A proposed new pipeline project from Canadian midstream giant Enbridge has caught our attention. It’s called by a couple of different names: the “Dawn Parkway Expansion Project” and the “Kirkwall-Hamilton Project.” The project involves constructing 10.2 kilometers (6.3 miles) of 48-inch pipeline from the Kirkwall Valve Site to the Hamilton Valve Site in Ontario, Canada. According to Enbridge, some 90% of the gas flowing through the pipeline will be used in Ontario. We’re interested in this project for two reasons. (1) The source for some of the gas that will flow through it will come from the Marcellus/Utica, according to media reports. (2) Some of the gas this pipe flows will scoot across the rest of the Enbridge pipe system and some of it will be exported into New England.