The Redwater Fractionation complex is the largest NGL fractionation facility in Canada and includes three sites: one existing, one under construction and a third in design.
Commissioned in May 2015, the Edmonton Rail Terminal is one of the largest crude oil loading facilities in North America. It will accommodate up to 3 unit trains per day comprised of 150 railcars each.
Rangeland’s primary focus was to design an interconnected series of salt caverns that allowed for handling of multiple products in plant feed service as well as finished product storage.
The Strachan gas plant is one of Keyera’s key facilities, providing sourgas processing services to customers, including sulphur recovery, sulphur forming, sulphur truck/rail terminal, and a large sulphur block with storage capacity of approximately 500,000 tonnes.
The key focus of the Plains Midstream Fort Saskatchewan project was to expand the NGL storage and fractionation facility to maximize facility, storage and take-away capacity.
The Redwater Ethylene Injection Site project focused on cavern storage of ethylene, including product compression, storage and drying.