Acquired Kinder Morgan Canada and the Cochin Pipeline for $4.35 billion.
Released inaugural Sustainability Report.
Completed the largest acquisition in Pembina’s history – Veresen Inc.
Announced acquisition of Strategic Midstream assets for $556 million and a dividend increase.
Announced $460 million of new capital projects.
$1 billion expansion of NGL infrastructure.
Completed the acquisition of Provident Energy Ltd.
Announced $550 million capital spending plan for 2012, targeted at projects in conventional pipelines and gas services businesses.
Completed the conversion from an Income Fund into a dividend-paying corporation.
Announced closing of the acquisition of the Cutbank Complex, marking Pembina’s strategic entry into the natural gas gathering and processing business.
Completion of the $400 million Horizon project, which provides transportation service to Canadian Natural Resources Ltd's oil sands operation located north of Fort McMurray, Alberta. This increased Pembina's oil sands transportation capacity under long-term contract by 250,000 bpd to 775,000 bpd.
Development of $400 million Nipisi and Mitsue Pipeline project commenced.
Development of midstream business unit.
Acquired 50% non-operated interest in the Fort Saskatchewan Ethylene Storage L.P.
Started capacity expansion of Alberta Oil Sands Pipeline. Completed in mid-2004 for $164 million.
Acquired Alberta Oil Sands Pipeline Ltd.
Acquired Federated Pipe Lines Ltd. and British Columbia pipeline assets of the Western Facilities Fund.
Became a publicly-traded company. The Pembina Pipeline Income Fund was established and began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol PIF.UN.
Pembina Pipeline Income Fund was created.
Bought half of the Bonnie Glen System.
Acquired Peace Pipe Line Ltd.
Began using a supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA).
The billionth barrel of oil was shipped.
Pembina Pipe Line Ltd. was incorporated in the Province of Alberta as the operator of an oil transporting pipeline system within the Pembina field.