Building needed infrastructure to transport energy across the globe
We believe in staged, carefully managed growth that respects the interests and concerns of our stakeholders while providing the pipelines and energy services our growing economy demands.
The Peace Pipeline expansion(s) are the extension of our Peace Pipeline system, which delivers crude oil, condensate, and natural gas from northwestern Alberta to Edmonton, Alberta and Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.
The Duvernay Complex is ideally situated in the heart of the liquids-rich Duvernay play. Pembina is expanding our capacity at the Complex with the construction of the third tranche of infrastructure development.
Pembina and its 45 percent owned joint venture, Veresen Midstream, will construct natural gas gathering and processing infrastructure in the Pipestone Montney region.
The Prince Rupert LPG export terminal is located on Watson Island, British Columbia. The project is best viewed as a small-scale rail terminal, moving LPG from rail cars to 'handysize' ships destined for international markets.
Pembina is constructing fractionation and terminalling facilities at Empress, Alberta. The expansion is expected to add approximately 30 thousand barrels per day of propane-plus capacity to Pembina's Empress East system.
Pembina, along with Petrochemical Industries Company K.S.C. (PIC) of Kuwait, will construct a world-scale integrated propane dehydrogenation plant and polypropylene upgrading facility through their equally-owned joint venture entity, Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Limited Partnership (CKPC).
Pembina continues to progress its proposed liquefied natural gas export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon, and the related Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline that will transport natural gas from the Malin Hub in southern Oregon to the export terminal.