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 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.
The Cedar LNG Project is a proposed floating LNG facility in Kitimat, British Columbia, within the traditional territory of the Haisla Nation. Cedar LNG is strategically positioned to leverage Canada’s abundant natural gas supply and BC’s growing LNG infrastructure to produce industry-leading low‑carbon, low-cost Canadian LNG for new overseas markets.
The Alberta Carbon Grid (ACG) is a proposed carbon transportation and sequestration system which, when fully constructed, will be capable of transporting more than 20 million tonnes of CO2 annually. Designed to be an open-access system, the ACG will serve as the backbone of Alberta's emerging carbon capture utilization and storage industry.
Chinook Pathways is an Indigenous-led partnership formed to pursue equity ownership in the Trans Mountain Pipeline following completion of construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion. Chinook Pathways was formed by Western Indigenous Pipeline Group (WIPG) with its selected industry partner, Pembina Pipeline Corporation, to establish a collaborative ownership framework for Indigenous communities in Trans Mountain.