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Key Contacts

Product Description Contact  
Natural Gas Liquids Supply:
  • Purchase NGL supply from gas plants and straddle plants
  • Purchase ethane-plus mix and propane plus mix to supply enhanced oil recovery projects

Bradley White

 

403-205-8453

Louise Dame
403-205-7675
Propane Sales:
  • Diversified domestic and U.S. markets, including retailers, oilfield supply, petrochemical, and
    agricultural customers
Candice Elford 403-205-8363

Michelle Petrovich

403-205-7616

Butane Sales:
  • Diversified domestic and U.S. markets, including refinery blending, gasoline additives customers
  • Access to Pacific Northwest and U.S. Midwest markets via rail car

Reid Jorgensen

403-718-7949

Greg Warnock
403-205-8454
Iso-Octane Sales:  

Domestic

Mark Josefchak
403-205-8341
U.S. 
Joel Smith
281-664-0309
Condensate Sales:   C. Ann Marquis
403-205-7647
Jason Krywulak
403-205-7647
Crude Oil:   Jason Krywulak
403-205-7647
Greg Warnock
403-205-8454
Sulphur:
  • Keyera markets molten, prilled sulphur to domestic and international markets
  • Majority is formed at the Strachan gas plant sulphur prilling facility
  • 85% sold internationally in solid prill form through Prism Sulphur Corporation
Lorlei Sy
403-718-7926
Bradley White
403-205-8453 
Commercial Storage and
Fractionation:
  • Keyera Fort Saskatchewan Fractionation and Storage Facility
  • Dow Fort Saskatchewan de-ethanizer and fractionator
  • NGL feedstock from various pipelines and onsite NGL truck unloading rack
  • Access to pipelines, truck and rail facilities for product disposition
  • Underground storage caverns allow for flexibility to sell into seasonal markets

Lorlei Sy

403-718-7926
Bradley White
403-205-8453
Logistics:
  • Infrastructure co-ordination (straddle plants, fractionators, underground storage, NGL pipelines, truck and rail loading and offloading facilities
  • Keyera leases a fleet of railcars to tansport propane, field grade butane directly, condensate from gas plants and rail terminals to a variety of markets
  • Tank trucks move product to local markets and storage
Tara Foster
403-205-8461