Our Gathering & Processing (G&P) highlights

We gather and process raw natural gas, providing an essential service for our customers and essential products for society.

Overview

We have an extensive network of over 4,400 kilometres of pipelines and 13 natural gas processing plants.

These assets are located in some of the most prospective, gas prone areas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. 

Natural gas from producers' wells is transported to our gathering pipelines for delivery to our processing plants, where impurities are removed and valuable products are separated from the raw gas stream. The natural gas stream that results is consumer quality and is used throughout Canada.

We offer flexible services tailored to producer needs. Many of our plants can process both sweet and sour gas and contain processes that extract valuable natural gas liquids out of the raw gas stream. We also provide condensate handling services through our condensate gathering pipelines and stabilization facilities.

Where we're located

Our G&P business is strategically located on liquids-rich basins in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. 

Facility Province/State Facility Details Location
Alberta Crude Terminal (ACT) AB Liquids Infrastructure 3-17-53-23-W4
Alberta Diluent Terminal (ADT) AB Liquids Infrastructure 3-17-53-23-W4
Alberta Envirofuels (AEF) AB Liquids Infrastructure SW 32-52-23, W4
Alder Flats Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 10-09-045-08 W5M
Base Line Terminal AB Liquids Infrastructure SW 32-52-23, W4
Brazeau River Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 03-12-46-14 W5M
Cynthia Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 06 28 49 11 W5M
Edmonton Terminal AB Liquids Infrastructure 11-05-53-23 W4M
Fort Saskatchewan Facility (KFS) AB Liquids Infrastructure 02-14-55-22 W4M
Hull Terminal TX Liquids Infrastructure 30 08'32.9"N 94 38'03.0"W
Josephburg Terminal AB Liquids Infrastructure 05-18-55-21 W4M
Nordegg River Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 06-10-44-12 W5M
Pembina North Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 11-22-49-12 W5M
Pipestone Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 04 07 073 8 W6M
Ricinus Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 11-30-035-08W5
Rimbey Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 02-05-44-01 W5M
Simonette Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 09 06 063 25 W5M
Oklahoma Liquids Terminal OK Liquids Infrastructure
South Cheecham Terminal AB Liquids Infrastructure 03-02-083-06 W4M
Strachan Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 10-35-37-09 W5
Wapiti Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 14-18-067-07-W6
Wildhorse Terminal OK Liquids Infrastructure 14S 701446E 3978828N
Zeta Creek Gas Plant AB Gathering & Processing 11-10-049-12 W5M
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Liquids Infrastructure

Alberta Crude Terminal (ACT)

Operational
Capacity: 40,000 bbls/d

ACT is owned and operated by Keyera in partnership with Kinder Morgan. The terminal functions as a loading facility for crude oil streams and has access to the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Alberta Diluent Terminal (ADT)

Operational
Rail capacity: 50,000 bbls/d Storage: 342,600 bbls

ADT handles condensate, delivered by rail or pipeline, to meet the growing needs for diluent by oil sands producers. The terminal features rail and truck loading/offloading racks, rail storage spurs, and above ground storage tanks. The terminal has several downstream connections such as the Fort Saskatchewan Pipelines and the Rimbey Edmonton Terminal.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Alberta Envirofuels (AEF)

Operational
Iso-octane production: 13,600 bbls/d Storage: 115,700 bbls

AEF is the largest iso-octane manufacturing facility in the world. The facility produces enough product to fuel approximately 385,000 vehicles per day. Product is sold to refineries for blending into their premium gasolines. Iso-octane is sold to customers in Western Canada and the United States.

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Gathering & Processing

Alder Flats Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 230 mmcf/d

The Spartan Delta O'Chiese Nees-Ohpawganu'ck (Alder Flats) gas plant is a deep-cut gas plant in west central Alberta. Keyera has 70% ownership interest in the plant and related pipelines.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Base Line Terminal

Operational
Storage capacity: 4,800,000 bbls

The 12 crude oil storage tanks at the Base Line Terminal are owned and operated by Keyera in partnership with Pembina. The terminal became fully operational in 2018 and provides 4.8 million barrels of capacity.

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Gathering & Processing

Brazeau River Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 218 mmcf/d

The Brazeau River gas plant has the capability and flexibility to process a wide range of sweet and sour gas streams with varying levels of NGL content. Its process includes inlet compression, sour gas sweetening, dehydration, NGL recovery, and acid gas injection.

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Gathering & Processing

Cynthia Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 78 mmcf/d

This plant offers a full range of gas processing services including inlet compression, sour gas processing, deep-cut NGL recovery, acid gas injection, and oil emulsion treating. It receives its raw gas to process from numerous wells connected by an extensive network of pipelines.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Edmonton Terminal

Operational
Rail capacity: 34,000 bbls/d
Storage capacity: 262,000 bbls

Our Edmonton Terminal includes a rail and truck loading/offloading facility, propane treating and storage facilities, and a number of incoming and outgoing pipelines, including the Rimbey Pipeline and four pipelines connecting the terminal with our Fort Saskatchewan facilities. This terminal is a distribution hub for propane, butane, and condensate in the Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan area, providing the terminal with access to product storage capacity and operational flexibility.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Fort Saskatchewan Facility (KFS)

Operational
Fractionation: 65,200 bbls/d
De-ethanizer: 30,000 bbls/d
Storage: 15,502,000 bbls
Pipelines: 372,000 bbls/d

Located in "Alberta's Industrial Heartland," KFS includes an NGL processing plant, storage facilities, and a series of pipeline connections to Keyera truck and rail terminals in the area. The NGL processing plant receives NGL feedstock from various sources and splits the NGL mix into saleable products. The storage facilities consist of underground storage caverns and surface storage that holds NGL mix feedstock and specification NGLs. The pipeline system transports NGL mix and specification NGLs from KFS and other NGL processing and storage facilities in the area to Keyera rail and truck terminals in the area for distribution to markets and export rail, truck, and pipelines.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Hull Terminal

Operational
Capacity: 11,000 bbls/d

Our Hull terminal is situated near one of North America's key energy hubs in Mont Belvieu, and connected via pipelines to NGL infrastructure in the area. The terminal handles the receipt and delivery of valuable NGLs including propane, butane, iso-butane, and NGL mix for delivery to and from various North American markets.

In 2014, we completed redevelopment of the site and refurbishing of the equipment. We are developing and expanding the terminal as demand for its services evolve.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Josephburg Terminal

Operational
Capacity: 42,000 bbls/d

Our Josephburg terminal was developed in response to the growth in propane production and allows for essential egress of propane from Western Canada. The terminal features a loading and offloading rail rack, rail storage spurs, and above ground product storage. It has several upstream and downstream pipeline connections enabling high and low vapour pressure products to be handled at the terminal.

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Gathering & Processing

Nordegg River Gas Plant

Operational until 2022
Licensed capacity: 75 Mmcf/d

Our Nordegg River facility includes gas dehydration, inlet separation, refrigeration, sweetening, inlet compression, condensate handling, and acid gas injection. The plant receives its raw gas from numerous wells connected by an extensive network of pipelines.

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Gathering & Processing

Pembina North Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 43 Mmcf/d

Our Pembina North gas plant is a sour gas processing facility with propane refrigeration, acid gas injection, and lean oil absorption. Due to their close proximity and overlapping gathering systems, the Brazeau North and Pembina North gas plants are operated as a gathering and processing complex. The pipelines between the two plants allow for the offload of gas between the facilities.

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Gathering & Processing

Pipestone Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity:
14,000 bbls/d condensate handling (Liquids Hub)
200 mmcf/d gas processing (Phase I)
24,000 bbls/d condensate handling (Phase I)

The Pipestone gas plant is a sour gas processing and liquids stabilization plant supporting liquids-rich Montney development in the area. The plant includes acid gas injection facilities, the most reliable and environmentally responsible method to deal with sour gas, virtually eliminating carbon emissions as compared to other acid gas handling processes. Keyera will own the facilities while Ovintiv will initially operate. The facility also includes a liquids hub that commenced operations in September 2018.

Ricinus

Gathering & Processing

Ricinus Gas Plant

Non-operational
Licensed capacity: 221 Mmcf/d

The Ricinus gas plant is a sweet natural gas processing facility with two turbo expanders in parallel trains. Commissioned in 1967, Ricinus is a legacy asset that was originally constructed by Amoco to process raw gas volumes from the Cardium geological zone.

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Gathering & Processing

Rimbey Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 422 Mmcf/d

Our Rimbey facility has a capture area in excess of 4,600 square kilometres and offers a full range of gas processing services, including gas gathering inlet separation, compression, sour gas processing, NGL extraction, NGL fractionation, and sulphur recovery. The gas plant produces sales gas, ethane, propane, butane, condensate, and sulphur.

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Gathering & Processing

Simonette Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity:
450 mmcf/d gas processing
27,000 bbls/d condensate handling

The Simonette gas plant is a sour gas processing and liquids stabilization plant supporting liquids-rich Montney and Duvernay development in the area. The plant receives its raw gas and raw liquids from an extensive network of pipelines that service key production areas in Alberta, and offers a full range of gas processing services including NGL recovery, condensate stabilization, and sour gas sweetening. The plant has acid gas injection facilities which provide the most reliable and environmentally responsible method to deal with sour gas, virtually eliminating carbon emissions as compared to other acid gas handling processes.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Oklahoma Liquids Terminal

Operational

Our Oklahoma Liquids Terminal (OLT) is a logistics and liquids blending terminal that receives, blends, and delivers diluent, which is transported by pipeline from the Mont Belvieu area to the Chicago area and ultimately into the Alberta market. The terminal also has exclusive access to a nearby rail-to-truck transloading facility.

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Liquids Infrastructure

South Cheecham Terminal

Operational
Licensed capacity:
Rail loading 24,000 Bbls/d
Rail offloading 15,000 Bbls/d
Storage 150,000 Bbls

The South Cheecham terminal is designed to provide oil sands producers with essential services within the Athabasca oil sands area. These services include handling diluent, dilbit, solvents, and NGLs delivered to the terminal by pipeline, truck, and rail.

Strachan

Gathering & Processing

Strachan Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 275 Mmcf/d

The Strachan facility is interconnected to our Nordegg, West Pembina, Brazeau River, and Ricinus gas plants. Gas processing services at the gas plant include inlet compression, gas dehydration, deep-cut natural gas liquids recovery, with railcar access and other related services. The plant receives its raw gas to process from numerous wells connected by an extensive network of pipelines. Strachan is one of our largest processing facilities and is seen as a strategic asset in our processing portfolio.

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Gathering & Processing

Wapiti Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity:
150 mmcf/d gas processing (Phase I)
25,000 bbls/d condensate handling
150 mmcf/d gas processing (Phase II)

The Wapiti gas plant is a sour gas processing and liquids stabilization plant supporting liquids rich Montney development in the area. The plant includes acid gas injection facilities, which are the most reliable and environmentally responsible method to deal with sour gas, virtually eliminating carbon emissions as compared to other acid gas handling processes.

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Liquids Infrastructure

Wildhorse Terminal

Operational
Storage tanks capacity: 4.5 million Bbls

Wildhorse is a crude oil storage and blending terminal, which includes 12 above ground tanks and is connected by pipeline to existing storage terminals in the area. This connection provides customers with access to the majority of the crude oil streams flowing in and out of Cushing on several major pipeline networks.

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Gathering & Processing

Zeta Creek Gas Plant

Operational
Licensed capacity: 54 Mmcf/d

Our Zeta Creek gas plant is a sweet gas processing facility that offers inlet separation, inlet compression, shallow cut refrigeration and condensate stabilization. The plant is connected to the TransCanada mainline via a sales gas lateral pipeline.

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