Our clean energy future starts here

Our undeveloped land in Alberta's Industrial Heartland is where the energy industry will join forces to make Alberta a globally competitive clean energy provider. These lands are the cornerstone for a low-carbon hub that will advance the energy transition as demand for clean energy grows. 

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It’s our opinion that a sustainable energy future will not be realized in isolation — it depends on collaboration and the broader benefits that come from partnerships founded on complementary strengths. Our business is built on finding the most efficient solutions to satisfy the needs and best interests of our customers, industry, stakeholders, and broader society.

Mutually beneficial collaboration is essential for innovative solutions, generating efficiencies, and contributing to a competitive, high performing low-carbon economy. This collaborative approach has resulted in the creation of innovative commercial relationships with large industry partners, alliances with local businesses, and relationships with diverse groups, both within the industry and beyond.




In 2020, we entered into a solar power purchase agreement to source approximately 10 percent of our power needs from a new 25-megawatt solar generation facility near Drumheller, Alberta. The facility achieved commercial operation in March 2023.

View news release announcing agreement

  • Clean Energy Terminal

    Keyera and CN are evaluating the creation of a specialized clean energy terminal in Alberta's Industrial Heartland. The new infrastructure would aggregate conventional and clean energy from multiple sources to support transportation of Alberta's diverse energy products and further strengthen the development of Canada's green energy future.  

    View news release announcing agreement

  • CO2 Transport

    Keyera and Shell are exploring opportunities to build a future open access gathering and distribution network to transport captured CO2 from Keyera and other operations in the region to Shell's proposed Polaris Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) hub for safe, reliable, and economic storage. 

    View news release announcing agreement

  • Grande Prairie Net Zero Gateway

    Keyera is pleased to be working with the Government of Alberta to further evaluate development of an environmentally safe carbon storage hub.

    View the Government of Alberta’s news release

    Keyera is partnering with NorthRiver Midstream (NorthRiver) and Entropy Inc. on this initiative. NorthRiver and Keyera are both leaders in responsible and safe execution of major infrastructure projects, with the experience required to develop a world-scale carbon sequestration hub that would enable low-carbon development of Alberta's natural resources and unlock the value of clean fuels production in northern Alberta. Entrophy is an organization that specializes in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.


Carbon capture and storage is a proven technology that has been deployed around the world for more than 45 years. It is being used to reduce emissions in sectors ranging from cement to steel.

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