Pembina receives approval for CA$235 m NEBC Expansion
Pembina has received regulatory approval for the CA$235 million (US$178 million) expansion of its northeast British Columbia pipeline (NEBC Expansion).
The project includes the construction of approximately 145 km of 12-in diameter pipeline, with a base capacity of up to 75,000 barrels a day.
The NEBC Expansion will allow the transportation of natural gas liquids and condensate from Montney, in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, to Pembina’s pipeline system that feeds markets in Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
Pembina Senior Vice President, Pipelines & Crude Oil Facilities Paul Murphy said “With regulatory sanctioning of the NEBC Expansion, we have secured approvals for the majority of the projects within our conventional pipelines business.
“The NEBC Expansion strengthens Pembina’s presence within the prolific geology of northeast British Columbia and is located in close proximity to a variety of area producers who may have future transportation needs.”
Pembina has serviced the North American energy industry for over 60 years, and owns and operates an integrated system of pipelines that transport natural gas products and hydrocarbon liquids, produced predominantly in western Canada.
The expansion in expected to be completed later this year.
For more information visit the Pembina website.
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