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Top 5 Project Operators
January 1 - April 27, 2015
Operator Facility Pipeline Total
Canadian Natural Resources Limited 99 25 124
Enbridge Inc. 2 55 57
Gear Energy Ltd. 54 0 54
Tourmaline Oil Corp. 17 23 40
Penn West Petroleum Ltd. 22 15 37
Top 5 Projects By Value
Operator Project Million $
ExxonMobil Canada Energy WCC LNG Ltd. LNG facility 20,000
CNOOC Limited Aurora LNG Project 20,000
TransCanada Corporation Energy East Pipeline Project 14,393
Bear Head LNG Corporation Bear Head LNG Export Project 8,000
Devon Canada Corporation Pike Oil Sands SAGD Project 7,700
Top 5 Active PSAC Areas
January 1 - April 27, 2015
PSAC Region Facility Pipeline Total
Foothills Front 175 165 340
East Central Alberta 152 25 177
Central Alberta 33 48 81
Northern British Columbia 14 61 75
Northwestern Alberta 34 39 73
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Project News
Gibson Energy Inc. has announced plans to construct and operate an additional 900,000 bbls of storage capacity at its Hardisty West terminal in Hardisty, Alta., increasing total storage capacity at Hardisty West to 2.1 million bbls.
Fluor Corporation has been awarded an engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPFC) contract by Suncor Energy Oil Sands Limited Partnership for a tank farm development project in the Athabasca oilsands.
The National Energy Board is recommending to the federal cabinet that it issue a certificate to NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. to build and operate a 42-inch pipeline that would connect to pipelines serving both North American and global LNG markets.
Gibson Energy Inc. says that it has received sufficient committed shipper support to proceed with an additional 900,000 bbls of crude oil storage capacity at the company’s Hardisty terminal.
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