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TransCanada Pipelines (Keystone Terminals)

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ARC Resources

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Access Pipeline Inc

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Dow Chemical Canada ULC

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Air Liquide Canada Ltd

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Agrium Inc

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Keyera Energy Facilities Inc

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ATCO Pipelines

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Evonik Degussa Canada Inc

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Petrogas Energy Services Ltd

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Provident Energy Ltd / Williams Energy Canada Inc

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Praxair Inc

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CP Rail

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Sherritt International Corporation

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Gulf Chemical & Metallurgical Canada Corporation

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Kinder Morgan Canada Terminals LP

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BP Canada Energy Company

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Enbridge Pipelines

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Gibson Energy Ltd

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Imperial Oil - Strathcona Refinery

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Kinder Morgan Canada Terminals LP

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Pembina Pipeline Corporation

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Rio Tinto Alcan Inc.

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Scaw Metals Group - Alta Steel Ltd.

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Suncor Energy Inc

BA Energy Heartland Upgrader (postponed)

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INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND PROJECT STATUS Capital Cost

Status/Summer 2011

Company

Location

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Capital Cost

Status/Summer 2011

Company

Location

Project Description

Alberta Sulphur Terminals Ltd. (Hazco)

Lamont County

Sulphur forming and shipping facility

$30 million

Regulatory approval received in August 2009; construction will depend on timing and construction of upgraders in the Heartland area

Shell Canada Upgrader 1 Expansion

Strathcona County

100,000 barrel/day expansion to existing upgrading facility

Unknown

First commercial production April 2011

Aux Sable

Fort Saskatchewan

Off-gas processing facility producing hydrogen, ethane, and a propaneplus mix

Unknown

Supply agreement signed with Shell Canada in July 2010; modifications to existing facility required; facility expected to be operational in mid-2011

Shell Canada Upgrader 2

Strathcona County

Four additional expansions of 100,000 barrel/day each to upgrading capacity

Unknown

Company withdrew regulatory application in October 2010

BA Energy (Value Creation Inc.)

Strathcona County

260,000 barrel/day diluted bitumen upgrader

Under review

Construction suspended in 2008; commercial and engineering work continues with the view to recommence the project

Strathcona County

Sturgeon County

50,000 barrel/day bitumen upgrader

Unknown

A joint venture between Suncor, Total and Teck Cominco; project has received all regulatory approvals from ERCB and Alberta Environment; future construction is dependent on review currently underway at Suncor regarding the timing of their bitumen extraction and upgrading assets

$1.35 billion (government estimate includes both capital costs as well as operating costs for 10 years)

Keyera

Edmonton-Fort Saskatchewan

Pipeline connecting Keyera’s Edmonton logistics terminal and the Keyera-operated Fort Saskatchewan fractionation and storage facility

Unknown

In regulatory process

Over one million tonnes of CO2 per year would be captured per year from the Scotford Upgrader beginning around 2015; the CO2 would then be transported by pipeline to an injection location north of Shell Scotford and stored permanently more than two kilometres deep under thick layers of impermeable geological formations

Regulatory application submitted in November 2010

Fort Hills Energy Ltd. Partnership

Shell Quest Carbon Capture and Storage Project

Statoil Canada Ltd.

Strathcona County

240,000 barrel/day bitumen upgrader

$14.4 billion

Company withdrew regulatory application in 2008

Total E&P Canada

Strathcona County

295,000 barrel/day bitumen upgrader

$7 billion-$9 billion

Project deferred; joint venture announced in December 2010 with Suncor to proceed with projects in the Fort McMurray area instead; received ERCB approval in September 2010

Williams Energy Inc.

Sturgeon County

The 12-inch Williams Boreal Pipeline is proposed to transport high-vapour pressure liquids from Fort McMurray to Sturgeon County

Unknown

Application submitted to ERCB in June 2009; pending regulatory approval, pipeline expected to be operational by 2012

Williams/ Provident Energy

Sturgeon County

Modification to the existing fractionation and storage Redwater Facility to allow for extraction of ethane/ethylene as a marketable product and transport to customers via existing pipelines

Unknown

Williams and Provident are working interest partners in the Redwater Facility with Williams being the owner and Provident being the operator; currently in regulatory process; following final sanctioning of the project by Williams, and pending regulatory approvals, site construction would begin in 2012 with the facility operational by November 2012

Kinder Morgan

Strathcona County

Sulphur forming and handling facility

$50 million$60 million

Project deferred

King Tech Maple Resources

Strathcona County

Spent catalyst recovery

Unknown

Project deferred

Maxim Power Corporation

Lamont County

The Deerland Peaking Station will be a natural gas–fired power generation facility that produces 190 MW

$140 million

Received regulatory approval in June 2008; ongoing discussions and project planning

North West Redwater Partnership

Sturgeon County

150,000 barrel/day bitumen upgrader and diesel refinery (over 3 phases)

$5 billion for Phase 1

A joint venture between North West Upgrading Inc. and Canadian Natural Resources Limited; project will process Alberta government Bitumen Royalty in Kind; Phase 1 sanction targeted for late 2011 or early 2012; facility planned to be operational in 2014 with phases 2 and 3 to follow

Source: Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association

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