Keyera Energy Ltd. to construct the Key Access Pipeline System (KAPS) Project. The Project will transport NGL (C3+) and condensate (C5+) from Keyera Pipestone Plant, currently under construction in the Grande Prairie area in SW 07-073-08 W6M. The low vapour pressure condensate (nominal pipe size [NPS] 16-inch diameter) pipeline will tie-into the existing Keyera condensate system in NW 18-055-21 W4M and the high vapour pressure (HVP) NGL pipeline (NPS 12-inch diameter) will tie-into KeyeraFort Saskatchewan Fractionation and Storage Facility (KFS) in SE 14-055-22 W4M. The total distance of the proposed pipeline will be 576 km long.
KAPS, a natural gas liquids (NGL) and condensate system, is a highly desired industry pipeline solution designed to integrate services, generate more volumes and expand commercial opportunities. All of which can benefit Alberta. KAPS creates a platform for future investment opportunities that could include additional gas and condensate processing investments, new NGL infrastructure or other value-added services. Based on the current scope, KAPS will consist of a 16-inch condensate pipeline and a 12-inch NGL mix pipeline. KAPS will be constructed from northwest of Grande Prairie and connect to Keyera’s Fort Saskatchewan Fractionation and Storage Facility (KFS).
This is a major oil & gas pipeline project in Western Canada