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Summary Information

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  • Ownership: Pembina
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  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: 115,000 barrels of NGL per day
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Brief Description

  • Pembina's Northern NGL System is strategically located across some of the most prolific liquids rich natural gas production areas in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and serves producers in the Deep Basin, Montney, Cardium and emerging Duvernay Shale plays. Currently, the Northern NGL System's capacity is 115,000 bpd with average daily volumes of approximately 88,000 bpd.
  • The system consists of the Peace Crude Oil Pipeline System and the Northern NGL Pipeline System

Pipeline Status

  • In operation
  • Pembina is expanding its natural gas liquids ("NGL") throughput capacity in two phases
    • Phase 1: Expansion on its Peace and Northern Pipelines (together the "Northern NGL System") by 55,000 barrels per day ("bpd")
    • Phase 2: Expansion of its natural gas liquids ("NGL") and crude oil and condensate throughput capacity on its Peace and Northern Pipeline Systems by an additional 108,000 barrels per day


  • 1991 - Pembina purchased the Peace Pipe Line
  • 2011 - Phase 1 Expansion announced
  • 2012 - Phase 2 Expansion announced
  • 2013 - Contractual threshold reached to proceed with phase 2 expansion

Other Information

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  1. Pembina Pipeline Corporation to Expand its NGL Pipeline Transportation Capacity
  2. Pembina Pipeline Corporation to Expand its NGL and Crude and Condensate Pipeline Transportation Capacity
  3. Pembina Pipeline Corporation Announces Moving Forward with $250 Million Phase 2 Crude Oil and Condensate Pipeline Expansion
  4. Pembina Announces $115 Million Simonette Pipeline Expansion Project

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