Key Access Pipeline System

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Key Access Pipeline System, also called the Montney-Fort Saskatchewan NGL Pipeline, is a proposed natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline in Alberta, Canada.[1]

Location

The pipeline runs from Montney and Duvernay production sites in northwestern Alberta to Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.[1]

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Project Details

  • Owner: Keyera (50.00%), KKR Global Infrastructure Investors III (25.00%), SemGroup Corporation (25.00%, as SemCAMS Midstream ULC)[2][1]
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  • Status: Proposed[1]
  • Cost: US$967.9 million[2]
  • Start Year: 2023

Background

Keyera Corp. is proceeding with the development of the Key Access Pipeline System (KAPS), a natural gas liquids (NGL) and condensate pipeline system that will transport Montney and Duvernay production in northwestern Alberta to Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. The initial connections are in Keyera's fractionation in Fort Saskatchewan. Keyera has partnered in a 50/50 agreement with SemCAMS Midstream ULC, which is owned jointly by SemGroup Corporation and KKR. KAPS is expected to be operational in the first half of 2022.[1] In April 2020 Keyera announced that construction of the pipeline would be delayed by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.[3]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Keyera Approves KAPS - A Montney Condensate & NGL Pipeline System, Cision, May 14, 2019
  2. 2.0 2.1 Asset Data, IJGlobal, accessed Aug. 27, 2020
  3. Montney NGL Pipe Delayed for One Year as Coronavirus Impacts Energy Markets, Natural Gas Intelligence, Apr. 23, 2020

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