Campus Energy manages natural gas transmission pipeline systems, natural gas gathering and processing facilities, an LNG processing facility and power peaking units. Our operational expertise is complemented by a deep knowledge of the market, allowing our people to provide enhanced energy solutions to our customers safely and reliably.
The Cold Lake transmission pipeline system is in east central Alberta, approximately 250 km east of Edmonton. The pipeline interconnects with TransCanada's NGTL and TransGas's systems. It serves heavy oil projects, utilities and industrial customers with a reliable source of natural gas.
The Suffield transmission pipeline system is located in southeast Alberta. The pipeline transports natural gas to TransCanada's mainline at Burstall, Saskatchewan. Suffield's system includes two pipelines with a combined design capacity of 400 MMcf per day.
The interconnected Bantry and Princess facilities are located in southeast Alberta and include sour gas processing and full liquids fractionation capabilities. The complex also includes a power peaking unit at Bantry.
The interconnected Parkland and Mosquito Creek facilities are located in southwest Alberta and provide sweet gas gathering, processing and NGL recovery capabilities for area producers. The complex also includes a power peaking unit at Parkland.
Three interconnected facilities in Esther, Alberta and Loverna and Marengo, Saskatchewan provide a blend of sweet, sour and NGL recovery capabilities. The facilities include 200 km of linked natural gas gathering systems.
The LNG facility is located in northeast British Columbia. Dawson Creek provides clean, efficient and cost-effective fuel services for power generation and space heating in remote communities as well as for local oil and gas activities in Western Canada.
Safety is at the heart of every decision we make. If you notice an issue at any Campus Energy operation, please call the 24-Hour Emergency Line at 1.844.382.5167.