PMC Value Chain

  • Producers

  • Transportation to Processing and Storage

    • 4,600 KM Crude Oil Pipeline
    • 800 Trailers
    • 2,600 KM NGL Pipeline
    • 7,000 Railcars
  • Processing

    • 2 Gas Processing Plants

      Gas processing facilities remove hydrocarbon and water from natural gas.

    • 5 Gas Straddle Plants

      Gas Straddle plants extract additional NGLs from natural gas pipelines.

    • 9 Fractionation Plants

      Fractionation facilities separate NGLs into products such as ethane, propane, butane and pentanes.

  • Storage

    • 32 Active Storage, Transportation Terminal
    • 5.1MM Barrels Crude Oil Storage
    • 32 M Barrels NGL Storage

    PMC uses spheres, bullets, caverns and tanks to temporarily store crude oil, condensate and NGL products.

    The storage facilities are regularly inspected for environments and safety reasons.
  • Transportation to End User

    • PIPELINE
      TRUCK
      RAIL
      SHIP

       

    • PMC connects out customers with end users through a pipeline, truck and rail transportation network.

       

       

  • End User

    • END CONSUMER,
      RESIDENTIAL
      DISTRIBUTION, GAS
      STATION, RETAIL
      DISTRIBUTION,
      CHEMICAL REFINERY

    • Our crude oil pipelines transport appr. 29%* of the conventional oil produced in Western Canada.

*Based on Western Canada conventional production of 1.4 MM b/d (Source CAPP June 2015)

DID YOU KNOW? NGLs are used as petrochemical feedstock (ethane) in residential, commercial and auto gas applications (propane), and for gasoline blending (butane). Petroleum products from crude oil and natural gas are used to make plastics, pharmaceuticals chemicals, oils, lubricants, fuels like gasoline, diesel and thousands of household products. Consumers rely on these products to meet more than two-thirds of their energy needs each and every day.