ATCO Midstream and BP Canada enter processing joint venture

By the OGJ Online Staff

HOUSTON, May 18 -- ATCO Midstream and BP Canada Energy Co. entered a joint venture agreement to develop their Cranberry and Chinchaga gas gathering systems and plants in the Manning area of northern Alberta.

The joint venture improves processing services for producers by optimizing facilities and gathering systems as well as leveraging resources to achieve economies of scale, spokesmen from the two Calgary companies said.

BP Canada will provide operating resources and ATCO Midstream will be responsible for business development and third-party contracts.

ATCO Midstream is majority owner of the Cranberry gas processing plant while BP Canada is majority owner of the Chinchaga gas processing plant. Together, the plants have 125 MMcfd of sweet gas processing capacity.

Related Articles

Phillips 66 considers splitter at Sweeny refinery

03/21/2014 Phillips 66 is evaluating the potential for the addition of a condensate splitter near its 247,000-b/d Sweeny refinery in Old Ocean, Tex., just sou...

Second small diesel refinery planned for North Dakota

03/21/2014 Quantum Energy Inc. (QEI), Tempe, Ariz., said it has secured land for the construction of a 20,000-b/d grassroots hydroskimming refinery in North D...

Flint Hills settles Port Arthur pollution case

03/20/2014 Flint Hills Resources (FHR) has reached a settlement with the US federal government to implement innovative technologies to control harmful air pol...

WoodMac: Global ethylene demand, production on the rise

03/20/2014 Ethylene-producing assets that have access to low-cost natural gas feedstocks, such as the ones in North America, will lead the competition in glob...

Careers at TOTAL

Careers at TOTAL - Videos

More than 600 job openings are now online, watch videos and learn more!


Click Here to Watch

Other Oil & Gas Industry Jobs

Search More Job Listings >>
Stay Connected