Wolf’s NGL Business Unit is focused on developing and acquiring innovative, sustainable midstream solutions in Western Canada.
NGL North is a Wolf proprietary natural gas liquids (NGL) recovery, transportation, and separation system capable of producing approximately 70,000 barrels per day of NGL including ethane, propane, butane and condensate.
This exciting Wolf development will contribute to reducing CO2 emissions for the oil sands industry and will lower the CO2 emissions intensity benchmark for Alberta NGL production. NGL North is anticipated to be in-service in 2023.
About the NGL North system
NGL North is comprised of three primary components:
Recovery (“Wolf Recovery Facility I” or “WRF I”): an NGL recovery facility with an ultimate capacity of approximately one billion cubic feet per day, located in Northeast Alberta that recovers higher carbon NGL prior to downstream combustion;
Transportation (“Access NGL”): an NGL transportation system that includes approximately 100 kilometres of new-build pipeline to connect to Wolf’s existing 16-inch pipeline to transport recovered NGL from Wolf Recovery Facility I to the Wolf Feedstock Separation complex; and
Separation (“Wolf Feedstock Separation” or “WFS”): an NGL separation complex located in Sturgeon County, Alberta and immediately proximate to Wolf’s existing Sturgeon Terminal and Alberta Carbon Trunk Line origin point. Wolf Feedstock Separation will have an ultimate capacity to produce approximately 70,000 barrels per day of NGL including ethane, propane, butane, and condensate.