Changing the midstream landscape
capture, utilization and storage project that exclusively addresses
greenhouse gas emissions originating from human activity.
The blend pipeline system consists of a 300 kilometre 42” pipeline and a 50 kilometre 30” pipeline used in the transport of comingled bitumen and diluent, also known as dilbit or blend. The blend system originates in Northeastern Alberta gathering product from facilities near Christina Lake. Product is transported to the Sturgeon Terminal where diluent is injected to meet downstream specifications. The blend system terminates in the Edmonton area where dilbit is delivered to third-party oil terminal facilities. These third-party facilities access downstream markets throughout North America.
The ACTL represents the core of an expandable network capable of facilitating many carbon mitigation options for emitters over the long term. Carbon capture and storage is an established and viable emission reduction strategy for Alberta industries with great potential for broader application.
For more information, please visit the ACTL website.