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Building Canada's first integrated petrochemical complex

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The Heartland Petrochemical Complex is designed to convert locally sourced, low-cost propane into 525,000 tonnes per year of polypropylene, a high value, easy to transport plastic used in the manufacturing of a wide range of finished products. Construction of the complex began in early 2018 with completion scheduled for late 2021. Consisting of a propane dehydrogenation (PDH) and a polypropylene (PP) facility, the Heartland Petrochemical Complex will cost approximately $3.5 billion and is located in Strathcona County, Alberta.

Creating Value - Heartland Petrochemical Complex

The Heartland Petrochemical Complex represents the largest organic growth project in our history, and a key part of our growth strategy.

 

The Heartland Petrochemical Complex's two main facilities:

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