Canada gas processing market: Capacity at 19.2 million MMcf in 2012

Press Release   •   Feb 26, 2013 14:33 GMT

The Canada gas processing market is the second largest in the world in terms of gas processing capacity. In terms of number of plants, the country stands first with 747 of 1,617 active facilities worldwide. Currently, the country has a gas processing capacity of 19,169,227.2 MMcf. Further, the country is expected to witness addition of four new gas processing plants with a planned capacity of 218,911.6 MMcf.

The Canada gas processing market is largely dominated by private oil and gas companies. Plains Energy Ltd is the market leader with a total capacity of 2,277,335.4 MMcf. Spectra Energy Corp, Canadian Natural Resources Limited and Inter Pipeline Fund are the next leading companies in Canadian gas processing industry.

This report is a comprehensive report on gas processing industry in Canada. It provides in-depth asset details of all active and planned facilities in the region. Details include operator name, type of the plant, start year, process/ conditioning methods and gas processing capacity. Planned plants as announced by the companies have been included in the report. This research gives information on the market shares of major gas storage companies in Canada. The report also provides profiles of three major gas processing operators in Canada.

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