Terminal Business in Canada
Kinder Morgan Canada Terminals Limited Partnership (KMCT) is a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan. KMCT owns and operates a network of strategically located terminals in western Canada.
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, this bulk material terminal facility transfers over four million tons of bulk cargo annually to offshore export markets. The main export products include sulphur, copper concentrates, diesel, bio-diesel, grain products and also imported zinc concentrate. With excellent connectivity through the recently expanded North Shore rail gateway corridor and connections with the Class 1 rail companies (CN, CP and BNSF) as well as all major highway routes in western Canada, Vancouver Wharves continues to provide a safe and efficient link for our customers supply chain connectivity for water born trade around the world.
Alberta Crude Terminal
A joint venture of Kinder Morgan and Keyera Corp., this crude oil rail loading facility is located in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Placed in service in 2014, the terminal is served by the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific railway networks and has a capacity of approximately 6,360 m³ (40,000 barrels per day (bpd)) to load and deliver crude oil products to markets and refineries across North America. There is potential for the terminal to expand its operations in the future.
Edmonton South Rail Terminal
A joint venture of Kinder Morgan and Imperial Oil Limited, this crude oil rail loading facility is located in Sherwood Park, Alberta. The terminal will serve North American markets and refineries through direct connections to the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific railway networks.
Kinder Morgan announced an expansion of the terminal's capacity in August 2014, allowing for a potential of up to 39,750 m³ (250,000 bpd); click here to view the news release.
North 40 Terminal
Located in Sherwood Park, Alberta, this non-regulated facility provides merchant storage for crude oil products. The approx. 342,000 m³ (2.15 million barrels) facility is connected to the major feeder pipelines, key export pipelines and the Alberta Crude Terminal.
Edmonton South Terminal
The Edmonton South terminal is located in Sherwood Park, Alberta and is part of the existing Trans Mountain pipeline system. In 2014, the facility completed a multiphase expansion project in which 15 new merchant tanks and associated infrastructure were constructed and placed in service. In total, the terminal facility contains 35 tanks and is capable of handling volumes of approximately 8 million barrels (1.27 million m³).
Base Line Terminal
Announced March 31, 2015, Base Line Terminal is a second joint venture between Kinder Morgan and Keyera Corp. Base Line Terminal will be a crude oil storage terminal located on land at Keyera’s Alberta Enviro Fuels facility in Sherwood Park, Alberta. The initial build will have 12 tanks with a total capacity of 763,000 m³ (4.8 million barrels) and is expected to be placed in service during the second half of 2017. There is potential for the terminal to expand its operations in the future.
For more information on KMCT, click here.