The multi-faceted ACTL Project is owned and operated by a consortium of companies including:
Enhance Energy Inc. (Enhance)
Owner and operator of the CO₂ utilization and sequestration portion of the ACTL Project through its enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations at the Clive field in Alberta.
Wolf Carbon Solutions Inc.
An affiliate of Wolf Midstream (Wolf), will construct, own and operate the CO₂ capture and pipeline transportation assets. Wolf will provide compression and transportation midstream services to Enhance, with other suppliers and users of CO₂ having future access to midstream services from Wolf.
Owner / operator of the Redwater Fertilizer facility, which will be a supplier of CO₂ for the ACTL Project, and is the world’s largest crop nutrient company, based in Calgary.
Northwest Redwater Partnership (NWR)
Owner / operator of the Sturgeon Refinery, which will be a supplier of CO₂ for the ACTL Project. NWR is a Joint Venture between NWU LP (Alberta), owned by North West Refining Inc. (Alberta) and CNR (Redwater) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Natural Resources Limited. The Sturgeon Refinery is the first refinery to be built in Alberta in more than 30 years and includes an integrated carbon capture solution.
Public Funding Partners
- Government of Canada has provided public funding under the Federal EcoETI Program and the Federal Clean Energy Fund Program
- Province of Alberta has provided funding through the Carbon Capture and Storage Funding Act (2009)
Other Project Stakeholders
Explore the Route
The ACTL pipeline will ship CO₂ volumes from Alberta’s Industrial Heartland north of Edmonton to the Clive oil processing and gas compression facility site located over 200 km south.