Shell proposing new Groundbirch gas processing facility

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With a processing capacity of approximately 11 million cubic meters per day or 400 million standard cubic feet, the Groundbirch Deep Cut facility would be located just east of already existing Montney gas plants, although a specific location hasn’t been released. It would be accompanied by a 400 metre power line.

However, few other details are available, as Shell says it’s still in its “early days” but wanted to begin consultation as early as possible. It will need permits from the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission, as well as an environmental assessment.

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