Aux Sable's vision is to become a market leader in the midstream gas processing and NGL industry within selected regions of North America where Aux Sable can profitably develop and expand competitive advantages.

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Aux Sable Septimus Gas Planthttp://www.auxsable.com/sites/catalog/Lists/Our Business/DispForm.aspx?ID=1<img alt="" src="/sites/catalog/PublishingImages/Lists/Our%20Business/AllItems/map.plants.septimus.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aux Sable Septimus Gas Plant<p>In August 2009, Aux Sable and Crew Energy entered into a strategic alliance to provide a framework to develop the growing Montney resource play in northeastern BC. In December 2009, Aux Sable acquired<strong></strong> the 25 mmcf per day Septimus Gas Plant in BC's Montney Shale area from Crew Energy. The Septimus Gas Plant commenced operation in October 2009 and is operated by Crew, with a current capacity of 75 mmcfd. Aux Sable maintains a minority ownership share in the plant.</p><p>To advance this strategic alliance, Aux Sable constructed the 20-inch, 20-kilometer pipeline connecting gas from the Septimus Plant to the Alliance Pipeline. The pipeline began commercial operation in September 2010.</p>Septimus
Aux Sable Palermo Conditioning Planthttp://www.auxsable.com/sites/catalog/Lists/Our Business/DispForm.aspx?ID=3<img alt="" src="/sites/catalog/PublishingImages/Lists/Our%20Business/mod-view/map.plants.palermo.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aux Sable Palermo Conditioning Plant<p>The 80 mmfcd Palermo Plant commenced operation in February 2010 and receives gas from four gas gathering systems servicing nearby Bakken shale oil/gas production areas. The plant removes the heavier hydrocarbon compounds while leaving the majority of the natural gas liquids in the rich gas delivered into the Prairie Rose Pipeline. </p><p> <strong>Prarie Rose Pipeline:</strong>The 12-inch diameter, 83-mile Prairie Rose Pipeline also commenced operation in February 2010 and gathers gas from the Palermo Plant and other sources for delivery into the Alliance Pipeline system at Bantry, North Dakota. The pipeline has an estimated capacity of 120 mmcfd and can be easily expanded to meet additional demand.</p>Palermo
Aux Sable Wilder Gas Planthttp://www.auxsable.com/sites/catalog/Lists/Our Business/DispForm.aspx?ID=5<img alt="" height="301" src="/sites/catalog/PublishingImages/Lists/Our%20Business/AllItems/Wilder.jpg" width="655" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aux Sable Wilder Gas Plant<p>The Wilder Gas Plant along with the Septimus Plant and Pipeline represent a strategic alliance between Aux Sable and Crew to develop the growing Montney resource play in northeastern BC. The Wilder Gas Plant commenced operation in October 2015 and is operated by Crew, with a current capacity of 60 mmcfd. Aux Sable maintains a minority ownership share in the plant.</p><p>Gas from the Wilder plant is transported through Aux Sable's 20-inch, 20-kilometer pipeline connecting gas to the Alliance Pipeline.</p>Wilder
Aux Sable Heartland Offgas Planthttp://www.auxsable.com/sites/catalog/Lists/Our Business/DispForm.aspx?ID=2<img alt="" src="/sites/catalog/PublishingImages/Lists/Our%20Business/AllItems/map.plants.hop2.jpg" width="786" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Aux Sable Heartland Offgas Plant<p>Aux Sable has developed an expertise in building and operating offgas processing facilities for heavy oil upgrading and refining facilities in the Fort Saskatchewan and Fort McMurray areas of Alberta. The offgas resulting from upgrading and refining activities is a valuable and growing source of new feedstock for Alberta's petrochemical industry. Processing refinery or upgrader offgas, removing valuable NGLs and using natural gas rather than offgas in industrial furnaces, reduces the environmental footprint of Alberta's oil patch .</p><p>On June 30, 2010, Aux Sable and Shell Canada executed a long-term Agreement securing an offgas feedstock for the Heartland Offgas Plant. ASC commissioned the 20 mmcfd Heartland Offgas Plant ("HOP") in September 2011, becoming the first company in Alberta to extract ethane and hydrogen from an upgrader or refinery offgas stream. The plant processes offgas from Shell's Scotford site in Alberta's Industrial Heartland and produces hydrogen, ethane, propane-plus mix and residue gas. All of the products are returned to Shell through pipelines. </p>Aux Sable Heartland
Aux Sable Channahon NGL Extraction & Fractionation Facilitieshttp://www.auxsable.com/sites/catalog/Lists/Our Business/DispForm.aspx?ID=4<img alt="Channohon Fact Sheet.tif" src="/sites/catalog/PublishingImages/Lists/Our%20Business/mod-view/map.plants.morris.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;MARGIN:5px 5px;" />Aux Sable Channahon NGL Extraction & Fractionation Facilities<p>​Aux Sable Liquid Products owns and operates one of the largest NGL extraction and fractionation facilities in North America. Located in Channahon, Illinois, at the terminus of the Alliance Pipeline, the facilities process liquids rich gas shipped on the Alliance Pipeline. </p><p>Extraction & Fractionation </p><ul><li>Two 1.05 bcf/d extraction trains (2.1 bcf/d total capacity)</li><li>C2+ extraction of 107,000 bpd</li></ul><p> </p><p>Storage </p><ul><li>200,000 bbls on site (9 spheres)</li><li>170,000 bbls at Monee, IL (underground)</li></ul><p> </p><p>Rail </p><ul><li>16 spot rail loading rack serviced by CN and CSX with connections to all major railroads</li><li>Rail and truck offloading for NGL mixes</li></ul><p> </p><p>Pipelines </p><ul><li>NGL pipelines and access to: </li><ul><li>Kinder Morgan Products Terminals</li><li>TEPPCO Monee Product Terminals</li><li>Buckeye Pipeline</li><li>Lyondell Chemical’s Morris Facility</li><li>ExxonMobil Joliet Refinery</li><li>Citgo Lemont Refinery</li><li>BP Whiting Refinery</li><li>BP Tuscola Terminal </li></ul></ul><p> </p>Aux Sable Channahon