Northern Petrochemical Corporation Announces $2.5 Billion Project in Alberta

Edmonton Journal, November 11, 2021

Northern Petrochemical Corporation (NPC) recently announced that it plans to build a new carbon-neutral ammonia and methanol production facility in Alberta's Grande Prairie region.  Geoff Bury, president and CEO of NPC, said the natural gas facility will use carbon capture, utilization and storage, producing up to 200 tonnes of blue methanol and blue hydrogen per year that can be converted to ammonia and shipped internationally. The facility is expected to create up to 4,000 jobs during its construction, beginning in the spring of 2023 and completing in the fall of 2026. Once it’s operational, it promises to employ 400 people full time. 

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