BTG’s operating assets include ideally located midstream infrastructure, natural gas-fired power generation and high-potential projects in Central and Southern Alberta.

Power generation infrastructure

BTG’s natural gas-fired power generation infrastructure is strategically located within Central Alberta, with expansion plans into Southern Alberta. With more than 20 MW of existing power generation capacity, BTG is actively seeking opportunities to expand its infrastructure base to help meet historically high demand for reliable, low-carbon electricity.

Captus Generation

BTG Energy is pursuing an opportunity to develop a unique clean energy hub in southwestern Alberta. Captus Generation would leverage proven Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) processes and technology to provide a large reliable supply of carbon-neutral electricity to Alberta’s power grid and/ or future industrial developments. Its ideal location provides access to existing transmission lines, natural gas supply and a large, depleted natural gas reservoir.

Sylvan Lake Operating Area

BTG Energy’s Sylvan Lake operation is one of the largest natural gas processing facilities in Central Alberta. Its connected infrastructure includes natural gas gathering, processing, fractionation and rail assets. An expansion of the facility is underway, which will nearly double the fractionation processing capacity of the existing system.