In a news release on their website Monday, Pembina Pipeline announced that work will resume on 2 of their key projects in 2021.

The release states that the Company's "positive outlook for the energy sector supports the re-start of two important growth projects, which is reflected in our 2021 guidance and capital budget".

Regarding the many challenges of 2020, Pembina claims to posses a "renewed sense of focus and optimism"

Read on to learn about the Company's updated projects, and information we've been able to find on available jobs.


Pipeline Expansion

The pipeline expansion includes a new pipeline and associated infrastructure in the LaGlace-Valleyview-Fox Creek corridor in Alberta.

The Peace Pipeline expansion(s) are the extension of the Company's Peace Pipeline system, which delivers crude oil, condensate, and natural gas from northwestern Alberta to Edmonton, Alberta and Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.

Empress co-generation facility

The Empress co-generation facility will use natural gas to generate up to 45 megawatts of electrical power. The project is expected to cost $120 million.

Read More: $1B Spending Plan for 2021 & 13,000+ Jobs: Finding Work at Heartland Petrochemical Complex

Where to find work

While there were mimimal careers listed available at the time of this post, jobs with Pembina can be found here.

You can also view information on Jobs with Pembina Pipeline Corporation including social media links (where jobs may be posted in addition to those on their website) as well as reviews & company culture info.

Finally, you can join Pembina's talent community here to receive updates on these projects and others as work becomes available.

We hope you found this guide useful - good luck!