NorthRiver Midstream announced Tuesday that it has closed its acquisition of Enbridge’s midstream business in Canada.
The company now operates 19 natural gas processing plants and 3,550 kilometres of natural gas gathering pipelines across the Montney region of British Columbia and Alberta.
“With the strategic location of our operations across the Montney basin in British Columbia and Alberta, and the backing of a committed Canadian owner in Brookfield Infrastructure, NorthRiver Midstream is built on an asset base that creates a robust platform for growth,” CEO Brandon Anderson said in a news release.
“NorthRiver is driven by our values and committed to building a different type of energy company. We are focused on operating responsibly, being present in communities and ensuring that we are looking at creative ways to deliver value to partners, customers and communities that are touched by our operations.”
The company employs more than 700 people.
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