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Pipeline Construction

ACTL Pipeline Project


WOLF Midstream


Pipeline Construction


Nov 2018 - Nov 2019


Central Alberta

Project Highlights

M&N was issued the privilege to construct over 93km of NPS 16 (gr.448) carbon steel pipeline for one of the largest privately owned carbon capture pipeline system in the world.

The project entailed over 250 crossings (roads, powerlines, railroads and buried facilities) with over 10,500 meters worth of horizontal directional bores/drills.

Environmental protection standards for the project surpassed government regulatory requirements with extensive protocols around the preservation, mitigation, and reclamation of wetlands and watercourses. M&N met all project environmental requirements without governance issued nonconformity.

The ACTL pipeline project began in late December of 2018 with a mechanical completion date in the fall of 2019. M&N completed the reclamation of the pipeline ROW in 2020 and was subsequently awarded an additional +40km worth of reclamation scope which coincided with the original +93km work scope.

M&N was issued a letter of recommendation from Wolf Carbon Solutions (Wolf Midstream) for their hard work, professionalism, and fairness towards the client and project.

Historical Importance

The project is located within the. Treaty 6 was signed by Crown representatives and Cree, Assiniboine and Ojibwa leaders on 23 August 1876 at Fort Carlton, Saskatchewan and on 9 September 1876 at Fort Pitt, Saskatchewan.

The ACTL project is said to be the largest capacity – carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) project in the World. (June 17, 2020).

M&N Energy Services Motto

“Our work is never so urgent or important that we cannot take time to do it safely.”