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Pembina to Develop Second Propane Export Terminal in British Columbia

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SUGAR LAND--December 5, 2017--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Canadian midstream operator Pembina Pipeline Corporation (NYSE:PBA) (Calgary, Alberta) plans to spend $540 million in its conventional pipelines business next year, which is 40% of its $1.3 billion capital spending plan for 2018. Industrial Info is tracking $3.9 billion in active Pembina projects in Western Canada, including $1.2 billion under construction.

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