Enersul provides contractual management and operation of all varieties of formed sulphur processing that are commercially available today.
Our knowledge and over 50 years of operational experience helps strengthen our client's ability to manufacture high quality sulphur products, minimize environmental impacts, and obtain maximum production from their forming equipment. Enersul's experience is derived the management, operation, and commissioning of multiple sulphur forming facilities in Canada, and around the globe.
Serving Shell Canada Ltd. since 1971 at the Waterton gas processing plant, Enersul Operations owns and operates 4 GXM2™ granulators with a combined daily capacity of 2,100 tonnes. Formed sulphur is stored in a 'stadium-type' bin with gravity reclaim for railcar loading. Enersul also owns and operates the custom designed facility for loading molten sulphur tank cars.
Serving SemCAMS, (formally known as Central Alberta Midstream) since 1971 at the Kaybob 3 gas processing plant, Enersul Operations owns and operates 2 GXM2™ granulators with a combined daily capacity of 1,050 tonnes. Formed sulphur is stored in an open stock pile which is then routinely reclaimed for railcar loading. Enersul Operations also loads molten sulphur tank cars at this location.
In addition to operations at the SemCAMS K3 plant, Enersul is also contracted to provide the full management and operation for the SemCAMS KA facility.
From 1971 to 2012, Enersul operated the sulphur forming, loadout and storage facilities for NEXEN Inc at the Balzac gas processing plant. At this location Enersul owned and operated 3 GXM2™ granulators with a combined daily capacity of 1,575 tonnes.
From 1993 to present , Enersul has managed and operated the sulphur block pouring and truck loading operations at the Syncrude petrochemical facility in North Eastern Alberta.
Since 2001, Enersul has operated a truck to rail sulphur transloading facility in Lynton, Alberta. The facility serves multiple clients who market or produce molten sulphur from the Fort McMurrray region.
Fort Nelson BC: Since 1978, Enersul has owned and operated an independent WetPrill plant with multiple producers delivering sulphur via pipeline into the forming facility.
Hasler Flats BC: Since 1982 Enersul has owned and operated an independent WetPrill sulphur handling plant with a maximum capacity of 3000 tonnes per day. Sulphur is brought into the plant via pipeline and trucked in deliveries. It is one of the highest production sulphur forming plants in North America and serves multiple gas plants from across British Columbia and Alberta. The facility has been recently upgraded to store in excess of 90,000 tonnes of formed sulphur in the event of logistical disruptions.