At Enersul, we own & operate our own sulphur forming, handling, storage, and loading facilities on behalf of our valued Enersul Operations clients. We also enter into Operation Contracts, running sulphur processing and handling plants owned by 3rd parties. Under these arrangements, Enersul currently manages eight sulphur handling operations throughout Western Canada.
Through these plants, Enersul controls over 3 million tonnes of sulphur forming and handling capacity each year. This makes Enersul one of the largest Sulphur operators in the world. We boast over 50 years and 3000+ man hours of sulphur operations including GX Granulation, Wetprill and Airprill Forming, Block Pouring, Remelting, and Remediation, including high contamination remelting.
For 30 years, Enersul has been actively operating the Edson forming plant, located in Edson Alberta. The Edson facility is forming 500 tonnes of premium sulphur GX granules a day using GXm2 granulation technology. Along with the forming technology, Edson also has 800 tonnes bulk storage and bulk rail loading capabilities.
As safety is always the primary concern, Enersul’s Edson plant has gone 27 years without a Lost time incident.
Enersul has been operating our K3 plant out of Whitecourt Alberta for 40 years, with 2 GXm2s on site forming 1000 tonnes of quality GX granules per day. K3 also is equipped with block pouring and remelting technology, and both bulk and liquid loading for transport.
The Waterton plant in Pincher Creek Alberta is Enersul’s oldest established forming site, starting operations over 50 year ago. Equipped with 4 GXm2s, Waterton forms 2000 tonnes of quality GX granules daily and the facility is also equipped with block pouring, remelting, bulk and liquid loading and storage. Waterton is a textbook example of the quality services provided by Enersul’s operations.
Enersul’s largest forming capacity is in Chetwynd BC, at the Hasler Flats plant. There, 3000 tonnes of sulphur is formed daily using 3 wetprill units. The formed product is then loaded onto rail for transport. Hasler Flats plant has not had a Loss time incident for 15 years.
For 21 years, Enersul has been providing support to Syncrude in Fort McMurray Alberta. There, Enersul has been supporting the block pouring and truck loading operations, managing 2300 tonnes of sulphur per day. The entire span of the operations, Enersul has not had a single loss time incident.
Located in Fort McMurray Alberta, Enersul has been handling transloading needs in the Lynton operation for over 30 years. Loading approximately 2000 tonnes of sulphur onto truck or rail car per day, In the last 14 years, Enersul has not had a single Loss time incident.
In Fox Creek Alberta, Enersul has been contracted to operate the KA sulphur forming plant for the past 10 years. Enersul has been handling block pour, bulk and liquid load, and forming 1000 tonnes per of sulphur per day using AirPrill forming technology. Enersul has gone 9 years without a single lost time incident.