What will drive that growth? The energy renaissance. ALA sees benefits from the North American shale revolution across all three business segments:
ALA and North American energy infrastructure companies aren’t the only beneficiaries of the energy renaissance, of course. From a demand perspective, Asian importers will enjoy reduced prices due to lower production costs and shorter transit times from the West Coast.
Coming back to ALA’s headquarters, here’s a great reminder of just how big the opportunity is in Canada.
From 2015 through 2019, ALA is spending $2 billion on its Utilities segment, $1.5 billion on its Power segment, and $4 billion on its Gas segment. On the Gas side, part of that capex budget will go toward building 1 Bcf per day of new processing capacity in the Montney Shale. ALA’s LPG export facility is ramping up to 30,000 barrels per day over the next few years, and targeting an additional 30,000 barrels per day.
Here’s to warmer weather, and attending next year’s analyst day to see how all the projects are coming along.