Keyera Corp. Announces Construction of South Cheecham Rail and Truck Terminal and Agreement with Statoil

Keyera Corp. Announces Construction of South Cheecham Rail and Truck Terminal 
and Agreement with Statoil 
CALGARY, June 19, 2012 /CNW/ - Keyera Corp. ("Keyera") (TSX:KEY) 
(TSX:KEY.DB.A) announced today that it will be proceeding with construction of 
the Keyera South Cheecham Rail and Truck Terminal (the "Terminal"), located 
approximately 75 kilometres southeast of Fort McMurray. The Terminal will be a 
multi-purpose hydrocarbon rail and truck terminal, designed to support bitumen 
producers within the Athabasca oil sands area. 
Keyera previously announced that it was exploring the development of a 
terminal in the South Cheecham area subject to sufficient customer interest in 
the project. Today, Keyera entered into a minimum four-year fee-for-service 
agreement with Statoil Canada Ltd. ("Statoil") which is sufficient to underpin 
the construction of the first phase of the Terminal. The agreement with 
Statoil includes provision for Keyera to provide diluent, dilbit and solvent 
terminalling services through the Terminal. In addition to the Terminal, 
Keyera will construct and operate pipeline connections between the Terminal 
and Statoil and partner PTTEP's Cheecham Terminal, approximately 12 kilometres 
north. Keyera will begin receiving revenue under the Statoil agreement upon 
start-up of the Terminal in 2013. 
"This investment at the Keyera South Cheecham Terminal will strengthen our 
position in this region and enhance our ability to provide services to oil 
sands producers such as Statoil," said Jim Bertram, Chief Executive Officer of 
Keyera. "We are delighted to partner with a global energy company such as 
Statoil and provide services that will support its world-class oil sands 
projects. The Terminal represents the next step in the development of our oil 
sands services growth strategy as we continue to deliver on our commitment to 
provide various cost effective services to oil sands producers." 
Keyera currently plans to develop the Terminal in phases as demand for 
terminalling services evolves. In addition to the facilities for handling 
diluent and dilbit at the Terminal, the initial phase will include a dilbit 
pipeline connection to Enbridge's Cheecham terminal. Engineering and site 
preparation for the first phase of development are already underway. 
Completion of the first phase is expected in the first half of 2013 at an 
estimated gross total cost of approximately $90 million. Delivery of equipment 
and construction delays are the key variables in achieving the on-stream date. 
Under the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding with Enbridge Inc., Enbridge 
may elect to participate in the Terminal as a 50% joint venture partner. 
About Keyera Corp. 
Keyera Corp. (TSX:KEY) (TSX:KEY.DB.A) operates one of the largest natural gas 
midstream businesses in Canada. Its business consists of natural gas gathering 
and processing as well as the processing, transportation, storage and 
marketing of natural gas liquids (NGLs), the production of iso-octane and 
crude oil midstream activities. 
Keyera's gas processing plants and associated facilities are strategically 
located in the west central, foothills and deep basin natural gas production 
areas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Its NGL and crude oil 
infrastructure, including pipelines, terminals and processing and storage 
facilities, as well as its iso-octane facility, are located in Edmonton and 
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, a major North American NGL hub. Keyera markets 
propane, butane, condensate and iso-octane to customers in Canada and the 
United States. 
This document contains forward-looking statements based on management's 
current expectations and assumptions relating to Keyera's business, the 
environment in which it operates, anticipated timing and closing of the 
acquisitions and the future operations and performance of the assets. As these 
forward-looking statements depend upon future events, actual outcomes may 
differ materially depending on factors such as: satisfaction of all conditions 
in the agreement with Statoil; obtaining all necessary governmental approvals 
for the Terminal and the associated facilities; future operating results of 
the assets; Keyera's ability to execute its strategic initiatives; 
construction and input costs; weather conditions; construction scheduling 
variables; Enbridge Inc.'s decision on whether to participate as a joint 
venture partner; commodity supply/demand balances and prices; activities of 
producers, competitors, customers, business partners and others; overall 
economic conditions; access to capital and financing alternatives; operational 
risks in developing and producing natural gas; and potential delays or changes 
in plans with respect to development projects or capital expenditures or the 
results therefrom; the legislative, regulatory and tax environment; and other 
known or unknown factors. There can be no assurance that the results or 
developments anticipated by Keyera will be realized or that they will have the 
expected consequences for or effects on Keyera. 
Additional Information 
For additional information on these and other factors, see Keyera's public 
filings on The information provided in this release is given as 
of the date hereof. 
about Keyera, please visit our website or contact: 
John Cobb, Director, Investor Relations Telephone: 
(403) 205-7670 / Toll Free: (888) 699-4853 Facsimile: (403) 205-8425. 
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