Quirk Creek Plant & Field Operations

Strategic Assets in the Heart of Treaty Seven Indigenous Traditional Lands

Strategic Assets in the Heart of Treaty Seven Indigenous Traditional Lands

Learn More

Caledonian Midstream

Repurposing conventional
natural gas & oil reserves for
the new “hydrogen” &
“electrification” economy.

Strategic Assets in the Heart of Treaty Seven Indigenous Traditional Lands

Learn More

Power Cogeneration

“Blue” Hydrogen

CO2 Sequestration

Renewable Products

Stewards of innovation, progress, and the transition to a new energy future.

Caledonian has adopted a “Total Life Cycle Plan” including conventional resource development and energy transition through ultimate remediation and recovery.

Learn More
Canadian Natural Gas, ESG, Environmental Responsibility, Sustainability, Blue Hydrogen, Eco-Products, New Energy Future, Energy Transition

Environmental Responsibility

Energy production and processing aligned with environmental stewardship and protection.

Caledonian Midstream, Canadian Natural Gas Midstream companies, Natural Gas Processing and Strategic Assets, Community Engagement, Indigenous Support

Social Responsibility & Community

A rich history of active engagement with Indigenous Partners and the surrounding Turner Valley community.

Caledonian Midstream, Canadian Natural Gas Midstream companies, Natural Gas Processing and Strategic Assets, Governance, Employee Safety, PPE, Personal Protective Equipment

Governance

Effective collaboration, operational transparency and experienced industry leadership – we hold ourselves to impeccable standards.

Learn More About Our ESG Efforts

Founded in 1890, the Quirk Creek Ranch has seen many changes.

Today, the Quick Creek Gas Plant is a welcomed community member and fixture in Turner Valley and the surrounding area.

Our History

John Quirk, an Irish settler, established the Quirk Cattle Ranch in the 1880’s. He and his wife came from Montana by covered wagon, driving a herd of 650 head of cattle. Many years later, Natural Gas Reserves were discovered in the Quirk Creek Area in 1967, and by 1971, the Quirk Creek Gas Plant was in full operation

Learn More
Quirk Creek Gas Plant

Current Operations

Today the Quirk Creek Gas Plant is owned and operated by Caledonian Midstream Corporation. Over the years, further reservoir development and infrastructure additions have expanded operations, and in 2020 capacity was again increased with the inclusion of McLean Creek and Moose Mountain reservoirs.

Learn More
Canadian Natural Gas, ESG, Environmental Responsibility, Sustainability, Blue Hydrogen, Eco-Products, New Energy Future, Energy Transition

Future Innovations

A phased approach to green sustainability, our GreenBluH2 project division is unique in the dedication of proprietary reserves and production to manufacturing Blue Hydrogen and green eco-products at a “brownfield” location with available land, water, and infrastructure, and where CO2 can be safely captured and sequestered.

Learn More