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Stage 2 Water Restriction

Natural Gas

Natural resources such as logging, mining, grazing, oil, and gas are plentiful in the Pincher Creek area. In 1957, Shell Canada discovered a rich sour natural gas field west of Pincher Creek and constructed a plant to process it.

Today, the Shell Canada Waterton Gas Complex processes more than 5.5 million cubic meters of raw gas each day into the following products:

  • Natural Gas (Methane)
  • Natural Gas Liquids (propane, butane, methane)
  • Condensate 
  • Sulphur

The first gas from the Waterton Plant was sold and delivered in January 1962. Since then, the plant under went several expansions  to increase its capacity and improve its efficiency in reducing emissions.


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Public Notices

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NOTICE OF DISPOSITION OF LAND FOR LESS THAN MARKET VALUE
April 17, 2024
Council for the Town of Pincher Creek has accepted an offer from Link Builders for the purchase of 656 Charlotte Street, 655 Main Street, and 659 Maint Street for a total of $50,000.
Volunteer Appreciation Event
April 1, 2024
ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE INVITED!

Join us on April 18 from 5-7pm during this come and go event. 

The Town and Town Council are excited to show our appreciation to all of our hardworking and much appreciated community volunteers.  You and your commitment to Pincher Creek has helped form the wonderful and welcoming community we are today!
Livingstone Landowners Group
March 11, 2024
The Livingstone Landowners Group presents "Dried Up, What Now?" a documentary by Yvan Lebel and Kevin Van Tighem.
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