The 682-tonne, 63-metre-long piece of petrochemical development equipment, called a de-ethanizer stripper, will be moved from Edmonton to the Industrial Heartland over four days, Jan. 19-22.

The stripper separates ethane from liquid natural gas to be reused elsewhere in the process or for other petrochemical products (e.g. fuel). On Jan. 6, an 820-tonne splitter travelled from Edmonton to the same region.

Move route

  • Exit Dacro yard west of 93 Street on to 51 Avenue 
  • East on 51 Avenue to Roper Road continuing east to 75 Street
  • South on 75 Street to 51 Avenue
  • East on 51 Avenue to 50 Street at Whitemud Drive, westbound off ramp
  • East on Whitemud Drive to Anthony Henday Drive, southbound
  • East on Highway 14; stage at Highways 14 and 21
  • East on Highway 14 to Range Road 190
  • North on Range Road 190 to Township Road 510
  • East on Township Road 510 to Highway 834
  • North on Highway 834 to Highway 15
  • Highway 15 west to Lamont
  • Continue west on Highway 15 to Range Road 220
  • North on Range Road 220 to final site


Start Time


End Time


Jan. 19

9 p.m.


5 a.m.

Hwy 14 & 21

Jan. 21

8:30 a.m.

Hwy 14 & 21

5 p.m.


Jan. 22

8:30 a.m.


1 p.m.


Additional information

  • The load will be moving below the posted speed limit and may pull over periodically; drivers travelling behind the load will face delays.
  • In some spots, the load will be travelling against the flow of traffic, escorted by guide vehicles for safety. Lanes will be blocked off accordingly.
  • Drivers are reminded to watch for accompanying guide vehicles and flag people, which will control traffic and enhance safety. 
  • At its largest configuration, including all vehicles, the load  is 132 metres long by eight metres wide by 10 metres high (includes all vehicles in length and height)
  • The load will use the entire width of a two-lane highway, including the shoulder

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