Centurion Group Awarded Keystone XL Contract

(P&GJ) — Alberta-based Centurion Group announced that its Site Resource Group (SRG) has been awarded a contract for work on the U.S. portion of TC Energy's Keystone XL Pipeline.

(photo: Centurion Group)

Under the new contract, Centurion will maintain sections of Keystone XL right of way (ROW) in Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska.

The new contract involves reclamation, restoration of natural vegetation, hydrology and wildlife habitats. It also includes fencing, topsoil erosion protection, campsite and equipment laydown yard construction and vital COVID-19 disinfecting work, Centurion said.

Centurion-SRG started working with TC Energy on its Base Keystone System in 2010 and performed all the clearing and mulching on the ROW in 2019. After TC Energy announced in early 2020 that Keystone XL construction would proceed, Centurion began work on the 167-mile (269-km) pipeline in Alberta.

"SRG is working closely with the Province of Alberta and the Keystone XL Project team to protect rural communities, ecosystems and to create jobs," the company said.

“It is a testament to SRG’s capabilities as a fully integrated services company that we have been contracted on a number of major projects," SRG Senior Vice President Roger Didychuk said at the Keystone XL construction kick-off event on July 3.

Centurion provides services to the oil & gas, infrastructure, power, environmental and renewable energy sectors. In addition to North America, the company has a presence in Europe, Asia and Australia.

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