Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. says it hopes to build a new gas plant in the Pipestone area.
It would process 100-million cubic feet of sour gas and produce 20,000 barrels of natural gas liquids per day.
The projected start-up time for the plant is mid-2019.
Tidewater says in a release the first phase of construction would cost around $210-million.
Two tenants would be able to buy a 35 percent share of the plant before it starts up.
The same release says one advantage for the project will be what is called its deep-cut capability. This would allow it to recover nearly all the liquids from the natural gas it processes.
This is the second announcement of a new gas plant in recent months.
In August, SemCAMS announced it wanted to build a sour gas facility south of Wembley that would process 280-million cubic feet of sour gas per day.
Photo from the Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd. website