Dominion Energy, through the year’s due diligence process has looked at the possibilities and land space, to develop and expand our current development model in the southeast region of Saskatchewan.  DEPGI and our Stakeholders, foresee a future beyond the proposed refinery and look at long term assets to encourage secondary developments that will add value to our host communities.
Such opportunities, we are currently researching to support our base refining operations, include Biomass Ethanol Facility capable of producing high density cellulous wheat straw for propose of ethanol blends in gasoline. Upgrade rail systems to provide additional access to the Canadian and US border, exposing provincial industries to a wider market place, and additional infrastructure that would support the communities.
DEGPI and our Stakeholders take great pride in making these long-term commitments along with contributing to local markets, cultural opportunities, and supporting economic developments through local and provincial leadership groups.
Design Model
Stoughton Refinery: FAQs
This proposed project announced in December 2016 is considered our corporate flagship refinery. Our leadership team and group of dedicated engineers will design and construct one of the finest processing facilities in the world of this kind. The design model of 42,000bbl was specifically targeted for this type of localized environment to provide premium blended fuels directly into the local economy.
42,000 bbl Bakken Sweet crude
Outputs, patented finish products:
ULS Gasoline           18,800 bbl
ULS Diesel                 8,200 bbl
Jet “A”                        6,200 bbl
Heating Oils               2,000 bbl
Residual Oil               4,000 bbl
Biomass Ethanol       1,880 bbl


Operating Model

• Local to regional distribution

• Local supply – limited, if any, blending

• Focused / modular infrastructure

• Rail transport

• Truck transport

Performance Model


Product Lines

▪ NGL’s
▪ Gasoline
▪ Jet Fuel
▪ ULS Diesel
▪ Drilling Mud Oil
▪ ULS Fuel Oil
▪ Sulfur
▪ Carbon Dioxide

Design Base Criteria
Dominion Energy, along with our engineers, have vast experiences that have reflected in this concept of D1BM, as well as the size and output nature of the refinery. Operations will be very dependent on the quality and technically advanced equipment to ensure commodity outputs and annual returns are maintained at the highest levels. The refinery is slated to be a modular base design, with off-site fabrication of building and vessels, tanks farms will be stick built, with all other equipment from industry leading vendors to provide turn-key components which have proven durability and success. Our goals, design, construction and operation of this facility, with minimal off-line downtime, increase annual availabilities with superior equipment, and most importantly create a corporate culture where our employees take pride in Corporate Total Quality, Safety Programs, community event programs and pride in providing the finest products for our clients.