Industry City Alberta is located in the Alberta Heartland Industrial area, which is one of the world’s most attractive locations for chemical, petrochemical, oil, and gas investment opportunities. It is also Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region. The region’s 40+ companies, several being world scale, provide fuels, fertilizers, power, petrochemicals and more to provincial and global consumers.
Over the past several decades, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland has grown into Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region. Situated northeast of the capital city of Alberta, Edmonton, the region’s geographic footprint covers 582 square kilometres (225 square miles).
The Heartland is within Alberta’s Capital Region, the northernmost metropolitan area of Canada and home to over 1.1 million people.
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland industrial zoned land extends into five different municipalities.
The region is home to 40+ companies in a variety of sectors, including producing and processing oil, gas, and petrochemicals, as well as advanced manufacturing. Since 1958, world renowned companies have chosen to locate and invest over $30 billion, to date, in the Heartland due to the natural advantages it offers.
The location of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland region is advantageous due to convenient and cost effective access to one of the world’s richest natural resources – Alberta’s oilsands.