Shares of Pembina Pipeline Corp. have been on the rise since mid-December when the company announced a $2-billion pipeline network expansion. According to a company press release, Pembina already has contracts in place for 75 per cent of the project's capacity over the next 10 years. Since Dec. 16, five Pembina Pipeline insiders have spent at total of $885,733 buying stock in the public market. The biggest buyer was CEO Michael H. Dilger who spent $725,851 buying shares last month.
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Infographic reflects public-market transactions of common shares or unit trusts by company officers and directors.