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CEO buys as Keyera moves into propane by rail

On May 29, midstream oil and gas operator Keyera Corp. raised $318-million by issuing 4,312,500 shares at $73.75. Part of the proceeds will go to help finance Keyera's capital program, which includes the $95-million Josephburg propane-by-rail terminal in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Keyera believes propane by rail volumes will grow given Kinder Morgan's decision to stop using its Cochin pipeline to deliver Western Canadian propane to market. CEO James Bertram is backing the strategy with his pocketbook, buying 2,000 shares at $73.75.

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