Enbridge out to satisfy oil sands thirst
Planned pipeline would bring 180,000 bpd of diluent from Midwest to Edmonton; 150,000 bpd line from Kitimat already planned
For Petroleum News
Enbridge is ready to add a second leg to its strategy of delivering condensate to Alberta’s oil sands.
It is seeking shipping commitments for a US$920 million, 180,000 barrel-per-day diluent pipeline from Chicago to Edmonton to help meet a growing hunger for the thinning agent to improve the flow of....
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Diluent to be extracted
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