Enbridge Alberta-Gulf pipeline shelved
Project would have moved Western Canadian crude to Gulf, reversed direction of flow; lacked support from potential shippers
For Petroleum News
Canadian pipeline company Enbridge has added to the postponement of oil sands-related projects by shelving indefinitely plans for a US$350 million scheme that would have moved Western Canadian crude to the U.S. Gulf Coast via tanker by mid-2010.
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