Race to the US Gulf Coast
New partnership of Enbridge, Energy Transfer Partners, launches plan to access eastern Gulf for Bakken and Western Canadian crude
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A new joint venture by Enbridge and Energy Transfer Partners, ETP, is zeroing in on the Eastern Gulf Coast crude market, with plans to spend up to $3.4 billion to deliver as much as 660,000 barrels per day of crude from the Bakken and Western Canada.
Enbridge views the 3 million bpd capacity of the....
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