November 2012, Vol. 239 No. 11

In The News

Enbridge May Add Bakken Crude Pipeline Capacity

Enbridge is considering options to expand its crude pipeline capacity in the Bakken region in addition to company projects already proposed and under way, shippers said last month. According to Platts, shippers said Enbridge presented the potential options at a meeting in Denver Jan. 10. By working on other projects to debottleneck existing pipelines on Enbridge’s main line, Enbridge should be able to ship additional Bakken crude, shippers said. The Sandpiper Scope option would add 180,000 bpd of capacity from Beaver Lodge, ND to Steelman, Saskatchewan, and 325,000 bpd into Cromer, Manitoba. Receipts would be at Beaver Lodge, McGregor and Lignite, all in North Dakota. An

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