January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

From the Burner Tip

Keystone Pipeline Ends First Year Of Canada To Texas Delivery; Expansion on Hold

TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline has just completed a year’s service of bringing Canadian tar sand syn crude from Alberta to U.S. Gulf Coast facilities for refining and marketing. This was the third phase of the project. Bringing crude from Cushing, OK to Texas began in January 2013 and still has a lateral line to be completed that will bring crude oil from Nederland, TX to Houston-area refineries. A terminal will be completed in mid-2015 for the Houston refining. The last phase of the total project is Keystone XL Pipeline which essentially duplicates the first phase between Hardisty, Alberta and Steel City, NE. The project is still in limbo awaiting presidential appr

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