March 2015, Vol. 242, No. 3

Features

Pipeline Moving Canadian Crude to Gulf Coast Refineries Starts

Crude from the Canadian oil sands deposits gained an additional major outlet in the U.S. when the joint venture of Enbridge, Inc. and Enterprise Products Partners L.P. completed construction of its Cushing-to-Texas pipeline and started deliveries in December to Gulf Coast refineries. The new pipeline’s operations and routes are very similar to TransCanada’s Keystone Pipeline project for bringing oil sands crude to the Gulf Coast. Both pipelines pick up the syncrude at Hardisty, Alberta and move it to the U.S., first toward the Chicago area and then to Cushing, OK before moving onto the Gulf Coast for refining and marketing. Keystone began deliveries to Gulf Coast refineries in

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