October 2019, Vol. 246, No. 10

Global News

Enbridge Urges Canadian Regulator to Not Intervene in Pipeline Plan

Enbridge asked Canadian energy regulators not to intervene in the company’s proposal to restructure contracts on its Mainline network. The written submission to the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) is the latest salvo in a dispute between Calgary-based Enbridge and some of Canada’s biggest oil companies over the future of the Mainline network. The Mainline is North America’s biggest pipeline system and ships the bulk of Canadian crude exports to the United States. It allocates capacity according to monthly nominations from shippers, and Enbridge is proposing to switch to long-term fixed-volume contracts on 90% of the pipeline. Enbridge launched a two-month open season on Aug. 2, but shippers

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