Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Enbridge Inc. apportioned its Ozark pipeline, which moves heavy and low-sulfur oils between Cushing, Oklahoma, and Wood River, Illinois, by 92 percent for February, according to Larry Springer, a company spokesman.
Nominations from shippers were 3.16 million barrels a day, and the pipeline has the capacity to move 235,800 barrels a day, Springer said in an e-mail.
Enbridge’s Spearhead pipeline, which transports mostly heavy Canadian oil from the Chicago area to Cushing, was 76 percent apportioned for February. Nominations were 737,500 barrels a day, and calculated capacity is 173,600.
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