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200, Fifth Avenue Place

425 - 1st Street S.W.

Calgary, AB T2P 3L8

Canada

Phone: 403-231-3900

Fax: 403-231-3920

nes assets transferred, the Liquids Pipelines business operates a crude oil gathering system and trunkline pipeline in southern Saskatchewan and southwestern Manitoba, connecting to the Mainline System at Cromer, Manitoba. In addition, Liquids Pipelines includes the Canadian portion of the Bakken Expansion Pipeline, an interest acquired in Southern Lights Pipeline in 2014, as well as the Hardisty Contract Terminals and Hardisty Storage Caverns located near Hardisty, Alberta. The Mainline System includes the Canadian Mainline and the Lakehead System. The Canadian Mainline is a common carrier pipeline system, which transports various grades of oil and other liquid hydrocarbons within western Canada and from western Canada to the Canada/United States border near Gretna, Manitoba and Neche, North Dakota and from the United States/Canada border near Port Huron, Michigan and Sarnia, Ontario to eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. The Canadian Mainline includes six adjacent pipelines, with combined design operating capacity of approximately 2.85 million bpd that connect with the Lakehead System at the Canada/United States border (and form the Mainline System), as well as four crude oil pipelines and one refined products pipeline that deliver into eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. It also includes certain related pipelines and infrastructure, including decommissioned and deactivated pipelines. Gas Pipelines The Alliance Pipeline, which includes both the Canadian and the U.S. portion of Alliance Pipeline, consists of approximately 3,000 kilometers (1,864 miles) of integrated, high-pressure natural gas transmission pipeline and approximately 860 kilometers (534 miles) of lateral pipelines and related infrastructure. Alliance Pipeline transports liquids-rich natural gas from northeast British Columbia, northwest Alberta and the Bakken area in North Dakota to the Alliance Chicago gas exchange hub downstream of the Aux Sable NGL (natural gas liquid) extraction and fractionation plant at Channahon, Illinois. The Canadian and the U.S. portions of Alliance Pipeline have annual firm service shipping capacity to deliver 1.455 bcf/d and 1.325 bcf/d, respectively. The Fund Group owns 50% of the Canadian portion of Alliance Pipeline and 50% of the U.S. portion of Alliance Pipeline. Natural gas transported on Alliance Pipeline downstream of the Aux Sable plant could be delivered to two local natural gas distribution systems in the Chicago area and five interstate natural gas pipelines, providing shippers with access to Midwest and eastern natural gas markets. Green Power Green Power’s net renewable and alternative power generation capability included an approximately 1,050 MW as of December 31, 2015. The U.S. Sponsored Investments EEP owns and operates crude oil and liquid petroleum transportation and storage assets, natural gas and NGL gathering, treating, processing and transportation assets and marketing assets in the United States. EEP holds its natural gas and NGL businesses directly and indirectly through its partially-owned subsidiary, Midcoast Energy Partners L.P. Major assets include the Lakehead System, which is the extension of the Canadian Mainline in the United States, the Mid-Continent Crude Oil System consisting of an interstate crude oil pipeline and storage facilities, a crude oil gathering system and interstate pipeline system in North Dakota and natural gas assets located primarily in Texas. Subsidiaries of the company provide services to EEP in connection with the operation of its liquids assets, including the Lakehead System. EELP holds assets that are jointly funded by the company and EEP. Included within EELP is the United States segment of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline. The United States portion of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline connects with the Canadian portion of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline at the border near Neche, North Dakota and provides transportation service to Superior, Wisconsin. The company funded 66.7% of the project’s equity requirements through EELP, while 66.7% of the debt funding was made through EEP. In January 2015, the company transferred its

 

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