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3000 Fifth Avenue Place

425 - 1st Street S.W.

Calgary, AB T2P 3L8

Canada

Phone: 403-231-3900

Fax: 403-231-3920

14. Seaway Pipeline Twin was placed into service in December 2014 following the completion of Flanagan South. This 30-inch diameter pipeline follows the same route as the existing Seaway Pipeline and was constructed to meet additional capacity commitments from shippers. Included in the project scope is the 105-kilometre (65-mile), 36-inch diameter pipeline lateral from the Seaway Jones Creek facility southwest of Houston, Texas to Enterprise Product Partners L.P.’s ECHO crude oil terminal (ECHO Terminal) in Houston, Texas. The lateral was placed into service in January 2014. In addition, a 161-kilometre (100-mile) pipeline was constructed from the ECHO Terminal to the Port Arthur/Beaumont, Texas refining center to provide shippers access to the region’s heavy oil refining capabilities. This extension provides capacity of 750,000 bpd and was mechanically completed in August 2014 and placed into service in January 2015. Eastern Access The Eastern Access initiative includes a series of the company and EEP crude oil pipeline projects to provide increased access to refineries in the upper midwest United States and eastern Canada. Eddystone Rail Project In 2014, under a joint venture agreement with Canopy Prospecting Inc., the company completed the development of a unit-train unloading facility and related local pipeline infrastructure near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to deliver Bakken and other light sweet crude oil to Philadelphia area refineries. The Eddystone Rail Project is capable of receiving and delivering an initial capacity of 80,000 bpd, and could be expanded to 160,000 bpd. Norealis Pipeline To provide pipeline and terminalling services to the Husky Energy Inc. operated Sunrise Energy Project that is under development, the company constructed a new originating terminal (Norealis Terminal), a 112-kilometre (66-mile) 24-inch diameter pipeline from the Norealis Terminal to the company’s Cheecham Terminal and additional tankage at Cheecham. The Norealis Pipeline project was completed in 2014. Flanagan South The 950- kilometre (590- mile) pipeline has an initial design capacity of approximately 600,000 bpd. Flanagan South would transport crude oil from the company’s terminal at Flanagan, Illinois to Cushing, Oklahoma. The 36-inch diameter pipeline is installed adjacent to the company’s Spearhead Pipeline for the majority of the route. Canadian Mainline Expansion The company is undertaking an expansion of the Alberta Clipper line between Hardisty, Alberta and the Canada/United States border near Gretna, Manitoba. The scope of the project consists of two phases that involve the addition of pumping horsepower to raise the capacity of the Alberta Clipper line from 450,000 bpd to 800,000 bpd. Surmont Phase 2 Expansion The company has a terminal services agreement with ConocoPhillips Canada Resources Corp. (ConocoPhillips) and Total E&P Canada Ltd. to expand the Cheecham Terminal to accommodate incremental bitumen production from the Surmont Project’s Phase 2 expansion. The company is constructing two new 450,000 barrel blend tanks and converting an existing tank from blend to diluent service. The expansion is planned in two phases with the blended product system placed into service in November 2014 and the diluent system expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2015. Canadian Mainline System Terminal Flexibility and Connectivity As part of the Light Oil Market Access Program initiative, the company is undertaking the Canadian Mainline System Terminal Flexibility and Connectivity project to accommodate additional light oil volumes and improve the operational flexibility of the Canadian mainline terminals. The modifications include upgrading existing booster pumps, additional booster pumps, and new tank line connections. Sunday Creek Terminal Expansion In 2014, the company announced it would construct additional facilities at its existing Sunday Creek Terminal, located in the Christina Lake area of northern Alberta, to support production growth from the Christina Lake oil sands project operated by Cenovus Energy Inc. and jointly owned with ConocoPhillips. The expansion i

 

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