ncludes development of a new site adjacent to the existing terminal, construction of a new 350,000 barrel tank with associated piping, pumps and measurement equipment, as well as civil construction work for a future tank. Woodland Pipeline Extension The joint venture Woodland Pipeline Extension Project would extend the Woodland Pipeline south from the company’s Cheecham Terminal to its Edmonton Terminal. The extension is a proposed 388-kilometre (241-mile) 36-inch diameter pipeline with an initial capacity of 400,000 bpd, expandable to 800,000 bpd. Edmonton to Hardisty Expansion The company is undertaking an expansion of the Canadian Mainline system between Edmonton, Alberta and Hardisty, Alberta. The expansion project would include 181-kilometres (112-miles) of new 36-inch diameter pipeline and would provide an initial capacity of approximately 570,000 bpd, expandable to 800,000 bpd. The new line is expected to follow the same route as the company’s existing Line 4 pipeline. Also included in the project scope are connections into existing infrastructure at the Hardisty Terminal and new terminal facilities in Edmonton, which include 5 new 500,000 barrel tanks. Southern Access Extension Southern Access Extension involves the construction of a new 265-kilometre (165-mile), 24-inch diameter crude oil pipeline from Flanagan, Illinois to Patoka, Illinois, for an initial capacity of approximately 300,000 bpd, as well as additional tankage and two new pump stations. In 2014, the company entered into an agreement with Lincoln Pipeline LLC (Lincoln), an affiliate of Marathon Petroleum Corporation, to, among other things, admit Lincoln as a partner and allow it to participate in Southern Access Extension. Lincoln has purchased a 35% equity interest in the project. AOC Hangingstone Lateral The company has an agreement with Athabasca Oil Corporation (AOC) to provide pipeline and terminalling services to the proposed AOC Hangingstone Oil Sands Project (AOC Hangingstone) in Alberta. Phase I of the project would involve the construction of a new 49-kilometre (31-mile), 16-inch diameter pipeline from the AOC Hangingstone project site to the company’s existing Cheecham Terminal and related facility modifications at Cheecham. Phase I of the project would provide an initial capacity of 16,000 bpd. Phase 2 of the project, which is subject to commercial approval, would provide up to an additional 60,000 bpd for a total capacity of 76,000 bpd. JACOS Hangingstone Project The company would undertake the construction of facilities and provide transportation services to the Japan Canada Oil Sands Limited (JACOS) Hangingstone Oil Sands Project (JACOS Hangingstone). JACOS and Nexen Energy ULC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China National Offshore Oil Corporation Limited, are partners in the project, which is operated by JACOS. Subject to regulatory approvals, the company plans to construct a new 53-kilometre (33-mile), 12-inch lateral pipeline to connect the JACOS Hangingstone project site to its existing Cheecham Terminal. The project would provide capacity of 40,000 bpd. Athabasca Pipeline Twinning This project involves twinning the southern section of the Athabasca Pipeline from Kirby Lake, Alberta to the Hardisty, Alberta crude oil hub to provide additional capacity to serve expected oil sands growth in the Kirby Lake producing region. The expansion project would include 346-kilometres (215-miles) of 36-inch diameter pipeline adjacent to the existing Athabasca Pipeline right-of-way. Wood Buffalo Extension The company is selected by Suncor Energy Inc.; Total E&P Canada Ltd.; and Teck Resources Limited (the ‘Fort Hills Partners’), as well as the Suncor Energy Oil Sands Limited Partnership (Suncor Partnership), to develop a new pipeline to transport crude oil production to the company’s mainline hub at Hardisty, Alberta. The proposed Wood Buffalo Extension would extend its existing Wood Buffalo Pipeline and includes construction of a new 450-kilometre (281-mile), 30-inch pipeline from the company’s Cheecham Terminal to its Battle River Terminal at Hardisty, as well as associated terminal upgrades. The comple
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