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Last C$57.01 CAD
Change Today +0.72 / 1.28%
Volume 1.8M
As of 4:00 PM 07/31/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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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

s Inc. to own and operate the 110-MW Keechi wind project (Keechi), located in Jack County, Texas. Keechi would deliver 100% of the electricity generated into the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. market under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Microsoft Corporation. Walker Ridge Gas Gathering System (WRGGS) The company has agreements with Chevron USA Inc. (Chevron) and Union Oil Company of California to expand its central Gulf of Mexico offshore pipeline system. Under the terms of the agreements, the company is constructing and would own and operate the WRGGS to provide natural gas gathering services to the Jack St. Malo and Big Foot ultra-deep water developments. The WRGGS includes 274-kilometres (170-miles) of 8-inch or 10-inch diameter pipeline at depths of approximately 2,150 meters (7,000 feet), with capacity of 100 million cubic feet per day (mmcf/d). The Jack St. Malo portion of the WRGGS was placed into service in December 2014 and the Big Foot Pipeline portion is expected to be placed into service in the third quarter of 2015. Big Foot Oil Pipeline Under agreements with Chevron, Statoil Gulf of Mexico LLC, and Marubeni Oil & Gas (USA) Inc., the company is constructing a 64-kilometre (40-mile) 20-inch oil pipeline with capacity of 100,000 bpd from the Big Foot ultra-deep water development in the Gulf of Mexico. Upon completion of the project, the company would operate the Big Foot Pipeline, located approximately 274-kilometres (170-miles) south of the coast of Louisiana. Aux Sable Extraction Plant Expansion In 2014, the company approved the expansion of fractionation capacity and related facilities at its Aux Sable Extraction Plant located in Channahon, Illinois. The expansion would facilitate the improving NGL-rich gas stream on the Alliance, allow for effective management of Alliance’s downstream natural gas heat content and support additional production and sale of NGL products. Heidelberg Oil Pipeline The company would construct, own, and operate a crude oil pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico to connect the proposed Heidelberg development, operated by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, to an existing third-party system. Heidelberg Pipeline, a 58-kilometre (36-mile), 20-inch diameter pipeline with capacity of 100,000 bpd, would originate in Green Canyon Block 860, approximately 320-kilometres (200-miles) southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana and in an estimated 1,600-metres (5,300-feet) of water. Stampede Oil Pipeline In January 2015, the company announced that it would build, own and operate a crude oil pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico to connect the planned Stampede Pipeline development, which is operated by Hess Corporation, to an existing third-party pipeline system. The Stampede Oil Pipeline (Stampede), a 26-kilometre (16-mile), 18-inch diameter pipeline with capacity of approximately 100,000 bpd would originate in Green Canyon Block 468, approximately 350-kilometres (220-miles) southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana at an estimated depth of 1,200-metres (3,500-feet). Sponsored Investments – New Projects Line 6B 75-Mile Replacement Program The Line 6B 75-Mile Replacement Program included the replacement of 120-kilometres (75-miles) of non-contiguous sections of Line 6B of EEP’s Lakehead System. The Line 6B pipeline runs from Griffith, Indiana through Michigan to the international border at the St. Clair River. The new segments were completed in components, with approximately 104-kilometres (65-miles) of segments placed in service in 2013. The two remaining 8-kilometre (5-mile) segments in Indiana were placed in service in March 2014. Eastern Access Projects being undertaken by EEP include an expansion of its Line 5 and expansions of the United States mainline involving the Spearhead North Pipeline (Line 62) and further segments of Line 6B. In 2013, EEP completed and placed into service the expansion of its Line 5 light crude oil line between Superior, Wisconsin and the international border at the St. Clair River. The Line 5 expansion increased capacity by 50,000 bpd. Also in 2013, EEP completed and placed into service the expansion of Line 62 between Flanagan,

 

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