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Last $15.88 USD
Change Today -1.89 / -10.64%
Volume 8.0M
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333 Clay Street

Suite 1600

Houston, TX 77002

United States

Phone: 713-646-4100


ch was placed into service in 2013 to service crude oil production in Northern Oklahoma and Southern Kansas and to provide crude oil transportation to its terminal facilities at Cushing. During 2014, the company completed two extensions of the Mississippian Lime pipeline. Throughput on the Mississippian Lime pipeline averaged 71,000 barrels per day during 2014. The company is developing the Diamond pipeline, a 20-inch, 440-mile long pipeline that would provide 200,000 barrels per day of capacity from its Cushing, Oklahoma terminal to the Valero Memphis, Tennessee refinery. The Diamond pipeline project is underpinned by a long term shipper agreement with Valero and a related contract for storage and terminalling services at its Cushing terminal. The company expects to complete the Diamond pipeline in 2017. Valero holds an option until January 2016 to become a partner in the Diamond pipeline and purchase a 50 percent interest. Also under development is the Red River pipeline, which would be a 16-inch pipeline with a takeaway capacity of 150,000 barrels per day extending from Cushing, Oklahoma to Longview, Texas. The Red River pipeline is supported by long term shipper commitments and is expected to be completed in 2016. Canada Pipelines Crude Oil Pipelines Manito: The company owns a 100% interest in the Manito heavy oil system. This 561-mile system includes the Manito pipeline, the North Saskatchewan (North Sask) pipeline, and the Bodo/Cactus Lake pipeline. Each system consists of a blended crude oil line and a parallel diluent line that delivers condensate to upstream blending locations. The North Sask pipeline is 84 miles in length and originates near Turtleford, Saskatchewan and terminates in Dulwich, Saskatchewan. The Manito pipeline includes 339 miles of pipeline, and the mainline segment originates at Dulwich and terminates at Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. The Bodo/Cactus Lake pipeline is 138 miles long and originates in Bodo, Alberta and also terminates at the company’s Kerrobert storage facility. The Kerrobert storage and terminalling facility is connected to the Enbridge pipeline system and could both receive and deliver heavy crude oil from and to the Enbridge pipeline system. For 2014, 47,000 barrels per day of crude oil were transported on the Manito system. Rainbow System: The company owns a 100% interest in the Rainbow system. The Rainbow system includes a 480-mile, 20-inch to 24-inch mainline crude oil pipeline with a throughput capacity of approximately 220,000 barrels per day that extends from the Norman Wells Pipeline connection in Zama, Alberta to Edmonton, Alberta and has 174 miles of associated gathering pipelines; and a 188-mile, 10-inch pipeline to transport diluent north from Edmonton, Alberta to its Nipisi truck terminal in Northern Alberta that has a capacity of 40,000 barrels per day. Total average throughput during 2014 on the Rainbow system was 112,000 barrels per day. The company is developing the Indigo pipeline, which would consist of two pipelines, a diluent line and a blend line, both approximately 80 miles in length. The diluent line would be a 12-inch pipeline that would transport diluent from its Rainbow system at Nipisi to the Peace River, Alberta area. The blend line would be a 24-inch pipeline that would deliver blended heavy crude oil from the Peace River, Alberta area to the company’s Rainbow system. Rangeland System: The company owns a 100% interest in the Rangeland system. The Rangeland system consists of a 670 mile, 8-inch to 16-inch mainline pipeline and 563 miles of 3-inch to 8-inch gathering pipelines. The Rangeland system transports NGL mix, butane, condensate, light sweet crude oil and light sour crude oil either north to Edmonton, Alberta or south to the U.S./Canadian border near Cutbank, Montana, where it connects to the company’s Western Corridor system. Total average throughput during 2014 on the Rangeland system was 65,000 barrels per day. South Saskatchewan: The company owns a 100% interest in the South Saskatchewan system. This system consists of a 160 mile, 16-inch mainline from Cantuar to Regina, Saskatchewan and 186 miles of 4-inch to 12-inch


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