Enbridge is holding an open season for transportation services through a major Canadian pipeline system.
The Canadian Mainline is a 2,306 km portion of Enbridge’s North American pipeline network, transporting crude oil from Edmonton, Alberta to Montreal.
According to Enbridge, 100 per cent of the pipeline’s transportation capacity is currently available to shippers on a spot, or uncommitted, basis.
The competitive tolling settlement that governs transportation tolls on the mainline will expire on 30 June 2021.
The open season gives shippers the opportunity to enter into long-term contracts for priority transportation service on the Canadian Mainline, with at least 10 per cent of capacity reserved for uncommitted volumes at all times.
Following completion of the Line 3 Replacement project, the capacity of the Canadian Mainline will be more than 3.2 million bbl/d, 2.9 million of that will be contracted.
The open season started on 2 August and will close on 2 October 2019.
For more information visit the Enbridge website.
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