Canadian oil firms face toll hikes if they win their fight against Enbridge Inc.’s plan to convert its Mainline into a contract service from a common carrier filled by monthly bookings, the company told the Canada Energy Regulator (CER).
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A second round opened Thursday in a Canadian regulatory duel over proposed conversion of Enbridge Inc.’s oil mainline into a contract transporter after 69 years as an open access common carrier providing service with monthly bookings.
Protesting shippers have won the opening round of their fight against converting Enbridge Inc.’s oil Mainline into a contract transporter after 69 years as an open access common carrier providing service with monthly bookings.
Canada’s second largest oil producer has called for a halt to conversion of the Enbridge Inc. Mainline to long-term delivery contracts from monthly bookings, saying the plan takes unfair advantage of limited pipeline capacity.
From a small start in July, a market test of Canadian demand for long-term oil pipeline delivery contracts expanded Friday across the largest network for cross-country and export flows, the Enbridge Mainline.
Medallion Delaware Express LLC and Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC on Friday launched a binding open season for long-term commitments to support expanded joint tariff service of their pipeline systems in West Texas, where oil production is booming in the Permian Basin.
Natural gas shippers have won a C$1.14 billion ($910 million) toll cut on TransCanada Corp.’s cross-country Mainline after a 10-month dispute over pipeline finance before the National Energy Board (NEB).
After nearly a year of depressed natural gas prices, producers in Alberta and British Columbia (BC) are demanding a C$1.14 billion ($910 million) toll cut on TransCanada Corp.’s Mainline.
FERC on Wednesday gave Rover Pipeline LLC the green light to ramp up part of its second and final phase, bringing the 3.25 Bcf/d Appalachian natural gas takeaway project a step closer to full service, although the authorization was not expected to increase throughput capacity on the pipe.
Rover Pipeline LLC told FERC Friday that it is ready to start up a host of facilities needed for the final phase of the 3.25 Bcf/d natural gas project and asked for authorization to enter service by the last week of April.