Enbridge imposes new oil pipeline rationing
CALGARY, Alberta Jan 10 (Reuters) - Enbridge Inc has imposed mid-month apportionment on three of its Canada-U.S. oil pipelines, exacerbating an already-tight export capacity situation that has led to deep discounts on Canadian heavy crude oil.
Enbridge said Line 4, between Edmonton, Alberta, and Superior, Wisconsin; and Line 67, between Hardisty, Alberta, and Superior, are apportioned at 10 percent. Line 6A, between Superior and Griffith, Indiana, is apportioned at 16 percent.
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