Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline Temporarily Constrained, but Major Progress Continues With Pump Stations, an Industrial Info News Alert

Thu Feb 14, 2013 6:30am EST

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  SUGAR LAND, TX, Feb 14 (Marketwire) -- 
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The Seaway
crude oil pipeline, a joint-venture project between Enterprise Products
Partners (NYSE:EPD) (Houston, Texas) and Enbridge Incorporated (NYSE:ENB)
(Calgary, Canada), is a major endeavor to relieve the pipeline bottleneck
at Cushing, Oklahoma. By the time the Seaway II pipeline, the
450,000-barrel-per-day (BBL/d) twin of the recently reversed
400,000-BBL/d Seaway I pipeline, is brought online, the system will
provide up to 850,000 BBL/d of crude takeaway capacity, depending on the
mix of heavy and light crude. In the interim, Enterprise is working on
new pump stations for the Seaway II and a 400,000- to 500,000-BBL/d
lateral from its Jones Creek terminal to Enterprise's ECHO terminal,
which is currently being expanded near Houston. 

    Other companies featured: Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX), TransCanada Corporation

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