Plains Midstream Now Expanding Formerly Leaked Pipeline

Years after two large oil spills and a $1.3 million fine, Plains Midstream Canada has recently announced plans to expand its Rangeland crude oil pipeline that spreads from Edmonton, Alberta to the U.S. Border.

Plains Midstream Canada’s plans include doubling capacity between Edmonton and Sundre to 100,000 bpd and increasing their system that starts in Sundre and continues south to the border from 20,000 bpd to 100,000. These expansions will be subject to acquiring permits and regulatory approvals and are set to begin minor services later in 2019 and full services in 2021. The new expansions should connect to projects in Montana and Wyoming and eventually deliver crude Canadian oil to Texas.

Plains Midstream's website states that the company has spent $110 million on environmental cleanup efforts for both of their oil spills in 2011 and 2012.

Source: BNN Bloomberg

Pembina Announces Plan for Additional Infrastructure, Capacity for Proposed Phase V Pipeline

Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced today that it is adding infrastructure and capacity to its previously announced Phase V pipeline expansion in order to accommodate incremental volume commitments from customers.

Pembina said it is also revising its capital cost estimate for the pipeline by an additional $135 million, bringing the total estimated cost to $385 million.

Since the pipeline expansion was first announced in April of this year, Pembina has received an additional 30,000 barrels per day in additional volume commitments.

Phase V is designed to address capacity constraints between Lator and Fox Creek, Alberta, Canada. Pembina still estimates that the pipeline will be in servce by late-2018.

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