Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline expansion nears completion

Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline expansion nears completion

4:44 AM, 3rd January 2013
Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline expansion nears completion

HOUSTON, US: Seaway Crude Oil Pipeline Company LLC, 50/50 joint venture owned by Enterprise Products Partners and Enbridge, announced that final work is being performed in preparation for the increase in capacity from approximately 150,000 barrels per day (bpd) to approximately 400,000 bpd. In order to complete the remaining pump station connections, transportation service has been suspended on the 500-mile, 30-inch diametre pipeline and is expected to resume operations at full rates by the end of next week.

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