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On knife's edge: Fate of Canadian oil pipelines hangs in the balance

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24 August 2017

On knife's edge: Fate of Canadian oil pipelines hangs in the balance

Report summary

Our North American Crude Markets Service (NACMS) includes analysis of various supply nodes and forecast takeaway capacities for various regions. The scope of this insight surrounds future West Canadian takeaway capacity. Specifically, it seeks to provide a full-scale background and update on three crucial midstream projects: Keystone XL, Trans Mountain Expansion, and Line 3 Replacement. As 2017 draws to a close and West Canadian production is forecast to grow, all three pipelines have essential regulatory and commercial milestones to reach before they are fully approved and ready to commence construction and operations.

Table of contents

  • TransCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline
  • Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Expansion
  • Enbridge's Line 3 Replacement
  • Effect on future WTI-WCS differential

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Keystone XL timeline
  • Trans Mountain Expansion timeline
  • Line 3 Replacement timeline

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