17 November 2011 19:07 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Enterprise Products and partner Enbridge will “redefine” their plan for the 800,000 bbl/day “Wrangler” pipeline project to ship crude oil from the Cushing oil hub in ?xml:namespace>
The agreement between Enbridge and
“What we are doing is to redefine the scope of the Wrangler project,” Rainey said.
Instead of building a new single long-haul pipeline, as announced in September, the partners will now be using the Seaway reversal, plus potential investments in pipeline looping, to provide the volumes targeted under Wrangler, Rainey said.
The Seaway reversal will have a capacity of 400,000 bbl/day after becoming fully operational in 2013.
The project to reverse the 500-mile (805km) Seaway pipeline would offer
At the same time, the project would provide an outlet for the glut of crude from
At the same time,
As such, the companies are sticking to their original Wrangler concept and its targets, he added.
Enterprise Products is a Houston-based midstream energy firm that provides pipeline, storage and other services to the energy and petrochemicals industries. Enbridge, based in
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