12 July 2013 20:52 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Enbridge’s Line 37 crude oil pipeline in northern ?xml:namespace>
The pipelines, along with several others in the region, were shut down on 22 June after torrential rains led to soil movement that damaged Line 37.
Enbridge originally estimated that approximately 750 bbl of crude oil leaked as result of the damage, but late this week revised that figure up to 1,300 bbl. The majority of that oil has been recovered, the company said.
Following the shutdown of the pipelines, the company performed geotechnical and engineering tests on the lines before restarting them, Enbridge said.
On 1 July, Enbridge said it had restarted at reduced pressure the northern segment of the Athabasca between
On 2 July, the company confirmed that it had returned the Wood Buffalo Pipeline (Line 75) between Fort McMurray and Cheecham to service at reduced pressure pending further geotechnical analysis, which has yet to take place.
The Woodland Pipeline (Line 49) between
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