Conventional Oil Pipelines
Through a total of over 3,700 kilometres of pipeline and over 975,000 barrels of storage, the conventional gathering business transported approximately 176,000 b/d of crude in 2012.
Crude for the conventional systems is gathered from approximately 140 receipt/shipping facilities and 28 truck terminals throughout southern Alberta and southwest Saskatchewan for delivery to key market hubs in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
|System||Type||Length (km)||Delivery Point||Storage Capacity (bbls)||2012 Throughput (b/d)|
|Bow River||Crude oil feeder pipeline & gathering system||2,774||Hardisty, AB
Milk River, AB
|Central Alberta||Crude oil feeder pipeline & gathering system||553||Edmonton, AB||113,700||27,600|
|Mid-Saskatchewan||Crude oil feeder pipeline & gathering system||437||Kerrobert, SK||397,600||41,100|
In This Section
- Operating Areas
- Operations Overview
- Conventional Oil Pipelines
- Oil Sands Transportation
- NGL Extraction
- Bulk Liquid Storage
- New Projects
- Customer Services
- Environmental Health & Safety
- Oil & Gas Terminology
Inter Pipeline Fund made the Venture 250 list, Alberta Venture magazine's 2012 list of the 250 highest grossing Alberta companies.