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    Oil to Gulf Coast Rising Despite Keystone Delays

    Enbridge’s Flanagan South pipeline transports oil from Flanagan, Illinois to Cushing, Oklahoma.

    A recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek reports that Alberta oil producers are finding ways to get their product to refineries on the US Gulf Coast despite ongoing delays to the Keystone XL pipeline project. In fact, projections show exports will more than double next year, even without the new pipeline.

    Part of this expansion comes courtesy of two existing pipelines that link Alberta to the Gulf: Enbridge’s Flanagan South and Seaway pipelines, which are expanding their capacity by as much as 450,000 BPD. This significant increase shows that with or without Keystone, Canadian oil producers will continue to find alternative paths to market.

    Click here to read the full article on the Bloomberg website.

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