Enbridge (ENB) has closed two major oil pipelines serving Canada's oil sands region after 750...


Enbridge (ENB) has closed two major oil pipelines serving Canada's oil sands region after 750 barrels of synthetic oil leaked from a pipeline connected to CNOOC's (CEO) Long Lake project. Enbridge is investigating the cause of the spillage and hasn't said when it will open the pipelines, which have a combined capacity of 695,000 bpd. One factor could be the heavy rains in the area.

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  • Blue22
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    So Nexen sells to China CEO, which soon springs a leak near their link to ENB,s main pipeline. Legacy Oil and Gas has a sour gas rupture at about the same time. Enbridge has to close two other pipelines while investigating.

     

    What are the chances all this should happen just when Enbridge is trying to build a critical pipeline system to the coast, which would allow Canada to ship LNG and other products in a direct line to Asia where they pay top dollar. With Obama stomping on TRP's Keystone XL Pipeline to the Gulf Coast it looks like Canada may have to sell most of their resources to China just to survive! But the air will be cleaner. Oh year, the Chinese will be doing the drilling and piping. What could go wrong?
    23 Jun 2013, 12:39 PM Reply Like
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