Edmonton to Hardisty Pipeline Project

The Edmonton to Hardisty Pipeline Project involves construction of a 36-inch-diameter crude oil pipeline, running from Edmonton, AB to Hardisty, AB, plus additional tankage and terminal facilities.

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Construction on the Edmonton to Hardisty Pipeline Project began May 2014. The pipeline went into service in March 2015.

The replacement of topsoil and other clean-up activities will take place throughout the late spring and summer months of 2015.

The Project scope includes:

  • Construction of a new 36-inch diameter crude oil pipeline, approximately 181 kilometers in length, from Enbridge’s existing Edmonton Terminal (NW 32-52-23-4) to its existing
  • Hardisty Terminal (NE19-42-9-4, SE 19-42-9-4 and SE 30-42-9-4);
  • A new initiating pump station at Enbridge’s existing Edmonton Terminal;
  • A new pump station at Enbridge’s existing Kingman Station (SE 5-49-20-4);
  • A new pump station at Enbridge’s existing Strome Station (SW 2-46-15-44); and
  • Associated facilities and infrastructure at the Edmonton and Hardisty Terminals.

The pipeline right-of-way (RoW) for the Project is alongside an existing Enbridge pipeline RoW and other linear disturbances for approximately 96.6% of its length.


Contacts:

If you have any questions or concerns or if you require further information regarding this Project or Enbridge’s public involvement process, please call our Project toll-free line 1-877-767-2339 and leave your contact information, or alternatively, send an e-mail to projects@enbridge.com. Calls and e-mails will be responded to promptly.

Media: Please call the Enbridge toll-free media line at: 1-888-992-0997

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Project overview: 

  • Type: Crude oil and liquids pipeline
  • Status: Under construction
  • Length: 111 miles (179 km)
  • Expected in-service date: Late 2015
  • Expected initial capacity: 570,000 barrels per day (expandable to 800,000 bpd)
  • Estimated to transport: Heavy and light crude
  • Estimated capital cost: $1.8 billion

Project Information:

Timeline

Enbridge filed an application in December 2012 seeking regulatory approval from the National Energy Board (NEB) to develop a new crude oil pipeline project.

In January 2014, the NEB recommended the federal government approve Enbridge's Edmonton to Hardisty Pipeline Project. In April 2014, the NEB issued Certificate OC-062 and Order XO-E101-006-2014 for the Project.

Construction on the Edmonton to Hardisty Pipeline Project began in May 2014. The pipeline went into service in March 2015.

The replacement of topsoil and other clean-up activities will take place throughout the late spring and summer months of 2015.