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The proposed Sandpiper Pipeline Project involves construction of a 616-mile (991-km) crude oil pipeline from Enbridge’s Beaver Lodge Station, near Tioga, ND, to Enbridge’s Superior Terminal, near Superior, WI, along with associated pumping facilities. Sandpiper would measure 24 inches in diameter from Tioga to Enbridge’s Clearbrook Terminal, near Clearbrook, MN, and 30 inches in diameter from Clearbrook to Superior.
North Dakota Pipeline Company LLC is a joint venture between Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P. and Williston Basin Pipe Line LLC, an indirect subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corporation. North Dakota Pipeline Company LLC assets, formerly known as Enbridge Pipelines (North Dakota) LLC, are operated by Enbridge.
The U.S. remains the largest consumer of oil products in the world. As consumers, we depend on safe, reliable energy delivery, as does our nation’s economy. Every day, pipelines deliver the products we need to fuel our lives.
North Dakota Pipeline Company LLC is proposing to build the Sandpiper Pipeline Project. The Project will transport light crude oil from Enbridge’s Beaver Lodge Station, near Tioga, North Dakota, through Clearbrook, Minnesota, to an existing terminal in Superior, Wisconsin. If approved, the Sandpiper Pipeline will:
Since 1949, the cornerstone of our business has been the safe and reliable operation of our energy transportation facilities. We maintain the highest safety standards and best practices to protect our employees, residents and natural resources along our pipelines. Protecting people and the environment is our first priority. We design, construct, operate, and maintain our facilities to comply with or exceed applicable laws and regulations.
Communication with local stakeholders during the planning, permitting and construction of the Sandpiper Pipeline Project is vitally important. For this reason, we regularly reach out to landowners, elected and public officials at all levels of government, and emergency responders, among others. Our outreach activities include one-on-one meetings, newsletters and mailings, and other in-person meetings along the Sandpiper route.
Some of our public meetings and events include:
The Sandpiper Project team encourages those with questions or comments to contact us. We will promptly respond to your inquiry. You may call 1-855-788-7805 toll-free or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For aliitional information regarding our projects in Minnesota, visit MinnesotaProjects.Enbridge.com.