Sandpiper travels east from Beaver Lodge, following Enbridge’s existing system, passing to the north of Minot and crossing into Minnesota south of Grand Forks to Clearbrook. From the new Sandpiper terminal west of Clearbrook, the pipeline will follow an existing pipeline right-of-way south toward Park Rapids. From there, the Sandpiper pipeline will travel east to Superior, following existing electric transmission lines or other infrastructure for much of the route. In total, more than 75 percent of the Sandpiper route is co-located with existing utility rights-of-way.
This map is a rough depiction of the Sandpiper Pipeline route in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
State North Dakota Notice Maps (PDF)
Sandpiper County Maps – North Dakota (PDF files)
Sandpiper County Maps – Minnesota (PDF files)
Sandpiper MN-PUC Information Meeting Notice Overview Map - February 2014 (PDF)
Sandpiper MN-PUC Information Meeting Notice Maps (123 maps of the route west to east) - February 2014 (PDF)
Additional detailed maps of the preliminary route in Minnesota can be viewed on the Sandpiper regulatory page.