Woodland Pipeline Project
Enbridge has successfully constructed and hydro tested the Woodland Pipeline. Although the construction of the Woodland Pipeline is complete, final restoration of the land above the pipeline is still ongoing. Enbridge staff and environmental consultants will be completing restoration and monitoring activities throughout 2013 and beyond. Now that the Woodland Pipeline is ready for service, it becomes part of our Athabasca System.
Beginning April 2013, the Woodland Pipeline Project toll-free number will be disconnected. In the future, please use the contact information provided below to reach an Enbridge representative.
- Emergency Number: 1.888.813.6844
- For general information about Enbridge please call: 1.780.420.5210. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For questions regarding Enbridge easement agreements, general operations, or any construction within the pipeline right-of-way, please call toll-free: 1.877.449.2689
- If you are planning any ground disturbance anywhere, don’t forget to Call Before You Dig. Call Alberta One toll-free at 1.800.242.3447 to request the location of any buried services.Emergency Number: 1.888.813.6844 For general information about Enbridge please call: 1.780.420.5210 Or email: email@example.com For questions regarding Enbridge easement agreements, general operations, or any construction within the pipeline right-of-way, please call toll-free: 1.877.449.2689 If you are planning any ground disturbance anywhere, don’t forget to Call Before You Dig. Call Alberta One toll-free at 1.800.242.3447 to request the location of any buried services.
Enbridge was chosen by Imperial Oil Ltd. to build a pipeline to transport blended bitumen between the Kearl oil sands project and Enbridge’s existing Cheecham Terminal which connects with existing pipeline transportation systems. The Cheecham Terminal is approximately 70 km south of Fort McMurray. The project scope included:
- One pump station at the Kearl oil sands project pipeline initiation point.
- Approximately 140 km pipeline with a diameter of up to 914 millimetres (36 inches) to transport blended bitumen from the Kearl project site to Enbridge Pipelines (Athabasca) Inc. existing Cheecham Terminal approximately 70 km south of Fort McMurray. An initial pipeline capacity of approximately 200,000 barrels-per-day (bpd) will be required for Phase 1 of the Kearl project.
- Construction and operation of two 300,000-barrel tanks and related pumps and meters at Cheecham Terminal, where the new pipeline connects to the Waupisoo Pipeline.
The 380-km Waupisoo Pipeline is an existing Enbridge Pipelines Inc. pipeline system designed to carry petroleum products south from Cheecham Terminal to Edmonton-area terminals.