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Stampede Oil Pipeline
The Stampede Oil Pipeline project consists of an 18-inch-diameter offshore crude oil pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico connecting the planned Stampede development, operated by Hess, to an existing third-party system.
The 16-mile (26-km) pipeline will originate in Green Canyon Block 468, at an estimated depth of 3,500 feet.
Enbridge is constructing the Stampede Oil Pipeline, an 18-inch 26 kilometre (16 miles) crude oil pipeline which will originate in Green Canyon Block 468, located about 220 miles southwest of New Orleans, Louisiana, in depths of up to 1,070 meters (3,500 feet) of water. Enbridge will own and operate the pipeline, transporting crude oil from the planned Stampede development to an existing third party system.
The Stampede Oil Pipeline is expected to be operational by 2018 at an approximate cost of $0.13-billion.
Enbridge's Offshore Pipelines division can be reached at 1-713-821-2000.
- Type: Offshore crude oil pipeline
- Status: Under construction
- Length: 16 miles (26 km)
- Expected in-service date: 2018
- Expected initial capacity: 100,000 barrels per day
- Estimated to transport: Crude oil
- Estimated capital cost: $200 million