These tariffs are regulated by either the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Crude oil and liquids pipelines shippers
Enbridge owns and operates the largest, longest and most complex petroleum pipeline system in the world, with six separate lines connecting western Canada to the United States and further connection to Eastern Canada. We offer our customers economy, flexibility, reliability, safety and innovation in delivering their products to market.
As we move into our seventh decade of operations, we've successfully completed more than five years of capacity expansion from the upstream to the downstream market access segment of the business. The focus for Enbridge now is to make the expanded system perform and deliver value to our customers.
We take pride in working with our customers to understand their needs and business drivers, operating and growing a safe and efficient pipeline system and providing outstanding service every day.
Customer relations and business development contact info for our valued customers.
A summary of selected chemical and physical properties of crude oils and condensates moved in Enbridge's liquids pipelines system.
The CER will be holding a public hearing to consider Enbridge’s application. Those interested in participating must first register online between March 12 and 18, 2020.
Commodity receipt and commodity routing details for Enbridge's Mainline network.