Line 3 Replacement Program (Canada)

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Maps

Enbridge’s existing Line 3 pipeline, which has been in service since 1968, runs from Edmonton, Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin. The Line 3 Replacement Program will replace the majority of the existing 34-inch-diameter pipeline with a 36-inch-diameter pipeline from Hardisty to Gretna on the Canadian side, and from Neche, N.D., to Superior on the U.S. side. Segments of Line 3 from the Canadian border to Neche, N.D., and near the Minnesota-Wisconsin border to the Superior terminal, are being replaced under separate segment replacement projects. The total length of pipeline replacement is 1,031 miles (1,660 kilometres).

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Detailed Mapping

Detailed route maps for the proposed Line 3 replacement pipeline are included in the Line 3 Replacement application, which is posted on the National Energy Board’s website.

Direct links to these maps are as follows:

  • Comprehensive Index Maps will provide guidance when searching for detailed mapping in specific locations. These Index maps are located here: Document A4E6X5 (Pages 73 through 76) and Document A4E6X6.
  • When you find your location of interest on the Index Map, detailed route maps are (Parts 3 through 18 of Appendix 6) located here: Filing A64179.
  • Comprehensive decommissioning Index Maps are found here: Document A4E7E0
  • When you find your location of interest on the Index Map, detailed route maps are (Parts 3 through 18 of Appendix 6) located here: Filing A64181.