Superior Terminal

Enbridge’s Superior Terminal, built in 1950, has come a long, long way in nearly 70 years. The 550-acre terminal has become a crucial hub for safe, reliable crude oil distribution across the United States. About 20 percent of all daily U.S. crude imports pass through the facility, which has a shell capacity of 12 million barrels.

The Flanagan South and Seaway twinning projects now connect Canadian oilsands supply with heavy-oil refining demand in Houston. More Enbridge expansion projects, including the Line 3 Replacement Program, are slated for the Upper Midwest as part of our plans to transport more light crude from the Bakken region.

And that means Superior Terminal will play an even greater role as we continue to build out much-needed pipeline infrastructure across the continentand help to establish North American energy independence, security, and self-sufficiency.

Wisconsin fact sheets

Learn more about Enbridge in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin history and operations

Today, Enbridge operates approximately 1,552 miles of liquids pipelines in Wisconsin and meets 100 percent of the state’s refinery capacity needs.