Work was halted Aug. 20, 2014, when MEG Energy Corp. refused to permit Canexus to perform previously scheduled work into an MEG pipeline
CALGARY—Canexus Corp. will restart construction to tie-in the Cold Lake pipeline system from Lamont Station into a pipeline operated by MEG Energy Corp.
The move follows a court decision to enforce a pipeline agreement between MEG and Canexus.
Work was halted Aug. 20, 2014, when MEG refused to permit Canexus to perform previously scheduled coldtap/cut work into the MEG pipeline.
Construction to perform this tie-in is expected to begin Sept. 9. Commission and start-up of the pipeline system for Cold Lake Blend product delivery to the Canexus’ North American Terminal Operations (NATO) unit train facility.
“NATO is a state-of-the-art, strategically located asset that provides our customers with a viable way to move their products to multiple markets. Once the tie-in work is completed, we will resume loading unit trains and expect to ramp-up operations to our contracted capacity of six to seven unit trains per week,” said Doug Wonnacott, Canexus president and CEO.