Chicap Oil Pipeline
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Chicap Pipeline is a crude oil pipeline in Illinois, USA.
The pipeline runs from Patoka, Illinois to Manhattan/Mokena, Illinois; from Mokena to Lemont, Illinois; and from Mokena to Blue Island, Illinois.
- Operator: BP
- Owner: Enbridge (43.8%)
- Capacity: 460,000 barrels per day
- Length: 239 miles / 384.6 kilometers
- Diameter: 14-inches, 16-inches, 26-inches
- Status: Operating
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The Chicap Pipeline consists of 203 miles of 26-inch-diameter mainline from Patoka, IL to Manhattan/Mokena, IL; 12 miles of 16-inch-diameter pipe from Mokena to Lemont, IL; and 15 miles of 14-inch-line from Mokena to Blue Island, IL. Enbridge has a 43.8-percent ownership interest in the pipeline, which is operated by BP.
Articles and resources
- Enbridge’s Energy Infrastructure Assets Enbrdige, July 22, 2020