Enbridge Line 11 Oil Pipeline
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Enbridge Line 11 Oil Pipeline is a curde oil and liquids pipeline in the Enbridge Pipeline System that conveys petroleum within Ontario, Canada.
The pipeline runs from Enbridge’s Westover Station, near Hamilton, Ontario to Nanticoke, Ontario.
- Operator: Enbridge
- Owner: Enbridge
- Parent company: Enbridge
- Capacity: 117,000 barrels per day
- Length: 76 kilometers (47 miles)
- Diameter: 16-inches, 20-inches
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 1971
- Associated infrastructure:
The 47-mile long pipeline was constructed in 1971.
From October 2014 to February 2015, Enbridge constructed a 3.2-km replacement segment on Line 11. Work was completed in February 2015.