Lloydminster-Hardisty Oil Pipeline
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Lloydminster-Hardisty Oil Pipeline is an oil pipeline in Canada.
The pipeline originates in Lloydminster, Alberta, and terminates in Hardisty, Alberta.
- Operator: Husky Energy
- Current capacity: 90,573 barrels per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 80 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year:
In August 2006, Husky Energy announced a CAN$100 million planned expansion of the Lloydminster-Hardisty pipeline. The first phase of the project involved installing two 20-km sections of 24-inch pipe and associated pumps. The second phase involved installing 40 km of 24-inch pipe from Lloydminster to Wainwright, as well as upgrades to pumps and installing equipment at the terminals and pumping station.
Articles and resources
- Lloydminster-Hardisty Oil Pipeline, A Barrel Full, accessed September 2017
- Pipelines Background, Lloydminster Heavy Oil, accessed February 2019
- Husky Expands Lloydminster to Hardisty Mainline Pipeline System, Husky Energy, 28 Aug. 2017