Upland Oil Pipeline
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Upland Oil Pipeline is a cancelled oil pipeline in Canada and the United States.
The pipeline would have run from Williston, North Dakota, to Moosomin, Saskatchewan.
- Operator: TransCanada
- Current capacity:
- Proposed capacity: 300,000 barrels per day
- Length: 386 kilometers (240 miles)
- Status: Cancelled
- Start Year: 2020
The Upland Pipeline Project was a proposed 240 mile (386 km) pipeline system, to transport Williston Basin crude oil from North Dakota to near the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border in Canada. It is planned to have a capacity of 300,000 barrels per day, and be commissioned in 2020. As of 2017 sponsor TransCanada is applying for permits.
Articles and resources
- Upland Oil Pipeline, TransCanada website, accessed September 2017
- "TransCanada No Longer Pursuing Upland Pipeline Project" U.S. News, accessed June 2018