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Gibson continues expansion at Hardisty

Gibson continues expansion at Hardisty

Gibson Energy announced plans to construct 1.1 million barrels of new storage capacity at its Hardisty Terminal, located about 200 km SE of Edmonton, Alberta. 

Two 300,000 barrel tanks and one 500,000 barrel tank are expected to be placed into service by the third quarter of 2019, increasing Gibson's total capacity at Hardisty to 10 million barrels. CEO Steve Spaulding says the expansion will help the company keep up with additional output from the oil sands, expected to grow another 800,000 bbl/day by 2021.

 

HARDISTY STORAGE TERMINAL (COURTESY GIBSON ENERGY)

 

Gibson's Hardisty terminal connects to the Keystone, Express and Bow River South pipelines, as well as Enbridge's Lines 2, 3, 4, and 67.

Minnesota asks Enbridge: What's in it for us?

Minnesota asks Enbridge: What's in it for us?

TransCanada hits the pause button on Energy East

TransCanada hits the pause button on Energy East

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