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Natural Gas Pipelines

Canadian Pipelines

1   NGTL SystemExisting: 24,525 kilometre (15,239 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline receives, transports and delivers natural gas within Alberta and B.C., and connects with the Canadian Mainline, Foothills system and third party pipelines.

2   Canadian MainlineExisting: 14,114 kilometre (8,770 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from the Alberta/Saskatchewan border and the Ontario/U.S. border to serve eastern Canada and interconnects to the U.S.

3   FoothillsExisting: 1,241 kilometre (771 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from central Alberta to the U.S. border for export to the U.S. Midwest, Pacific northwest, California and Nevada.

4   Trans Quebec & Maritimes(TQM)Existing: 572 kilometre (355 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline connects with the Canadian Mainline near the Ontario/Québec border to transport natural gas to the Montréal to Québec City corridor, and connects with the Portland pipeline system that serves the northeast U.S.

U.S. Pipelines

5   ANR PipelineExisting: 15,109 kilometre (9,388 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from supply basins to markets throughout the mid west and south to the Gulf of Mexico.

5a   ANR Regulated Natural Gas StorageExisting: 250 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of U.S. regulated underground natural gas storage service from facilities located in Michigan.

6   BisonExisting: 487 kilometre (303 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming to Northern Border in North Dakota.

7   Gas Transmission Northwest (GTN)Existing: 2,178 kilometre (1,353 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) and the Rocky Mountains to Washington, Oregon and California. Connects with Tuscarora and Foothills Pipelines.

8   Great LakesExisting: 3,404 kilometre (2,115 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline connects with the Canadian Mainline near Emerson, Manitoba and St Clair, Ontario, plus interconnects with ANR Pipeline at Crystal Falls and Farwell in Michigan, to transport natural gas to Eastern Canada, and the U.S. upper Midwest.

9   IroquoisExisting: 666 kilometre (414 mile)	U.S. natural gas pipeline connects with Canadian Mainline near Waddington, New York to deliver natural gas to customers in the U.S. northeast.

10   North BajaExisting: 138 kilometre (86 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports natural gas between Arizona and California, and connects with a third-party pipeline on the California/Mexico border.

11   Northern BorderExisting: 2,265 kilometre (1,407 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) and Rockies natural gas with connections to Foothills and Bison Pipelines to U.S. Midwest markets.

12   PortlandExisting: 474 kilometre (295 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline connects with TQM Pipeline near East Hereford, Québec, to deliver natural gas to customers in the U.S. northeast.

13   TuscaroraExisting: 491 kilometre (305 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from GTN Pipeline at Malin, Oregon, to markets in northeastern California and northwestern Nevada.

14   TC OffshoreExisting: 958 kilometre (595 mile) U.S. natural gas pipeline gathers and transports natural gas within the Gulf of Mexico with a subsea pipeline and seven offshore platforms to connect in Louisiana with our ANR pipeline system.

Mexican Pipelines

15   GuadalajaraExisting: 310 kilometre (193 mile) Mexican natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from Manzanillo, Colim,a to Guadalajara, Jalisco.

16   TamazucnchaleExisting: 365 kilometre (227 mile) Mexican natural gas pipeline transports natural gas from Naranjos, Veracruz in east central Mexico to Tamazunchale, San Luis Potosi and on to to El Sauz, Queretaro.

Under Construction

17   Mazatlan PipelineUnder construction: 413 kilometre (257 mile) Mexican natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas from El Oro to Mazatlan, Sinaloa in Mexico. Will connect to the Topolobampo Pipeline at El Oro.

18   Topolobampo PipelineUnder construction: 530 kilometre (329 mile) Mexican natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas to Topolobampo, Sinaloa, from interconnects with third party pipelines in El Oro, Sinaloa and El Encino, Chihuahua in Mexico.

In Development

19   Alaska LNG PipelineIn development: 1,448 kilometre* (900 mile) U.S. Natural gas pipeline to transport natural gas from Prudhoe Bay to LNG facilities in Nikiski, Alaska.

20   Coastal GasLinkIn development: 670 kilometre* (416 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas from the Montney gas producing region at an expected interconnect on NGTL System near Dawson Creek, B.C., to LNG Canada’s proposed LNG facility near Kitimat, B.C.

21   Prince Rupert Gas TransmissionIn development: 900 kilometre* (559 mile) Canadian natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas from the North Montney gas producing region at an expected interconnect on NGTL System near Fort St. John, B.C. to the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG facility near Prince Rupert, B.C.

22   North Montney MainlineIn development: 301 kilometre* (187 mile)	Canadian natural gas pipeline extension of the NGTL System to receive natural gas from the North Montney gas producing region and connect to NGTL’s existing Groundbirch Mainline and the proposed Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project.

23   Merrick MainlineIn development 260 kilometre* (161 mile)	Canadian natural gas pipeline to deliver natural gas from NGTL System's existing Groundbirch Mainline near Dawson Creek, B.C. to its end point near the community of Summit Lake, B.C.

24   Eastern MainlineIn development: 245 kilometre* (152 mile)	Canadian natural gas pipeline with various pipeline and compression facilities expected to be added in the Eastern Triangle of the Canadian Mainline to meet the requirements of the existing shippers as well as new firm service requirements following the conversion of components of the Mainline to facilitate the Energy East project.

Liquids Pipelines

Canadian/U.S. Pipelines

25   Keystone Pipeline SystemExisting: 4,247 kilometre (2,639 mile) Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline transports crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to U.S. markets at Wood River and Patoka Illinois, Cushing, Oklahoma, and Port Arthur, Texas.

26   Cushing MarketlinkExisting: U.S. liquids pipeline transports crude oil from the market hub at Cushing, Oklahoma, to the Port Arthur, Texas, refining market on facilities that form part of the Keystone Pipeline System.

Under Construction

27   Houston LateralUnder construction: 77 kilometre (48 mile) U.S. liquids pipeline to extend the Keystone Pipeline System to the Houston, Texas, refining market.

28   Houston TerminalUnder construction:  U.S. crude oil terminal located at Houston, Texas.

29   Keystone Hardisty TerminalUnder construction: Canadian crude oil terminal located at Hardisty, Alberta, providing western Canadian producers with crude oil batch accumulation tankage and access to the Keystone Pipeline System.

30   Grand Rapids PipelineUnder construction: 460 kilometre (287 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil and diluent between the producing area northwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and the Edmonton/Heartland, Alberta. market region.

31   Northern Courier PipelineUnder construction: 90 kilometre (56 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport bitumen and diluent between the Fort Hills mine site and Suncor Energy’s terminal located north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.

In Development

32   Bakken MarketlinkIn development: U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from the Williston Basin producing region in North Dakota and Montana to Cushing, Oklahoma, on facilities that form part of Keystone XL.

33   Keystone XLIn development: 1,897 kilometre (1,179 mile) Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to Steele City, Nebraska, to expand capacity of the Keystone Pipeline System.

34   Heartland PipelineIn development: 200 kilometre (125 mile)	Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from the Edmonton/Heartland, Alberta, region to facilities in Hardisty, Alberta.

35   TC TerminalsIn development: Canadian liquids pipeline terminal in Hardisty, Alberta.

36   Energy East PipelineIn development: 4,600 kilometre (2,850 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from western Canada to eastern Canadian refineries and export markets.

37   Upland PipelineIn development: 460 kilometre (285 mile)	Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from, and between, multiple points in North Dakota and interconnect with the Energy East Pipeline at Moosomin, Saskatchewan.

Liquids Pipelines

Canadian/U.S. Pipelines

25   Keystone Pipeline SystemExisting: 4,247 kilometre (2,639 mile) Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline transports crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to U.S. markets at Wood River and Patoka Illinois, Cushing, Oklahoma, and Port Arthur, Texas.

26   Cushing MarketlinkExisting: U.S. liquids pipeline transports crude oil from the market hub at Cushing, Oklahoma, to the Port Arthur, Texas, refining market on facilities that form part of the Keystone Pipeline System.

Under Construction

27   Houston LateralUnder construction: 77 kilometre (48 mile) U.S. liquids pipeline to extend the Keystone Pipeline System to the Houston, Texas, refining market.

28   Houston TerminalUnder construction:  U.S. crude oil terminal located at Houston, Texas.

29   Keystone Hardisty TerminalUnder construction: Canadian crude oil terminal located at Hardisty, Alberta, providing western Canadian producers with crude oil batch accumulation tankage and access to the Keystone Pipeline System.

30   Grand Rapids PipelineUnder construction: 460 kilometre (287 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil and diluent between the producing area northwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta, and the Edmonton/Heartland, Alberta. market region.

31   Northern Courier PipelineUnder construction: 90 kilometre (56 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport bitumen and diluent between the Fort Hills mine site and Suncor Energy’s terminal located north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.

In Development

32   Bakken MarketlinkIn development: U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from the Williston Basin producing region in North Dakota and Montana to Cushing, Oklahoma, on facilities that form part of Keystone XL.

33   Keystone XLIn development: 1,897 kilometre (1,179 mile) Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to Steele City, Nebraska, to expand capacity of the Keystone Pipeline System.

34   Heartland PipelineIn development: 200 kilometre (125 mile)	Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from the Edmonton/Heartland, Alberta, region to facilities in Hardisty, Alberta.

35   TC TerminalsIn development: Canadian liquids pipeline terminal in Hardisty, Alberta.

36   Energy East PipelineIn development: 4,600 kilometre (2,850 mile) Canadian liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from western Canada to eastern Canadian refineries and export markets.

37   Upland PipelineIn development: 460 kilometre (285 mile) Canadian/U.S. liquids pipeline to transport crude oil from, and between, multiple points in North Dakota and interconnect with the Energy East Pipeline at Moosomin, Saskatchewan.

Energy

Canadian - Western Power

38   Bear CreekNatural Gas Power Generation: 80 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Grande Prairie, Alberta.

39   CarselandNatural Gas Power Generation: 80 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Carseland, Alberta.

40   Coolidge1Natural Gas Power Generation: 575 Megawatts (MW) simple-cycle peaking  natural gas facility at Coolidge, Arizona.

41   Mackay RiverNatural Gas Power Generation: 165 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Fort McMurray, Alberta.

42   RedwaterNatural Gas Power Generation: 40 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Redwater, Alberta.

43   Sheerness PPACoal Power Purchase Arrangement: 756 Megawatts (MW) coal power output contracted under Power Purchase Arrangement (PPA) at Hanna, Alberta.

44   Sundance A PPACoal Power Purchase Arrangement: 560 Megawatts (MW) coal power output contracted under Power Purchase Arrangement (PPA) at Wabamun, Alberta.

44   Sundance B PPACoal Power Purchase Arrangement: 353 Megawatts (MW) coal power output contracted under Power Purchase Arrangement (PPA) at Wabamun, Alberta.

Canadian - Eastern Power

45   BécancourNatural Gas Power Generation: 40 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Redwater, Alberta.

46   Cartier WindWind Power Generation: 365 Megawatts (MW) from five wind power projects in Gaspésie, Québec.

47  GrandviewNatural Gas Power Generation: 90 Megawatts (MW) cogeneration natural gas plant at Saint John, New Brunswick.

48   Halton HillsNatural Gas Power Generation: 683 Megawatts (MW) combined-cycle natural gas plant at Halton Hills, Alberta.

49   Portlands EnergyNatural Gas Power Generation: 275 Megawatts (MW) combined-cycle natural gas plant at Toronto, Ont.

50   Ontario Solar (8 Facilities)Solar Power Generation: 76 Megawatts (MW) solar facility at Toronto, Ontario.

Bruce Power

51   Bruce ANuclear Power Generation: 1,467 Megawatts (MW) nuclear facility with four operating reactors at Tiverton, Ontario.

51   Bruce BNuclear Power Generation: 1,022 Megawatts (MW) nuclear facility with four operating reactors at Tiverton, Ontario.

U.S. Power

52  Kibby WindWind Power Generation: 132 Megawatts (MW) wind farm in Kibby and Skinner Townships in Main.

53   Ocean State PowerNatural Gas Power Generation: 560 Megawatts (MW) combined-cycle natural gas plant at Burrillville, Rhode Island

54   RavenswoodNatural Gas Power Generation: 2,480 Megawatts (MW) natural gas and oil multiple unit generating facility using dual fuel capable steam turbine, combined cycle and combustion turbine technology at Queens, New York.

55   TC HydroHydro Power Generation: 583 Megawatts (MW) of power from 13 hydroelectric facilities, including stations and associated dams and reservoirs at New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts (on the Connecticut and Deerfield river).

Unregulated Natural Gas Storage

56   CrossAltaUnregulated Natural Gas Storage: 68 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of underground natural gas storage connected to the NGTL System, at Crossfield, Alberta.

57   EdsonUnregulated Natural Gas Storage: 50 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of underground natural gas storage connected to the NGTL System, at Edson, Alberta.

Under Construction

58   Napanee Under construction: 900 Megawatts (MW) combined-cycle natural gas plant at Greater Napaneee, Ontario.