WEX acquired the former Enbridge Line 10 pipeline in June 2020, which Enbridge continued to operate until WEX assumed operatorship in September 2023. The pipeline transports oil from Enbridge Pipeline’s terminal in Westover, Ontario to the United Refining Company’s 78-mile long Kiantone Pipeline in West Seneca, New York to supply the approximately 70,000 barrel per day (“bpd”) refinery in Warren, Pennsylvania.
WEX is committed to preventing damage to people, the environment, and property. The following link directs you to WEX’s Emergency Management Program manual.
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In 2009 the National Energy Board, now the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), set out a process to ensure that funds are in place to meet future abandonment obligations associated with pipelines, as well as processing and other above-ground facilities.
As part of that process, Westover Express maintains a trust to set aside funds to cover those future abandonment costs. Certain Enbridge Pipelines affiliates began collecting, and contributing to the trust, abandonment funds at the beginning of 2015 as the predecessor Certificate holder. Below are audited financial statements for the Line 10 Abandonment Trust, as well as the associated financial reporting forms (Appendix XV), which includes information required by the CER.
Please use the links below to access the financial information related to Line 10 Abandonment Trust.
Kiantone Pipeline Corp. manages the 78-mile-long Kiantone Pipeline from West Seneca, New York to United’s refinery in Warren, Pennsylvania.
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