Sandpiper Crude Oil Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Tioga, North Dakota
  • Destination: Superior, Wisconsin
  • Ownership: Enbridge
  • Website:
  • Length: kilometres (610 miles)
  • Capacity: 325,000 barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type: Bakken

Brief Description

  • A nearly 610-mile, 24-inch or larger diameter interstate pipeline from the Beaver Lodge Station south of Tioga, North Dakota to an existing terminal owned by an Enbridge affiliate in Superior, Wisconsin.
  • The Project’s initial capacity will be 225,000 barrels per day (bpd) to the Enbridge Clearbrook Oil Terminal, Minnesota and 375,000 bpd to Superior.
  • The new line will serve as a twin to the existing 210,000 bpd North Dakota System mainline, which now terminates at the Clearbrook Terminal
  • The pipeline will interconnect with High Plains Crude Oil Pipeline

Pipeline Status

  • Planned
  • Completion expected in 2016


  • 2013 - FERC denies Enbridge request for its proposed rate structure
  • 2013 - Marathon Petroleum Corporation signed an agreement to become an anchor shipper

Other Information

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  1. Project Webpage
  2. Commissioner Tony Clark Statement on Enbridge Pipelines
  3. Enbridge to Invest $6.2 Billion in Light Oil Market Access Program
  4. Enbridge's $2.6 Billion Sandpiper Project Secures Anchor Shipper, Reinforcing Light Oil Market Access Program
  5. Marathon Petroleum Corporation Commits to Sandpiper Project

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