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March 21, 2013
12:41 EDTENBEnbridge to provide pipeline, terminaling services to proposed AOC project
Enbridge announced that it has entered into an agreement to provide pipeline and terminaling services to the proposed Athabasca Oil Corporation Hangingstone Oil Sands Project. The Hangingstone Project will be the ninth oil sands project to be connected to Enbridge's regional system. Enbridge will construct a new 50-kilometer, 16-inch diameter pipeline from the Hangingstone Project to Enbridge's Cheecham Terminal, as well as completing modifications at Cheecham to support the incremental production. The project has an estimated cost of up to approximately $200M subject to finalization of scope, which will provide an initial capacity of 16,000 barrels per day with provisions for expansion to accommodate up to a further 60,000 bpd from Phase 2 which is committed to the Enbridge regional system if sanctioned. The Phase I facilities are expected to be in service in the latter half of 2015. Under the terms of the agreement, Enbridge will also provide pipeline transportation services to Edmonton on its Regional Oil Sands System for up to 16,000 bpd of diluted bitumen produced from Phase 1 of the Hangingstone Project. The initial term of the pipeline and terminaling agreement is 25 years, with AOC having the right to extend the agreement in successive five-year terms for a total contract life of 45 years. Enbridge foresees filing an application with the Energy Resources Conservation Board and other regulatory authorities in May. Subject to the receipt of regulatory and environmental approvals, it is anticipated that the Project would begin right-of-way clearing in early 2014 and pipeline construction in the winter of 2014/2015.
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September 22, 2014
17:13 EDTENBEnbridge to transfer $1.76B of assets to Enbridge Income Fund
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September 18, 2014
12:28 EDTENBEnbridge Energy drop down from Enbridge a net postive, says Wells Fargo
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September 17, 2014
08:12 EDTENBEnbridge Energy receives $900M drop down proposal from Enbridge
Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP) has received a proposal initiated by Enbridge (ENB) through Enbridge Energy Company, EEP's general partner, under which Enbridge would drop down its 66.7% interest in the U.S. segment of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline to EEP for aggregate consideration of approximately $900M. The proposed consideration includes cash of approximately $300M, plus approximately $600M of a new Class E limited partner equity units to be issued to Enbridge by EEP. The proposed terms would not require EEP to issue any equity in the public market. The board of Enbridge Energy Management, the delegate of Enbridge, has appointed a special committee comprised of independent directors to review the proposal. Its acceptance is subject to the review and favorable recommendation by the special committee and final approval by the board. The drop down transaction is targeted to close by the end of 2014. The proposed contribution value corresponds to an approximate 11 times multiple of expected 2015 EBITDA. Alberta Clipper earns a stable cost of service return, which is not subject to variations in throughput or operating costs. EEP estimates that the proposed drop down is expected to be immediately accretive to distributable cash flow per unit by approximately 3%.
08:02 EDTENBEnbridge proposes to transfer $900M asset to Enbridge Energy
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