TransCanada Corp. is looking for additional support for the Keystone Pipeline System. No, not the controversial Keystone XL portion, but the part that has already been serving customers.
The company announced it has launched an open season to offer additional binding commitments to interested parties for transportation of crude oil on the system from Hardisty, Alberta, to markets on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
At more than 2,600 miles, the Keystone Pipeline System is one of the most extensive crude oil pipeline systems in North America and currently delivers to key market locations at Wood River and Patoka, Illinois; Cushing, Oklahoma; and Port Arthur, Texas.
Interested parties may submit binding bids for transportation capacity during the open season that will close on Sept. 2.