Proposed Upland Pipeline
TransCanada is proposing to construct, own, and operate the Upland Pipeline Project to connect Williston Basin crude oil from various production areas in North Dakota, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba to oil transportation connection points near the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border in Canada. The proposed pipeline would begin southwest of Williston, North Dakota, cross the Canada-U.S. border near Flaxton, North Dakota, and end near the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border in Canada.
The Project would transport up to 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day and is scheduled to be in-service in 2020. It would include approximately 400 km (240 miles) of 20-inch pipeline and related facilities, including valve sites, tanks and new pump stations along the proposed route.
For more detailed project information, including updates, refer to our fact sheets:
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