Enbridge Discriminates On Pipeline Capacity, FERC Told

Law360, New York (March 8, 2013, 3:58 PM EST) -- Ten oil companies on Tuesday urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to block Enbridge Energy LP’s allocation method used on its Mainline pipeline system, saying companies on secondary lines had been given an unfairly large share of available capacity.

According to the companies — led by ExxonMobil Canada Energy and associate Imperial Oil — Enbridge had wrongly interpreted and unfairly implemented its tariff for the Mainline pipeline system to allow for crude oil deliveries to connecting pipelines to be uncapped, while maintaining “historical-based” caps on deliveries...
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