Athabasca pipeline to handle growing oilsands production

04/26/1999
Main line welding crews, using automatic welding equipment to boost productivity, move ahead through classic Canadian winter conditions installing the Athabasca pipeline. Sandblasting prepares the pipe for re-coating with fusion-bonded epoxy, copolymer adhesive, and a medium-density polyethylene over-jacket. [32,491 bytes] Difficult terrain and routing were overcome by Enbridge Pipelines (Athabasca) Inc., Calgary, to build the first direct pipeline link between the oilsands deposits of northeastern Alberta and Canada's main crude-oil pipeline system. That's according to the company, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Enbridge...
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