Manito (Saskatchewan) is a dual pipeline system comprised of the Manito pipeline, the North Saskatchewan pipeline, and the Bodo/Cactus Lake pipeline. Each system consists of a blended crude oil line and a parallel line that delivers condensate, also called diluent, to upstream locations for blending with heavy crude oil. The diluent lines originate at PMC's Kerrobert Terminal, where the blended crude oil also delivers.
Rainbow system (Alberta) is made up of two pipelines, Rainbow I and Rainbow II. Rainbow I carries light sweet and heavy crude oil while Rainbow II transports condensate (diluent). Rainbow II originates in Edmonton, where the light sweet and heavy crude oil also delivers from Rainbow I.
Rangeland system (Alberta) consists of a mainline and gathering pipelines that transport NGL mix, condensate, light sweet crude and light sour crude. The Rangeland system has the ability to deliver north to Edmonton, or south to PADD IV refiners.
South Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan) is comprised of a mainline and gathering system that transports heavy crude oil to the PMC Regina Terminal.
Co-Ed NGL system (Alberta) gathers NGL from approximately 35 field gas processing plants, delivering to the PMC Fort Saskatchewan fractionation and storage complex.
Plains Petroleum Transmission Company (PPTC) system (Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) consists of a mainline that transports NGL, providing service to producers in Western Canada and NGL customers throughout Canada and the northern U.S.. The pipeline stretches from the Empress Terminal in Alberta through Regina, Saskatchewan and to the Fort Whyte Terminal in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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