Argus Crude Insights: TMX pipeline

Author Argus

In the this episode of the Argus Crude Insights video series, VP of Crude Oil Jeff Kralowetz, takes a deep dive on Canada’s $31 billion Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline project.

Schedule to begin operate in March 2024, the TMX pipeline expansion is expected to  move nearly 900,000 barrels of crude oil each from Western Canada’s pipeline hub in Edmonton. How much of this crude will hit the water? And how many barrels will hit the US West Coast?

The Argus Americas Crude service provides market information and price transparency to the rapidly growing US Gulf coast markets as well as to markets in the US midcontinent, US west coast, Canada, South America and other pricing centres in the Americas. Learn more.

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