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Manitoba pipeline restored to full capacity

Manitoba pipeline restored to full capacity

WINNIPEG  – Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew announced June 27 the Imperial Oil pipeline in St. Adolphe is now again operating at full capacity.

Imperial Oil decided to shut down the pipeline and make repairs in March after pipeline inspections identified integrity concerns in a section of pipe, a release said.

The province engaged in oversight of the repair work to ensure all precautions were taken to protect the environment and worked closely with suppliers and industry partners to maintain the supply of fuel to the province by rail and truck, the release said.

Provincial inspectors were onsite when Imperial Oil successfully repaired the two fuel lines and restored the pipeline to full operating capacity. 

Alternative fuel deliveries by rail and truck are no longer required. The repair operation was safely completed on schedule without any impacts to the surrounding environment, Kinew said.

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