Calgary-based Enbridge raises bets on U.S. Gulf Coast LNG, reviews greater This autumn earnings


Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. is elevating its bets on the rising liquefied pure gasoline export sector on the U.S. Gulf Coast by shopping for the pipeline that will provide the proposed Rio Grande LNG export facility.

Enbridge says it has agreed to pay US$15 million to NextDecade Corp. to purchase the pipeline venture, with a further quantity to not exceed US$10 million paid if NextDecade decides to go forward with the LNG terminal within the Port of Brownsville, Texas.

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Enbridge could be chargeable for constructing and working the US$1.2-billion pipeline, which has regulatory approval and capability of as much as four.5 billion cubic ft per day of gasoline.

On a convention name to debate fourth-quarter outcomes on Friday, CEO Al Monaco stated the U.S. Gulf Coast is a key progress area for Enbridge due to its heavy oil refineries and its function as an export hub for mild oil and pure gasoline.

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“We predict the Gulf would be the epicentre of how North America will prosecute its world power benefit, which is hinged on ultra-low-cost provide feeding rising world power demand,” he stated.






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The corporate has additionally struck a deal to provide the Annova LNG facility in Port of Brownsville if it goes forward, via a US$500-million growth of its Valley Crossing pipeline system.

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Enbridge is working with a accomplice to develop a deep-water offshore crude oil export terminal able to loading Very Giant Crude Carriers (VLCCs) on the Gulf Coast and has introduced an oil storage terminal at Houston with final capability of as much as 15 million barrels.



The corporate’s Mainline system, which delivers greater than 60 per cent of Canada’s oil exports into the USA, had report volumes of greater than 2.7 million barrels per day within the fourth quarter and full yr of 2019, Enbridge reported Friday.

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It stated it succeeded in including 100,000 bpd in capability with effectivity and minor expansions by year-end and can transfer forward with a plan so as to add one other 50,000 bpd in the identical approach this yr.

A 50,000 bpd growth of its Categorical Pipeline this yr will imply about 200,000 bpd in new Mainline export capability for western Canadian producers, it added.

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Enbridge reported placing $7-billion value of tasks into service within the fourth quarter, together with the $1.1-billion German Hohe See offshore wind venture, the Grey Oak pipeline in Texas, and the Canadian section of the Line three alternative venture.






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Monaco wouldn’t speculate on whether or not Enbridge will be capable of return to development on the U.S. portion of Line three this summer time after profitable a key Minnesota Public Utilities Fee choice earlier this month. He stated its unclear when sure remaining wanted permits will likely be granted.

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Enbridge reported adjusted earnings of $1.23 billion for the quarter ending Dec. 31, in contrast with $1.17 billion for a similar quarter final yr.


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For the total yr, the corporate says it had adjusted earnings of $5.34 billion, or $2.65 per share, in contrast with $four.57 billion or $2.65 per share for 2018.

Analysts had anticipated full yr adjusted earnings of $5.39 billion or $2.67 per share.

Enbridge shares fell by as a lot as $1.10 or about two per cent to $54.65 in early buying and selling on the Toronto Inventory Change on Friday morning earlier than recovering noon to $55.62, down 13 cents.

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