Opening inventories of crude oil and equivalent products held in pipelines and terminals totalled 12.3 million cubic metres in February.
Receipts from fields down
The amount of crude oil and equivalent products that oil pipelines received from Canadian fields and plants was 20.5 million cubic metres in February. Of this volume, 97% (or more than 19 out of every 20 barrels) came from Alberta and Saskatchewan. An additional 2.3 million cubic metres was imported from the United States
Oil pipelines exported 13.6 million cubic metres of crude oil and equivalent products to the United States in February. Meanwhile, 6.9 million cubic metres was sent to Canadian refineries, of which western refineries received 60.5% and Ontario and Quebec refineries received 39.5%.
In February, closing inventories of crude oil and equivalent products totalled 12.8 million cubic metres.
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