Pembina Pipeline Launches Open Season on Cochin Pipeline

Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced that PKM Cochin and Pembina Cochin have launched an open season to obtain binding commitments for the transport of light condensate on the Cochin Pipeline.

The open season began Tuesday and closes at 5 p.m. MST on Feb. 18.

Further information regarding the open season is available on the Customer page of Pembina's website or by contacting

The Cochin Pipeline currently transports light condensate from receiving points at Kankakee County, Illinois; Clinton, Iowa; and Maxbass, North Dakota to Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada.

Through the open season, Cochin Canada will make available up to 14,000 barrels per day of committed capacity on the Canadian Segment of the Cochin Pipeline, subject to execution by an interested shipper of a transportation services agreement for requested capacity.

Throughput and deficiency incentive rate service for transportation of light condensate on the U.S. Segment of the Cochin Pipeline from receiving points at Kankakee County, Illinois or Kankakee County, Illinois and Clinton, Iowa will also be made available by Cochin U.S., subject to execution by the interested shipper of a Throughput and Deficiency Agreement. Cochin anticipates that the committed capacity that is the subject of the open season will be made available as early as April 1 and service under the T&D Agreements would be available for commencement at the same time.

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