Thread regarding Enbridge Inc. layoffs

Calgary we got a problem - Texas Permian basin just started shipping 900,000 Bpd

EPIC’s 24’ line and and Plains Cactus II 26’ line started shipping to the Port of Corpus Christi 900,000 bpd. If line 3 & 5 ever get past legal hurdles will there be market for it?

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh

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Back To the point of the original post - Alberta has extended its reduced quota again - Due to lack of pipe line capacity to move the product - EMBRIDGE IS A UTILITY:FREIGJT company - If there is not a lot of oil running down the pipeline there’s not a lot of revenue? Am I right on this? I see the stock slip below 33 today

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-4eti

Infrastructure planning does not plan ruptures. We are the driving force behind liquid pipelines, the bridge between commercial and technical that brings everything together. We are the critical talent that understands both the technical knowledge in the liquids system and the commercial drivers behind them. We come up with ideas to optimize Enbridge assets and manage everyone to turn it into real results. Groups like ipeth, CCO Optimization, risk, capman, asset performance, project execution would not have jobs if it wasn't for us. We create ideas, and projects to bring more revenue for Enbridge and that creates jobs for everyone who works on the projects we manage. Our value to the company can not be understated.

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-4fuz

So when are you all planning the next line rupture and where, so we can let folks know ahead of time?

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-4aks

If you showed a lot of promise earlier in life - like went to a top school and graduated top of your class - the last place you’d want to work is Infrastructure Planning. It’s a field that won’t even exist someday soon and most people would find to depressing to spend their lives working on projects that are repeatedly protested and politicked right out of existence. LOL

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-2fow

Infrastructure Planning is top talent? I can't tell if this is a joke or serious.

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-2drz

Permian is light oil, WCSB is heavy. Most NA refiners need heavy, not light.

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-1nzc

Enbridge's Infrastructure Planning group is the top talent in the entire company buddy.

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-1ysc

Sounds like they both have an infrastructure planning group that actually does some work instead of just pumping hot air

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-1iwk

Amen

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Post ID: @10HeLnTh-1yxy

Sounds like they both have an infrastructure planning group that actually does some work instead of just pumping hot air

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