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Houston — Kinder Morgan Canada will limit crude oil nominations on its TransMountain pipeline system by 32% in February, meaning the line will carry 68%of nominated volumes, the company said Friday.

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February volumes on the Trans Mountain mainline system are expected tobe 310,156 b/d, up from 264,285 b/d in January, Kinder Morgan said in anemail.

Exports from the Westridge Dock, near Vancouver, are expected to be77,429 b/d, compared with 76,491 b/d in January. Throughput on the PugetSound pipeline is expected to be 146,987 b/d, compared with 118,200 b/d inJanuary.

The Trans Mountain pipeline ships Canadian crude from Edmonton, Alberta,to the Westridge export terminal in Burnaby, British Columbia, and on to theconnected Puget Sound pipeline to Seattle-area refineries.

--Pat Harrington, patrick.harrington@spglobal.com

--Edited by Derek Sands, derek.sands@spglobal.com