Register with us today

and in less than 60 seconds continue your access to:Latest news headlinesAnalytical topics and featuresCommodities videos, podcast & blogsSample market prices & dataSpecial reportsSubscriber notes & daily commodity email alerts

Already have an account?

Log in to register

Forgot Password

Please Note: Platts Market Center subscribers can only reset passwords via the Platts Market Center

Enter your Email ID below and we will send you an email with your password.

  • Email Address* Please enter email address.

If you are a premium subscriber, we are unable to send you your password for security reasons. Please contact the Client Services team.

If you are a Platts Market Center subscriber, to reset your password go to the Platts Market Center to reset your password.

In this list

Keystone Pipeline resumes service from Steele City to Patoka

Energy | Thermal Coal | Electric Power | Emissions | LNG | Natural Gas | Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products | Shipping | Tankers

Market Movers Asia, June 17-21: Energy security cooperation in focus at G20 meet after tanker attacks

Natural Gas | Oil

Platts Scenario Planning Service

Oil | Refined Products | Fuel Oil | Shipping | Dry Freight | Marine Fuels | Tankers

Mediterranean Bunker Fuel Conference, 8th Annual

Oil | Crude Oil | Refined Products

La refinería de Curazao, cerca de quebrar por la falta de crudo de PDVSA

Keystone Pipeline resumes service from Steele City to Patoka

Houston — The portion of TransCanada's Keystone Pipeline running from Steele City, Nebraska, to Patoka, Illinois, restarted Tuesday morning after being down for nearly two weeks, a spokesman for TransCanada said.

Not registered?

Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience.

Register Now

On February 6, the crude pipeline was shut down due to a reported leak in St. Charles County, Missouri.

The spread between Western Canadian Select prices at Hardisty, Alberta, and Cushing, Oklahoma, nearly doubled as the market reacted to the shutdown, moving from minus $4.95/b on February 6 to minus $8.60/b on February 8, indicating the market had concerns about WCS supply in Cushing, according to data collected by S&P Global Platts.

Condensate differentials were also affected by the Keystone shutdown as the light grade is used to more easily transport heavy WCS crude via pipeline. From February 6-8, differentials between condensate and the NYMEX WTI CMA widened from minus $2.15/b to minus $3.25/b.

It is unclear how this news will affect April WCS prices, as trading remains muted in the traditional dead period after March pipeline nominations. April WCS at Hardisty was heard bid at WTI CMA minus $19.75/b and heard offered at minus $9.75/b Tuesday morning.

--Kristian Paris Tialios,

--Edited by Annie Siebert,