Enbridge revives $4-billion pipeline

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. has lined up enough support from a clutch of Asian refiners and Canadian oil producers to revive its $4-billion plan to build a pipeline from the oil sands to the West Coast, just months after China pulled out of the project. Enbridge has now turned to Southeast Asia to find customers for its Gateway pipeline and attracted enough funding from refiners there to accelerate work on winning regulatory approval, says Enbridge chief executive officer Patrick Daniel. “The pull from the other end of Gateway, initially, was primarily from the Chinese, but in this initiative the Chinese are not participants,” Mr. Daniel told investors at a conference in Whistler, B.C., Thursday.

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