We originally designed it to do 50,000 (barrels a day). We've managed to run the line rate higher than 66,000, so the future looks pretty bright for this right now.
This is the first time that Canadian crude oil has been delivered to a Gulf Coast pipeline.
We didn't have enough business for that line, so we shut it down at the end of 2002.
I've never been more excited about anything I've done on the authority.