[under development]

Sun-Canadian Pipe Line was built in 1953 to transport refined petroleum products for its owners from refineries in the Sarnia area to marketing plants in London, Hamilton, and the Toronto.

The 637-kilometer pipeline consists of 212.1 and 323.9 mm lines running through five pump stations located in Sarnia, Kerwood, London, Paris and Waterdown. The operating pressure of the pipeline is 9,900 kPa (1,440 psi). In 2012, approximately 6.5 million cubic meters of petroleum products were transported through the pipeline.