By Ryan Dezember Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES HOUSTON -(Dow Jones)- Devon Energy Corp. (DVN) on Thursday said it would curtail production from crude-producing fields in Canada by 10,000 barrels a day through year's end because of outages in Enbridge Energy Partners LP's (EEP) pipeline system. Some of Devon's customers have been forced to trim orders from the Oklahoma City oil and gas producer because they say the amount of crude delivered by Enbridge has been reduced, Devon spokesman Chip Minty said. The total impact to Devon's expected fourth quarter Canadian output is estimated at 300,000 barrels, Devon said Thursday. That's about 0.5% of Devon's anticipated company-wide production and primarily effects the company's Jackfish oil sands project and one other field. "It's not a material amount," Minty said. Enbridge did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Thursday. Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge was hurt this summer by leaks on two of its pipelines. In July a leak in the company's 6B line between Griffith, Ind., and Sarnia, Ontario, dumped 19,500 barrels of crude into Michigan's Kalamazoo River. Two months later Enbridge's 6A pipeline spilled 9,000 barrels in Romeoville, Ill. Shares of Devon traded down 1% at $72.45 on Thursday. Enbridge shares were up 0.4% at $60.97. -By Ryan Dezember, Dow Jones Newswires; 713-547-9208; email@example.com -Benjamin Lefebvre in Houston contributed to this article.