Plains All American Pipeline LP (PAA) plans to construct two new Delaware Basin pipelines and related gathering systems, to expand its Blacktip station and to construct a 20-inch diameter loop line from Blacktip station to Wink, TX. The new infrastructure in West Texas and New Mexico will support the previously announced 24-inch diameter Basin Pipeline loop from Wink to Midland and new 12-inch diameter pipeline from Monahans to Crane. The new Delaware Basin pipelines, Avalon Extension and State Line, are backed by producer commitments. The 32-mile, 12-inch diameter Avalon Extension will extend the Avalon pipeline, which runs from the PAA Avalon station in northwest Loving County to its Blacktip station in southeast Loving County into Culberson County in Texas, and is capable of transporting up to 100,000 b/d of crude oil from northern Loving and Culberson counties. The 60-mile, 16-inch diameter State Line pipeline will connect Culberson County to Wink, running along the Texas-New Mexico state line. State Line will connect Delaware Basin production in southern Eddy and Lea counties in New Mexico and northern Loving, Reeves and Culberson counties in Texas to the existing network of PAA Permian Basin assets. The pipeline will be capable of transporting up to 150,000 b/d of batched crude oil and condensate.