Dallas midstreamer Navigator Borger Express LLC has launched a binding open season on its planned Borger Express crude pipeline system from the Cushing hub in Oklahoma to Borger, TX. 

The 90,000 b/d Borger Express would provide transport services by utilizing 180 miles of an existing oil pipeline, and constructing nearly 200 miles of 16-inch diameter pipeline from Cleo Springs, OK, to Borger. 

Borger Express is expected to be placed in service in early 2022. 

The project would provide shippers transportation services for numerous grades of light and heavy crude oil from the Cushing hub to third party storage and a regional refinery in Borger, according to Navigator.

Cushing is the delivery and pricing point for West Texas Intermediate oil futures contracts and is one of the key oil hubs in the Lower 48.

All potential shippers must execute by Nov. 5 confidentiality agreements and submit binding commitments for service.

Navigator Borger Express is an affiliate of Navigator Energy Services, the largest private oil midstream provider in the Anadarko Basin. Navigator owns and operates 500 miles of crude pipeline, more than 1 million bbl of storage capacity, and it has a delivery capacity of 450,000 b/d.

Details of the open season are available on the website. More information is also available from Navigator Chief Commercial Officer Laura McGlothlin via email or at (214) 880-6003.