A binding open season to test support for two Permian Basin oil transportation options in West Texas has been extended by a unit of Oryx Midstream Services.
Oryx Delaware Oil Transport LLC (ODOT) is gauging interest in commitments for transportation on its regional system serving the liquids-rich Delaware sub-basin in Texas and New Mexico. The open season, initially set to end Friday (May 31), has been extended to June 21.
One option offered would originate at ODOT’s Crane terminal in West Texas with a destination at Gray Oak Pipeline LLC’s proposed Crane Station.
The other option offered would originate at ODOT’s Midland terminal in West Texas with a destination at Plains All American LP’s Midland South Station.
Gray Oak, linking up to 1 million b/d from the Permian to markets near Houston as well as Corpus Christi, is scheduled to be in service later this year.
Plains and partners ExxonMobil Corp. and Lotus Midstream LLC are advancing the 1 million b/d Wink to Webster Pipeline LLC, with origin points in West Texas at Wink and Midland, to multiple locations near Houston.
For information, contact Carlos Mata or call (432) 253-0027.
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