Enterprise Products Partners LP late Monday launched a big expansion of its oil export facilities on the Texas coast, which it is linking to continued Permian Basin growth.
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Enterprise Products Partners LP said Tuesday it is extending its ethylene pipeline and logistics system further into South Texas to take advantage of a growing list of crackers and ethylene derivative plants underway to accommodate oil and gas growth from the Lower 48.
Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) is boosting capital expenditures (capex) for 2019 after reporting record net income during a solid first quarter that included a new high of 900,000 b/d in crude oil volumes from its marine terminals, management said Wednesday.
FERC granted orders for two crude oil expansion projects in the Permian Basin proposed by subsidiaries of EnLink Midstream LLC, but denied an order to a unit of Enterprise Products Partners LP for a similar expansion on concerns with that project’s open season.
Given persistently tight fractionation capacity along the Gulf Coast, Enterprise Products Partners LP plans to optimize the Shoup fractionator in Nueces County by expanding and repurposing a portion of its South Texas natural gas pipeline system, the company said Tuesday.
Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) is upping it efforts to address strong customer demand for midstream services in the Permian Basin and along the Gulf Coast by expanding natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation capacity and gas processing, management said.
Construction is underway to increase loading capacity for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), primarily propane and butane, at the Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal (EHT) on the Houston Ship Channel by 175,000 b/d, or 5 million bbl per month.
Just weeks after Enterprise Products Partners LP said that it is considering building a crude oil terminal offshore Texas, management on Wednesday said they’re also mulling another propane dehydrogenation (PDH) facility and adding more natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation capacity to the company’s extensive midstream portfolio along the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Enterprise Products Partners LP, to leverage booming onshore oil production, said Tuesday it may build an export terminal offshore Texas to expand deliveries to the largest international markets in Asia and Europe.