Zydeco Pipeline Co. LLC is holding a binding open season through May 31 to test support for an oil pipeline connecting the Gulf Coast to Louisiana refineries.
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Oryx Midstream Services II LLC is gauging interest in additional crude transportation options in West Texas via a regional system that now serves the Permian Basin’s Delaware formation.
In a project with implications for moving Rockies and Bakken Shale crude supplies to the Texas coast, Magellan Midstream Partners LP and Navigator Energy Services have extended a joint binding open season to test support for Voyager, a 300,000 b/d pipeline that would run from the Cushing hub in Oklahoma to Houston.
Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline Inc. announced a nonbinding open season to gauge interest in two potential projects designed to serve Oklahoma’s stacked plays in the Midcontinent, including expanded market access through the Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America LLC (NGPL) pipeline system.
Dallas-based Wolf Midstream Partners LLC is testing support for a proposed crude oil pipeline to expand takeaway capacity from the Permian Basin in West Texas.
Phillips 66 and affiliate Phillips 66 Partners on Friday announced a suite of new crude oil pipeline projects and expansions to move growing volumes from the Rockies, West Texas, Midcontinent and Bakken shale production areas to points along the Gulf Coast.
Permian Basin midstream operator Oryx Midstream Services II LLC’s subsidiaries have extended a joint open season through Aug. 31 to gauge support for a crude oil gathering and trunkline system to carry supply from the Delaware sub-basin. The open season was to have concluded on Thursday (Aug. 9). For information contact Oryx’s Carlos Mata, senior vice president of business development, at (432) 253-7756.
Oryx Midstream Services II LLC is testing support for more crude oil transportation services from the Permian Basin’s Delaware formation.
Utah-based Magnum Energy Midstream Holdings LLC on Thursday announced a non-binding open season that’s set to begin next week for a 650-mile, bi-directional natural gas pipeline that would serve multiple states in the western energy corridor.
To test support to carry up to 1.4 Bcf/d of natural gas from the Permian’s Delaware sub-basin to Gulf Coast and Mexico markets, Summit Midstream Partners LP on Monday launched an open season.