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Seaway Tests Support for Oklahoma-to-Gulf Coast Crude Expansion

Seaway Tests Support for Oklahoma-to-Gulf Coast Crude Expansion

Seeking to boost crude oil deliveries to the Gulf Coast, Seaway Pipeline is gauging interest for a proposed 200,000 b/d expansion of its 500-mile, 30-inch diameter system stretching from Cushing, OK, to the Freeport, TX, area.

November 25, 2019

Cushing-to-Gulf Coast Seaway Testing Support for 200,000 b/d Expansion

Seaway Crude Pipeline Co. LLC is gauging shipper interest in a potential 200,000 b/d expansion of its existing system to carry more crude oil from Cushing, OK, to the Gulf Coast.

October 31, 2019

Enterprise Mulls Seaway Tariff Hike, Completes Pipe Portion of Midland-to-Sealy Pipeline

Enterprise Products Partners LP said it may consider raising tariffs of its Seaway Pipeline, one week after a competitor, TransCanada Corp., told federal regulators that it wants to increase the temporary discounted spot rate for light crude from Cushing, OK, to Houston and Port Arthur, TX.

November 3, 2017

DCP Midstream Project Targets ‘Durable’ NGL Spread

DCP Midstream LLC is buying Seaway Products Pipeline Co. from ConocoPhillips in order to create natural gas liquids (NGL) transportation capacity from the Midcontinent to higher-value markets on the Texas Gulf Coast. In doing so it will be capitalizing on a durable spread in ethane prices between the two markets, analysts said last Thursday.

June 13, 2011

DCP Midstream Plans Conway-Mont Belvieu NGL Pipeline

DCP Midstream LLC is buying Seaway Products Pipeline Co. from ConocoPhillips in order to create natural gas liquids (NGL) transportation capacity from the Midcontinent to higher-value markets on the Texas Gulf Coast. In doing so it will be capitalizing on a durable spread in ethane prices between the two markets, analysts said Thursday.

June 10, 2011

Gros Cacouna Terminal Plans Benefit From Regulatory, Supply Developments

Costs are rising but the leading entry in the race to place new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals just inside Canada along the St. Lawrence Seaway is poised to enter construction, thanks to favorable regulatory and supply developments.

August 20, 2007

Regulatory, Supply Developments Boost Gros Cacouna Terminal

Costs are rising but the leading entry in the race to place new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals just inside Canada along the St. Lawrence Seaway is poised to enter construction, thanks to favorable regulatory and supply developments.

August 20, 2007