Centurion Crude Oil Pipeline

Summary Information

  • Source: southeast New Mexico
  • Destination: Cushing, Oklahoma
  • Ownership: Centurion Pipeline (Oxy)
  • Website: http://www.centurionpipeline.com/
  • Length: kilometres (2,750 miles)
  • Capacity: 350,000 barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type:

Brief Description

  • An oil-gathering, common carrier pipeline and storage system with approximately 2,750 miles of pipelines from southeast New Mexico across the Permian Basin of southwest Texas to Cushing, Oklahoma.
  • The system has a current throughput capacity of about 350,000 barrels per day (Bpd) and 5 million barrels of active storage capability. Also, sixty-four truck unloading facilities are located at various points along the system, which allow for additional volumes to be delivered into the pipeline.
  • The pipeline also serves the Big Spring Refinery

Pipeline Status

  • In operation

History

  • 2004 - Oxy acquired an oil-gathering and pipeline system in the Permian Basin from ExxonMobil
  • 2007 - Centurion acquired the West Texas Pipeline System from BP
  • 2012 - Centurion Pipeline to Develop New Crude Oil Transportation Capacity in Permian Basin

Other Information

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Links

  1. Fact Sheet
  2. Centurion Pipeline L.P. to Develop New Crude Oil Transportation Capacity in Permian Basin

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