Grand Mesa Crude Oil Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Weld County, Colorado
  • Destination: Cushing, Oklahoma
  • Ownership: Rimrock Midstream & NGL Energy Partners
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  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: 200,000 barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type: Light Crude & Condensate

Brief Description

  • The Grand Mesa pipeline, originating in Weld County, Colorado, and extending 550 miles southeast to NGL’s crude oil storage terminal at the Cushing hub in Oklahoma, will provide takeaway capacity for crude oil producers in the Denver-Julesburg Basin.
  • As originally proposed, the pipeline was to be capable of receiving and transporting in excess of 130,000 barrels per day for delivery into the Cushing hub. This has been increased to 200,000 bpd

Pipeline Status

  • Planned


  • 2014 - Pipeline project announced
  • 2014 - NGL became 100% owner
  • 2015 - Decision taken to increase capacity
  • 2015 - Orders placed for pipes

Other Information

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  1. Rimrock & NGL Announce Grand Mesa Pipeline Project
  2. Grand Mesa Pipeline Announces Successful Open Season
  3. GL Energy Partners, LP Acquires Rimrock Midstream LLC’s Interest in Grand Mesa Pipeline, LLC
  4. NGL Energy Partners LP Announces Grand Mesa Pipeline Upsize
  5. NGL Energy Partners Announces Advancement in Grand Mesa Pipeline System

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