Pecos River Crude Oil Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Pecos, Texas
  • Destination: Crane, Texas
  • Ownership: Blueknight
  • Website: http://www.bkep.com/
  • Length: kilometres (75 miles)
  • Capacity: 150,000 barrels of oil per day
  • Crude Type:

Brief Description

  • The Pipeline will originate in the Delaware Basin near Pecos, Texas and terminate in Crane, Texas. At Crane, Texas, the Pipeline will connect to Magellan's Longhorn Pipeline, as well as Centurion Crude Oil Pipeline's Crane Station. Once fully operational, the Pipeline will have an initial capacity to transport 150,000 barrels a day of crude oil and will consist of more than 75 miles of trunk line. Lateral extensions, gathering stations, origination stations and truck offloading facilities
  • A 95 mile extension of the pipeline will connect production areas in New Mexico to the pipeline

Pipeline Status

  • Planned

History

  • 2012 - Bridger Logistics, LLC and Advantage Pipeline, LLC Develop Major New Pipeline to Connect Delaware Basin to Gulf Coast Markets
  • 2013 - Blueknight announces extension of pipeline project
  • 2013 - Open season

Other Information

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Links

  1. Bridger Logistics, LLC and Advantage Pipeline, LLC Develop Major New Pipeline to Connect Delaware Basin to Gulf Coast Markets
  2. Blueknight Announces North Extension to the Pecos River Pipeline and Open Season
  3. Blueknight Extends Open Season for Pecos River Pipeline Extension

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