Second open season begins for Grand Mesa pipeline

NGL Energy Partners LP has launched a second binding open season for its wholly owned Grand Mesa crude oil pipeline that originates in Weld County, Colo., and extends 550 miles southeast to NGL’s crude storage terminal at Cushing, Okla.

Capable of receiving and batch transporting 150,000 b/d, the pipeline will provide takeaway capacity for crude producers in the Denver-Julesburg basin. Operations are expected to begin in November.

The open season ends on July 28.

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