Right-of-way request for New Mexico pipeline withdrawn, BLM says

Saddle Butte San Juan LLC, Durango, Colo., withdrew its right-of-way application for its proposed Pinon Pipeline project, the US Bureau of Land Management’s Farmington, NM, field office reported. The midstream company cited market conditions for its decision, BLM said.

The proposed crude oil pipeline would have included a 49½-mile gathering line and a 98½-mile main line, BLM said. It would have followed routes crossing federal lands, the Navajo Nation, state of New Mexico lands, and fee lands from Lybrook, NM, to a proposed rail terminal near Thoreau, NM, BLM said.

Contact Nick Snow at nicks@pennwell.com.

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