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  1. Velocity to build second SCOOP crude pipeline

    Velocity Midstream Partners LLC wholly owned subsidiary Velocity Central Oklahoma Pipeline LLC will build a second oil pipeline through the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP), delivering to storage at Cushing, Okla., and CVR Refining LP’s Wynnewood, Okla., refinery. Velocity has secured long-term anchor customers for the 41-mile 8-in. OD pipeline that will deliver as much as 100,000 b/d of truck-injected or pipeline-gathered oil. The new pipeline will directly connect to Velocity's previously announced 26-mile 12-in. OD Wynnewood Pipeline project, set to enter service April 2017 at an initial capacity of 45,000 b/d and a maximum capacity of 120,000 b/d. The new pipeline runs parallel to Velocity's existing SCOOP system that is fully contracted and has a current capacity of 100,000 b/d. The new pipeline and planned gathering lines, coupled with four new-build truck injection terminals, will enable producers throughout the SCOOP to segregate heavier crude barrels, produced from the Springer and Woodford oil formations, from lighter barrels produced from the Woodford condensate formation. Velocity expects to put the new line in service mid-2017, supporting increased SCOOP development activity and associated increases in crude oil and light oil production. Velocity says its multi-pipeline corridor through SCOOP allows it to reach more than 400,000 proved gross acres of the Woodford formation and more than 200,000 proved gross acres of the Springer formation, most of which is less than 10 miles from Velocity's main pipeline corridor.

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    Tue, 31 Jan 2017

  2. Holly to expand New Mexico crude pipeline system

    Holly Energy Partners LP (HEP) is expanding its crude oil transportation system in southeastern New Mexico in response to increased production in the area.

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    Fri, 8 Mar 2013

  3. Hiland looks to expand Bakken crude pipeline

    Hiland Crude LLC has launched an open season to solicit shipper interest for crude oil transportation on an expanded version of its Double H Pipeline, currently under construction in the Bakken shale. An initial open season in 2012 filled its 50,000 b/d base capacity.

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    Tue, 18 Mar 2014

  4. Holly Energy to expand crude pipeline to support growing Delaware Basin production in New Mexico

    Holly Energy Partners is progressing two expansion projects to provide 60,000 barrels per day of additional crude pipeline take-away capacity resulting from increased Delaware Basin drilling activity in southeast New Mexico.

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    Tue, 26 Jul 2011

  1. Wyden, Rockefeller request crude oil transportation examination

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    Fri, 10 Jan 2014

  2. US senators request review of crude oil transportation safety

    Following explosive US train derailments containing crude oil, US Senators John D. “Jay” Rockefeller IV and Ron Wyden have written a letter to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz urging a review on crude oil transportation .

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    Fri, 17 Jan 2014

  3. Plains All American to acquire Permian Basin gathering system for $1.2B

    Plains All American Pipeline has entered into definitive agreements to acquire a Permian Basin crude oil gathering system for approximately $1.2 billion. PAA also announced it had entered into definitive sales agreements totaling $380 million.

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    Wed, 25 Jan 2017

  4. DNO streamlines Kurdish crude oil transportation operations

    DNO International ASA, enlarged following its acquisition of RAK Petroleum PCL earlier this year, is streamlining its crude oil transportation operations in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.

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    Wed, 19 Oct 2011

  5. TransCanada launches crude pipeline open season to connectCushing with Gulf Coast

    The proposed Cushing Marketlink Project would involve construction of approximately $70 million of facilities at Cushing, Oklahoma, a key pipeline and crude oil storage hub.

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    Wed, 8 Sep 2010

  6. Plains All American to build Bakken North crude pipeline

    Plains All American Pipeline LP announced plans to reverse its Wascana pipeline system and build a new pipline, Bakken North, to provide additional takeaway capacity for growing Bakken crude production.

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    Wed, 3 Nov 2010

  7. Koch to construct new Eagle Ford Shale crude pipeline

    Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. will create the capacity to move an additional 120,000 barrels per day of Eagle Ford crude in late 2012. Koch Pipeline today received final shareholder approval to build a new pipeline into Karnes County, Texas.

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    Thu, 16 Dec 2010

  8. Texas releases details on crude oil transportation from Bakken region

    They showed BNSF Railway hauling up to six oil trains weekly into the Houston area. 

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    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

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