Cushing oil hub getting bigger with new pipeline projects
The Cushing interchange, already one of the world’s most important crude oil hubs, is going to get even bigger.
One new pipeline is in operation, another almost completed and yet one more major project revealed this month. Tulsa-based NGL Energy Partners announced the Grand Mesa Pipeline, a joint venture with Rimrock Midstream LLC.
The Grand Mesa, which will be open to oil producer commitments starting next week, will be a 550-mile system from Weld County, Colorado, to the Cushing hub. Once completed, the pipeline could move more than 130,000 barrels per day from production in the Denver-Julesberg Basin.
“The construction of the Weld County pipeline project will help further develop the crude and consensate-rich areas in and around the DJ and Wattenberg fields,” according to the NGL pre
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Submitted Sep 13, 2014 By: