North American Oil & Gas Pipelines

JUN 2018

North American Oil & Gas Pipelines covers the news shaping the business of oil and gas pipeline construction and maintenance in North America, including pipeline installation methods, integrity management innovations and managerial strategies.

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to McCamey, and the second new pipeline will extend from McCamey to the Corpus Christi/Ingleside area, and have flexibility to access multiple docks. The capital cost of the two new pipelines is expected to total approximate- ly $1.1 billion, with Plains All American's portion repre- senting approximately $700 to $750 million. Permitting, right-of-way and procurement activities are under way, and the pipeline system is targeted to be operational in the third quarter of 2019. Cimarron Express Pipeline Location: Oklahoma Stakeholder(s): Kingfisher Midstream, Alta Mesa Resourc- es, Blueknight Energy Partners, Ergon Inc. Overview: Cimarron Express Pipeline LLC is a joint ven- ture project that will include the construction and op- eration of a new crude oil pipeline serving STACK pro- ducers in central Oklahoma with a 65-mile, 16-in. crude oil pipeline extending from northeastern Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, to Blueknight's crude oil terminal in Cushing. The pipeline will provide direct market access at Cushing for producers and will have an initial capac- ity of 90,000 bpd, expandable to more than 175,000 bpd. Concurrent with the formation of Cimarron Express, Alta Mesa executed a long-term acreage dedication and transportation agreement with Cimarron Express, which incorporates approximately 120,000 net acres in King- fisher and Garfield counties in Oklahoma. Under the terms of the agreement, Blueknight will construct and operate the pipeline. The receipt terminal for the Cimar- ron Express pipeline will be located at Kingfisher Mid- stream's crude oil storage facility in northeastern King- fisher County. The pipeline will connect to Kingfisher Midstream's crude oil gathering system and truck un- loading facilities at the company's crude oil facility. The new pipeline is expected to be completed in mid-2019. EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline Location: Texas, New Mexico Stakeholder(s): EPIC Midstream Holdings, Ares Manage- ment, Apache Corp., Noble Energy Overview: The EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline will extend from Orla,Texas, to the Port of Corpus Christi. The project in- cludes terminals in Orla, Pecos, Saragosa, Crane, Wink, Midland, Helena and Gardendale, with Port of Corpus Christi connectivity and export access. It will service the Delaware, Midland and Eagle Ford Basins. The pipeline napipelines.com JUNE 2 018 | North American Oil & Gas Pipelines 23 U N I T E D S T A T E S O I L P I P E L I N E R E P O R T 2018

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