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List of oil pipelines

This is a list of oil pipelines.

Contents

  • Africa 1
  • Asia 2
  • Europe 3
  • North America 4
    • Canada 4.1
    • USA 4.2
    • Other pipelines 4.3
  • Latin America 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Africa

Asia

Europe

Oil pipelines in Europe (2007)

North America

Canada

USA

Other pipelines

  • Sand Hills Pipeline: This pipeline is being developed by DCP Midstream. It will extend for 700 miles from West to East Texas and have an initial capacity of approximately 120,000 barrels per day.[1] The first segment of the pipeline opened in October 2012.[2]
  • Pecos River Pipeline: Developed by Bridger Group and Advantage Pipeline, the Pecos River Pipeline will provide a link from the Delaware Basin to the Gulf Coast. The pipeline will run from the Pecos, Texas, to Crane, Texas, where it will connect to the Longhorn Pipeline. The Pecos River Pipeline will have an initial capacity of 150,000 barrels per day.[3]
  • Sterling III Pipeline: Under development from Oneok Partners, the Sterling III Pipeline will extend from parts of Texas and Oklahoma in the Mid-Continent region to the Gulf Coast, and have a capacity of approximately 193,000 barrels per day.[4]
  • ATEX Express: Enterprise Products Partners is developing the 1,230-mile ATEX Express pipeline to transport ethane from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio to the Gulf Coast.[5]

Latin America

See also

References

  1. ^ "2012 Worldwide Pipeline Construction Report," Pipeline and Gas Journal 239 (1). January 2012.
  2. ^ "DCP Midstream Announces Opening of Sand Hills Pipeline Providing NGL Access from the Eagle Ford Shale," October 24, 2012, Business Wire.
  3. ^ "Bridger Joins Advantage Pipeline in Development of Pecos River Pipeline," Pipeline and Gas Journal 239 (11). November 2012.
  4. ^ Walton, Rod. "ONEOK plans new pipeline," May 3, 2011, The Tulsa World.
  5. ^ Zacks Equity Research. "EPD's ATEX Express Offers Capacity," August 31, 2012, Yahoo! Finance.
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