Three Companies Planning to Build 730-mile Texas Pipeline

Fuel Fix, March 3, 2017

Texas-based TexStar Midstream Logistics and Ironwood Midstream Energy Partners, and Connecticut-based Castleton Commodities International are putting the pieces together to build a new 730-mile-long crude oil and condensate pipeline from West Texas' Permian Basin to Corpus Christi. The companies are currently bidding out the first 200,000 barrels of pipeline capacity and have not said how much it will cost to build the pipeline or when they plan to start construction. However, the companies say the pipeline will be operational by the first quarter of 2019.


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