Binding Open Season Announced by SCM Crude

The binding open season to solicit binding commitments for priority crude oil interstate gathering and transportation service was announced by SCM Crude, LLC. SCM Crude is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Salt Creek Midstream, LLC.

The binding open season was announced on its proposed Delaware Basin crude oil gathering and transportation system. The binding open season started on 2 August 2019 at 8:00 am CT, and will end on 31 August 2019 at 5:00 pm CT. Based on the results of the open season, the final volume of capacity of the project will be determined by SCM.

An opportunity will be provided by the open season for shippers to demonstrate support for the project by making acreage dedications for priority service, thereby becoming priority shippers for the term of their crude oil gathering agreements.

With interconnects to certain takeaway pipelines, including pipelines with direct, long-haul transportation to the Midland, Texas area and the Corpus Christi, Texas area, the crude oil gathering and transportation project will be constructed and operated by SCM, across multiple segments spanning from various tank battery receipt points in Eddy and Lea Counties, New Mexico, to SCM’s Wink Terminal and Orla Terminal.

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worldpipelines

Open Season Announced for Touchdown Crude Oil Gathering System

LM Touchdown Crude II, LLC, a subsidiary of Longhorn Midstream Holdings, LLC has launched a binding open season to solicit commitments to support the development of its Touchdown Crude Oil Gathering System in the Northern Delaware Basin.

The Greenfield pipeline system will initially gather crude oil from origination points and deliver to destination points in Eddy County, New Mexico.

The binding open season process will provide potential customers with the opportunity to obtain crude oil gathering and transportation service by making commitments during the binding open season.

The binding open season for the initial phase of the gathering system commenced on 15 July, 2019 at 8 am CT. The open season is scheduled to conclude at 5 pm CT on 14 August, 2019.

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worldpipelines

Open Season Announced for Saddlehorn Pipeline Expansion

Saddlehorn Pipeline Company, LLC has announced the expansion of Saddlehorn pipeline and has launched an open season to solicit long-term commitments for capacity on the pipeline system. The company will also add the new Ft. Laramie origin by leasing capacity on third-party pipelines.

The pipeline’s current transportation capacity is 190,000 barrels per day of crude oil and condensate from the DJ and Powder River Basins to storage facilities in Cushing, Oklahoma owned by Magellan and Plains. The expansion will increase pipeline’s capacity by up to 100,000 barrels per day, which will mark a new total capacity of 290,000 barrels per day.

Following the addition of incremental pumping and storage capabilities, the higher capacity is expected to be available in late 2020. The company announced that interested customers must submit binding commitments by 12:00 p.m. Central Time on 31 July, 2019.

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worldpipelines

Open Season Announced for Bakken Crude Transportation

A binding joint tariff open season to solicit commitments for crude oil transportation service was announced by Kinder Morgan and Tallgrass Energy.

The crude oil transportation services starts from Bakken origin points on the Hiland Crude system, which is currently capable of moving approximately 88,000 barrel per day from Bakken origin points to Guernsey, WY.

Then through the Pony Express system, which is currently capable of moving approximately 375,000 barrel per day from Guernsey to Cushing, OK, connecting to three refineries along the way.

The binding open season begins July 1, 2019, at 4 p.m. Central Time and is expected to end on July 28, 2019, at 5 p.m. Central Time. Upon completion of a confidentiality agreement, additional documents and details related to the open season will be made available.

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pgjonline

Binding Open Season Announced for Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline

A binding open season to secure volume dedications for the proposed construction and development on its existing Thunder Creek NGL Pipeline system was announced by Meritage Midstream. The binding open season started at 8:00 AM MT on June 10, 2019 and is scheduled to conclude at 5:00 PM MT on July 10, 2019.

The pipeline will transport NGLs from two processing plants in Campbell and Converse counties, Wyoming, to an interconnection point with ONEOK's Bakken Pipeline in Converse County.

Meritage said the open season seeks to obtain volume dedications from shippers to the following proposed new movements:

1. Originating from Thunder Creek Gas Services' 50 Buttes Process Plant in Campbell County with a destination at an interconnection with ONEOK Bakken Pipeline in Converse County, and

2. Originating from Thunder Creek's Steamboat I Natural Gas Plant in Converse County, with a destination at an interconnection with ONEOK Bakken Pipeline in Converse County, Wyoming.

The proposed new origin and destination points will allow potential shippers to move product from Thunder Creek plants in the Powder River Basin to a newly established interconnect with ONEOK Bakken Pipeline at Well Draw in Converse County.

It will then provide access to ONEOK’s Niobrara Lateral, which will ultimately access newly created capacity on ONEOK’s Elk Creek expansion. The new movements is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2019, subject to shipper demand.

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pgjonline

Open Season Extended for the Proposed Voyager Pipeline

An extension of the open season to solicit commitments from shippers for the proposed Voyager Pipeline was announced by Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. and Navigator Energy Services. The pipeline will transport crude oil from Cushing, Oklahoma and Midland, Texas to Houston.

The proposed Voyager Pipeline would include construction of 20 inch diameter pipelines from both Magellan’s Cushing and Midland terminals to Magellan’s terminal in Frost, Texas and a 24 inch diameter pipeline would be constructed from Frost, Texas to Magellan’s terminal in East Houston.

The Pipeline is expected to have an initial capacity of up to 400,000 barrels per day, with the ability to expand if necessary by industry demand. It is expected to be operational in early 2021, subject to receipt of sufficient customer commitments and all necessary permits and approvals. Binding commitments are now due by 12:00 pm CDT on 30 August 2019.

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worldpipelines

Open Season Announced for CJ Express Pipeline Expansion

In order to finalize the CJ Express pipeline expansion project, Midcoast Energy, LLC has announced a binding open season that will run through 17 May 2019 and expects to expeditiously complete negotiations with additional shippers.

The company has already entered into commercial agreements with an anchor shipper and one of the leading producers in the Haynesville for this project. The pipeline will include up to 107 miles of 36 inch pipeline and a 39,000 horse power compressor station.

The pipeline is expected to provide incremental delivery capacity for up to 1.0 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas produced in the Haynesville into premium demand markets along the US Gulf Coast markets.

The company expects the expansion project to have an in-service date in early 2021. CJ Express will connect Midcoast's existing pipeline assets in San Augustine County, Texas, and growing production in the Carthage and Shelby Trough area of the Haynesville Shale, to Midcoast's Clarity pipeline near Silsbee, Texas.

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worldpipelines

MPLX Announces Binding Open Season for Wood River-to-Patoka Pipeline

MPLX announced Tuesday has begun a binding open season for the Wood River-to-Patoka pipeline, which will allow shippers the opportunity to secure priority transportation service on the pipeline.

Marathon Pipe Line LLC, a subsidiary of MPLX, started the binding open season August 1 and will close it on August 31.

MPLX said in its statement that the "Wood River-to-Patoka Expansion Project provides needed pipeline capacity for Mid-continent crude to Midwest markets via Patoka, Illinois, and creates additional throughput and revenue opportunities" for the company.

The Wood River-to-Patoka pipeline will expand the current capacity of 215,000 barrels per day to 345,000 barrels per day by increasing horsepower and adding drag-reducing agents.

The expansion is expected to be in service by the second quarter of next year.

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MPLX