U.S. Oil & Gas Pipeline Projects Skyrocket Year Over Year, an Industrial Info
SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 11/22/13 -- Researched by
Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- As reported at
Industrial Info's recent 2014 Market Outlook presentation in Baton
Rouge, about 900,000 barrels per day (BBL/d) of crude oil is coming
out of Cushing, Oklahoma at the moment. The southern leg of
TransCanada Corporation's (NYSE:TRP) Keystone XL Pipeline, known as
the Gulf Coast Extension and running from Cushing to Port Arthur,
Texas, is approaching operational completion and will add 700,000
BBL/d of transport capacity from Cushing to the Texas Gulf Coast.
Completion of Phase II of the Seaway Pipeline reversal project will
help add an additional 450,000 BBL/d out of Cushing in 2014.
Industrial Info's 2014 Market Outlook Presentation in Washington,
D.C., will be held December 3, and will discuss these and other Oil &
Gas storage, transmission and production projects throughout the
U.S., as well as spending in the Petroleum Refining, Power, Metals &
Minerals, Chemical Processing industries. The outlook will cover
market drivers and spending in the U.S. and Canada in 2014, with a
special emphasis on the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region.
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