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Last $35.51 USD
Change Today +0.56 / 1.60%
Volume 1.9M
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333 Clay Street

Suite 1600

Houston, TX 77002

United States

Phone: 713-646-4100

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by long term production commitments. These projects are expected to be completed in 2015. In 2014, the company and Enterprise announced a project to construct a new condensate gathering system with approximately 55 miles of gathering and trunkline pipeline that would connect Karnes County and Live Oak County production areas to the Three Rivers, Texas terminal. Included in the gathering system would be approximately 500,000 barrels of operational storage at Three Rivers. This construction is expected to be completed in 2015. Western All American Pipeline System: The company owns and operates the All American pipeline system. The All American pipeline system is a common carrier crude oil pipeline system that transports crude oil produced from two outer continental shelf (OCS) fields offshore California through connecting pipelines to refinery markets in California. The system receives crude oil from ExxonMobil Corporation’s Santa Ynez field at Las Flores and receives crude oil from the Freeport-McMoRan-operated Point Arguello field at Gaviota. The system terminates at the company’s Emidio Station. Between Gaviota and its Emidio Station, the All American pipeline interconnects with the company’s San Joaquin Valley Gathering System, Line 2000 and Line 63, as well as other third party intrastate pipelines. The system is subject to tariff rates regulated by the FERC. Line 63: The company owns and operates the Line 63 system. The Line 63 system is an intrastate common carrier crude oil pipeline system that transports crude oil produced in the San Joaquin Valley and California OCS to refineries and terminal facilities in the Los Angeles Basin and in Bakersfield. The Line 63 system consists of a 144-mile trunk pipeline, originating at its Kelley Pump Station in Kern County, California and terminating at its West Hynes Station in Long Beach, California. The trunk pipeline has a capacity of approximately 110,000 barrels per day. The Line 63 system includes 5 miles of distribution pipelines in the Los Angeles Basin, with a throughput capacity of approximately 144,000 barrels per day, and approximately 140 miles of gathering pipelines in the San Joaquin Valley, with an average throughput capacity of approximately 72,000 barrels per day. The company also has approximately 1 million barrels of storage capacity on this system. These storage assets are used primarily to facilitate the transportation of crude oil on the Line 63 system. For 2014, combined throughput on Line 63 totaled an average of 48,000 barrels per day. Line 2000: The company owns and operates Line 2000, an intrastate common carrier crude oil pipeline that originates at its Emidio Pump Station (part of the All American Pipeline system) and transports crude oil produced in the San Joaquin Valley and California OCS to refineries and terminal facilities in the Los Angeles Basin. Line 2000 is an approximately 130-mile, 20-inch trunk pipeline with a throughput capacity of approximately 130,000 barrels per day. During 2014, throughput on Line 2000 (excluding Line 63 volumes) averaged 74,000 barrels per day. Rocky Mountain Bakken Area Systems: The company owns and operates various gathering systems and pipelines that service crude oil production in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota. The company also owns a 22% interest in the Butte pipeline. These Bakken Area systems consist of 1,025 miles of pipeline, with total average throughput for 2014 of 149,000 barrels per day. Salt Lake City Area Systems: The company operates the Salt Lake City and Wahsatch pipeline systems, in which it owns interests of between 75% and 100%. These systems include interstate and intrastate common carrier crude oil pipeline systems that transport crude oil produced in the U.S. Rocky Mountain region and Canada to refiners in Salt Lake City, Utah and to other pipelines at Ft. Laramie, Wyoming. These pipeline systems consist of 680 miles of pipelines and approximately 1 million barrels of storage capacity. These systems have a maximum throughput capacity of approximately 20,000 barrels per day from Wamsutter, Wyoming to Ft. Laramie, Wyoming; approximately 49,000 barrels per da

 

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