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Last $50.93 USD
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333 Clay Street

Suite 1600

Houston, TX 77002

United States

Phone: 713-646-4100


y from Wamsutter, Wyoming to Wahsatch, Utah; and approximately 120,000 barrels per day from Wahsatch, Utah to Salt Lake City, Utah. For 2014, throughput on these systems (excluding Frontier Pipeline) in total averaged 128,000 barrels per day. Also included in the Salt Lake City Area systems is the company’s 22% interest in Frontier pipeline, an interstate common carrier crude oil pipeline that consists of a 289-mile trunk pipeline with a maximum throughput capacity of 79,000 barrels per day. Frontier pipeline originates in Casper, Wyoming and delivers crude oil into the Wahsatch Pipeline System. For 2014, throughput on Frontier averaged 8,000 barrels per day (attributable to the company’s interest). White Cliffs Pipeline: The company owns an approximate 36% interest in the White Cliffs pipeline, a 12-inch common carrier, crude oil pipeline that originates in Platteville, Colorado and terminates in Cushing, Oklahoma. Rose Rock Midstream, L.P. serves as the operator of the pipeline. For 2014, throughput on White Cliffs pipeline averaged approximately 30,000 barrels per day (attributable to the company’s interest). In 2014, a White Cliffs pipeline expansion project that increased total system capacity from 76,000 barrels per day to 150,000 barrels per day was completed. Cowboy Pipeline: The company is developing the Cowboy pipeline, a 12-inch, 27-mile pipeline that would provide 65,000 barrels per day of capacity from Cheyenne, Wyoming to its rail loading facility near Carr, Colorado. The Cowboy pipeline project includes construction of a new terminal at Cheyenne with approximately 600,000 barrels of tank capacity for pipeline operation and storage. Gulf Coast Capline Pipeline System: The Capline pipeline system, in which the company owns an aggregate undivided joint interest of approximately 54%, is a 631-mile, 40-inch mainline crude oil pipeline originating in St. James, Louisiana, and terminating in Patoka, Illinois. Marathon Pipeline LLC serves as the operator of the pipeline. Capline has direct connections to a significant amount of crude production in the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, it has two active docks capable of handling approximately 600,000-barrel tankers and is connected to the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port and the company’s St. James terminal and transports various grades of crude oil to PADD (Petroleum Administration Defense District) II. Total designed operating capacity is approximately 1.1 million barrels per day of crude oil, of which its attributable interest is approximately 600,000 barrels per day. Throughput on its interest averaged 152,000 barrels per day during 2014. Pascagoula Pipeline: The company owns and operates the Pascagoula pipeline, a 41-mile crude oil pipeline that was placed in service in April 2014. The Pascagoula pipeline originates at its Ten Mile facility in Alabama and extends to a refinery on the Gulf Coast. Additionally, the company has approximately 1.2 million barrels of storage capacity at its Ten Mile facility that supports the operational needs of this pipeline system. Throughput on the system averaged 79,000 barrels per day during 2014. Central Mid-Continent Area Systems: The company owns and operates pipeline systems that source crude oil from the Cleveland Sand, Granite Wash and Mississippian/Lime resource plays of Western and Central Oklahoma, Southwest Kansas, and the eastern Texas Panhandle. These systems consist of 2,345 miles of pipeline with transportation and delivery into and out of its terminal facilities at Cushing. For 2014, combined throughput on the Mid-Continent Area systems totaled an average of 348,000 barrels per day. In 2014, the company completed construction of a 113-mile extension of its existing Oklahoma crude oil pipeline and associated gathering system to service increasing production from producing areas in Western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle. This new Western Oklahoma pipeline provides approximately 75,000 barrels per day of new takeaway capacity from Reydon, Oklahoma to its existing Orion station in Major County, Oklahoma. Included in the Mid-Continent Area systems is the company’s Mississippian Lime pipeline, whi


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