December 2010 Vol. 237 No. 12

Projects

Plains All American To Expand Oklahoma Terminal

Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (PAA) is adding a new pipeline interconnect and 4 MMbbl storage capacity at its Cushing, OK terminal facility in three phases. In the aggregate, the construction of Phase IX, X and XI expansion projects will expand existing crude oil storage capacity by30% and enhance the connectivity of the company’s Cushing terminal. The Partnership expects these projects to cost $85 million. The Phase IX expansion consists of making a high-capacity connection to Keystone Pipeline, completing certain terminal modifications to enable Keystone deliveries at full line rates, and constructing two 270,000 bbl tanks at a total cost of $20 million. The Part

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