August 2011, Vol. 238 No. 8

Projects

Two Expansion Projects Planned By Holly Energy Partners

Holly Energy Partners (HEP) announced two expansion projects to provide 60,000 bpd of additional crude pipeline take-away capacity resulting from increased Delaware Basin drilling activity in southeast New Mexico. The first project will increase one of the company’s existing crude oil trunk lines from 35,000 bpd to 60,000 bpd. This 35-mile pipeline transports crude oil from HEP’s lease gathering system in southeast New Mexico to the HollyFrontier Corporation New Mexico refining facilities. The scope of the project includes replacement of 5 miles of existing pipe with larger diameter pipe and the addition of a higher horsepower pump. Work will commence shortly and is

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