January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1


Koch Pipeline To Expand South Texas Crude System

Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. is seeking corporate approval to further expand its South Texas Crude oil system. The proposed 16-inch pipeline to connect Eagle Ford producers in the Karnes County area to Corpus Christi will have an initial capacity of 120,000 bpd with future expansion capability of more than 200,000 bpd. “This is a cornerstone project that complements our recent efforts to better serve Eagle Ford producers,” said Kim Penner, president of Koch Pipeline. “We have already completed or are in the process of constructing several projects that will add more than 140,000 bbls of capacity by the end of 2011 – all aimed at moving more Texas crude to

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