March 2011, Vol. 238 No. 3

Projects

Enterprise Acquires West Texas Pipeline

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. has purchased a 39-mile carbon dioxide pipeline from Trinity Pipeline L.P. with plans to convert it to crude service in connection with the partnership’s strategy to expand its gathering system in the Permian Basin of West Texas. The 8-inch diameter pipeline, which extends from Reeves County, TX to Lea County, NM, has a capacity of approximately 54,000 bpd of crude. According to the company, the newly acquired asset will provide a growing number of major producers in the promising Bone Springs/Avalon Play with an important outlet for their crude oil through a link to the Basin Pipeline. Accessing the Basin system will allow shippers to r

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