September 2011, Vol. 238 No. 9

In The News

NuStar Reactivates Pipeline To Transport Eagle Ford Crude 

As part of an agreement with Koch Pipeline Company, L.P., NuStar Logistics has reactivated its Pettus South Pipeline to transport Eagle Ford shale crude oil to Corpus Christi, TX. “With the startup of this new capacity with NuStar, we are continuing to bring quick transportation solutions to Eagle Ford producers and to our customers in South Texas,” said Kim Penner, president of Koch Pipeline. “The NuStar line ties into our existing systems adding an immediate 30,000 barrels per day of capacity.” The previously idled pipeline runs 60 miles from Pettus, to Corpus Christi. NuStar is operating the pipeline.   In other news, NuStar Logistics, EOG Res

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