April 2018, Vol.245, No.4

Features

Corpus Christi Targeted for Increased Crude Oil Export

By Amy Kalt, Consultant, Manager of Analytical Services, Baker & O’Brien, Inc. Corpus Christi, Texas, is rapidly becoming a strategic hub for U.S. crude oil exports. Since the repeal of the crude oil export ban in December 2015, crude exports from Gulf Coast city have increased to nearly 500,000 bpd, according to RBNenergy – and that may be just the beginning. Numerous pipeline and terminal projects have been announced to receive, store and ship out a lot more crude from the Permian and Eagle Ford shale plays, with an increasing share of those barrels destined for the international market. Permian production is rising fast, and a significant share of the new pipelines being develope

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