April 2019, Vol. 246, No. 4

Projects

Navigator to Significantly Expand Glass Mountain System

Navigator Energy Services said it will significantly expand its Glass Mountain Pipeline System (GMP) with new segregated crude grades, more storage and transportation capacity, additional origin points and expanded market access at Cushing, Okla.  It also announced an extension of its open season with Magellan Midstream for their proposed 500-mile Voyager Pipeline. The expansion includes 70 miles of new transportation mainlines and 750,000 barrels of additional storage capacity. Upon its completion, Navigator’s Glass Mountain Pipeline System will include more than 440 miles of pipeline, 10 truck injection stations, 4.3 million barrels of storage to

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