Bayou Bridge Launches Open Season for Expanded Joint Tariff Service

Bayou Bridge Pipeline has launched a non-binding expansion open season to solicit shipper interest for expanded joint tariff transportation service received from certain connecting carriers onto the Bayou Bridge Pipeline System.

source: Bayou Bridge Pipeline

Bayou Bridge is evaluating joint tariff service from origin points in the Bakken/Three Forks Region in North Dakota; Patoka, Illinois; the Powder River Basin in Wyoming; the DJ Basin in Colorado; Cushing, Oklahoma; and the Permian Basin.

Bayou Bridge has a capacity of 480,000 bpd and provides light and heavy crude oil service to the St. James, Louisiana, crude oil hub. Its 30" segment from Nederland, Texas, to Lake Charles, Louisiana, went into service in April 2016, and its 24" segment from Lake Charles to St. James segment was completed in March 2019.

The system is owned 60% by Energy Transfer and 40% by Phillips 66 Partners, and is operated by a wholly owned subsidiary of Energy Transfer Operating, L.P.

In addition to the routes that are the subject of this non-binding expansion open season, Bayou Bridge also continues to evaluate additional southern Louisiana destination points.

Following a confirmation of shipper interest, Bayou Bridge will hold a binding expansion open season to finalize committed subscriptions. The incremental capacity that will be created on the various pipeline systems will be determined based on committed subscriptions made by shippers during the binding expansion open season.

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