Oryx Extends Open Season On Regional Transportation System

Oryx Delaware Oil Transport LLC (ODOT) announced today that it has extended its binding open season to secure volume commitments on two new crude oil transportation movements on its regional crude oil transportation system serving the liquids-rich Delaware Basin in Texas and New Mexico.

The binding open season commenced on April 17, 2019 and will now conclude on June 21, 2019 at 5 p.m. Central Daylight Time.

The open season seeks to gauge shipper interest on making commitments to one or both of the following proposed new movements:

1. Originating from ODOT’s Crane terminal near Crane, Texas with a destination at Gray Oak Pipeline, LLC’s (Gray Oak) proposed Crane Station located near Crane, Texas; and

2. Originating from ODOT’s Midland terminal near Midland, Texas with a destination at Plains All American, L.P.’s (Plains) Midland South Station located near Midland, Texas.

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