Sunoco Logistics to operate West Texas Gulf Pipe Line

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, Oct. 12 -- Sunoco Logistics Partners LP, Philadelphia, has signed an agreement with West Texas Gulf Pipe Line Co. to become its operator Jan. 1, 2005.

Sunoco holds 43.8% interest in West Texas Gulf, a joint venture that owns a 579-mile common carrier crude oil pipeline from Colorado City, in West Texas, to the Nederland, Tex., crude oil import terminal and to Longview, Tex., where it connects to several pipelines, including the Mid-Valley Pipeline, which is 55% owned by Sunoco Inc.

Sunoco Logistics was formed to acquire, own, and operate all of Sunoco's refined product and crude oil pipelines and terminal facilities.

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