Plains All American boosts Mesa pipeline capacity

By OGJ editors

Plains All American Pipeline has increased the available throughput capacity of the 80-mile Mesa Pipeline crude oil system by about 100,000 b/d to roughly 420,000 b/d.

The Mesa System, originating near Midland, Tex., delivers crude oil to Alon’s Big Spring, Tex., refinery and feeds both the West Texas Gulf Pipeline, serving markets south and east of Cushing, and the Basin Pipeline system, which delivers crude oil to the Cushing hub.

Mesa is jointly owned by subsidiaries of Plains All American and Sunoco Logistics.

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