Eagle Ford oil pipeline due July start-up

By OGJ editors

Enterprise Products Partners LP has begun accepting deliveries for and commissioning the first phase of its Eagle Ford crude oil pipeline between Wilson County and Sealy, Tex. (OGJ Online, Sept. 1, 2010).

The 147-mile, 24-in. OD pipeline, scheduled to start up in July, can carry 350,000 b/d of oil.

The pipeline, linked to EPP’s Rancho pipeline at Sealy, connects oil produced in the Eagle Ford shale play with Gulf Coast facilities that include the company’s ECHO crude oil storage complex under construction on the Houston Ship Channel.

An 80-mile, 200,000-b/d second phase of the pipeline will extend from Wilson County to near Gardendale, Tex., in La Salle County (OGJ Online, May 6, 2011).

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