Magellan to add crude services at Galena Park terminal

Magellan Midstream Partners LP plans to build a pipeline and terminal system at its Galena Park, Tex., terminal to deliver crude from its pipeline system to refineries in Houston and Texas City. Magellan’s Galena Park terminal currently handles refined products.

The company expects the $50-million project to enter service by mid-2014, supported by long-term committed volumes.

Blueknight Energy Partners LP earlier this week agreed to buy 30% of the Pecos River crude oil pipeline project, which will deliver into Houston via Magellan’s Longhorn Pipeline (OGJ Online, Feb. 5, 2013).

Magellan’s Galena Park products terminal has 117 tanks with total storage of rough 12.5-million bbl.

Contact Christopher E. Smith at chriss@ogjonline.com.

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