Open season starts for Texas crude line

A subsidiary of Medallion Midstream LLC, Irving, Tex., has begun a binding open season for a crude oil pipeline in Texas between Garden City in Glasscock County and the Colorado City hub in Scurry County, about 60 miles north.

Medallion Pipeline Co. LLC’s Wolfcamp Connector would have a capacity of 65,000 b/d.

Medallion said it is considering a southward extension of the Wolfcamp Connector from the Garden City Station about 40 miles into Reagan County, depending on commitments received in the open season. The Reagan County Extension would be able to carry 40,000 b/d of crude to the Garden City Station interconnection with the Wolfcamp Connector.

Target start-ups are the third quarter of 2014 for the Wolfcamp Connector and the fourth quarter of 2014 for the Reagan County Extension.

The open season ends at 5 p.m. Central Standard Time on Nov. 27.

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