Western Refining plans Delaware basin line

Western Refining Inc. plans to lay 40 miles of 12-in. diameter pipeline for light crude oil and condensate produced in the Delaware basin of Texas.

The pipeline will connect Western Refining Logistics LP’s Mason Station crude-oil gathering facility in Reeves County with a new crude-gathering facility at Wink Station in Winkler County.

The pipeline will allow delivery of as much as 125,000 b/d of oil greater than 45° gravity to common-carrier pipelines at Wink.

Service is to start by mid-2015.

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