Caliber Midstream acquires North Dakota assets from AMid

Caliber Midstream Holdings LP, Denver, has acquired crude oil gathering and pipeline assets in North Dakota from American Midstream Partners LP (AMid).

Caliber Midstream Holdings LP, Denver, has acquired crude oil gathering and pipeline assets in North Dakota from American Midstream Partners LP (AMid).

The assets include a crude oil gathering and pipeline transportation system consisting of a 47-mile pipeline and related facilities with the ability to transport crude oil to the Tesoro High Plains Pipeline and the Energy Transfer Dakota Access Pipeline. The system provides regional producers with flexibility and access to refinery, rail, and pipeline markets. The system also has the capability to receive volumes through its truck rack.

Caliber now owns and operates 368 miles of pipeline across its four service lines in North Dakota’s McKenzie County. Caliber is scheduled to add an additional 11 miles to its crude gathering and transmission system by yearend.

AMid was acquired by affiliates of ArcLight Energy Partners in July.

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