Midstreamers Announce Open Seasons

Midstreamers Announce Open Seasons

Dallas-based Navigator Energy has launched a binding open season for expansion of the company’s planned Borger Express Pipeline, which will extend from the Cushing Hub to Borger, Texas. The system will include an existing 180-mile crude oil pipeline and 200 miles of new pipe that will stretch from Cleo Springs, Okla., to Borger. Upon completion in early 2022, the Borger Express will be capable of transporting 90,000 BPD of five neat grades of crude oil and condensate bound for third-party storage facilities and a refinery in Borger. The call for shipper commitments runs from Oct. 5 – Nov. 5. Turning to the West, Dallas-based Holly Energy has announced a binding open season to expand crude oil capacity to 56,000 BPD on its 289-mile Frontier Aspen Pipeline. The Frontier Aspen, which runs from Casper, Wyo., to Frontier Station, Utah, connects to the company’s SLC Pipeline that ultimately delivers crude to Salt Lake City refiners. Commercial service is expected in 3Q 2021. Open season extends from Oct. 1 – Oct. 22.

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Navigator Energy Services is a growth-oriented, independent midstream company focused on developing and delivering midstream infrastructure solutions for America’s energy producers. The company’s sole focus is to provide its customers with comprehensive midstream solutions that maximize both operational flexibility and the value of their hydrocarbons.

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Phillips 66, Marathon, CVR Energy, and HollyFrontier have ramped up their projects amid the slowdown in gasoline demand. Phillips 66 in August announced plans to repurpose its refinery in Rodeo, Calif., to produce 100% renewable fuels from oils, fats, and greases. Retooling is expected to take 18-20 months. Once operational, Rodeo Renewed will produce more than 800 million gallons a year, making it the largest plant of its kind in the world. Acquiring enough greasy supplies for use as feedstock, however, could pose its own challenges. Curiously, the U.S. doesn’t produce enough. Getting ahead of the demand, Valero has inked a deal for fats and used cooking oil with Darling Ingredients, which collects and converts animal-based products across the globe. So, the next time you hear “Fries with that?” yep, you know what to say.

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