Way to celebrate arrival of the autumnal equinox. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest achievements by Houston-based Harvest Midstream, which has just announced commissioning of two new connections between the company’s Ingleside Pipeline and two crude oil terminals operated by Moda Midstream. The first connection will provide access to Moda’s Ingleside Energy Center. The second, bi-directional connection will enable receipt and delivery of supplies from Moda’s Taft Terminal. The pipeline also transports volumes to the Flint Hills Terminal, so this makes three. Harvest completed the 24-mile, 600,000 BPD Ingleside Pipeline in June, which originates at the company’s soon-to-be-operational Midway Terminal now slated to rock and roll Oct. 1. Roughly 380,000 BPD of crude will be sourced from Harvest’s existing Eagle Ford gathering systems. As one of the nation’s largest privately held midstreamers, Harvest operates a sprawling network of crude and gas gathering systems, storage, processing and treatment plants, and terminal assets across the Lower 48 and Alaska.
Harvest Midstream is an entrepreneurial, privately-held midstream service provider headquartered in Houston, Texas. Harvest Midstream safely and responsibly transports and processes oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids across the United States.