Through numerous acquisitions, new builds, and strategic joint ventures, Houston-based independent Harvest Midstream—an affiliate of heavyweight Hilcorp Energy—has proved itself one heckuva force of nature. Founded in 2002, Harvest has spread like scatter-fire over the years to operate crude oil, natural gas, and NGLs assets in La., Texas, N.M., Ohio, Colo., Pa., and Alaska. The company’s operations include gathering and transmission pipelines, gas processing and treating facilities, the SW Pass Terminal on the La., Gulf Coast, the Forked Island Terminal in southern La., the Wellsville Terminal along the Ohio River, and the West Ranch to Point Comfort Terminal on the Texas Gulf Coast.
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. We have assets in Alaska, Louisiana, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.
And the company hasn’t stopped there. Not by a long shot.
Harvest now has announced completion of the 24-mile Ingleside Pipeline, which will originate from its new, under-construction Midway Terminal in Taft, Texas. The new pipeline will flow Eagle Ford crude to multiple oil export terminals in the area, including Flint Hills and the under-development Texas Gateway, as well as others in the Midway and Taft areas. With a full capacity of 600,000 BPD, the Ingleside Pipeline will shuttle up to 380,000 BPD from the company’s Harvest Eagle Ford pipeline system, which includes its Arrow and Pearsall lines. The Midway Terminal, estimated for completion by 4Q 2020, will cover 160 acres with enough crude oil storage space to hold more than 10 MMBbls.
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