AnEnLink Midstream Partners LPsubsidiary has launched a binding open season for volume commitments on itsGreater Chickadeecrude oil gathering system.
The systemincludes more than 150 miles of high- and low-pressure pipelines, as well ascentral tank batteries and pump, truck injection and storage stations. It hasorigin points in Upton and Midland counties in Texas and destination points attwo terminals in Midland County, Texas, according to a July 11 news release.
"WithChickadee, we are leveraging and growing our existing Midland Basin crude oilassets to better serve customers looking to transport crude to major markethubs," said Barry Davis, chairman, president and CEO of EnLink Midstream.
EnLink isinvesting about $70 million to $80 million for the project, which is expectedto be fully operational by early 2017. The open season is set to close on Aug.10.
Foradditional details, EnLink listed Rick Van Eyk, vice president of businessdevelopment, as a point of contact. Van Eyk can be contacted at 713-739-3244 email@example.com.