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Oryx Midstream extends open season for new points on Delaware Basin crude system

Permian Basin midstream provider Oryx Midstream Services II LLC's subsidiary extended a binding open season for new origin and destination points on its regional crude oil transportation system serving the Delaware Basin in Texas and New Mexico.

The open season will now close June 21 at 5 p.m. CT, according to a May 31 news release. Oryx Delaware Oil Transport LLC announced the open season April 17, with an original closing date of May 31.

The open season is for planned crude deliveries from Oryx's terminal near Crane, Texas, to Gray Oak Pipeline LLC's planned Crane station; and from its terminal near Midland, Texas, to Plains All American Pipeline LP's Midland South station. The facilities are expected to provide potential shippers in the Delaware Basin with access to downstream markets within Texas and the Gulf Coast.

Oryx in April said that construction on the facilities, which would include new crude oil trunk lines and related infrastructure, was scheduled for completion in the third quarter.

Substantially all of Oryx Midstream's assets were sold to private equity firm Stonepeak Partners LP.