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Caliber Midstream snaps up American Midstream's ND assets

Caliber Midstream Holdings LP bought American Midstream Partners LP's assets in North Dakota, including a crude oil gathering and pipeline transportation system, for an undisclosed sum.

The system comprises a 47-mile pipeline and related facilities capable of moving oil to MPLX LP's Tesoro High Plains pipeline and Energy Transfer LP's Dakota Access pipeline, according to an Aug. 6 news release. The system provides regional producers with access to refinery, rail and pipeline markets.

The deal expands Caliber's operations in McKenzie County, N.D., to 368 miles of pipeline across its four service lines in the area. The company said it plans to add 11 more miles to its system by the end of the year.

Holland & Hart LLP was legal counsel to Caliber.

Caliber provides midstream services to producers in the Bakken and Three Forks shale oil plays. It operates through a partnership between BlackRock Inc. fund BlackRock Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund I LP and energy company Triangle Petroleum Corp. American Midstream recently closed its all-cash merger with an ArcLight Energy Partners Fund V affiliate, making it a wholly owned unit of the latter.