Cactus III Oil Pipeline
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The Cactus III Oil Pipeline was a proposed oil pipeline in the Permian Basin in Texas, USA. As of February 2022, no evidence exists for further development since it was proposed in 2018, so it is presumed to be cancelled.
The pipeline would have run from McCamey, Texas, USA to Gardendale, Texas, USA.
- Owner: Plains All American Pipeline
- Parent company: Plains GP Holdings LP
- Capacity: 200,000–400,000 barrels per day
- Length: 268 miles
- Status: Cancelled
- Start year:
In July of 2018, Plains All American was considering the Cactus III, a potential project in the Permian Basin. It would involve expanding a pipeline system in the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, which is southeast of the Permian.
As of February 2022, no evidence exists for further development since it was proposed in 2018, so the pipeline is presumed to be cancelled.
Articles and resources
- Plains projects this year debottleneck its Permian crude oil gathering system, Hellenic Shipping News, July 6, 2018
- Erica Jackson, National Energy and Petrochemical Map, FracTracker Alliance, February 28, 2020
- 2018 Investor Day, Plains All American, June 5, 2018