Delaware Crossing Pipeline
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Delaware Crossing Pipeline is an operating oil pipeline in the USA.
The pipeline will run from Pecos County, Texas, to connections in Reeves and Winkler counties, Texas, USA.
- Owner: Chevron; Salt Creek Midstream
- Parent company: Chevron; ARM Energy; Ares Management
- Capacity: 160,000 bpd, expandable to 210,000 bpd
- Length: 95 miles
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 2019
Noble Midstream Partners was originally an owner but later merged with Chevron.
The pipeline is a 16-inch crude oil pipeline, and a joint venture among gathering and transportation services: Noble Midstream Partners (now Chevron) and Salt Creek Midstream. Salt Creek Midstream is a joint venture of Houston-based ARM Energy Holdings LLC and funds managed by Los Angeles-based Ares Management LP.
The pipeline began operation in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Articles and resources
- Planned Projects Pipelines and Gas Journal, accessed August 23, 2019
- Noble Midstream Partners Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results Business Wire, February 12, 2020
- Affairs, Chevron Policy, Government and Public. "Chevron and Noble Midstream Partners LP Complete Merger Transaction". chevron.com. Retrieved 2022-03-23.
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- Olivia Pulsinelli, Houston-based midstream JV formed to target Delaware Basin Houston Business Journal, Apr 16, 2018