Delaware Crossing Pipeline

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Delaware Crossing Pipeline is an operating oil pipeline in the USA.[1]


The pipeline will run from Pecos County, Texas, to connections in Reeves and Winkler counties, Texas, USA.[1]

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Project details

  • Operator:
  • 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[2]
  • Start year: 2019

Noble Midstream Partners was originally an owner but later merged with Chevron.[3]


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.[4]

The pipeline began operation in the fourth quarter of 2019.[2]

Articles and resources


  1. 1.0 1.1 Planned Projects Pipelines and Gas Journal, accessed August 23, 2019
  2. 2.0 2.1 Noble Midstream Partners Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results Business Wire, February 12, 2020
  3. Affairs, Chevron Policy, Government and Public. "Chevron and Noble Midstream Partners LP Complete Merger Transaction". Retrieved 2022-03-23. {{cite web}}: |first= has generic name (help)
  4. Olivia Pulsinelli, Houston-based midstream JV formed to target Delaware Basin Houston Business Journal, Apr 16, 2018

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