Grand Mesa Oil Pipeline
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The pipeline runs from Platteville, Colorado where it connects to the Saddlehorn Oil pipeline, to Cushing, Oklahoma, United States.
- Owner: Grand Mesa Pipeline, LLC
- Parent company: NGL Energy Partners
- Current capacity: 150,000 barrels per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 885 kilometers (550 miles)
- Oil source: Denver-Julesburg Basin, Colorado
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 2016
The Grand Mesa pipeline connects to the Saddlehorn Oil Pipeline in Platteville, Colorado, and transports it to Cushing, Oklahoma. The oil is from the Denver-Julesburg Basin, Colorado. The pipeline is owned by NGL Energy Partners. The pipeline runs alongside SemGroup’s 215,000 bpd White Cliffs Oil Pipeline. It was completed in 2016.
Articles and resources
- Saddlehorn-Grand Mesa Oil Pipeline, Genscape, accessed September 2017
- "Grand Mesa Pipeline". Retrieved 2022-04-13.
- "NGL Energy Partners LP Announces the Commencement of Line Fill for Grand Mesa Pipeline;," BW, October 04, 2016