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Jupiter Pipeline is a proposed oil pipeline in the United States. In June 2020 the project was put on hold "indefinitely".
The pipeline will run from Crane, Texas to Brownsville, Texas.
- Owner: Jupiter Energy
- Proposed capacity: 1,000,000 barrels per day
- Length: 650 miles / 1046.1 kilometers
- Status: Shelved
- Start Year: 2021
- Financing: Undisclosed financial support from Charon System Advisors
The Jupiter Pipeline is a proposed 650 mile, 36” crude oil pipeline from Crane to Brownsville, Texas, with connections in the Three Rivers area to existing Corpus and Houston destination pipelines. At the Brownsville terminus, the Jupiter Pipeline would connect to Jupiter's proposed Brownsville Oil Terminal, which is planned to consist of up to 10 million barrels of storage, three docks in the Port of Brownsville and an offshore VLCC loading facility.
According to S&P Global, the Jupiter Pipeline is "on hold indefinitely". The project is one of several Permian oil and gas pipelines facing delays or possible cancellation due to COVID-19 related decreases in global demand and North American production.
Articles and resources
- Jordan Blum, "US oil midstream sector enters hibernation as pandemic wreaks industry toll", S&P Global, Jun. 25, 2020
- National Energy and Petrochemical Map , FracTracker, February 28, 2020
- "JupiterMLP secures funding to advance Permian-to-GC oil line", Oil & Gas Journal, Oct. 18, 2018
- Sheela Tobben, "A Wave of Oil Pipeline Projects Is Late to the Permian Boom", Bloomberg, Jan. 2, 2020
- Vision Jupiter, accessed August 22, 2019