SEKCO Oil Pipeline
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SEKCO Oil Pipeline is an oil pipeline in the United States.
The Southeast Keathley Canyon Pipeline (“SEKCO”) runs from the Lucius-truss spar floating production platform to an existing junction platform at South Marsh Island 205 as part of the Enterprise-operated Poseidon pipeline system.
- Operator: Enterprise Products Partners (50.00%), Genesis Energy (New Zealand) (50.00%)
- Capacity: 115,000 barrels per day
- Length: 149 miles (239.8 km)
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2014
In 2014, the pipeline construction was completed by Southeast Keathley Canyon Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (“SEKCO”), which was a 50/50 joint-venture between Energy and Genesis. The 18-inch diameter pipeline stretches 149 miles and connects the Lucius-truss spar floating production platform to an existing platform at South Marsh Island 205, which is part of the Enterprise-operated Poseidon Pipeline system. The Lucius production zone is estimated to contain around 300 million barrels of crude oil reserves and is operated by a production group lead by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.
In 2015, Genesis Energy purchased $1.5 billion worth of Enterprise Products' assets in the Gulf such as oil and gas pipelines along with interests in various oil platforms. As part of this deal, Genesis purchased Enterprise's SEKCO oil pipeline system.
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