Sea Port Oil Terminal (SPOT) Pipeline
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Sea Port Oil Terminal (SPOT) Pipeline is a proposed offshore oil pipeline that runs from Texas to the Gulf of Mexico.
The pipeline runs from the Enterprise Crude Houston (ECHO) Oil Terminal in Texas, USA to the Gulf of Mexico.
- Owner: Enbridge; Enterprise Products Partners
- Capacity: 2,020,000 barrel per day (bpd)
- Length: 112 miles / 180.24 km
- Diameter: 36-inches
- Status: Proposed
- Start Year:
The project includes one new 36-inch, 50-mile pipeline from the Enterprise Crude Houston (ECHO) Oil Terminal to Oyster Creek Oil Terminal, two collocated 36-inch, 12-mile (total) pipelines from the Oyster Creek Oil Terminal to offshore pipe connection in the Gulf of Mexico, and two new collocated, bi-directional 36-inch 50-mile (total) offshore pipelines to a platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Articles and resources
- U.S. liquids pipeline projects, Energy Information Administration, June 7, 2021