Woodpat Oil Pipeline
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Woodpat Oil Pipeline, also known as the Wood River-to-Patoka Pipeline, is an oil pipeline in the United States.
The pipeline runs from Roxanna and Wood River, Illinois, to a terminal in Patoka, Illinois.
- Operator: Marathon Petroleum
- Current capacity: 315,000 barrels per day
- Proposed capacity:
- Length: 185 kilometers (115 miles)
- Diameter: 22 inches
- Status: Operating
- Start Year:
In 2003 Enbridge acquired 60% of the pipeline from Shell. As of 2017 it is operated by Marathon Petroleum. There are two parts to the pipeline. A 22-inch pipeline collects crude oil from the Platte Crude Oil Pipeline and Ozark Crude Oil Pipeline in Wood River, Illinois, and delivers it to a 500,000-barrel terminal at Patoka, Illinois. It is 57 miles long with capacity of 215,000 barrels per day (bpd). Another 12-inch pipeline transports crude oil received in Roxanna, Illinois from the Ozark pipeline system to Marathon's tank farm in Patoka, Illinois, and is 58 miles long with capacity of 99,000 bpd. This section is leased from a third party under a lease that expires in 2020.
Articles and resources
- Woodpat Oil Pipeline, A Barrel Full, accessed September 2017
- "MPLX Announces Successful Joint Binding Open Season on Cushing-to-Patoka Pipeline Expansion". www.prnewswire.com. 26 February 2018. Retrieved 2022-03-11.
- "Cushing to Patoka Expansion Joint Binding Open Season". www.mplx.com. January 2018. Retrieved 2022-03-11.
- "Keystone XL, Dakota Access Could Cause Bottlenecks at U.S. Mid-Continent Storage Hubs, Shift Crude Prices," Genscape, February 14, 2017
- "10K," Marathon Petroleum, Dec 2013