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Corpus Christi-to-Monterrey pipeline plans moving forwardCorpus Christi-to-Monterrey pipeline plans moving forwardhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=133422016-06-07T05:00:00Z2016-06-07T18:15:00Z

​​​CORPUS CHRISTI - Howard Energy Partners plans to build a pipeline linking refineries in Corpus Christi to consumers south of the border.

Howard Energy Partners is moving forward with plans to build a cross-border pipeline to move gasoline, ultra-low sulfur diesel and jet fuel from refineries in Corpus Christi to customers in Monterrey, Mexico​.

The company is making the move after receiving a vote of confidence from customers on both sides of the border.

The San Antonio-based midstream company announced the ambitious Dos Aguilas project in January and launched "open seasons" in Mexico and the United States to gauge interest on both sides of the border in the 287-mile pipeline.

Howard Energy Partners plans to build four storage terminals with a combined storage capacity of 1.15 million barrels of refined product as well as 287 miles of 12-inch pipeline that will have the initial capacity to move 72,000 barrels per day.

Pending final approvals by agencies on both sides of the border, the project is on schedule to be in service the first half of 2018.​

San Antonio Business Journal
Corpus Christi
Infrastructure & Transportation
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