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Let's not be 'crude' for EPIC NGL PipelineLet's not be 'crude' for EPIC NGL Pipelinehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=197432018-04-10T05:00:00Z2018-04-10T23:00:00Z

​​REEVES COUNTY, WEST TEXAS​ – The first phase of the EPIC NGL Pipeline went into service March 2018 in a 40-mile segment that runs from DLK Black River Midstream to Delaware Basin Midstream.

The entire 700-mile project, which has an expected completion date in late 2019, will eventually carry Permian NGLs to Corpus Christi.

Phase two, which is expected to come online July 2018, will run 250–275 miles from Delaware Basin Midstream through Reeves, Ward, and Crane counties, ending near Benedum in Upton County.

The third and final phase will stretch 400—420 miles to its end point in Nueces County.

When complete, the EPIC NGL Pipeline will have a capacity of 350,000 barrels per day of NGLs.

In Corpus Christi, EPIC is building a fractionation complex to accommodate the pipeline's volume as well as a purity product pipeline distribution system.

The NGL Pipeline is designed to run side-by-side with EPIC's crude pipeline​ that also extends from the Permian Basin to Corpus Christi.​​

Midland Reporter-Telegram
Odessa
Infrastructure & Transportation
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