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White Cliffs Pipeline



White Cliffs Pipeline

Overview

The White Cliffs Pipeline consists of a 526-mile crude oil pipeline with an approximate capacity of 70,000 Bbl/d that originates in Platteville, Colorado and terminates in Cushing, Oklahoma. At the point of origin, it has a 100,000-barrel storage facility and a truck-loading facility with an additional 220,000 barrels of storage. The White Cliffs Pipeline is supplied by production from the Denver-Julesburg Basin and is the only direct point is SemCrude's storage facility in Cushing, Oklahoma, a major crude oil marketing center, which ultimately delivers to the mid-continent refineries. A 12” pipeline loop project (in-service 2014) will increase capacity by approximately 80,000 Bbl/d.

The White Cliffs Pipeline currently has throughput contracts with Anadarko and Noble Energy and they will be extended five years from the pipeline loop in-service date. Additionally, other parties may ship on White Cliffs Pipeline at FERC-based rates. The pipeline is a joint venture owned by SemCrude Pipeline LP (34%),Rose Rock Midstream LP (17%), Plains Pipeline LP (34%), Noble Energy, Inc. (5%) and Western Gas Partners LP (10%).

Operating Data

Market Access - White Cliffs Pipeline

 Cushing, OK

Operating Data - White Cliffs Pipeline

Capacity ~70,000 Bbls/d
Pipeline 526 Miles

White Cliffs Pipeline

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ASSET AREAS

Appalachia

Marcellus

 

East Texas

Dew/Pinnacle

 

West Texas

Haley

 

Mid-Continent

Hugoton

 

Rocky Mountains

Bison

Chipeta

Fort Union

Granger Complex

Helper/Clawson

Hilight/Newcastle

MIGC

Red Desert

Wattenberg/Platte Valley

White Cliffs Pipeline