Andeavor was the successful bidder in Pemex's open season for the North and Pacific Systems in the Northwestern region of Mexico.
This means that Andeavor has been awarded capacity on Pemex Logistica's oil products pipeline and storage terminals in the open season 3.1 for Mexico.
The company says that with these additional positions, it intends to continue its strategic expansion within Mexico by extending its existing West Coast and Southwest integrated value chains and growing its existing marketing operations in the Northwestern region of Mexico with the ARCO brand.
The capacity includes the use of three Pemex marine and storage terminals in Baja California Sur and Sinaloa, plus two pipelines and two storage facilities in the state of Chihuahua.
Siomara Marquez, Andeavor country director, Mexico, says: 'We are excited about this awarded capacity and the opportunity it provides for additional value creation for our company, customers, business partners and communities in Mexico.'
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