NuStar Energy has launched a binding open season for a capacity expansion of its Midland Trunkline within the NuStar Permian crude system.
The company is proposing to expand the capacity of its 20-inch Midland Trunkline that runs from its Stanton Terminal to Midland Junction by adding pump upgrades at the Stanton terminal. The expansion would offer 60,000 barrels per day of such expanded capacity to the EPIC pipeline at Midland Junction.
NuStar is offering up to 90% of the expanded capacity to shippers making long-term, ship-or-pay commitments, with at least 10% available for walk-up shippers. The project is expected to be in service in the first quarter of 2020.
The open season will end on December 20.
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