April 2018, Vol.245, No.4


Epic Completes Phase 2 of NGL Pipeline from Delaware, Midland Basins

Epic Midstream Holdings announced completion of Phase 2 of the Epic Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline and said product is now running from DLK Black River Midstream to Benedum, Texas.

The completion of 205 miles of the total 700 mile pipeline comes less than three months after Epic finished construction on Phase 1. Work continues on Phase 3, which will run from Benedum to Corpus Christi, Texas.

The NGL pipeline is now connected to five processing complexes that have a capacity of Bcf. When complete, the EPIC NGL pipeline will have a throughput capacity of over 440,000 bpd with multiple origin points in the Delaware and Midland Basins.

Epic began construction of the NGL pipeline in December 2017 after signing a definitive agreement with BP Energy to anchor the project.

In addition, it was announced Houston-based Optimized Process Designs was contracted to provide engineering, procurement, and construction services for EPIC’s first 100,000 bpd fractionation train.

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