San Mateo Midstream Completes Crude Oil Pipeline System in New Mexico

DALLAS – San Mateo Midstream’s Black River Oil Pipeline has been placed its Rustler Breaks Pipeline System into service in Eddy County, N.M., following a successful open season earlier this year.

The system includes 17 miles of 10-inch crude oil gathering and transportation pipelines, which interconnects with Plains Pipeline.

Subsidiaries of San Mateo and a Plains subsidiary have agreed, through a joint tariff arrangement, to offer producers located within the 400,000-acre joint development area in the county, crude oil transportation services from the wellhead to Midland, Texas, with access to other end markets.

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