Ingleside Pipeline Begins Shipping to Moda's Ingleside Energy Center

(P&GJ) — Harvest Midstream announced the successful commissioning this week of two connections between Harvest’s Ingleside Pipeline and Moda Midstream.

Moda facilities at Ingleside, Texas (photo: Moda Midstream)

“Just a few months after the announcement of the Ingleside Pipeline’s completion, it is a huge win for Harvest and our customers to have these new connections in place,” said Jason Rebrook, CEO of Harvest Midstream Company.

On June 23, Harvest announced the completion of the 600,000-bpd Ingleside Pipeline, a 24-mile, 24-inch oil pipeline. It originates at the Harvest Midway Terminal and can receive up to 380,000 bpd from the existing Harvest Eagle Ford pipeline system, the company said.

The first of two connections commissioned this week provides shippers with access from the Harvest Ingleside Pipeline to Moda Midstream’s Ingleside Energy Center located in Ingleside, Texas.

The second connection is a bi-direction connection between the Harvest Ingleside Pipeline and Moda Midstream’s Taft Terminal located in Taft, Texas.

The bi-directional capability allows Moda’s Taft Terminal to receive crude volumes from Harvest’s Ingleside Pipeline and also deliver volumes to Harvest’s Ingleside Pipeline.

The Harvest Midway Terminal is scheduled to start full operations on Oct. 1.

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