Kinder Morgan Expanding Its Eagle Ford Crude & Condensate Pipeline Into Karnes

$107 Million Expansion Is Supported By Long-Term Commitments From ConocoPhillips
Kinder Morgan Crude & Condensate Expansion into Karnes County

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Kinder Morgan is expanding its 300,000 b/d Eagle Ford crude & condensate pipeline (KMCC) 31 miles into Karnes County.

The expansion will extend the 178-mile pipeline from the DeWitt Station in DeWitt County, TX, to a Centeral Delivery Facility operated by ConocoPhillips near Helena in Karnes County.

Kinder Morgan will also build receipt tanks and a truck unloading facility. Construction will begin in July.

KMP Products Pipelines President Ron McClain stated “This expansion further assists our commitment to deliver up to 300,000 barrels per day of crude and condensate from the Eagle Ford Shale.”

The development is supported by long-term commitments from ConocoPhillips.

Reference the article Kinder Morgan Plans Second Condensate Facility at Galena Park for more details on the company’s condensate processing facilities.

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