Plains All American plans to spend $120 million to construct a new natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionator and expand its condensate stabilization facility in South Texas.
The new fractionator will be located near the company’s Gardendale facilities in La Salle County, TX.
The fractionator is supported by third party commitments and will have capacity of 15,000 b/d of Y-Grade and off-spec Y-Grade products.
Plain All American’s existing Gardendale truck and rail infrastructure will be upgraded to handle unloading and loading of Y-Grade products. Plains will also build 80,000 bbls of storage for the NGL products
The condensate stabilization train will be the third in the area and will provide approximately 40,000 barrels per day of incremental capacity. Total capacity will be 120,000 b/d when it is completed.
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