The changing US crude supply picture on the Gulf Coast region has already encouraged significant new infrastructure investment to bring crude to market by pipeline as well as logistics ingenuity to bring crude to market by rail. The net result will be over 3 MMb/d of new crude supply arriving at the Texas Gulf coast over the next two years. Some logistics companies are also betting that distributing all that crude to refineries will be a far from smooth process that they can benefit from. Today we begin a series looking at crude storage and blending facilities on the Gulf Coast.
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