So far in 2013 around 645 Mb/d of new crude oil pipeline capacity has opened up to ship supplies to the Texas Gulf Coast. Early this month (December) line fill starts on the largest new capacity addition to date – the 700 Mb/d Keystone Gulf Coast Pipeline. The new pipeline runs from Cushing to Port Arthur and will carry mostly Canadian heavy crude. Today we wonder if all that crude will find a home.
RBN School of Energy – Back2Back!!
It’s back! Back2Back. Registration for RBN’s Spring 2014 School of Energy is now open. To keep the conference size manageable while accommodating a larger number of participants, we are doing two School of Energy conferences – Back2Back. See the link below to register.
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