Eagle Ford crude production is close to 600 MB/d. Midstream infrastructure projects are springing up left, right and center to deliver this production to refineries. Today we discover how just two of the seven takeaway pipeline projects built or getting built this year to deliver Eagle Ford crude to the Gulf Coast will have more than enough capacity to deliver current production.
In the first episode of this series (see Part I) we covered Eagle Ford production and the advantageous pricing that producers in the region can obtain compared to their brethren in the Bakken.
Routes to Market
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