Permian crude production is headed to 1.7 MMb/d by the end of 2014. Current hot spots include the Delaware Basin in Northwest Texas and Southeast New Mexico. Two refiners with plants in West Texas and New Mexico are expanding their crude gathering systems to increase local crude processing. They are also looking to increase their toll revenue from crude flows out of the Delaware. Today we look at expanded refinery gathering systems in the Delaware Basin.
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