EPIC Crude Holdings LP ships record crude volumes of 500,000 bbl/d during 2022, according to a press release on April 6. The company provides shippers access to the premium Corpus Christi, Texas, market including EPIC Crude’s export facility as well as local refineries and other export docks.
With terminals in Orla, Pecos, Crane, Wink, Midland, Hobson and Gardendale, Texas, the EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline connects to the EPIC Marine Terminal in Corpus Chrisiti. The overall quality of crude being transported continues to differentiate EPIC Crude from other transport providers.
"Our crude volume throughput proves EPIC’s strategic importance for customers to provide safe and reliable crude oil transport out of the Delaware, Midland and Eagle Ford basins into the Corpus Christi market," EPIC Crude CEO Brian Freed said in the press release. "We have strategically positioned ourselves to take advantage of the growth we are seeing in the Permian basin and the Corpus Christi premium export markets.”
Formed in 2017, the company built and operates a 700-mile crude oil pipeline that extends from Orla, Texas, to the port of Corpus Christi. The pipeline services the Delaware, Midland and Eagle Ford basins and currently operates at a capacity of 600,000 bbl/d with a total operational storage of approximately 7.5 MMbbl.
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