ARB Midstream’s DJ South Gathering LLC unit last week announced another expansion of its crude oil gathering and transportation system in the DJ Basin in northeastern Colorado, Kallanish Energy reports.
DJ South’s Platteville Complex now has connectivity to Tallgrass Energy’s Pony Express Pipeline and terminal system, with the connection’s initial throughput totaling 48,000 barrels per day.
ARB’s link to Tallgrass’ Pony Express system will be fed by ARB’s 300,000 barrels of dedicated crude oil storage at Platteville, which is in turn fed by DJ South’s 90,000 Bpd Badger segment, 220,000 Bpd Matador pipeline, and the 150,000 Bpd bi-directional Freedom pipeline, linking Platteville to the Lucerne (Colorado) West terminal.
ARB bills itself as the largest privately-held crude oil gatherer in the DJ Basin. Founded roughly five years ago, the company is funded by Idaho-based investment/development company Ball Ventures.
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