Cameron Highway Oil Transport System by Enterprise Oil

It is the first to bring multiple production streams from the Louisiana Gulf to the main hubs of Texas City and Port Arthur. The Cameron Highway starts at the Block 332 hub, receiving oil from Holstein / Mad Dog / Atlantis, as well as Constitution / Ticonderoga. The network consists of a gathering platform on Ship Shoal 332. The 30in line then runs 240 miles along the US Outer Continental Shelf. It stretches west to a platform on Garden Banks 72 and then north-west to High Island A5. At this point, a dual, 24in line runs 69 miles to Texas City and another 70 miles to Port Arthur. At Texas City is the 450,000b/d BP refinery, scene of the unfortunate 2004 explosion, as well as the 243,000b/d Valero refinery. At Port Arthur, is the 250,000b/d Premcor refinery, the Premcor Lucas terminal, the Sunoco Nederland terminal and the Unocal Belmont terminal.

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