More pipelines needed to get Permian Basin oil to refineries

Fuel Fix:
West Texas oil production outgrowing pipeline capacity

“From the looks of it there could be several thousand barrels a day worth of midstream capacity shortages by the end of the year,” Mara Roberts, a New York-based analyst at BMI Research, said in a phone interview. “The rate of growth in takeaway pipeline capacity is going to be where the bottleneck is, and that will choke access to the market for producers.”
Matching infrastructure with increased production continues to be an issue.  There are some new pipelines in the works, but they could be a couple of years from completion.


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