NuStar is building up to 400,000 barrels of tankage to hold condensate for export out of Port Corpus Christi. The condensate tanks will allow the product to be held separate from crude oil at the NuStar Corpus Christi Terminal.
Oil producers that have approval for export are enabled to utilize NuStar's pipeline and tank infrastructure in order to export condensate from the United States from Port Corpus Christi.
A 200,000 barrel per day NuStar pipeline transports Eagle Ford crude oil to the South Texas port. This pipeline could handle condensate in separate batches.
More from Reuters, here.
Also, from Tank Storage Magazine, here.
NuStar dock at Port Corpus Christi.
A multi-billion dollar LNG facility is 'full speed ahead' on the shores of the La Quinta Channel. Cheniere Energy received necessary permits to construct a liquefied natural gas facility and is set to commence.
Construction phase will support several thousand jobs over the next three years.
Port Corpus Christi Commissioners granted a third and final official approval for Cheniere Energy's use of the deep-water La Quinta Channel at Port Corpus Christi.
More news from the Corpus Christi Caller Times - here.
Houston Business Journal - here.
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