The expanded western leg of MMP’s Texas refined products pipeline system will boast a 175,000-bpd rather than 150,000-bpd capacity. First it was 50 percent. Now it’s 75 percent. That’s how much more gasoline and diesel fuel Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (MMP) will be able to transport on the western leg of its Texas refined petroleum products pipeline system. The company reported Monday that it has decided to add 75,000 rather than 50,000 barrels per day (bpd) of new capacity on the western leg of the currently 100,000-bpd system. The higher new capacity figure stems from additional committed volume received during a recent supplemental open season, MMP noted. “Magellan’s expansion of our refined products pipeline into West Texas provides our customers with continued flexibility to meet growing demand for gasoline and diesel fuel in the region with supply from our Gulf Coast and Mid-Continent origins,” Michael Means, MMP’s CEO, said […]