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EPIC Crude Oil Pipeline Put in Service

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   |    Friday,February 28,2020

EPIC Crude Holdings, LP announced the successful commissioning of its 30” permanent crude oil pipeline.

The Company is now making all crude oil deliveries out of the Crude Oil Pipeline and has ceased interim service deliveries from the 24” EPIC Y-Grade pipeline. The 30” Crude Oil Pipeline extends from EPIC’s Crane terminal to Robstown, TX, with an initial capacity of approximately 600,000 barrels of oil per day and is expected to be in full service on April 1, 2020. The pipeline currently has 2.3 million barrels of operational storage and will increase to a total of 5.4 million by April 1st.

Remaining construction of the project is primarily focused on installing an additional 2.1 million barrels of operational storage, bringing total storage to 7.5 million barrels, as well as completing the East Dock that is expected to be operational in the second half of 2020 adding the capability of loading Suezmax vessels. The West Dock began loading operations in December 2019 and is adjacent to the East Dock. Concurrently with the commissioning of the 30” Crude Oil Pipeline, EPIC has begun the clean out process and transition of the 24” Y-Grade pipeline back to NGL service.

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