ARB Midstream Expands Via Connection to Pony Express



ARB Midstream Expands Via Connection to Pony Express
The link to the Pony Express system will be fed by ARB's 300,000 barrels of crude oil storage at Platteville.

DJ South Gathering LLC, a subsidiary of ARB Midstream LLC, has expanded its oil gathering and transportation system in the DJ Basin in northeastern Colorado.  DJ’s Platteville Complex now has connectivity to Tallgrass Energy LP's Pony Express Pipeline and terminal system. 

With an initial throughput of 48,000 bd, the new connection into Tallgrass' Grasslands terminal furthers ARB’s mission to operate the most connected crude pipeline system and offer shippers the widest market access in the DJ Basin.

The link to the Pony Express system will be fed by ARB's 300,000 barrels of crude oil storage at Platteville, which is in turn fed by DJ’s 90,000 bd Badger segment, 220,000 bd Matador pipeline and the 150,000 bd bi-directional Freedom pipeline, linking Platteville to Lucerne West.

ARB's oil gathering systems include more than 250 miles of new pipeline covering the core of the DJ Basin, with over 625,000 bd of planned and existing throughput capacity and 600,000 barrels of storage. 

BV Natural Resources, a division of Ball Ventures, is funding the expansion.

Denver-based ARB Midstream owns and operates approximately 1,000 miles of pipeline and two million barrels of storage in key producing regions in Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming, and North Dakota.

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