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- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
- Covert Buick
- Endeavor Real Estate Group
- H. E. Butt Grocery Company
- McDonald's Corporation
- Public Storage
- Simon Property Group
- Taco Bell
- Taco Cabana
- Tetco Stores, L.P.
- U-Haul Corporation
- Weingarten Realty Investors
News & Resources
New Permian Highway Pipeline Announced by Kinder Morgan
June 27, 2018
Kinder Morgan has announced plans to construct a gas pipeline connecting the Permian Basin to Houston, Corpus Christi, and hubs in Mexico. The 430 mile pipeline, dubbed the Permian Highway Pipeline, will be a joint venture between Kinder Morgan and Midland-based EagleClaw Midstream and is expected to cost $2 billion to construct. The pipeline is expected to be in operation by 2020.
Pipeline Bottleneck in the Permian Basin Leads to Shut In Wells
June 21, 2018
According to Scott, Sheffield, the Chairman of Pioneer Natural Resources Co., capacity to transport oil out of the Permian Basin is expected to reach capacity in the next three to four months. Mr. Sheffield indicated that some companies may have to shut in production or move rigs away given existing pipeline constraints.
ExxonMobil and Plains All American Pipeline Announce New Pipeline Project
June 13, 2018
On Tuesday June 12, ExxonMobil and Plains All American Pipeline announced a new pipeline project that would connect the Permian basin with the Texas Gulf Coast. The pipeline is intended to alleviate a bottleneck caused by rising production in the Permian Basin and rising oil prices. No estimated costs or construction schedule were announced.
Production in the Permian Basin Creates Demand for Additional Cross-Texas Pipelines
June 4, 2018
The increasing value of oil has resulted in additional demand for pipelines to move oil and gas production from the Permian Basin to Houston and Corpus Christi.