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Open season for Wood River-to-Patoka pipeline

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World Pipelines,

MPLX LP announced on 1 August that its subsidiary Marathon Pipe Line LLC (MPL) has commenced a binding open season for the Wood River-to-Patoka pipeline.

The binding open season allows interested shippers the opportunity to secure priority transportation service on the pipeline.

The binding open season commenced at 8 a.m. CT on 1 August 2017, and will conclude at noon CT on 31 August 2017.

"The MPLX Wood River-to-Patoka expansion project provides needed pipeline capacity for mid continent crude to midwest markets via Patoka (Illinois, USA), and creates additional throughput and revenue opportunities for MPLX," said MPLX President, Michael J. Hennigan.

The Wood River-to-Patoka pipeline in provides transportation from Wood River (Illinois) to Patoka. The project will expand the current capacity of 215 000 bpd to 345 000 bpd by increasing horsepower and adding drag-reducing agents. The expansion is expected to begin service in the second quarter of 2018.

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