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Tallgrass Energy announces open season for expansion on Pony Express Pipeline

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Tallgrass Energy, LP, through its affiliate Tallgrass Pony Express Pipeline, LLC (Pony Express), has announced a binding open season soliciting shipper commitments for crude oil transportation from a new origin near Carpenter, Wyoming, to Pony Express destinations in Colorado.

Based on commitments received in this binding open season, Pony Express plans to build approximately 25 miles of new 12-in. pipeline from the Hereford origin to the new origin point in Wyoming, expanding capacity from Wyoming to Sterling, Colorado, on the Pony Express system. Pony Express expects the new pipeline to be in-service in 2Q20.

The open season will run from 20 November 2019, to 20 January 2020.

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