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DAPL receives crude deliveries

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American Midstream Partners, LP (AMID) announced that it has commenced deliveries from its 40 000 bpd Bakken crude oil gathering system near Watford City, North Dakota (USA) into the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL).

The company’s DAPL interconnect provides optionality to high value market alternatives and take-away capabilities for gathered barrels and volume brought through AMID’s trucking terminal. The connection is strategically located to give producers access to DAPL upstream of the delivery and storage hub at Johnsons Corner. AMID has expanded service offerings and the competitive footprint of its system by providing hydrogen sulfide treating capabilities allowing producers to meet pipeline specifications for crude oil delivery.

“We are excited to have initial deliveries into DAPL, an integral connection to realise higher market returns for our customers,” said Lynn L. Bourdon, President and Chief Executive Officer. “The connection is a continuation of our strategy to optimise the long-term value of our assets by giving producers a suite of services with strong market connectivity via multiple pipeline takeaway points.”

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