3 MarkWest Utica “Build-Out” Pipeline Projects Now Up & Running

In February MDN reported that Marathon Petroleum had begun to build a 49-mile condensate pipeline, called HALI–the Harpster to Lima Pipeline (see Marathon Begins to Build New 49-Mile Utica Pipeline in Ohio). The purpose of the project is a pipeline “for efficient and safe delivery of condensate from the Utica Shale to refineries where it can be processed into gasoline and diesel in order to meet the needs of producers, mid-streamers, marketers, diluent blenders, and refiners as the Utica Shale continues to develop.” At the time, the pipeline was expected to go online in July–this month. It beat the clock and went live last month (see Marathon Completes 49-Mile Utica Condensate Pipeline in Ohio). MarkWest, now owned by Marathon, issued an announcement yesterday to point out not only is HALI now up and running, but so too are two other liquids pipelines that MarkWest worked to expand: East Sparta to Heath, and Heath to Harpster. Together the three pipelines are moving liquids to refineries throughout the Midwest. Marathon is also working on a project to extend their service for diluents to western Canada…

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