Enterprise Products Partners L.P.

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10-K
ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS L P filed this Form 10-K on 02/28/2018
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In total, the Seaway Pipeline includes 21 storage tanks located along the Texas Gulf Coast having a combined 9.6 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage tank capacity (4.8 MMBbls net to our ownership interest).  This includes four storage tanks that are located at our ECHO terminal, two of which are owned by Seaway and two that we lease to Seaway.

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The Red River System gathers and transports crude oil from North Texas and southern Oklahoma for delivery to local refineries and pipeline interconnects for further transportation to the Cushing hub.  The Red River System includes 1.1 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage capacity.

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The West Texas System connects crude oil gathering systems in West Texas and southeast New Mexico to our terminal facility in Midland, Texas.  The West Texas System includes 0.6 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage capacity.

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The South Texas Crude Oil Pipeline System transports crude oil and condensate originating in South Texas to the Greater Houston area.  The system includes 3.6 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage capacity, including 1.8 MMBbls located in Sealy, Texas. The South Texas Crude Oil Pipeline System also includes our Rancho II pipeline, which extends 89-miles from Sealy, Texas to our ECHO terminal.  From ECHO, we have connectivity to refineries and downstream assets including our export dock facilities.

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The Basin Pipeline transports crude oil from the Permian Basin in West Texas and southern New Mexico to the Cushing hub.  The Basin Pipeline includes approximately 6 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage capacity (0.8 MMBbls net to our ownership interest).

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The EFS Midstream System serves producers in the Eagle Ford Shale, providing condensate gathering and processing services as well as gathering, treating and compression services for associated natural gas.  The EFS Midstream System includes 471 miles of gathering pipelines, 11 central gathering plants having a combined condensate storage capacity of 0.3 MMBbls, 171 MBPD of condensate stabilization capacity and 1.0 Bcf/d of associated natural gas treating capacity.

We acquired the EFS Midstream System in July 2015.  For information regarding this acquisition, see Note 12 of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements included under Part II, Item 8 of this annual report.

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The Midland-to-ECHO Pipeline System transports crude oil and condensate from the Permian Basin to markets in southeast Texas.  This new 24-inch diameter pipeline, which is expected to be fully operational in the second quarter of 2018, has a design capacity of 450 MBPD. The pipeline originates at our Midland, Texas crude oil terminal and extends 416 miles to our Sealy, Texas storage facility. Volumes arriving at Sealy are then transported to our ECHO terminal using our Rancho II pipeline, which is a component of our South Texas Crude Oil Pipeline System.  When fully completed in 2018, the Midland-to-ECHO Pipeline System will include 3.8 MMBbls of operational crude oil storage capacity. Using the ECHO terminal, shippers on the Midland-to-ECHO Pipeline System have access to every refinery in Houston, Texas City, Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texas, as well as our crude oil export dock facilities.  In November 2017, we began limited service on our Midland-to-ECHO pipeline by moving a single grade of crude oil from the Permian Basin to the Houston refining and export market.

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The Eagle Ford Crude Oil Pipeline System transports crude oil and condensate for producers in South Texas.  The system, which is effectively looped and has a capacity to transport over 600 MBPD of light and medium grades of crude oil, consists of 378 miles of crude oil and condensate pipelines originating in Gardendale, Texas and extending to Corpus Christi, Texas.  The system also interconnects with our South Texas Crude Oil Pipeline System in Wilson County, Texas.  The Eagle Ford Crude Oil Pipeline System includes an aggregate 4.5 MMBbls of operational storage capacity across its system (2.2 MMBbls net to our ownership interest) and a marine barge terminal in Corpus Christi.

In addition, we are joint owners of a new deep-water marine crude oil terminal that is being constructed in Corpus Christi that is designed to handle a variety of ocean-going vessels.  The new terminal is expected to be placed into service during the third quarter of 2018.
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