Calhoun Port Expanding, Connecting to Gray Oak Pipeline

Max Midstream and the Calhoun Port Authority announced that with the recent passage of the Water Resources and Development Act by Congress that expansion of the Calhoun Port will begin this year.  The national legislation included language pursued by both Max and the CPA that authorizes the deepening and widening of the port. Calhoun Port Max also announced that it reached an agreement with Phillips 66 to connect the Gray Oak pipeline to the Calhoun Port. This will allow Permian and Eagle Ford basin crudes to export via the Port as well. “This is another great step forward for Texas energy and for markets around the world seeking Texas crude,” said Max Midstream CEO Todd Edwards.  “No

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