Historical Highlights

Since its inception, Centurion Pipeline has enjoyed many milestones:

  • January 31, 2004: Centurion Pipeline acquired an extensive oil-gathering and pipeline system in the Permian Basin. The acquisition provided 1,200 miles of active pipelines and a throughput capacity of approximately 160,000 barrels per day (BPD).
  • June 30, 2007: Centurion Pipeline acquired the West Texas Pipeline System, which garnered 1,550 miles of active pipelines and a throughput capacity of approximately 190,000 BPD. The West Texas System was combined with Centurion Pipeline in the fourth quarter of 2007.
  • Second Quarter 2012: Centurion Pipeline completed the construction of its Wolfberry/Midland Pipeline., a 16-inch pipeline that gathers crude oil from the Wolfberry production fields north of Midland and delivers to Centurion Pipeline's main terminal in Midland, Texas. This pipeline extends more than 50 miles and is used for transportation to key markets.
  • Second Quarter 2014: The Cline Shale Pipeline system, which transports crude oil from Irion County in West Texas to Centurion’s Colorado City Station in Scurry County, Texas, became operational.