The proposed Voyager pipeline would extend nearly 500 miles and could be in service in late-2020. Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (MMP) and Navigator Energy Services have launched a binding open season to gauge customer interest in a pipeline project to ship light crudes and condensate from Cushing, Okla., to Houston, MMP announced Monday. According to MMP, the proposed Voyager pipeline would comprise nearly 500 miles of new 20-inch diameter pipe linking the company’s terminals in Cushing and East Houston. At Cushing, Voyager would link to the Rockies and Bakken via the MMP-operated Saddlehorn pipeline and to Mid-Continent basins by way of Navigator’s Glass Mountain pipeline, MMP stated. Once it reaches Houston, the pipeline reportedly could link to refineries in the region as well as crude oil export export facilities, the company added. The open season documentation states that a new entity called “Magellan Navigator” would operate Voyager, which would […]