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first_imgThe continued expansion of the ARB Midstream pipeline system in the DJ Basin is funded by Ball Ventures through its energy division, BV Natural Resources ARB Midstream adds new connection to pipeline system. (Credit: Pixabay/LEEROY Agency) DJ South Gathering, LLC (“DJS”), a subsidiary of ARB Midstream, LLC (“ARB”) announces another key expansion of its fast-growing crude oil gathering and transportation system in the prolific DJ Basin in northeastern Colorado.   DJS’ Platteville Complex now has connectivity to Tallgrass Energy, LP’s Pony Express Pipeline (“Pony Express”) and terminal system.  With an initial throughput of 48,000 b/d, the connection into Tallgrass’ Grasslands terminal continues ARB’s mission to operate the most connected crude pipeline system, offer shippers the widest market access, in the DJ Basin.ARB’s link to Tallgrass’ Pony Express system will be fed by ARB’s 300,000 barrels of dedicated crude oil storage at Platteville, which is in turn fed by DJS’s 90,000 b/d Badger segment 220,000 b/d Matador pipeline and the 150,000 b/d bi-directional Freedom pipeline, linking Platteville to Lucerne West.ARB’s crude oil gathering systems include over 250 miles of new pipeline covering the core of the DJ Basin, with over 625,000 b/d of planned and existing throughput capacity and 600,000 barrels of storage.  At over 250,000 dedicated acres underpinned by fixed-fee, long term contracts, ARB is the largest privately held crude oil gatherer in the DJ Basin.The continued expansion of the ARB Midstream pipeline system in the DJ Basin is funded by Ball Ventures through its energy division: BV Natural Resources (“BV”). Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more


first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today Japanese warships on first visit to Vietnam Two ships of the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force, JS Ariake and JS Setogiri, made their first port call at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.The visit marked the first time since World War II that Japanese warships visited Vietnam.Cam Ranh Bay area is close to Xisha and Nansha Islands which are claimed by China and part of the South China Sea dispute between China on one side and its neighboring countries on the other.Asked about a comment on the arrival of Japanese warships to Vietnam, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said: “It is beyond reproach for any two countries to carry out normal cooperation. However, if such cooperation targets a third party especially China or undermines regional peace and stability, China will definitely state its position.”The visit comes after a G7 meeting held in Hiroshima, Japan during which the leaders of seven nations adopted a declaration on maritime issues which called for restraint in the South China Sea dispute.The Chinese government said that while it supports freedom of navigation it would also uphold its territorial sovereignty.Commenting on the resolution, Kang said: “Given the sluggish global economic recovery at the moment, G7 should have focused on global economic governance and cooperation instead of hyping up maritime issues and fueling tensions in the region.”“China is strongly dissatisfied with relevant moves taken by G7. We urge G7 members to abide by their promise of not taking sides on territorial disputes, respect the efforts by regional countries, stop all irresponsible words and actions, and make constructive contribution to regional peace and stability.”[mappress mapid=”17782″] Authorities April 13, 2016 Share this article Japanese warships on first visit to Vietnam View post tag: JS Setogiri View post tag: JS Asagiri View post tag: JMSDFlast_img read more