Platts Features Hess Midstream COO in Americas Energy CEO Series
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Platts Features Hess Midstream COO in Americas Energy CEO Series

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12.05.2017

In an interview with Platts, Hess Midstream COO John Gatling describes the benefits Hess and other Bakken producers have realized from the startup of the Johnson's Corner Header System, which delivers crude from McKenzie County in North Dakota to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).

"It is operating well and the project was delivered [three months] ahead of schedule," Gatling said. Johnson's Corner is providing options for Bakken producers to fetch a premium by exporting their crude for the first time to distant markets via the U.S. Gulf Coast, Gatling said. The startup of DAPL has provided 50,000 b/d of new export capacity for Hess, while Hess Midstream still moving 10,000 b/d in rail cars to U.S. West Coast, he said.

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