Our refined product pipeline system transports light refined products from HollyFrontier's Southwest and Rocky Mountain refineries and Alon's Big Spring refinery in Texas to their customers in the metropolitan and rural areas of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Oklahoma, northern Mexico, southern Utah and Las Vegas and Nevada. Refined products transported in these pipelines include conventional gasolines, federal, state and local specification reformulated gasoline, low-octane gasoline for oxygenate blending, distillates that include high- and low-sulfur diesel and jet fuel and LPGs (such as propane, butane and isobutane).

Our intermediate product pipelines consist of five intermediate product pipelines that connect HFC’s Tulsa East and West refinery facilities and two 65 mile pipelines that transport intermediate feedstocks and crude oil from HFC’s Navajo refinery facilities in Lovington, New Mexico to its refinery facilities in Artesia, New Mexico.

Our crude pipelines consist of crude oil trunk, gathering and connection pipelines located in west Texas and New Mexico that deliver crude oil to HFC’s Navajo and El Dorado refineries. In addition, HEP owns an interest in several crude pipelines that supply crude oil to HFC’s Woods Cross and El Dorado Refineries.

Our pipelines are regularly inspected and well maintained. Generally, other than as provided in the pipelines and terminal agreements with HollyFrontier and Alon, substantially all of our pipelines are unrestricted as to the direction in which product flows and the types of refined products that we can transport on them. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") regulates the transportation tariffs for interstate shipments on our refined product pipelines and state regulatory agencies regulate the transportation tariffs for intrastate shipments on our pipelines.

Our pipeline assets include:

  • approximately 810 miles of refined product pipelines, including 340 miles of leased pipelines, that transport gasoline, diesel and jet fuel principally from HFC’s Navajo refinery in New Mexico to its customers in the metropolitan and rural areas of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and northern Mexico;
  • approximately 510 miles of refined product pipelines that transport refined products from Alon’s Big Spring refinery in Texas to its customers in Texas and Oklahoma;
  • two 65-mile intermediate pipelines that transport intermediate feedstocks and crude oil from HFC’s Navajo refinery crude oil distillation and vacuum facilities in Lovington, New Mexico to its petroleum refinery facilities in Artesia, New Mexico;
  • one 65-mile pipeline that is used for the shipment of crude oil from the gathering systems in Barnsdall and Beeson, New Mexico to the Navajo refinery Artesia and Lovington facilities;
  • approximately 940 miles of crude oil trunk, gathering and connection pipelines located in West Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma that primarily deliver crude oil to HFC’s Navajo refinery;
  • approximately 8 miles of refined product pipelines that support HFC’s Woods Cross refinery located near Salt Lake City, Utah;
  • gasoline and diesel connecting pipelines located at HFC’s Tulsa East refinery facility;
  • five intermediate product and gas pipelines between HFC’s Tulsa East and West refinery facilities;
  • crude receiving assets located at HFC’s Cheyenne refinery;
  • a 75% interest in the UNEV Pipeline, a 427-mile, 12-inch refined products pipeline running from Woods Cross, Utah to Las Vegas, Nevada;
  • 50% joint venture interest in Cheyenne Pipeline LLC – the owner of an 87-mile crude oil pipeline from Fort Laramie, Wyoming to Cheyenne, Wyoming.
  • a 50% interest in the Osage Pipeline, a 135-mile crude oil pipeline running from Cushing, Oklahoma to El Dorado, Kansas;
  • a 50% interest in Frontier Pipeline, a 289-mile crude oil pipeline running from Casper, Wyoming to Frontier Station, Utah through a connection to the SLC Pipeline; and
  • a 25% interest in the SLC Pipeline, a 95-mile intrastate crude oil pipeline system that transports crude oil into the Salt Lake City, Utah area from the Utah terminus of the Frontier Pipeline, as well as crude oil flowing from Wyoming and Utah via Plains All American Pipeline, L. P.’s (“Plains”) Rocky Mountain Pipeline