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UNEV Pipeline

The UNEV Pipeline is a 425 mile, 12-inch diameter common carrier refined products pipeline running from North Salt Lake City, Utah to North Las Vegas, Nevada. The pipeline has a current capacity of 60,000 barrels per day.

UNEV provides petroleum product transportation and terminal services to the petroleum industry through the UNEV Pipeline and terminals located near Cedar City, Utah and North Las Vegas, Nevada.


The UNEV Pipeline and the Cedar City and North Las Vegas terminals are owned by UNEV Pipeline, LLC ("UNEV"), a joint venture between a subsidiary of Holly Energy Partners, L.P. and Sinclair Transportation Company.

The UNEV Pipeline is operated under the oversight of the U.S. Department of Transportation and PHMSA (Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration).


Cedar City Terminal

The Cedar City, Utah terminal has capacity to store 200,000 barrels of refined product. The terminal has two bays for loading products onto fuel transport trucks. The terminal also has a rail facility capable of offloading motor fuels and ethanol.


North Las Vegas Terminal

Location: 13420 Grand Valley Parkway, North Las Vegas, NV 89165

The North Las Vegas, Nevada terminal has capacity to store approximately 440,000 barrels of refined product. The terminal also has four bays for loading fuel transport trucks and a single bay for offloading ethanol trucks. UNEV has begun design and permitting on a planned butane blending expansion of the North Las Vegas terminal. The project is scheduled to be completed during the first quarter of 2016.

These terminals receive gasoline and diesel fuel from refineries in Utah and Wyoming allowing fuel products to be delivered to consumers and retail outlets in Southern Utah, Southern Nevada and surrounding states.

UNEV is committed to operating in a safe and reliable manner and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

For information regarding UNEV Pipeline FERC Tariff Rates, please click here.

For more information about pipeline safety, please click here.

UNEV Pipeline

Page last updated: 1/18/16