BP2

BP2 is a crude oil pipeline system consisting of approximately 12 miles of pipeline and related assets, transporting crude oil for BP from the third-party owned Griffith Terminal to BP’s Whiting Refinery under FERC-regulated posted tariffs. In 2013, BP finished a modernization project at the Whiting Refinery that allows it to process growing supplies of North American crude oil, including heavy grades from Canada

  • BPMP owns a 100% interest in BP2
    • ~12 miles of 20-inch and 22-inch pipeline and related assets 
    • Capacity of 475 kbpd 
    • Transports crude oil for BP from the third-party-owned Griffith Terminal to BP’s Whiting Refinery
  • Whiting depends on BP2 as its primary pipeline for delivery of favorable Canadian heavy crude; which we believe has a significant transportation cost advantage over Gulf Coast refiners.  BP2 has the ability to ship a wide variety of crude oil types, including heavy, sour, sweet, and synthetic crude.
  • In 2013, BP finished a multi-billion dollar, multi-year modernization project at the Whiting Refinery that increased its heavy crude processing capability to take advantage of the growing supplies of heavy Canadian crude oil
    • BP2’s capacity was expanded from approximately 240 kbpd to 475 kbpd to accommodate this growth
  • BP intends to further increase the heavy crude oil processing capacity at Whiting Refinery
    • Capacity forecasted to expand towards 350 kbpd by 2020