Operations

Phillips 66 Partners consists of the following assets:

Clifton Ridge Crude System: A crude oil pipeline, terminal and storage system located in Sulphur, Louisiana, that is the primary source for delivery of crude oil to Phillips 66’s Lake Charles Refinery.

Sweeny to Pasadena Products System: A refined petroleum product pipeline, terminal and storage system extending from Phillips 66’s Sweeny Refinery in Old Ocean, Texas, to our refined petroleum product terminal in Pasadena, Texas, and ultimately connecting to the Explorer and Colonial refined petroleum product pipeline systems and other third-party pipeline and terminal systems. This system is the primary distribution outlet for diesel and gasoline produced at Phillips 66’s Sweeny Refinery.

Hartford Connector Products System: A refined petroleum product pipeline, terminal and storage system located in Hartford, Illinois, that distributes diesel and gasoline produced at Phillips 66’s jointly owned and operated Wood River Refinery to the Explorer pipeline system and third-party pipeline and terminal systems.

Gold Line Products System: A refined petroleum product pipeline system that runs from the Phillips 66 jointly owned and operated refinery in Borger, Texas, to Cahokia, Illinois, with access to Phillips 66’s Ponca City Refinery, as well as two parallel lateral lines that run from Paola, Kansas, to Kansas City, Kansas. The system includes four terminals located at Wichita, Kansas; Kansas City, Kansas; Jefferson City, Missouri; and Cahokia, Illinois.

Medford Spheres: Two refinery-grade propylene storage spheres located in Medford, Oklahoma, that provide an outlet for delivery of refinery-grade propylene from Phillips 66’s Ponca City Refinery, through interconnections with third-party pipelines, to Mont Belvieu, Texas.

Bayway Rail Rack: A four-track, 120-rail-car crude oil receiving facility located in Linden, New Jersey, within Phillips 66’s Bayway Refinery. The rail rack unloads crude oil and delivers it to storage tanks within the Bayway Refinery.

Ferndale Rail Rack: A two-track, 54-rail-car crude oil receiving facility located in Ferndale, Washington, adjacent to Phillips 66’s Ferndale Refinery. The rail rack unloads crude oil and delivers it to storage tanks at the Ferndale Refinery.

Cross-Channel Connector Products System: A refined petroleum product pipeline originating at our Pasadena terminal in Pasadena, Texas, running to terminal facilities located at Kinder Morgan’s Pasadena terminal and its Galena Park Station in Galena Park, Texas, and terminating at the Holland Avenue Junction in Galena Park, Texas, where it connects to Magellan’s Galena Park terminal and South System Pipeline. This system provides shippers with a connection from our Pasadena terminal to third-party systems with water access on the Houston Ship Channel. A third-party origination location and connection is anticipated to be completed and begin operations in the first half of 2016, which would provide additional product connectivity to our Cross-Channel Connector Products System.

Eagle Ford Gathering System: In September 2015, full operations commenced on this crude oil gathering system that consists of two pipelines and a storage facility near Helena and Tilden, Texas. The gathering system connects Eagle Ford production to third-party pipelines.

Sand Hills/Southern Hills Joint Ventures: We own one-third equity interests in DCP Sand Hills Pipeline, LLC. The Sand Hills Pipeline transports NGL from plants in the Permian and Eagle Ford basins to fractionation facilities along the Texas Gulf Coast and the Mont Belvieu, Texas, market hub. The Southern Hills Pipeline transports NGL from the Midcontinent to fractionation facilities along the Texas Gulf Coast and the Mont Belvieu market hub.

Explorer Pipeline Joint Venture: We own 21.94 percent equity interest in Explorer. The Explorer Pipeline is a refined petroleum product pipeline extending from the Texas Gulf Coast to Indiana, transporting refined petroleum products to more than 70 major cities in 16 U.S. states.

Bakken Joint Venture: We participate in two joint ventures with Paradigm to develop midstream logistics infrastructure in North Dakota. We have a 70 percent ownership interest in Phillips 66 Partners Terminal LLC (Phillips 66 Partners Terminal) and a 50 percent ownership interest in Paradigm Pipeline LLC . The joint ventures are developing the Palermo Rail Terminal and the Sacagawea Pipeline. The terminal began rail-car loading from truck deliveries at the end of 2015. The pipeline began operations in November 2016.

Bayou Bridge Joint Venture: A 40 percent interest in Bayou Bridge Pipeline, LLC, a joint venture that is constructing a pipeline system to deliver crude oil from the Beaumont, Texas, area to Lake Charles, Louisiana, which began commercial operations on the segment of its pipeline from Nederland, Texas, to Lake Charles, Louisiana, in April 2016. Further service from Lake Charles to St. James, Louisiana, is scheduled to commence operations in the second half of 2017.

ponca-city-acquisition.jpg Ponca City Refinery Crude Assets: A crude pipeline and terminal system that provides crude supply for Phillips 66’s Ponca City Refinery, consisting of 503 miles of pipeline and 1.7 million barrels of storage.

Ponca City Refinery Products Assets: A refined products and NGL pipeline and terminal system that provides product takeaway transportation services for Phillips 66’s Ponca City Refinery, consisting of 524 miles of pipeline and 1.7 million barrels of storage.

Billings Refinery Crude Assets: A crude pipeline and terminal system that provides crude supply for Phillips 66’s Billings Refinery, consisting of a 79% undivided interest in a 623-mile pipeline and 570,000 barrels of storage.

Billings Refinery Products Assets: A refined products pipeline and terminal system that provides product takeaway transportation services for Phillips 66’s Billings Refinery, consisting of 342 miles of pipeline and 386,000 barrels of storage.

Bayway Refinery Products Assets: A refined products and NGL terminal system that provides storage services for Phillips 66’s Bayway Refinery, consisting of 2.0 million barrels of storage.

Borger Refinery Crude Assets: A crude pipeline and terminal system that provides crude supply for the Phillips 66 operated Borger Refinery, consisting of 1,089 miles of pipeline and 400,000 barrels of storage.

Borger Refinery Products Assets: A refined products pipeline and terminal system that provides product takeaway transportation services for the Phillips 66 operated Borger Refinery, consisting of 93 miles of pipeline, a 33% undivided interest in a 102-mile segment and a 54% undivided interest in a 19-mile segment of a 121-mile pipeline, a 50% interest in a 293-mile pipeline and 700,000 barrels of storage.

Sweeny Fractionator and Clemens Caverns: Sweeny Frac is located adjacent to Phillips 66’s Sweeny Refinery in Old Ocean, Texas. Raw NGL supply to the fractionator is delivered from nearby major pipelines, including the Sand Hills pipeline. The fractionator has a gross capacity of 100,000 barrels per day and is supported by significant infrastructure, including connectivity to two NGL supply pipelines, and a pipeline connecting to the Mont Belvieu market center. The Clemens Caverns is a 7.5 million barrel salt dome storage facility with access to Phillips 66’s marine terminal in Freeport, Texas.

River Parish NGL Logistics System: Two NGL pipeline systems and storage caverns that include approximately a 300-mile, bidirectional NGL pipeline system connected to third-party fractionators, refineries and a petrochemical plant. VP Pipeline/EP Pipeline is made up of approximately 200 miles of regulated pipelines that carry raw NGL from a third-party natural gas processing plant to pipeline and fractionation infrastructure. Sorrento Cavern is a salt dome cavern with approximately 1.5 million barrels of NGL storage capacity.

STACK Pipeline JV: We participate in a joint venture with Plains. This joint venture owns and operates a crude storage terminal and a common carrier pipeline that transports crude oil from the Sooner Trend, Anadarko Basin, Canadian and Kingfisher counties in northwestern Oklahoma to Cushing, Oklahoma.