New products pipeline for Texas

Barlas, Stephen
August 1997
Underground Construction;Aug97, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p10
Trade Publication
Discusses the plan of the Texaco Trading and Transportation Incorporated (TTTI) and Texaco Pipeline Incorporated to jointly build, own and operate a system of pipelines and terminals. Steps taken by the two companies; Areas covered by the proposed pipeline construction; Agreements of the two companies with other companies regarding the the product supply of the system's construction.


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