Upper Magdalena Oil Pipeline
|This article is part of the Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker, a project of Global Energy Monitor and the Center for Media and Democracy.|
Upper Magdalena Oil Pipeline is an oil pipeline in Colombia.
The pipeline transports oil from the oil fields of the Upper Magdalena Valley, Colombia. The pipeline is located between Tenay Station in Neiva (Huila Department) and Vasconia Station in Puerto Boyacá (Boyaca Department).
- Owner: Ecopetrol, Hocol, Shell
- Current capacity: 110,000 bpd
- Length: 395 km / 245 mi
- Oil source: Upper Magdalena Valley, Colombia
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1992
The Upper Magdalena Oil Pipeline, also known as the OAM pipeline, is located between Tenay Station in Neiva (Huila Department) and Vasconia Station in Puerto Boyacá (Boyaca Department). The OAM Pipeline is 395 kilometers in length and 20 inches in diameter with a capacity of 110,000 bpd, shipping all crude oil production from the Upper Magdalena Fields and received production from the OGD Pipeline at La Dorada Station.
Articles and resources
- Upper Magdalena Oil Pipeline , A Barrel Full, accessed September 2017
- Background Colombia, EIA, Jan. 7, 2019
- Statement of Reserves Data And Other Oil and Gas Information, Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp, December 31, 2012
Related SourceWatch articles
[Category: Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker]]