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Energy Transfer provides refined products transportation and terminalling services, as well as acquisition and marketing activities, to refined products markets in several regions of the United States via our integrated pipeline and terminalling assets. These assets include approximately 2,200 miles of refined products pipelines and approximately 40 active refined products marketing terminals with approximately 8 million Bbls of refined products storage capacity.

Refined Products Pipelines

The mix of products delivered via our refined products pipelines varies seasonally, with gasoline demand peaking during the summer months, and demand for heating oil and other distillate fuels peaking in the winter. In addition, weather conditions in the areas served by the refined products pipelines affect both the demand for, and the mix of, the refined products delivered through the pipelines, although historically, any overall impact on the total volume shipped has been short-term. The products transported in these pipelines include multiple grades of gasoline, and middle distillates, such as heating oil, diesel and jet fuel. Rates for shipments on these product pipelines are regulated by the FERC and other state regulatory agencies, as applicable.

Our refined products pipeline operations also include equity ownership interests in four refined products pipelines: Explorer, West Shore, Wolverine and Yellowstone.

Eastern Refined Products Pipelines

The Eastern refined products pipelines consists of approximately 470 miles of 6-inch to 24-inch diameter pipelines in Pennsylvania, approximately 162 miles of 8-inch pipelines in New York, and approximately 182 miles of various diameters refined products pipeline in New Jersey (including 80 miles of the 16-inch diameter Harbor Pipeline).

Mid-Continent Refined Products Pipelines

The Mid-Continent refined products pipelines primarily consists of approximately 212 miles of 3-inch to 12-inch pipelines in Ohio, approximately 85 miles of 6-inch to 12-inch pipelines in Western Pennsylvania and approximately 52 miles of 8-inch pipelines in Michigan.

Southwest Refined Products Pipelines

Southwest refined products pipelines is located in Eastern Texas and consists primarily of approximately 300 miles of 8-inch diameter pipelines.

Inland Corporation

Energy Transfer has controlling financial interest in Inland Corporation which is made up of approximately 350 miles of refined products pipeline in Ohio. The Inland System includes of 72 miles of 12-inch diameter pipeline in Northwest Ohio, 205 miles of 10-inch diameter pipeline in vicinity of Columbus, Ohio, 53 miles of 8-inch diameter pipeline in western Ohio, and 5-inch diameter pipeline in Northeast Ohio.



Marketing Terminals

Our marketing terminals are located primarily in the northeast, midwest and southwest United States, with approximately 8 million Bbls of refined products storage capacity. These terminals facilitate the movement of refined products to or from storage or transportation systems, such as a pipeline, to other transportation systems, such as trucks or other pipelines. Each facility typically consists of multiple storage tanks and is equipped with automated truck loading equipment that is operational 24 hours a day.

Eagle Point Terminal

In addition to crude oil service, the Eagle Point terminal can accommodate three marine vessels (ships or barges) to receive and deliver refined products to outbound ships and barges. The tank farm has a total active refined products storage capacity of approximately 6 million Bbls, and provides customers with access to the facility via ship, barge and pipeline. The terminal can deliver via ship, barge, truck or pipeline, providing customers with access to various markets. The terminal generates revenue primarily by charging fees based on throughput, blending services and storage.


Refined Products Acquisition and Marketing

Our refined products acquisition and marketing activities include the acquisition, marketing and selling of bulk refined products such as gasoline products and distillates. These activities utilize our refined products pipeline and terminal assets, as well as third-party assets and facilities.