Rose Rock Midstream completes cleanup effort in Carrizo Springs

Rose Rock Midstream, L.P. has completed its environmental assessment and cleanup in relation to an incident involving a company crude oil transport truck on 15 January 2015. The incident happened on Highway 83 west of Carrizo Springs, Texas. Both lanes of that highway have been cleared and are now open to traffic.

All environmental cleanup efforts have been coordinated through local authorities and government agencies including the Railroad Commission, Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Commission of Environmental Quality.


Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling

Published on 19/01/2015


Get your FREE Oilfield Technology magazine »

Get your FREE trial of Hydrocarbon Engineering magazine »

Get your FREE trial of World Pipelines magazine »


 
 

Related articles

Rose Rock Midstream publishes Q3 2014 results

Rose Rock’s Q3 2014 results benefited from the drop down of the final one-third interest in White Cliffs Pipeline and increased volumes.

SemCAMS announces plans to increase Wapiti Pipeline capacity

SemCAMS has announced plans to construct a new sour gas compressor on its existing Wapiti Pipeline.

Rose Rock Midstream releases Q2 results

Rose Rock Midstream reported Q2 2014 adjusted EBITDA of US$ 20.6 million, compared to US$ 27.8 million for Q1 2014.

Rose Rock Midstream completes acquisition

Rose Rock Midstream completes acquisition of additional Interest in White Cliffs pipeline.

Recommend magazines

  World Pipelines