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Phillips66

[Information up to date as of 09/06/2017]


What's New

A safety audit for Phillips66’s facilities will be conducted on October 14, 2015.



Phillips66 Sisquoc Pump Station

Description

A pipeline system that transports sales-quality crude oil to the Phillips66 Refinery near Nipomo in San Luis Obispo County.

Location

The Phillips66 Pipeline system transports crude oil from the Sisquoc Pump Station westward to the Santa Maria Pump Station and onward out of the County. A segment of this pipeline system transports crude oil from the Lompoc Oil & Gas Plant westward out of the County.

Onshore Facilities

Pipeline Segments:

  • Section from the Lompoc Oil & Gas Processing Facility to the Santa Maria Refinery
    • Crude oil transport is limited by Santa Barbara County permit conditions to 36,000 barrels per day (bpd).
  • Line 300 from the All American Pipeline (AAPL) at the Sisquoc Pump Station to the Santa Maria Refinery via the Suey Junction.
    • Crude oil transport is limited to 84,000 bpd
    • Flow is allowed from the AAPL at the Sisquoc Pump Station to Summit Station (via Suey Junction), but not in the reverse direction.
  • Line 300 from the Summit Pump Station in southern San Luis Obispo County to the location of the former Avila Pump Station, also in San Luis Obispo County.
    • Crude oil is sent northward to the Santa Maria Refinery.
  • Lompoc Facility to Orcutt Station
    • 12-inch diameter pipeline
  • Orcutt Station to Suey Junction
    • 8-inch diameter pipeline
  • Suey Junction to Summit Station, two pipelines:
    • 8-inch diameter pipeline
    • A combination 10- and 12-inch diameter pipeline
  • Summit Station to Santa Maria Refinery
    • 10-inch diameter pipeline
  • Sisquoc Station to Santa Maria Station
    • 12-inch diameter pipeline
  • Santa Maria Station to Suey Junction
    • A combination 10- and 12-inch diameter pipeline
  • Suey Junction to Santa Maria Refinery via Summit Station, two pipelines:
    • An 8-inch diameter pipeline
    • A combination 10- and 12-inch diameter pipeline (same as discussed above for Suey Junction to Summit Station)

Product Distribution

Crude Oil (from Freeport-McMoRan, Inc. and Plains All American.)

  • Distributed via pipeline, as follows:
    • From "Line 400", an 8- to 12inch diameter, unheated pipeline; to a
    • Connection with two 8-inch diameter pipelines near the City of San Luis Obispo; then
    • Northward to the Phillips66 Rodeo Refinery in the San Francisco Bay Area

Past Activities

  • An annual SSRRC safety audit was completed on October 15, 2014.
  • On February 10, 2006, Planning & Development issued a Land Use Permit (Case no. 06LUP-00000-00080) to allow the existing Sisquoc pipeline to operate in two flow directions between Suey Junction and the Sisquoc Pump Station.
  • A land use permit was issued on March 21, 2005 allowing for two previously approved requests for an increase in pipeline throughput. The maximum allowable throughput increased from 40,000 barrels per day 84,000 barrels per day for two pipeline segments; the Sisquoc Pump Station to the Santa Maria Pump Station and the Santa Maria Pump Station to the Summit Pump Station

 
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