The Gray Oak Pipeline will provide jobs and economic benefits to the community members who live and work along the pipeline route. The project will create more than 3,000 construction jobs and 30 full-time jobs, economic activity along the route and property tax revenue for local governments. More importantly, the pipeline will provide long-term economic benefits. Greater access to a secure and reliable source of U.S. oil will contribute to the economic vitality of the state and improve the global competitiveness of the refining industry in Texas.
During early stages of the pipeline planning process, we’re talking with local and state elected officials openly and transparently to share plans for the Gray Oak Pipeline. Surveyors have been on the ground meeting with landowners, seeking approval to access their land for survey. These landowners will be reimbursed for easements and temporary crop disruption. It is our commitment to the communities where we live and work to leave our work areas in better condition than we found them. A majority of the Gray Oak Pipeline route follows existing pipeline corridors. It was carefully chosen for its ability to serve new oil and gas production while minimizing environmental and community impact.
Operational, economic, social and environmental sustainability is at the heart of how Phillips 66 provides energy and improves lives.
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The Gray Oak Pipeline will be a new, 850-mile-long pipeline transporting crude oil from the West Texas Permian Basin to destinations in the Corpus Christi, Sweeny and Freeport markets.
The Gray Oak Pipeline is being constructed to support the continued growth of the Texas energy industry, responding to market demand for transportation infrastructure to market centers on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Gray Oak will pass through the following counties:
|1. Reeves||8. Crockett||15. Frio||22.Karnes|
|2. Loving||9. Schleicher||16. La Salle||23. Goliad|
|3. Winkler||10. Sutton||17. McMullen||24. Victoria|
|4. Ward||11. Edwards||18. Live Oak||25. Jackson|
|5. Crane||12. Kinney||19. San Patricio||26. Wharton|
|6. Upton||13. Maverick||20. Nueces||27. Matagorda|
|7. Reagan||14. Zavala||21. Bee||28. Brazoria|