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The Dakota Access Pipeline is a $3.7 billion underground pipeline system built by Dakota Access, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Crude Oil Company, and operated by Sunoco Logistics Partners. The pipeline is 1,168mi (1,880km) long, with varying diameters of 12, 20, 24 and 30 inches along the length at designated tank terminals, and is engineered to carry up to 570,000 barrels daily of light sweet crude oil from the Bakken and Three Forks oil region of North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. Per an agreement between Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics Partners, Sunoco holds a 40% interest in Bakken Holdings Company, which has a 75% stake in Dakota Access, LLC.
Our lifestyles in the modern, fast-paced world push us into craving moments of relaxation with family and friends. And if ever there was one space that’s the centerpiece of entertainment and family interaction, it’s the kitchen.
Talos Energy went public in May of this year after the independent oil and gas company merged with Stone Energy Corporation. Technically, Talos acquired Stone for accounting purposes but either way the new company is built to succeed. For those unfamiliar with Talos, the energy company is a technically driven independent E&P company operating in the United States Gulf of Mexico and Mexico’s portion of the gulf. Management over at Talos have on average 30 years of experience with exploration, acquisition, exploitation and development of shallow and deepwater assets in the Gulf of Mexico. Mexico’s emerging offshore shallow water fields provide the company with high impact exploration opportunities in an up and coming basin.