Crimson Pipeline is an integral and reliable operator in California’s vast oil pipeline network. As a midstream carrier, Crimson is focused on moving crude oil from production fields to Southern California refineries. The company safely owns approximately 1,000 miles of pipeline that move crude oil – the foundation for many products crucial to everyday life, including fuel for cars and heating oil for homes.
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The California pipeline network traverses over 50 cities and nearly 12 counties, and is comprised of 20 pipeline systems connected to nearly every local crude oil production site and six Los Angeles area refineries. With our newest KLM acquisition, active operations are located in Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, Kern, and Northern counties. Crimson is currently responsible for safely transporting approximately 200,000 barrels of crude oil per day in California.
Crimson operates with the highest standards and principles – the company culture emphasizes the importance of operating with integrity, providing connectivity and ensuring reliability.
With head offices located in Denver, Colorado, Long Beach, CA and Gray, LA, Crimson operates its California pipelines from locations in Long Beach, Signal Hill, Santa Paula, Brea, Antioch, Taft, and Kettleman. In Louisiana, Crimson operates its pipelines from locations in Gray, Belle Chasse, New Iberia, Franklin, Sunset, Grand Isle, Raceland, Krotz Springs, Buras, and Port Allen.
For more information on the CPUC tariffs for these pipelines, visit the Tariffs Information page here.