Energy Transfer delays projected restart of WTG oil pipeline to Wednesday

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New Delhi: Energy Transfer LP delayed the restart timeline for its West Texas Gulf crude pipeline by a day to Wednesday, a spokeswoman told Reuters on Tuesday, after a spill extended maintenance work on the line.

On Monday she said testing on the pipeline was completed and flows were expected to resume Tuesday.

The prolonged outage weighed on regional crude prices in West Texas as the region has grappled with limited pipeline takeaway capacity.

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West Texas Gulf pipeline, which runs from Colorado City to Longview, Texas, was meant to be down for maintenance for about 10 days starting Oct. 10 but a spill had delayed a return to normal operations by over a week.

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