EnLink Midstream expects to have invested roughly $700 million in the Utica and Marcellus region by the end of 2015.
Combined, the company would own enough miles of pipeline to crisscross the U.S. about 25 times.
The dropdown acquisition includes two crude oil rail facilities and pipeline assets.
The sale was made in conjunction with France's Total SA, which also sold its 25% interest in CGS.
The assets were bought by Black Hills Corp. for $17 million.
The western Permian Basin will be served by a crude oil terminal, the company said.
The U.S. subsidiary of London-based Rose Petroleum acquired all Unita Basin assets considered noncore by SEP-Cisco Dome LLC and others.
The sale of the the 54,000-barrel-a-day Kapolei complex is part of a larger plan to divest $10 billion worth of assets.
Calgary's Enbridge would drop down its 66.7% interest in the U.S. segment of the Alberta Clipper Pipeline to Houston-based EEP.
Buckeye will own and operate a deepwater, high volume marine terminal located on the Corpus Christi Ship Channel.
Eureka Hunter conducts midstream services within the Marcellus and Utica shales in West Virginia and Ohio.
The asset to be acquired is the newly-commissioned West Rack collocated with PBF Energy’s Delaware City Refinery.
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