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Harvest Announces Purchase of Remaining Interest in Arrowhead Gulf Coast Holdings

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Harvest Midstream (Harvest) announced the signing, funding, and closing of a transaction to purchase the remaining interest of Arrowhead Gulf Coast Holdings, LLC (AGCH), a critical network of pipelines and terminals serving the Louisiana refinery market and regional production. The transaction will bring AGCH under full ownership of Harvest. Prior to today’s announcement, a fund managed by BlackRock Real Assets held a 37.5% stake and Harvest owned the remaining 62.5%.

“Harvest has a long history of operating in southern Louisiana,” Harvest CEO Jason Rebrook said. “The closing on AGCH is a continuation of our longstanding commitment to the region. It also shows the tremendous potential we see along the Louisiana Gulf Coast. We are committed to providing best-in-class service to our customers as the region continues to grow.”

The AGCH system includes nearly 300 miles of crude and condensate pipelines and terminal assets in South Louisiana. The BOA/CAM pipelines are integral to the crude supply of the Valero Meraux and PBF Chalmette refineries. Other pipeline and terminal assets include Golden Cocodrie, Atchafalaya, Eugene Island, Erath Tank Farm, Burns dock, Burns terminal, and Sabine.

Harvest Midstream:

Harvest Midstream is a privately held midstream service provider based in Houston, TX that operates various crude oil and natural gas gathering, storage, transportation, treatment and terminalling assets across the United States. Learn more about Harvest at www.harvestmidstream.com

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