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This excerpt taken from the SXL 10-K filed Feb 24, 2009.

Crude Oil Trucking

We own approximately 100 crude oil truck unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on our pipeline system. Approximately 210 crude oil truck drivers are used by a subsidiary of our general partner and approximately 110 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on our pipelines and third-party pipelines. Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

These excerpts taken from the SXL 10-K filed Feb 26, 2008.

Crude Oil Trucking

 

The Partnership owns approximately 125 crude oil truck unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on the Partnership’s pipeline system. Approximately 225 crude oil truck drivers are used by a subsidiary of the general partner of the Partnership and approximately 115 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on the Partnership’s pipelines and third-party pipelines. Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

 

Crude Oil Trucking

 

The Partnership owns approximately 125 crude oil truck
unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on the Partnership’s pipeline system. Approximately 225 crude oil truck drivers are used by a subsidiary of the general partner of the Partnership and
approximately 115 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on the Partnership’s pipelines and third-party pipelines.
Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

 

FACE="Times New Roman" SIZE="2">Pipeline and Terminal Control Operations

 

FACE="Times New Roman" SIZE="2">Almost all of the Partnership’s refined products and crude oil pipelines are operated via satellite, microwave, and frame relay communication systems from central control rooms located in Montello, Pennsylvania
and Sugar Land, Texas. The Montello control center primarily monitors and controls the Partnership’s Eastern Pipeline System, and the Sugar Land control center primarily monitors and controls the Western Pipeline System. The Nederland Terminal
has its own control center.

 

The control centers operate with
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, or SCADA, systems that continuously monitor real time operational data, including refined product and crude oil throughput, flow rates, and pressures. In addition, the control centers monitor alarms and
throughput balances. The control centers operate remote pumps, motors and valves associated with the delivery of refined products and crude oil. The computer systems are designed to enhance leak-detection capabilities, sound automatic alarms if
operational conditions outside of pre-established parameters occur, and provide for remote-controlled shutdown of pump stations on the Partnership’s pipelines. Pump stations and meter-measurement points along the Partnership’s pipelines
are linked by satellite or telephone communication systems for remote monitoring and control, which reduces the requirement for full-time on-site personnel at most of these locations.

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This excerpt taken from the SXL 10-K filed Feb 23, 2007.

Crude Oil Trucking

 

The Partnership owns approximately 150 crude oil truck unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on the Partnership’s pipeline system. Approximately 180 crude oil truck drivers are employed by a subsidiary of the general partner of the Partnership and approximately 115 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on the Partnership’s pipelines and third-party pipelines. Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

 

This excerpt taken from the SXL 10-K filed Mar 1, 2006.

Crude Oil Trucking

 

The Partnership owns approximately 130 crude oil truck unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on the Partnership’s pipeline system. Approximately 270 crude oil truck drivers are employed by the general partner of the Partnership and approximately 116 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on the Partnership’s pipelines and third-party pipelines. Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

 

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This excerpt taken from the SXL 10-K filed Mar 4, 2005.

Crude Oil Trucking

 

The Partnership owns approximately 130 crude oil truck unloading facilities in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico, the majority of which are located on the Partnership’s pipeline system. Approximately 270 crude oil truck drivers are employed by the general partner of the Partnership and approximately 120 crude oil transport trucks are owned. The crude oil truck drivers pick up crude oil at production lease sites and transport it to various truck unloading facilities on the Partnership’s pipelines and third-party pipelines. Third-party trucking firms are also retained to transport crude oil to certain facilities.

 

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