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The Northeast region of the
United States accounts for
over 2% of the world’s annual
oil consumption.

The Northeast region of the United States remains one of the only major population areas in the country not
served by a direct pipeline connection for delivery of refined products from refining centers to consumers, including
gasoline and home heating oil. As a result, the region relies largely on river barges, leaving it susceptible to
severe weather events such as Hurricane Sandy. This combination can lead to major shortages of critical fuels
– just when they are needed most – creating service disruptions and price spikes that adversely impact consumers
and businesses.

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The Pilgrim Pipeline will provide the Northeast
region of the United States with a more stable supply
of essential refined petroleum products.

Additionally, the pipeline will provide the region with
a safer and more environmentally friendly method of
transporting oil and petroleum products.

Check back here often for the latest updates on the Pilgrim Pipeline.

Stabilization of the East Coast Oil Infrastructure

Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings, LLC is currently developing an East Coast pipeline to carry refined petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, heating oil, and jet and aviation fuel northbound from New York Harbor to Upstate New York. In addition, the pipeline will also carry crude oil from Albany, New York to refineries in PADD 1. Find out more….


Meet the Team

Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings has teamed up with a variety of industry leaders. Learn more about the team.


Environmental Benefits

Transporting petroleum products via the Pilgrim Pipeline is more environmentally friendly than relying on tankers or fleets of traditional barges.

Economic Benefits

The pipeline will provide a more economically efficient means of transporting oil and refined products than the current infrastructure allows.

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