Koch Pipeline Company

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Koch Pipeline Company (KPL) is a subsidiary of Koch Industries that owns or operates about 4,000 miles of pipelines that transport crude oil, refined petroleum products, natural gas liquids and chemicals. KPL is based in Wichita, Kansas. Koch Industries’ subsidiaries Flint Hills Resources and INVISTA own many of the pipelines that KPL operates.

The pipelines that KPL operates include:

  • 304-mile pipeline owned by Minnesota Pipe Line Company, LLC that delivers Canadian and Rockies crude oil, including Bakken, from Clearbrook, Minnesota, to refineries in the Twin Cities.
  • 580-mile Wood River Pipeline in Missouri has transported crude oil from Hartford, Illinois, to the St. Paul, Minn., area.
  • Wisconsin Pipeline carries refined petroleum products from a Twin Cities-area refinery to distribution terminals in Wisconsin.
  • MSP Airport Pipeline delivers jet fuel to the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.
  • Propane distribution pipeline in Minnesota and Wisconsin transports natural gas liquids, an important home heating fuel, to a key market in Wisconsin.
  • 540-mile pipeline in South Texas that moves domestic crude oil to a Corpus Christi refinery.
  • The Texas Pipeline System carries refined petroleum products from a Corpus Christi refinery to the San Antonio, Austin, Bastrop, Waco and Dallas/Ft. Worth markets.
  • DFW Airport Pipeline delivers jet fuel to the Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport.
  • Chemical pipelines that serve a chemical plant in Port Arthur and manufacturing facilities in La Porte, Orange, and Victoria.
  • Pipelines that carry a variety of products between two Corpus Christi refineries.[1]


  1. https://www.kochpipeline.com/about-us/kpl-facts/