Pipeline Route

Approximately 20 Miles of Pipeline

From Bastrop to Austin

Working with the airport and the airlines that serve Austin, Flint Hills Resources will construct and operate a 20-mile, ten-inch-diameter pipeline from Flint Hills’ Bastrop fuel terminal, which has supplied the airport for decades. The route has yet to be finalized, but it is expected to originate at the Flint Hills Resources Bastrop Terminal, approximately 20 miles from the airport. The company plans to use existing public right of way along Highway 71 for much of the project. 

Flint Hills Resources focuses on stewardship, safety and environmental compliance, ensuring the people and the community the company serves are top priorities. It does this by choosing the least disruptive route for operations and engaging community stakeholders to get the job done right.

During the construction of the pipeline, we will work with affected landowners to minimize any disruption throughout the construction process. 

Flint Hills Commitment to Stewardship

From our daily operations to the selection, design, and execution of projects, we constantly strive to use fewer resources, eliminate waste and minimize emissions associated with our production processes. We expect our sites to operate in compliance with all applicable environmental rules and regulations at all times and to never cease improving their environmental performance.

Pipeline Safety

We are committed to safety and environmental stewardship that protects people, property, and the environment.

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