Wednesday, 04 October 2017 04:22

Bokoshe Fire Dept receives Diamond Pipeline First Responder Grant Featured

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Pictured are: Brandon Smith, Diamond Pipeline and Paula Jones and Charlie Burton, Bokoshe Fire Department Pictured are: Brandon Smith, Diamond Pipeline and Paula Jones and Charlie Burton, Bokoshe Fire Department

Diamond Pipeline LLC strives to be a good neighbor in the communities where we work and operate.

To demonstrate their commitment, Diamond Pipeline offers a First Responder Grant Program aimed at supporting the training and response equipment needs of responders along the Diamond Pipeline route in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee.

 

The Bokoshe Fire Department received $10,000 grant from the program.

 

The Bokoshe Fire Department used their grant money to purchase radios for the department.

 

About the Diamond Pipeline

• Tile Diamond Pipeline will provide the Valero Memphis Refinery with domestic sweet crude oil from Cushing, Okla., which will enhance the refinery's long-term viability for the production of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel for the greater Memphis and eastern Arkansas area and provide economic benefits to the areas along the route.

• The current project design consists of approximately 440 miles of 20-inch pipeline capable of transporting up to 200,000 barrels per day of domestic sweet crude oil from Cushing, Okla. to Memphis , Tenn.

• The pipeline is designed to transport domestic sweet crude oil grades produced in the Permian Basin, Bakken and Mid-Cont inent regions

• Diamond Pipeline LLC is committed to designing, constructing , operating and maintaining the Diamond Pipeline in a safe and reliable manner, and in many cases, will exceed required safety, design, construction and operating standards

David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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