Item 8.01 Other Events.
Operators of Gulf of Mexico pipelines in which BP Midstream Partners ("BPMP" or
the "Partnership") has interests, as well as operators of production facilities
connected to these pipelines, including BPMP's sponsor, bp, continue to assess
the impacts of Hurricane Ida.
bp provides updates on its website at
On September 2, 2021, Shell Pipeline Company, L.P., the operator of the Mars
pipeline, in which BPMP owns a 28.5% interest, issued the following update
relevant to BPMP:
Shell Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE:SHLX) ("Shell Midstream Partners" or the
"Partnership") and Shell Pipeline Company, L.P. are currently working to perform
Hurricane Ida impact assessments on all of their owned or operated assets in the
Gulf of Mexico and onshore Louisiana. Following initial high-level assessments,
the Partnership can report the following at this time:
•Gulf of Mexico Pipelines: Initial flyovers have indicated that there was damage
to the West Delta-143 facilities, which are operated by Shell Pipeline Company,
L.P. and serve as a transfer station for the Mars Oil Pipeline for production in
the Mars corridor. All parties are continuing to assess and determine the extent
of such damage, as well as when it will be safe to return such facilities to
The Partnership will continue to provide updates as information becomes
available on the company website, www.shellmidstreampartners.com.
Shell Midstream Partners' primary focus continues to be the safety of its
affiliates' employees and the protection of the environment.
BPMP also owns 22.7% of the Ursa pipeline, which feeds into the Mars pipeline.
The Partnership will make additional public disclosures when appropriate to do
Item 9.01 Financial Statements and Exhibits.
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