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The Grand Mesa Pipeline, originating in Weld County, Colorado and extending approximately 550 miles southeast to NGL’s crude oil storage terminal at the Cushing hub in Oklahoma, provides critical takeaway capacity for crude oil producers in the Denver-Julesburg Basin. The pipeline is capable of receiving and transporting up to 150,000 barrels per day for delivery into the Cushing hub, which affords shippers access to the . Midcontinent markets and the Texas Gulf Coast refinery complex. The pipeline not only supports the continued growth and production in the area, but does so in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible way by reducing the current utilization of rail and truck transportation.
The pipelines costs are undisclosed, however Reinhard Mitschek said in late 2012 that the costs of Nabucco West would be far lower than € billion previously suggested.  The final investment decision is expected in 2013. The sources of financing of the Nabucco project are not decided yet. As a commercial project, it will be financed 30% by the project's partners and the rest by commercial financial instruments. The European Commission has awarded an EU project grant in the amount of 50% of the estimated total eligible cost of the feasibility study    and has also decided to allocate €200 million from the European Economic Recovery Plan.  To receive this financing, this grant should be committed by the end 2010.