Buckeye Partners dates back to March 1886, when buckeye Pipe Line Company was founded as a subsidiary of Standard Oil Company. Buckeye became an independent public company after the dissolution of Standard Oil in 1911. Expansion in the transportation of petroleum products after World War II transformed the company into one of the largest independent carrier pipelines in the country. In 1964, Buckeye was acquired by a subsidiary of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the future Penn Central Corporation. In December 1986, the company was restructured in its current form as a publicly traded limited partnership. Buckeye Partners continued to grow and expanded the service offering to our clients to include refined products, terminal operations, operation and maintenance of contract pipelines, natural gas storage and refined product marketing. Vice President and Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org (800) 422-2825 The following list contains contact information for business partners who are currently active with our health plan. All suppliers are encouraged to contact one of these business partners to use our electronic transaction options. In 1999, Buckeye entered the contracting and maintenance business, acquiring assets including pipeline operation agreements for major chemical companies in the Gulf region, a pipeline and other related assets. Buckeye Health Plan and PaySpan are a partnership to offer an innovative web-based solution for electronic funds transfers (EFTs) and electronic transfer advice (EFTs).
Buckeye Partners, L.P. (NYSE: BPL) is a listed master limited partnership and owns and operates a diversified network of integrated assets that offer intermediate logistics solutions, primarily consisting of the transportation, storage and marketing of liquid petroleum products. Buckeye is one of the largest independent operators of liquid petroleum products in the United States in terms of quantities delivered, with approximately 6,000 miles of pipeline and more than 120 liquid petroleum product terminals for a total storage capacity of more than 110 million barrels. In addition to its inland pipelines and terminals, Buckeye has an integrated network of naval terminals located primarily on the east coast of the United States and in the Caribbean. Buckeye`s flagship naval terminal in the Bahamas, BORCO, is one of the world`s largest storage centers for marine crude oil and petroleum products and offers a range of logistics and blended services for the global flow of petroleum products. Buckeye`s network of naval terminals enables the company to facilitate global flows of crude oil, refined petroleum products and other raw materials and provide its customers with connectivity to some of the world`s leading storage and blending centers. . . .