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SANTA FE PACIFIC PIPELINE PARTNERS L.P. ANNOUNCES NO QUAKE DAMAGE TO PIPELINES

 LOS ANGELES, Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline Partners L.P. (NYSE: SFL) announced that no damage was experienced at its petroleum products pipelines or terminals in Southern California as a result of the Jan. 17, 1994, earthquake. All facilities resumed operations late Monday afternoon following a precautionary system shutdown immediately after the earthquake.
 John Abboud, senior vice president of Operations and Engineering, stated, "The condition of our pipelines and terminals in Southern California was evaluated following the earthquake. Service was resumed after the integrity of our system was confirmed through visual inspections and pressure tests."
 Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline Partners L.P. is the largest independent refined petroleum products pipeline in the United States in terms of revenue generated. The partnership serves six Western states with approximately 3,300 miles of common carrier pipeline and 14 truck loading terminals.
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 /CONTACT: Thomas L. Lambert, manager, investor relations, of Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline Partners, 213-486-7766/
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