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The midstream oil and gas firm that typically focuses on the Mid-Continent region and Rockies will set its sights on refinery operations in Louisiana. Tulsa-based SemGroup announces first Gulf Coast pipeline project By: Rod Walton (Tulsa World) SemGroup Corp. is making its first move into the Gulf Coast by building and operating three new pipelines in Louisiana, the Tulsa-based midstream oil and gas firm announced Thursday. The Maurepas Pipelines system will support Motiva Enterprises LLCs refinery operations in Norco and Convent, Louisiana. SemGroup, which is mainly focused in the Mid-Continent region and Rockies, has been eying Gulf Coast operations since Carlin Conner took over as CEO in early 2014. We have been talking about regional diversification and pointing to the Gulf Coast, Conner said in an exclusive interview with the Tulsa World. Its a very active market (with) a lot of infrastructure needs. Theres a lot going on, he added. If youre going to be a major midstream player