Oleoductos de Crudos Pesados Ecuador S.A. (OCP Ecuador S.A.) is a private Ecuadorian company aimed at the transport, storage and delivery of crude oil. Since 2003, OCP Ecuador S.A. operates the second pipeline of heavy crude oil in Ecuador, which is 485km long and has a total capacity of 450,000b/d. OCP Ecuador transports 190,000b/d average of crude oil from the Amazonas Terminal, in the Province of Sucumbíos, to the maritime facilities in the Province of Esmeraldas. It has the following four pumping stations and two pressure reduction stations: Amazonas Terminal and Cayagama Station, located in the Province of Sucumbíos; Sardinas Station, in the Province of Napo; Páramo Station, located between the provinces of Napo and Pichincha; and the stations of Puerto Quito and Chiquilpe, in the Province de Pichincha. Since 2013, OCP Ecuador participates in the Regional Hydrocarbon Integration Project, which transports crude oil from the South of Colombia to the Esmeralda Station in Ecuador, reaching a transportation of 10 millions of crude barrels until 2016. Currently, the company is seeking for providing its Colombian customers with crude oil segregation services.