Jayhawk Pipeline is not the process for producing University of Kansas mascots. What it is is a subsidiary of National Cooperative Refinery Association that transports more than 110,000 barrels per day of crude oil via both intrastate and interstate pipelines in Kansas. It operates 1,200 miles of gathering and trunk lines throughout Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. It also manages the business of Kaw Pipe Line Company. National Cooperative Refinery Association provides three farm supply cooperatives (Cenex Harvest States, GROWMARK, and MFA Oil) with fuel through its oil refinery in Kansas.