Class I's to gain more business from crude-by-rail projects

03/18/2013 | ProgressiveRailroading.com · RailwayAge.com

Canadian Pacific provides rail access to a crude-oil transload facility in New Town, N.D. The complex is undergoing a $50 million capacity expansion that will enable it to handle 120 tanker cars and increase throughput capacity from 30,000 barrels per day to up to 80,000 barrels. In Texas, GT Logistics and Twin Eagle Resource Management struck an exclusive marketing deal on crude-oil transloading services at the GT OmniPort facility in Port Arthur, which is served by BNSF and Union Pacific.

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