Rangeland Energy III has started operations at its South Texas Energy Products System terminal facility in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The facility is an integrated hydrocarbon logistics system that receives and stores refined products, LPG and other hydrocarbons. It then transports them to terminal primarily located in Mexico. During the initial phase of the project, refined products and LPGs will be received in the Corpus Christi terminal and then shipped to third-party inland terminals located in Mexico.
Rangeland president and CEO Christopher Keene says: 'Rangeland is looking forward to facilitating the transportation of diesel to destinations in Mexico for a major industry plater. This is the first customer to contract with us for service at the STEPS facility. As we continue to build out the STEPS project, we are working with other key marketers, refiners and producers to provide services into and out of STEPS.'
Storage for Mexico's new energy eraVenezuela's oil sector in tailspin A midstream first for Oman Redrawing the global oil & gas picture Regulatory update for US tank terminal operators A new leading European port Adaptable logistics for a changing market Boom time for storage in America Surviving hurricane season: preperation is key Storm preparation: flood risk and buoyancy hazards