NGL Energy Partners is looking to develop a crude oil transloading terminal in New Mexico, US.
The facility will be designed to handling unit trains west of Albuquerque, New Mexico in the San Juan Basin. The terminal, which will be built on 256 acres recently acquired by NGL, will provide producers with new options for reaching multiple domestic markets via an interconnect with the BNSF Railway Company transcontinental mainline.
The terminal is expected to be completed towards the end of next year. It will have multiple inbound truck unloading bays, an initial outbound capacity of at least two unit trains per week, and over 240,000 barrels of storage.