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FACTBOX-U.S. crude-by-rail projects; Valero's California project awaits Sept. decision

Wed 20th April, 2016 3:44pm
(Updates Valero Energy Corp project) HOUSTON, April 20 (Reuters) - U.S. oil producers, refiners and logistics companies have dozens of crude-by-rail projects throughout the United States, although U.S. crude movements via rail retreated 16.8 percent to 814,878 barrels per day in 2015 from 979,536 bpd in 2014 as low oil prices eroded profitability of moving oil by train. Oil-by-rail movements started to decline in the fourth quarter of 2014 as a global supply glut sent oil prices spiraling. Discounts of domestic and Canadian narrowed, prompting largely East Coast refiners to take more imports with spreads too thin to absorb rail's extra transportation costs. Some projects, particularly on the West Coast, have generated heated opposition in light of multiple fiery crude train crashes in North America since mid-2013. The Benicia City Council in northern California has tabled a final decision to September on whether to approve Valero Energy Corp's VLO.N proposed 70,000 bpd rail offloading project at its 145,000 bpd Benicia refinery. The city's planning commission in February rejected Valero's request for permits for the project after opponents dominated a series of public hearings, and the company appealed to the city council. On Tuesday the council tabled the issue to seek an opinion from the federal Surface Transportation Board on whether federal railroad regulators can override the city's authority to approve or reject the project. Growth of oil-by-train shipments started more than five years ago as pipeline infrastructure lagged booming U.S. and Canadian crude production. The Association of American Railroads said 669,245 bpd originated on top U.S. railroads in the fourth quarter of 2015, down 14.7 percent from the third quarter this year and down 35 percent from 1.03 million bpd in the fourth quarter of 2014. Oil moved by rail in the fourth quarter was 8.6 percent of 9.4 million bpd, the U.S. Energy Information Administration's estimate of average U.S. output in 2015. Once seen as a stopgap to move crude until pipelines get built, rail provided flexibility for refiners to choose the best-priced crude from shale and tight oil plays rather than just rely on pipelines. Contracts are shorter, and they are not locked into specific types of crude moved from fixed points via pipeline. Here is a rundown of more than 100 U.S. rail projects, both loading at production sites and unloading at refineries and terminals: WEST COAST Company Name Type Location State Capacity Crude Status (bpd) Tesoro Corp Ref Anacortes WA 50,000 Bakken Operational TSO.N (refinery 120,000 bpd) U.S. Oil and Ref Tacoma WA 40,000 Bakken Operational Refining; TrailStone Tesoro Corp Port Port of WA 360,000 Bakken, Approved by port and Savage Vancouver Canadian and with amended Services inland U.S. lease pushing opt-out deadline to March 2017 from August 2016; awaiting OK from state governor following state environmental review and public hearings; expected to be finished by late 2017 if permits obtained; had previously been expected to be operational by end 2014, then end 2015, but review process pushed governor's consideration of approval to late 2016 or early 2017; state council to hold hearings in June and July 2016, then compile recommendation to send to governor Phillips 66 Ref Ferndale WA 30,000 bpd Bakken and Operational PSX.N capacity Canadian total; currently receiving 20,000 of N.American crude via mixed-freigh t shipments (refinery 100,000 bpd) BP Plc BP.L Ref Cherry Point WA 70,000 Bakken Operational (refinery 225,000 bpd) Royal Dutch Ref Anacortes WA N/A (Puget Bakken, Canadian Awaiting Shell Sound permits; on Feb. RDSa.L refinery 24, 2015, a 145,000 bpd) Skagit County hearing examiner ordered a lengthy environmental review, which can take a year or more Alon Energy Ref Bakersfield CA 13,000 each Bakken, Texas Project deferred USA ALJ.N ; at Permian Basin, indefinitely May 2015 Bakersfield Canadian because of low Delek U.S. oil refinery oil prices; Holdings and Permit approved DK.N Paramount September 2014 acquired 48 and Long to expand percent of Beach offloading to Alon asphalt 150,000 bpd; in refineries February 2015 (combined Alon pushed refineries' startup to 2016, capacity delayed from 70,000 bpd) late 2015; in August 2015 said startup slowed further as narrow crude differentials eroded rail profitability; engineering to be done, but will hold off on further work; refinery restart was to be about a year after rail startup if economically feasible to upgrade to run more light crude; Permitted to offload up to 13,000 bpd each at Long Beach and Paramount Plains All Term Bakersfield CA Phase I Bakken, Phase I November American 65,000 to Niobrara, Eagle 2014, Phase II PAA.N 70,000; Ford awaiting permits Phase II can to test an double inactive volumes to pipeline to up to increase 140,000; capacity; pipelines environmental can then groups in move crude January 2015 to sued to shut refineries down the project in Los and force an Angeles and environmental San review Francisco areas Valero Energy Ref Benicia CA Up to 70,000 Inland U.S. and Seeking permits; Corp VLO.N bpd (145,000 Canadian delayed from 1Q bpd 2015 to refinery) accommodate lengthy environmental review; had already been delayed from 4Q 2013; Benicia city planners rejected permit Feb. 11, 2016; company appealed to Benicia City Council, which on April 19 tabled a final decision to September 2016 pending consultation with the federal Surface Transportation Board on its authority to limit rail transport at the refinery Targa Term Stockton CA 70,000 Inland U.S. and Seeking permits; Resources Canadian no disclosed Partners target startup NGLS.N and date TRC Companies TRR.N Grays Harbor Port Aberdeen(Gra WA Up to 50,000 Bakken, Canadian Seeking permits; Rail Terminal ys Harbor) environmental (U.S. review ongoing; Development dormant since Group) 2014 Westway Port Aberdeen(Gra WA About 26,300 Bakken, Canadian Seeking permits Terminals LLC ys Harbor) bpd with to add crude by unit train rail capability delivery to current every three methanol days terminal; (expands Washington from 18 Department of loading/unlo Ecology released ading spots draft to 80) environmental impact statement Aug 31, 2015; accepting public comment through November. Startup targeted for 2017 Tesoro Ref Martinez CA 5,000-10,000 Bakken Operational ; can expand to 50,000; receives crude from Kinder Morgan Richmond operation (refinery 166,000 bpd) Phillips 66 Ref Arroyo CA Extend rail Canadian Seeking Grande infrastructu permits; public re at Arroyo hearing Feb. 4 Grande to and 5, 2016, take more postponed from than 41,800 2H 2015 and from or five April 2014; 80-car county planners trains per to consider week approval or (Refinery rejection of 120,200 bpd) permit March 11, 2016 Questar Corp Load Essex CA Considering Permian Project canceled STR.N and 120,000 bpd because company Spectra rail seeking to sell Energy Corp offloading Southern Trails SE.N facility at pipeline rather Essex to than convert it move crude to crude from to 96-mile natural gas in pipeline in part because of Whitewater, low oil prices CA, and sharply connected to narrowed West West Hynes Texas crude Intermediate distribution discounts to system in Brent crude Long Beach, CA. WesPac Term Pittsburg CA Design for Canadian, December 2015, Energy-Pittsb five trains Bakken, Permian scrapped project urg LLC per week, on lack of (WesPac about 51,000 customer Energy and interest because Oiltanking of low oil Holding prices; In March Americas Inc) 2015 re-submitted permit applications to overhaul its marine terminal that excluded any rail provision after undergoing repeated environmental reviews for about two years; if approved, project will move crude only via pipeline or vessel. Kinder Morgan Term Richmond CA 72,000; Bakken, Operational; Inc KMI.N Converted to Canadian opponents' crude from lawsuit to halt ethanol in operations and September require state 2013; can environmental receive review dismissed 125-car unit Sept 5, 2014 trains, 100-car trains ideal Global Term Clatskanie OR Up to 3,261; Bakken Operational; Partners LP expansion to On Jan. 28, GLP.N handle up to 2016, company 120,000 said terminal would handle only ethanol because of low oil prices, laid off workers at the terminal and crude loading terminals in North Dakota; Had received state emissions permit allowing expansion in August 2014; received U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit to upgrade a dock to handle Panamax-sized vessels startup in 3Q 2016 Interstate Load Sacramento CA 5,400, rail U.S. inland Ceased crude oil Oil Co to truck crude operations in November 2014, resumed ethanol-only unloading; company surrendered permit approving crude unloading after environmental groups sued to stop the operation NuStar Energy Load Vancouver WA 22,000 on U.S. inland Received permit LP NS.N average crude to convert two products storage tanks at current terminal to crude; seeking permits to build rail-to-barge facility Arc Logistics Term Portland OR 18,000 Uinta Operational Partners APXN.N Targa Term Tacoma WA N/A; Inland U.S., Ended five-year Resources manifest Canadian deal after one Partners could restart for more customers if expand to handle 70,000 bpd REG Biofuels Port Hoquiam, WA Up to Inland U.S. Bidiesel LLC (formerly Port of 140,000 facility had Imperium Grays Harbor sought permits Terminal to add Services) rail capability for crude and other liquids; REG scrapped crude handling after acquiring the facility in August 2015 Waterside Term Longview WA 25,000; plus Bakken On Feb. 23, 2016 Energy LLC a 75,000 bpd the Port of liquefied Longview ended petroleum permit gas export discussions with terminal and the company on a new 45,000 concerns of bpd refinery project's that would financial process viability; draft crude and environmental renewable impact statement feedstocks was due May 2016 into diesel, followed by gasoline and final report in jet fuel January 2017 EAST COAST Company Name Type City State Capacity Crude Status (bpd) Phillips 66, Ref Linden NJ 80,000-90,00 Bakken Operational Global 00 at times Partners 70,000 (Railed to Albany, NY, then barged to 238,000 bpd Bayway refinery in Linden, New Jersey) Plains All Term Yorktown VA 140,000 Bakken, Operational American Niobrara, Eagle Ford PBF Energy Ref Delaware DE Up to Bakken and Operational PBF.N City 130,000 Canadian; up Bakken, to 45,000 80,000 Bakken barged Canadian to 160,000 (refinery bpd 182,200 bpd) Paulsboro, NJ Philadelphia Ref Philadelphia PA 160,000; Bakken Operational Energy plus another Solutions 30,000 via rail and barge combination (refinery 330,000 bpd) Buckeye Term Albany NY 130,000 Bakken Operational Partners LP (rail to BPL.N barge, onward to 300,000 bpd Irving Oil refiner in St. John, New Brunswick) Sunoco Term Eagle Point NJ 40,000 (rail Bakken Operational Logistics to barge) Partners LP SXL.N Enbridge Inc Term Eddystone PA 80,000; can Bakken Operational ENB.TO expand to 160,000 (rail to barge) Buckeye Term Perth Amboy NJ 40,000 Bakken Operational; may Partners LP position facility to handle Canadian heavy crude; exploring options to handle natural gas liquids Phillips 66 Ref Linden NJ 70,000 bpd Bakken Operational Global Term New Windsor NY 88,000; had Bakken Withdrew permit Partners proposed application in adding rail October 2014 infrastructu without re to load explanation railed-in crude onto tankers and barges to move to East Coast refineries Global Term Albany NY 160,000 bpd Bakken Operational; Partners (includes seeking permits long-term to add boilers deal with and other Phillips 66 equipment to handle bitumen, or undiluted Canadian heavy crude, project undergoing environmental review Targa Term Baltimore MD 25,000 N/A Permit has Resources preliminary approval from Maryland regulators; final approval pending Monroe Ref Trainer PA 65,000, Bakken Monroe announced Energy/Bridge unloaded at in July 2014 it r LLC Enbridge's had entered a Eddystone 5-year deal with facility, Bridger to supply then barged Bakken to the to the refinery refinery GULF COAST Company Name Type City State Capacity (bpd) Crude Status Kinder Term Houston TX 210,000, Cushing Operational Morgan, Watco expandable to Oklahoma, Cos LLC; 250,000 bpd; West Texas, long-term crude in by Bakken, trade rail, out by Canadian agreement barge and with Mercuria pipeline; condensate in by barge, out by rail Plains All Term St. James LA 140,000 Niobrara Operational; American added capability to receive Canadian heavy crude in late 2015 to coincide with startup of new rail loading operation Kerrobert, Canada Plains All Load Gardendale TX 25,000 Eagle Ford Operational American Hub near Cotulla Genesis Load Wink TX 100,000 Permian Operational Energy LP Basin GEL.N Cetane Energy Load Carlsbad NM Up to 51,000 Permian Operational; LLC and Murex bpd or five Basin expanded to up LLC unit trains per to 51,000 bpd or week five unit trains per week from 21,000 bpd or two trains in mid-2015 RIO Hub, Load Loving NM 10,000; Permian 10,000 bpd Rangeland expandable to Basin in October 2014; Energy more than expansion as per 100,000 customer demand; also conducts frac sand unloading Genesis Term Walnut Hill FL 75,000 Bakken, Operational Energy (near West Texas Mobile Bay AL) Sunoco Term Nederland TX 21,500 Bakken Operational Logistics Alon Energy Ref Krotz LA 6,000 (refinery Inland U.S, Operational Springs 80,000 bpd) type depends on price Genesis Term Natchez MS 85,000 Canadian Operational Energy NuStar Energy Term St. James LA Two unit train Bakken can Operational; in facilities and handle talks to take a manifest rail Canadian Canadian crude facility, shipments; most combined storage for 200,000; EOG light crude, but Resources has have four tanks exclusive use capable of fuel of 50,000 bpd oil or heated pct of crude storage; unloading 18 trains moving capacity EOG production were unloaded at St. James in 2015, about 3,400 bpd Canadian Term Port of AL 75,000, up to Canadian Operational National Mobile 120 tank cars Railway per day CNR.TO and (offload crude, Arc Terminals backhaul condensate) Petroplex Term St. James LA 70,000 Bakken, Project International Parish (engineering Canadian canceled after LLC, head of and design for parish halted a consortium bulk liquids construction in backed by terminal December 2014 Macquarie including unit re-zoned the Group train) land, MQG.AX and effectively others withdrawing permits; company suing parish over the halt and compensation for more than $33 million invested Valero Ref Port Arthur TX 70,000 bpd Canadian Operational and other North American crudes Valero Ref St. Charles LA 20,000 via Canadian, Operational; rail, 35,000 with room expandable to bpd via barge to take 30,000 from Hartford, some inland IL terminal U.S. (refinery light-sweet 205,000 bpd) Genesis Term Maryland LA 75,000 (near Bakken, Operational; Energy Exxon Mobil Eagle Ford, As of November (Scenic Corp's XOM.N Canadian 2015, volumes Station) 502,500 bpd ramping up at refinery in new crude, Baton Rouge) intermediates and refined products import/export terminal in Baton Rouge, connected to Scenic Station as well as Exxon's reversed North Line Pipeline from Longview, Texas, to Baton Rouge, which will bring West Texas crude to Louisiana as part of the Permian Longview and Louisiana Extension, or PELA, system. Exxon's partners in that system are Sunoco Logistics Partners SXL.N and SunVit Pipeline LLC, a joint venture of Sunoco and Vitol GT Logistics Term Port Arthur TX 158,000 (rail Bakken, Operational Omniport to barge) Canadian Terminal Jefferson Term Port of TX Up to 220,000 Eagle Ford, Operational; Energy Beaumont (rail to barge) Bakken, started up Transload (Orange Canadian heating Railport County facilities for Terminal) railbit crude in January 2015 Global Term Port Arthur TX 140,000 Canadian Awaiting permits Partners and to begin Kansas City construction; Southern waterborne KSU.N terminal to have initial storage capacity of 340,000 barrels; potential startup 1Q 2017 if approved; no capital commitments as of January 2016 Kinder Morgan Term Battlegroun TX 6,000 bpd N/A Operational and d Oil initially TransMontaign Specialty (unloading for e Partners LP Terminal 12 cars, TMG.N Company LLC expandable to (BOSTCO) 30 cars) EOG Resources Load Harwood, TX Average 10,900 Eagle Ford, Operational; Barnhart from 89 Permian usage in sharp and Fort shipments of decline during Worth about 45,000 oil price barrels per downturn train in 2013 from all three facilities Genesis Load Raceland LA 140,000 bpd Eagle Ford, 1H 2016, Energy Bakken, completion had Canadian, been slated for Permian 4Q 2015 Basin, Niobrara Gulf Gateway Term New Orleans LA 75,000, rail to Canadian, Operational; Terminal barge Eagle Ford started up (Murex LLC boiler upgrade and Bulk in 2014 to add Resources) Canadian bitumen handling capability LBC Tank Term Geismar LA 10,000 Canadian Expanding Terminals Industrial capacity to Complex, offload Sunshine undiluted bitumen Texas Term Galveston TX 90,000, rail to Inland Operational International barge or ship U.S., Terminals Canadian Atlas Oil Co Load La Feria TX 5,000 Eagle Ford Operational Buckeye Texas Term, Corpus TX At least 70,000 Inland Under Partners load Christi U.S., consideration; (Buckeye Canadian may build unit Partners and train loading Tragifura) and offloading capability near terminal, could receive heavy Canadian and send naphtha as diluent back to Canada NGL Energy Load Milan, near NM Initially two San Juan 3Q 2015 Partners Albuquerque unit trans per Basin NGL.N week, about 20,400 Arc Logistics Term Chickasaw AL 9,000 U.S. inland Operational; bpd Partners and includes Canadian distillates, fuel oil and crude tall oil Arc Logistics Term Saraland AL 14,000 U.S. Inland Operational Partners and Canadian Centurion Load Pecos TX Up to 160,000 Very light Under Terminals Delaware construction as Basin crude part of Delaware and Basin Express, condensate two in the far pipeline-connect west ed terminals in Permian Reeves County, Basin TX; railed condensate to be taken to Centurion's export terminal in Brownsville, where an undisclosed shipper has a 10-year contract to buy all output from condensate splitters; startup for both operations 3Q 2016 Kinder Morgan Term Deer Park TX Approximately Heavy and Operational 70,000 bpd light North American crude MIDCONTINENT Company Name Type City State Capacity (bpd) Crude Status Enbridge Load Berthold ND 120,000 Bakken Operational Plains All Load Manitou and ND 65,000 at Bakken Operational American Van Hook Manitou; 65,000 at Van Hook Musket Corp Load Dore ND 60,000 Bakken Operational EOG Resources Load Stanley ND 65,000 Bakken Operational (Watco) Hess Corp Load Tioga ND 140,000 Bakken Operational (Watco) COLT hub, Load Epping ND 160,000 Bakken Operational Crestwood Midstream Partners CMLP.N Dakota Plains Load New Town ND 80,000 Bakken Operational Holdings Lario Load Near ND 100,000 Bakken Operational Logistics, Dickinson expandable to Bakken Oil 200,000 Express Savage Load Trenton ND 175,000 Bakken Operational; in Services July 2015 laid off 12 employees and halving loading in light of lower oil prices Tesoro Corp; Load Fryburg ND 154,000 Bakken Operational acquired Great Northern Midstream LLC as of January 2016; terms undisclosed Global Basin Load Columbus ND 160,000 Bakken Operational LP, Basin and Beulah Transload LLC Northstar Load McKenzie ND 100,000 Bakken Crude loading to Transloading County start up in 1H 2015; inbound loading for frac sand, construction materials operational December 2014 Delek U.S. Ref El Dorado AR 25,000 light Inland Operational Holdings U.S. or 12,000 U.S., DK.N Canadian. Can Canadian also access 20,000 bpd of light crude offloading at a third-party facility adjacent to the refinery (refinery 80,000 bpd) HollyFrontier Ref Artesia NM 70,000 WTS, WTI, Operational Corp HFC.N (refinery Canadian 105,000 bpd) Marquis Term Hayti MS 75,000 (rail to Bakken, Operational; to Energy Miss. barge) Canadian increase to 150,000 Indigo Term Osceola AR 140,000 (rail Bakken, Startup in late Resources to Miss. barge) Canadian 2014 SEACOR Term Sauget IL 65,000 (rail to Bakken, Operational Holdings Inc (Gateway Miss. barge) Canadian CKH.N Terminals) Savage Term Lordstown OH N/A Utica, when Awaiting Services (transloading production takers at Ohio ramps up Commerce Center, expanding for unit trains) Kinder Term Stroud OK 65,000 bpd, Bakken Operational; in Morgan, Watco offloading EOG 2015 moved 63 Companies output crude to unit trains Hawthorn carrying EOG Pipeline output to Stroud, about 12,082 bpd Buckeye Load Chicago IL Crude arrives Bakken, Operational Partners via pipeline, Canadian loaded on railcars to go to West, East and Gulf coasts; capacity undisclosed EnLink Load Frazeysburg OH 24,000, light Utica Operational Midstream oil condensate ENLK.N and various (Black Run grades of crude Rail Terminal) Enbridge Term Flanagan IL 140,000 Canadian If approved, as early as 1Q 2016 PBF Energy Ref Toledo OH Approx 70,000 Bakken, Study to build Canadian offloading facility at refinery under way; truck rack can take up to 16,000 bpd, can receive unit trains via third party Dakota Gold Load Stanley ND 70,000 Bakken Construction to Transfer, start by late Plaza 2014, high-speed Terminal rail loading available by 2H 2015 Phillips 66 Load Palermo, ND Initial Bakken, 4Q 2015; direct Partners Mountrail capacity Canadian access to 76-mile PSXP.N and County 100,000, can Sagagawea Paradigm double in size Pipeline and rail Energy to 200,000 access to the Partners LLC East and West coasts Energy Load Patoka IL N/A, but will U.S. Inland Planning loading Transfer handle unit facility to Partners trains enable crude ETP.N delivery to East Coast refineries Enbridge Term Cushing OK 120,000 Primarily Under Energy Canadian consideration; Partners gauging shipper EEP.N interest; if enough commitments secured, startup in late 2016 Joliet Bulk Term Joliet IL 85,000; will Canadian Will receive Barge & Rail supply Exxon crude via rail LLC; to be Mobil's 238,600 from Kinder acquired by bpd Joliet Morgan and Exxon Arc Logistics refinery subsidiary Partners LP Imperial Oil Ltd ARCX.N and joint-venture GE Electric 210,000 bpd rail Company loading facility GE.N in Edmonton, division GE Alberta; Energy commissioning Financial began for Joliet Services in facility with mid-May 2015 first two unit trains in April and early May 2015; project includes startup of an affiliate's 4-mile, 20-inch pipeline connecting the Joliet offloading facility to another pipeline that feeds the refinery; terminal equipped with heat and steam capability to increase unloading times ROCKIES Company Name Type City State Capacity (bpd) Crude Status Plains All Load Carr, Tampa CO 15,000 at Carr, Niobrara Both operational American 35,000 at Tampa; both expanded to 68,000 (ships to CA, LA) Musket Corp Load Windsor CO Initially Niobrara Operational 16,000 expandable to more than 30,000 Powder River Load Douglas WY 20,000; Bakken, Operational Basin expandable to Niobrara, Industrial 60,000 Canadian Complex LLC, 50/50 joint venture of Crestwood Midstream Partners and Enersco Midstream LLC, subsidiary of Twin Eagle Resource Management Eighty-Eight Load Guernsey WY 80,000 Bakken, Operational Oil LLC; Niobrara, operated by Canadian, Strobel Big Horn Starostka Basin, Transfer Wyoming USD Partners Load Casper WY 100,000, plus Canadian Operational; LP USDP.N , 900,000 barrels takes crude from purchased Oct. of storage and Spectra Energy 12, 2015 for possible Partners' 280,000 $225 million addition of 1.1 bpd from Stonepeak million more Canada-to-Wyoming Infrastructure barrels of Express Pipeline Partners, storage in Casper, where Cogent Energy capacity it connects to Solutions LLC Spectra's 168,000 and Granite bpd Wyoming-to Peak Illinois Platte Development Pipeline LLC; deal to close in 4Q 2015 Savage Load Price, Salt UT 9,000 at each Uinta Basin Operational Services Lake City terminal United Energy Load 7 sites in 50,000 Bakken, Operational Trading ND, CA, CO, Niobrara, WY, TX Eagle Ford, Permian Pronghorn, Load Douglas WY 70,000 Niobrara Operational Genesis Energy Price River Load Wellington UT 15,000, Uinta Operational Terminal; expandable to Global One 40,000, and Transport/Watc shipped first o; Sunoco unit train in Logistics in February 2014 May 2014 bought a 55 percent interest Meritage Load Wright WY 70,000; to Niobrara Operational; Midstream/Arch expand to loaded first Coal (Black 120,000 70,000-barrel Thunder unit train in Terminal) June 2014; expansion slated for 2015 Atlas Oil Co Load Evans CO 5,000 minimum Niobrara Operational; can expand to unit-train capability as production ramps up ARB Midstream Load Weld County CO 79,000; initial Niobrara Manifest 1Q 2015, LLC near Evans truck unloading unit train 35,000 operations in late 3Q 2015 Swan Ranch Load Cheyenne WY 70,000; Niobrara Operational Cheyenne Rail initially one Hub, Cogent unit train Energy every four to Solutions and five days Granite Peak Development Eighty-Eight Load Fort WY 80,000 Niobrara Operational Oil Laramie Sources: Company filings, presentations and announcements; North Dakota Pipeline Authority (Reporting by Kristen Hays in Houston; Editing by Terry Wade and Jim Marshall) ((kristen.hays@thomsonreuters.com)(+1 713-210-8538)(Reuters Messaging: Reuters Messaging: kristen.hays.reuters.com@reuters.net)) Keywords: USA CRUDE/RAIL
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