January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1


Rangeland Plans Open-Access Crude Oil Marketing Hub In North Dakota

Rangeland Energy LLC plans to build, own and operate a crude oil loading terminal and pipeline in Williams County, ND. Known as the COLT Hub and the COLT Connector, the terminal and pipeline facilities are expected to be in service by December. Located in the Bakken and Three Forks shale oil-producing areas, COLT will provide producers and marketers with the first open-access crude oil marketing hub in North Dakota. Rangeland filed a letter of intent with the North Dakota Public Service Commission in November 2010 to build the COLT Connector, a 20-mile crude oil transmission pipeline in Williams County. The pipeline will connect Rangeland’s planned crude oil loading te

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