October 2011, Vol. 238 No. 10

Projects

Nations First Ethanol Unit Train-To-Pipeline Distribution System Planned

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, the Tampa Port Authority (TPA) and CSX Corp. have formed a public-private partnership to bring ethanol into the Tampa market more efficiently and safely via the nation’s first ethanol unit train-to-pipeline distribution system. The joint intermodal project involves the TPA building new rail track and support infrastructure to handle 100-car unit train deliveries and a multi-product unit train offloading yard at Hooker’s Point in the Port of Tampa. The new rail facilities will allow CSX to transport ethanol from Midwest producers to central Florida in 100-car unit trains that will then be able to be offloaded within a 24-hour period into

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