Construction of crude oil rail terminal underway

Savage Companies announced that construction is underway for a multi-user rail terminal served by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway in Trenton, North Dakota. The rail will deliver crude oil from the Bakken shale oil formation (Bakken). This facility will be of benefit to producers who want to get their product to specific markets and for refiners who want access to premium crude at competitive rates. The 270 acre site will include rail infrastructure, in addition to planned space for oil field material storage, and receiving capability for frac sand and other materials. The Trenton Railport is scheduled to be operational by the second quarter of 2012, and will be managed by Savage’s Railway and Industry Solutions Group, which currently oversees over 50 specialty rail services and transloading terminals throughout the U.S.

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