Bakken Colt Hub Oil Terminal
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Crestwood
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  • Location: Epping, North Dakota
  • Capacity: 1.2 million barrels
  • Crude Type: Bakken

Brief Description

  • Crestwood’s COLT rail facility is one of the largest crude-by-rail loading terminals in the U.S., based on daily volumes loaded, currently averaging approximately 120,000 Bpd
  • The COLT Hub receives crude oil through its 12-bay truck unloading facility and from pipeline connections with Hiland Partners’ Market Center pipeline, Summit Midstream’s Meadowlark pipeline and Tesoro’s High Plains Crude Oil Pipeline.
  • The COLT Hub has 1.2 million barrels of storage capacity and can also deliver crude oil to the Enbridge and Tesoro pipeline systems, at the Beaver Lodge terminal, through Crestwood’s COLT Connector pipeline


Ongoing Projects

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Other Information

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  • 2012 - The facility begins operations
  • 2012 - Inergy Midstream acquired the terminal

Relevant Links

  1. Service Begins at Rangeland Energy's Crude Oil Loading Terminal in North Dakota's Bakken Shale
  2. Inergy Midstream to Acquire the COLT Crude Oil Logistics Hub
  3. Crestwood Midstream Partners Announces Loading of 1,000th Unit Train at Its Bakken COLT Hub Facility

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