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Rangeland begins construction of RIO System in the Delaware Basin


Published May 14, 2014
Rangeland Energy

Rangeland Energy has started construction of the Rangeland Integrated Oil System (RIO System) in the Delaware Basin region of Southeast New Mexico and West Texas. The multipart system is designed to transport the Basin’s crude oil and condensate production to multiple downstream markets across the U.S. via outbound rail and pipeline.

Construction of the system’s rail facility is underway. The rail facility will provide services for outbound crude oil and condensate and inbound frac sand.

Transload Service to Begin in October Known as the RIO Hub, the 300-acre rail terminal is located near Loving, New Mexico, in the center of the basin’s drilling and production activity. The RIO Hub will serve the Delaware Basin by providing storage, blending and rail loading facilities for outbound crude oil and condensate.

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