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... 35 miles of water gathering pipeline. Crude oil gathered on the Polar System is delivered to the COLT Hub Terminal in Epping, N.D. under long-term, fee-based gathering agreements. , president and CEO of Summit Investments commented, "The start-up of ... Comment?
... easements for an eventual oil pipeline that would carry Divide County well production to a rail loading facility at Epping. The project would be located on land currently owned by Tim Tomlinson, receiving oil trucks until the pipeline is built. -Up ... Comment?
EPPING, N.D. - On a recent subzero day at a rail station here on the plains, a giant tank train stretches like a black belt across the horizon-as far as the eye can see. Comment?
The Dellinger Underground was filled with food and games on Tuesday, March 26. The liaison-resident assistants of the residence halls paired up with the Residence Hall Assembly and hosted the Grocery Carnival, giving away lots of food and prizes. Comment?
The Bakken Lite Pipeline Project will be built between Crosby and Epping, N.D., covering approximately 80 miles. Comment?
... was hired to work for Strobel Starostka, a contractor for the Inergy Crude Logistics oil transloading facility in Epping. Steskal was back with trains, this time loading cars with crude oil. He has been promoted to locomotive engineer and now drives ... Comment?
... The deal gives Inergy Midstream control of the COLT Hub, a crude oil rail terminal, storage and pipeline system near Epping, North Dakota. It is a handsome midstream asset. The COLT Hub serves as a point of liquidity for the distribution of Bakken ... Comment?
... rail terminal, storage and pipeline. The hub can move 120,000 barrels of crude oil by rail daily, and is located in Epping, N.D., the center of the state's oil-producing region. To finance the purchase, Inergy Midstream sold $225 million worth of ... Comment?
He was born Jan. 22, 1919, to Otto and Thora Christopherson, near Epping. He enlisted in the Army July 22, 1944. Comment?