USD Group starts NGL transloading operations at Alberta terminal

May 5, 2017 By    

USD Group has launched natural gas liquid (NGL) transloading operations at the Hardisty terminal in Alberta, Canada, through affiliate USD Terminals Canada II ULC.

The operations are supported by a five-year commercial agreement with Gibson Energy Inc. for exclusive use of the facility, according to USD Group. The current facility includes butane and condensate handling capabilities, with the potential to handle propane in the future.

“We are pleased to continue working together with Gibsons, our key partner at Hardisty, to leverage our collective assets to meet evolving market needs,” says Jim Albertson, USD Group’s vice president of commercial development in Canada.

USD Group and its affiliates design, develop, own and manage large-scale multi-modal logistics centers and energy-related infrastructure assets across North America. It also develops unit-train terminals for the transportation of energy-related products.

Megan Smalley

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Megan Smalley is the associate editor of LP Gas magazine. Contact her at msmalley@northcoastmedia.net or 216-363-7930.

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