Crestwood expands Rose Hill, Davisville, Montgomery rail terminals

July 25, 2018 By    
Photo courtesy of Crestwood

Photo courtesy of Crestwood

The Kansas City, Missouri-based office of Crestwood Midstream’s Marketing Supply & Logistics Group completed expansions at its Rose Hill, North Carolina, and Montgomery, New York, rail terminals, and has upgrades underway at its Davisville, Rhode Island, terminal.

The Rose Hill terminal, which opened in early 2015, provides propane marketers across North Carolina with much-needed reliability, the company says. Crestwood has completed an expansion at Rose Hill and will soon offer 24/7 load times to optimize daily transportation.

Crestwood’s Montgomery terminal, believed to be the largest propane terminal in the United States, opened in the summer of 2017 to serve marketers across the Northeast. The 20-acre facility – which is served by the Middletown and New Jersey railroads – can store more than 280,000 gallons of propane and has a 16-spot rail rack and a four-spot truck rack that can load four trucks in 17 minutes. Crestwood announced the implementation of a new automated 24/7 loading system to eliminate long wait times during peak winter months.

The Davisville, Rhode Island, terminal – located adjacent to the high-demand vacation communities of Cape Cod and Nantucket – has been serving propane marketers across New England since 2014. Crestwood is in the process of adding a sixth rail tower and additional storage to ensure plenty of winter capacity.

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