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Rangeland Energy III

Rangeland Energy III was formed in July 2015 to pursue midstream opportunities in resource plays across North America, targeting crude oil logistics opportunities and leveraging its extensive experience and expertise in the Bakken Shale and the Delaware Basin.

In March 2016, Rangeland announced the development of the South Texas Energy Products System. STEPS is an integrated hydrocarbon logistics system that will receive and store refined products, liquefied petroleum gas and other hydrocarbons at a new terminal hub located in Corpus Christi, Texas, and transport them to third-party terminals primarily located in Mexico. During the initial phase of the project, refined products and LPGs will be received in the Corpus Christi terminal then shipped to inland terminals located in Mexico. In subsequent phases, marine facilities in Corpus Christi may be added to the system, along with the infrastructure to accommodate additional commodities including crude oil, condensate and fuel oil. The terminal site in Corpus Christi is strategically situated along the Kansas City Southern Railroad mainline within five miles of the Port of Corpus Christi and multiple refineries. 

Rangeland III also formed Rangeland Midstream Canada, Ltd., to pursue opportunities in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Rangeland Canada’s operational expertise spans the midstream value chain and includes gathering, compression, treating, processing and storage services for multiple commodities including natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids. In April 2019, Rangeland Canada announced that it will design, construct and operate crude oil and condensate pipelines in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta. The Marten Hills Pipeline System will extend approximately 85 kilometres (52.8 miles) and consist of crude oil and condensate pipelines and related facilities. The system is expected to come into service in the second quarter of 2020. The system is anchored by long-term transportation agreements with three of the region’s largest crude oil producers, who have made a combined minimum volume commitment representing 40 percent of the system’s capacity. The agreements also include acreage dedications totaling approximately 450,000 acres

Rangeland Energy's management team has a strong track record of developing, constructing, acquiring, operating, optimizing and expanding both greenfield and existing crude oil, refined products and associated natural gas midstream assets.