Barrels a Day
Barrels of Crude Oil
Trains a Day
Less Expensive than Trucking
The Uinta Basin Railway will connect to both Western U.S. Class-I railways, facilitating competitive transportation to any market in the country, of any product produced in the Uinta Basin.
There are more than 30 billion barrels of economically recoverable oil in the Uinta Basin.
Uinta Basin crude is a light sweet crude with nearly zero sulfur, metals, and TAN content.
Uinta Basin crude is in high demand by refiners, both as an FCC feedstock and a base oil feedstock.
The Uinta Basin Railway is capable of hauling 350,000 barrels of oil per day, with scalable economics.
Pipeline competition is not technically nor economically practical due to terrain and the wax content of Uinta Basin crude.
Highway competition cannot move 350,000 barrels per day, sustained basis year-round, and is higher in costs.
DHIP has perpetual exclusive development rights to the railway, granted by the State of Utah.
The railway as an interstate common-carrier enjoys federal pre-emption of most state and local regulations
The railway’s Strawberry Terminal, a 350,000 barrels per day capacity origin terminal, is centrally located to the Basin’s sweet spot.
600-Acre Liquid Export Terminal
20 Million Barrel Storage Capacity
Capable of moving 800,000 Barrels of Crude Oil a Day
This 600-acre liquid export terminal facility is capable of storing 20 million barrels of crude oil.
PLT is strategically located where there is deep water access along the Mississippi river south of New Orleans.
This terminal has both rail and pipeline access and is capable of moving up to 800,000 barrels of crude oil and refined products per day.
This terminal is operated by Tallgrass Energy, a Blackstone portfolio midstream energy company.