Cowboy Midstream Plans New Powder River Basin Crude Offload Terminal

The terminal is strategically placed in the Powder River Basin and sits directly adjacent to Cowboy Midstream’s Powell Lateral II Pipeline.

Hart Energy Staff

Wyoming-based Cowboy Midstream LLC, a full-service midstream provider, has announced the planned opening of their Ross Road Terminal, a crude oil truck offload facility in the Powder River Basin. The Terminal will be capable of offloading and shipping Powder River crude in volumes of up to 20,000 bbls/day, Cowboy Midstream said in a press release on March 4.

The terminal is strategically placed in the Powder River Basin on Ross Road and sits directly adjacent, and is tied into, Cowboy Midstream’s Powell Lateral II Pipeline. Ross Road Terminal will initially include truck offloading LACTs, storage capacity of 10,000 barrels, full PDC/MCC, and pipeline pumps.

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