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Rangeland Energy is a midstream company that meets the infrastructure requirements of refiners, commodities marketers, producers and retail distributors in resource plays and growing markets. They a strong and successful track record and highly experienced management teams. Rangeland's goal is to be the first choice for facilitating the movement of inbound frac sand and the delivery of outbound hydrocarbons to high value markets.
With company's formation in November 2009, Rangeland focused on the successful ground-up development of the COLT Hub, North Dakota's largest open-access crude oil marketing hub that came into service in 2012. COLT was acquired by Inergy Midstream, L.P. in December 2012. Rangeland II is currently focused on building out its RIO System which serves producers in the Delaware Basin. The RIO Hub is a large frac sand and crude oil terminal. The RIO Pipeline will connect the hub to Rangeland's State Line Terminal, the market center at Midland, Texas, and multiple takeaway pipelines. Rangeland Energy III is currently developing the South Texas Energy Products System ("STEPS"), an integrated hydrocarbon logistics system. Currently, Rangeland Energy II and Rangeland Energy III are supported by private equity commitments from EnCap Flatrock Midstream.
TEN|10 has worked with Rangeland Energy through all three iterations of the company.