Rail Crude Oil Load Out Sites Part of Bakken Energy Service www.bakkenenergyservice.com Expertise in Williston Basin and Beyond. As more and more barrels of crude oil are being brought up each day in the Bakken and Williston Basin the need for transportation of this oil increases. www.ndoil.com
Several members of Bakken Energy Service are experienced in the building of these rail oil load-out stations allowing Bakken Energy Service to offer turn-key programs. Larson Engineering www.larsonengr.com brings years of experience in electrical, structural, process industrial, and mechanical engineering. Todavich Electric www.todavichelectric.com has worked on many load-out stations such as the Bakken Oil Express www.bakkenoilexpress.com and current industry knowledge. Gateway Building Systems has erected hundreds of buildings through the Williston Basin and can produce exactly what is needed with the assistance of BESTeam architectural group SM Foss Architects email@example.com .
From site evaluation to site preparation BESTeam Member Riley Brothers Construction www.rileybros.com has over 40 years of building site preparation and excavation. Sand, gravel, scoria can be supplied by BESTeam Member SSG Mining www.scoriamining.com Many of the existing oil rail load-out sites have had their tanks and pipes sand blasted, urethane coated and painted by BESTeam Member Coating Specialties www.coatingspec.com. Tanks can be manufactured by Bakken Energy Service Team member Majona Steel www.majonasteel.com and stairs, catwalk and custom fabrication from member Linders Specialty Company www.lscmetalfab.com . And all of these tanks can be tied together with piping, welding, roustabout team Blue Buttes Energy www.bluebuttes.com . This is just a brief example of why the Bakken Energy service Team is the one place to call to get all your crude oil rail needs met.
Building Rail Crude Oil Load Out Sites in North Dakota Part of Bakken Energy Service www.bakkenenergyservice.com Expertise in Williston Basin and Beyond. As more and more barrels of crude oil are being brought up each day in the Bakken and Williston Basin the need for rail transportation of this oil increases.