DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rimrock Midstream, LLC has entered into agreements with producers to construct and operate over 150 miles of crude oil trunkline gathering and associated infrastructure in Weld County, Colorado.
The Rimrock Platte River gathering system will deliver significant volumes to the Grand Mesa Pipeline's origin point located in central Weld County, Colorado. The gathering will be capable of delivering multiple grades of crude oil and will provide better service and more cost effective transportation to the producers in Weld County and surrounding counties. The gathering system not only supports continued growth and production in the area, but does so in an environmentally responsible way by reducing the current utilization of rail and truck transportation in the area, while providing jobs and supporting the local economies.
About Rimrock Midstream, LLC
Rimrock Midstream, LLC is a strategic, growth-oriented company formed to acquire, develop and operate a portfolio of midstream energy infrastructure assets. Rimrock has been engaged in the business of acquiring, transporting and storing crude oil in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. For more information, contact Josh Cruzan, Executive VP of Business Development at 405-208-3483 or visit www.rimrockmidstream.com