Terminaling & Export
Hess Midstream operates integrated, interconnected terminal facilities that provide flexibility for export. This includes a truck and pipeline terminal, a rail terminal and rail cars, and a header system
Ramberg Terminal Facility
The Ramberg Terminal Facility is a crude oil pipeline and truck unloading hub located in Williams County, North Dakota. It receives crude oil by pipeline and truck from Hess and third parties and exports it by pipeline to our Tioga Rail Terminal for loading onto rail cars or by injecting it directly into third-party interstate pipeline systems.
The facility has a combined pipeline and truck receipt capability of approximately 200,000 barrels of crude oil per day. Up to approximately 130,000 barrels per day of crude oil can enter the facility through our crude oil gathering system, and crude oil can also enter the facility through fourteen truck unloading bays with a combined truck unloading capacity of approximately 70,000 barrels per day.
The facility can redeliver up to approximately 285,000 barrels per day and has a combined shell storage capacity of approximately 40,000 barrels. The facility has an additional combined 240,000 barrels of storage capacity with third parties.
Tioga Rail Terminal and Rail Cars
The Ramberg Terminal Facility, Tioga Gas Plant and our crude oil gathering system connect to a rail terminal in Tioga that can handle 140,000 barrels per day of crude oil and 30,000 barrels per day of NGLs. It can store approximately 290,000 barrels on site.
The Tioga Rail Terminal has a direct rail connection to the BNSF Railway, which in turn connects to the Union Pacific, CSX, Norfolk Southern and other Class 1 railroads. Rail cars owned by Hess Midstream and third parties are loaded with crude oil for transport to various points in the East Coast, West Coast and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. The terminal is capable of loading unit trains, which are dedicated trains typically ranging from approximately 100 to 110 cars, chartered for a single delivery destination, usually with priority scheduling.
Hess Midstream owns 550 crude oil rail cars, which we operate as unit trains to transport crude oil for Hess. Each of these cars were constructed to the most recent DOT-117 safety standards and has an effective loading capacity of approximately 670 barrels per car.
Johnson’s Corner Header System
The Johnson’s Corner Header System receives crude oil by pipeline from Hess and third parties and delivers it to third-party interstate pipeline systems. The facility has a delivery capacity of 100,000 barrels per day.