Magellan expanding ethanol infrastructure in Texas

February 20, 2012 |

In Texas, Magellan Midstream Partners announced it is adding ethanol storage and distribution services at its Mt. Pleasant facility. The $2 million project, to be operational in early March, includes the conversion of a 17,000 barrel tank and a new sequential blending system, the company announced. The terminal will receive ethanol via truck.

According to Magellan spokesman Bruce Heine, the company began construction on the terminal in the fourth quarter of 2011. The company now offers ethanol storage and blending services at 71 of its terminals throughout 22 states.

 

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