About Us

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. We are distinguished by exceptional customer service, a strong and successful track record and highly experienced management teams with extensive collective experience in the energy industry and long individual histories of midstream success.

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. From the company's formation in November 2009 through late 2012, Rangeland focused on the successful ground-up development of the COLT Hub, North Dakota's largest open-access crude oil marketing hub. Construction of the COLT facility began in May 2011 and the facility came into service in May 2012. COLT was acquired by Inergy Midstream, L.P. in December 2012. Learn more about COLT here.

Today, we are building on our expertise and successful execution in the Bakken by pursuing similar opportunities in emerging shale producing areas across North America — including West Texas and Southeast New Mexico, the Gulf Coast, and Canada — where Rangeland is pursuing the greenfield development and acquisition of midstream assets including gathering, transmission and storage and rail terminal facilities.

Rangeland Energy II and Rangeland Energy III are supported by private equity commitments from EnCap Flatrock Midstream of San Antonio, Texas. Established in 2008 by Flatrock Energy Advisors, LLC and EnCap Investments L.P., EnCap Flatrock Midstream has more than $6.5 billion in equity under management and dedicated to investment in the midstream sector of the energy industry.

Rangeland Energy II

Rangeland Energy II successfully constructed and now operates the RIO System, a multipart crude and sand logistics system in the Delaware Basin, comprised of the RIO Pipeline, State Line Terminal, Midland Terminals and the RIO Hub. Future RIO system expansions include the Wink Lateral & Terminal and the RIO Connector. The RIO Pipeline bridges the Delaware and Midland basins, spanning 110 miles and capable of transporting a maximum of 145 Mbpd. The RIO Pipeline originates at the State Line Terminal in the epicenter of the Delaware Basin in Loving County, Texas, and terminates at the RIO Midland Terminals located in the exclusive Midland, Texas, tank farm area. Located in Eddy County, New Mexico, the RIO Hub is the Delaware Basin’s premier frac sand logistics facility with potential for liquids terminaling capabilities. Together, the system provides customers with the ultimate crude transportation and frac sand optionality in the Delaware Basin. Learn more about RIO here.

Rangeland Energy III

Formed in 2015, Rangeland Energy III is currently developing the South Texas Energy Products System ("STEPS"), an integrated hydrocarbon logistics system that will receive and store refined products, liquefied petroleum gas (“LPG”) and other hydrocarbons at a new terminal hub located in Corpus Christi, Texas, and transport them to terminals primarily located in Mexico. Rangeland III is also evaluating a wide range of new midstream opportunities in prominent producing basins throughout the United States and Canada. Learn more about STEPS here.