Our Projects

Marten Hills Pipeline System

A crude oil and condensate pipeline system located in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta, Canada. (Acquired by Kingston Midstream in September 2023)

Operated by Rangeland’s wholly owned subsidiary, Rangeland Midstream Canada, Ltd., the Marten Hills Pipeline System was, at time of sale, connected to Plains Midstream Canada’s Rainbow Pipeline System for deliveries to Edmonton, Alberta’s hub and refining market. Learn More


North Dakota's largest open-access crude oil marketing hub. (Acquired by Inergy Midstream in December 2012)

COLT was Rangeland’s first project with construction initiated in May 2011 put into service in May 2012. At time of sale, COLT served as a point of liquidity for the distribution of Bakken crude oil throughout North American markets by providing customers with crude oil storage and connectivity to the BNSF Railway Company along with various inbound and outbound pipeline systems.  Learn More

RIO System

A multipart crude and frac sand logistics system in the Delaware Basin. (Acquired by Tesoro Refining & Marketing Company in January 2018)

The RIO System was comprised of the RIO Pipeline, State Line Terminal, Midland Terminal, and the RIO Hub, originally developed in 2015 to provide shippers access and optionality to multiple end markets, including Colorado City, Cushing, Corpus Christi and Houston markets. Learn More

South Texas Energy Products System (STEPS)

An integrated hydrocarbon logistics system in Corpus Christi, TX. (Rangeland sold its interests in STEPS in December 2022)

STEPS was a rail and truck hub located near the Port of Corpus Christi refining complex designed to receive and store refined products and liquefied petroleum gas for transport to terminals located primarily in Mexico. Learn More