Torq Energy Logistics
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp’s decision this week to scrap its $12 billion Energy East pipeline and delays to other export pipeline projects look set to increase producers’ reliance on costly crude-by-rail to bring barrels to market.
Oilweek.com featured Torq Transloading in their recent article regarding the focus of heavy crude producers on delivery product via rail.
09 January 2014
Financial Post reports on how the lack of pipeline capacity has prompted oil producers to increase usage of crude-by-rail for product deliveries.
14 August 2013
TORQ Transloading Inc. is pleased to announce its planned development of a large scale state-of-the-art unit train, crude-by-rail terminal in the Kerrobert, SK area.