Global’s Sandwich Terminal is a distillate facility, and the only bulk storage marine terminal, located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The marine facility services Cape Cod’s demand while bypassing the significant congestion and mileage costs associated with supplying product via the Boston Harbor terminals.
Global’s South Portland terminal in Maine is strategically located on Casco Bay. This marine-supplied terminal services distillate and residual fuel truck rack customers through a five-bay truck rack, and serves commercial bunker customers over the dock in New England’s northernmost state.
Global’s Wethersfield, Connecticut terminal is a distillate facility with excellent access to several major highways, including Interstate 84, Interstate 91, Route 9, and Route 2. The facility offers direct Buckeye pipeline access to product supplied into the New Haven terminal market, allowing customers to bypass traffic and congestion associated with trucking product from New Haven racks to the Hartford area. It also features a four lane truck rack operation.
Global’s Stampede Terminal, in Columbus, North Dakota, is a crude-by-rail facility located on the Canadian Pacific Railway. This terminal has an eight-bay truck rack capable of receiving 50,000 barrels of product a day. The facility is capable of receiving product from the Summit Midstream Pipeline and the Andeavor High Plains Pipeline system.
These two ND pipeline- and rail-connected terminals have a combined 732,000 barrels of crude storage capacity.