Stroud Terminal, OK
Our Stroud terminal is a crude oil destination terminal located on 76-acres in Stroud, Oklahoma, near the Cushing storage hub. The terminal includes unit train-capable unloading capacity of approximately 60,000 barrels per day, expandable to approximately 80,000 barrels per day, as well as two onsite tanks with approximately 140,000 barrels of total capacity and one truck bay. Inbound product is delivered by the Stillwater Central Rail, which handles deliveries from both the BNSF and the Union Pacific railways. Outbound shipments of crude oil are delivered via our 17-mile SCT Pipeline from the Stroud terminal to the Cushing storage hub. The Stroud terminal provides Western Canadian heavy barrels with access to multiple large, liquid markets, including the Gulf Coast, while enabling greater quality control relative to pipelines.
|Modes Inbound||Rail, Truck|
|Tank Capacity||140,000 barrels (two tanks with 70,000 barrels of capacity each)|
|Servicing Railroads||BNSF and Union Pacific via Stillwater Central Rail|
Pipeline connectivity to Cushing hub
Unit train shipments
SCT Pipeline Rules and Regulations Tariff No. 1.1.0