West Colton Terminal, CA
Supplying fuel-grade ethanol to the greater San Bernardino and Riverside County-Inland Empire region, the West Colton Rail Terminal already plays a crucial role in the distribution supply chain. And through its new agreement with USD Clean Fuels, the facility begins a new chapter: supplying renewable diesel for the growing clean fuels sector.
Entering into this new contract with USD Clean Fuels, which itself is backed by an agreement between USD Clean Fuels and an investment grade refiner, the terminal will expand its important suite of services to meet Southern California’s demand for cleaner, more sustainable fuels.Our West Colton terminal is a unit train-capable destination terminal that transloads ethanol received by rail from producers onto trucks to meet local ethanol demand. The terminal is located less than one mile from gasoline blending terminals that supply the greater San Bernardino and Riverside County-Inland Empire region of Southern California and is the only ethanol rail terminal within a ten-mile radius. The West Colton terminal is equipped with 20 railcar offloading positions and three truck loading positions and can transload up to 13,000 Bpd of ethanol. The terminal receives inbound deliveries exclusively by rail on the Union Pacific railroad's high speed line.
|Modes Outbound||Truck (Future: Pipeline)|
|Railcar Capacity||20 railcar offloading positions|
|Servicing Railroads||Union Pacific|
|Capacity||13,000 barrels per day|
|Location Details||The West Colton terminal is strategically located less than a mile from gasoline blending terminals that supply the greater San Bernardino and Riverside County-Inland Empire region of Southern California.|