OmniTRAX Energy Solutions re-opens storage silos at Cotulla Terminal
The OES Cotulla terminal is said to be one of the largest terminals within the Eagle Ford basin.
OmniTRAX Energy Solutions (OES), Denver, Colo., re-opened three silos at its terminal in Cotulla, Texas, adding 15,000 tons of vertical storage capacity. OES offers comprehensive logistics services to the supply chain, including terminals in several basins, transload operations and Arrows UP, LLC, an Arlington Heights, Ill.-based containerized proppant delivery and storage solution provider.
The OES Cotulla terminal is said to be one of the largest terminals within the Eagle Ford basin, now offering more than 24,000 tons of storage capacity and more than 18,000 feet of rail car capacity. The re-opened silos will reduce truck traffic in the region.
“OES constantly reinvests in our terminals to better service customers throughout the Eagle Ford basin and in other basins and mining areas around the country. We have built a reputation of performance and stability that our customers and local communities rely on, and the Cotulla terminal is a great example of our efforts to grow with the energy sector and reinvest in our local communities,” says Pierre Luc Mathieu, president.