Eco-Energy is proposing to construct and operate a 10-acre liquid bulk receiving terminal at the Port of Stockton. The Project involves the construction of new rail leads and switches, a rail offload yard to temporarily store up to 108 railcars, the pipeline to connect the terminal to nearby NuStar facility tanks, a single story support building, and a cast-in-place concrete pump station. With construction of the proposed receiving terminal, liquid bulk petroleum products would be transferred from the Eco-Energy terminal to the adjacent NuStar bulk petroleum terminal through a closed-loop pipeline system. A maximum total of 60 unit trains per year would be received at the proposed facility. Construction of the project is expected to occur in the fall of winter of 2017, or as soon as permits are received and would last approx. 10 to 12 months.
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