12 February 2013 16:31 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Chemical distributor Brenntag is upgrading its Dickinson, North Dakota, site to handle additional rail siding and blending facility capacity, as well as adding to its acid bulk storage, the German company announced on Tuesday.
Growth in the oil and natural gas market in the Dickinson area led to the move, the company said, as it works to supply its partners with products in every stage of the well life cycle.
“With the additional capacities, we will be able to handle larger volumes of products, reduce railroad restrictions, provide an efficient and reliable supply chain and establish blending and storage capacity,” said Markus Klahn, chief operating officer of Brenntag North America.
Brenntag’s Dickinson branch serves agricultural, water treatment, power, oil, natural gas and industrial markets in western North and South Dakota, eastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming, and is strategically located to serve the high-growth Williston/Bakken oil fields.
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