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Blackline’s Newington Expansion Plans Could Boost Terminal’s Role as Regional Supply Source

With a new owner, the Newington, New Hampshire propane terminal could see more rail propane traffic. That’s because Blackline Midstream plans to more than double the facility’s rail capacity.

Blackline bought the terminal, for an undisclosed amount, from Trammo, Inc. on Friday, Nov. 10. As a part of the deal, Blackline received permits to expand the terminal that Trammo secured after years of battles with state and local governments. During those skirmishes, Trammo argued the firm needed the additional capacity to better use the facility’s 530,000 bbl refrigerated storage tank as a major supply source for New England’s propane market. The terminal supplies propane to customers in ...

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