|  Christine Marie Nielsen

ETI Featured Article: 4 Questions -- Ray Energy’s New Terminal in New York Aims to Meet Growing Need for Rail

The Northeastern U.S. depends on rail for about 75% of its propane supply, an increase of over 50% from a few years ago, according to Ken Ray, president of Ray Energy. Ray says the company’s propane rail and truck terminal that opened in Hampton, New York in August is situated to better serve propane marketers in the Northeast, as it is on the border of New York and Vermont. Ray talked with Energy Transport Insider recently to discuss how this new terminal might fit in with the energy transport landscape. ...

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