Halcón Resources Corp. subsidiary to construct $70 million fuel depot at Ohio Commerce Park in Lordstown

During a meeting earlier this month, the Village of Lordstown's Board of Zoning Appeals approved more oil and gas-related construction at the Ohio Commerce Center, The Vindicator reports (See our June 08, 2013, blog post – "Savage Services to manage rail transloading at Ohio Commerce Center"). Houston-based Halcón Resources Corp. subsidiary Halcón Field Service will construct a "$70 million fuel depot at the Ohio Commerce Center to store and distribute oil produced across the Utica shale play to both the East Coast and Gulf Coast." The project will create 50 construction jobs for one year, and then 30 full-time jobs to staff the depot. The completed project will have "four bays for trucks, a 20-railcar-loading platform, three condensate stabilizers, which capture condensate that would otherwise burn off into the environment, and six storage tanks each capable of holding up to 90,000 barrels of crude or other products from the Utica," the article said. For more, read the full story.

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