September 27, 2021 – LPGas Magazine
Supply chain planning the focus in New England
By: Brian Richesson
From a supply standpoint, New England is predominantly reliant on rail and marine imports in the absence of local pipelines and production facilities, Roth explains. The TEPPCO pipeline, which originates at Mont Belvieu near Houston, stops in Selkirk, New York.
That leaves rail and truck as the main sources of propane supply and distribution from other regions and Canada. In fact, a propane infrastructure map prepared by RBN Energy for the Propane Education & Research Council shows 25 terminals in the region – and all but one are fed by rail – as companies have invested in infrastructure in recent years.
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