Gibson expands capacity at Hardisty as demand for crude storage remains robust

Gibson expands capacity at Hardisty as demand for crude storage remains robust

Gibson Energy announced plans to expand its oil storage capacity at the Hardisty terminal by another million barrels.

The company says it plans to build two new 500,000 barrel tanks, which will be put into service sometime in 2020. Gibson says its has already secured a long-term contract with an "investment grade, senior oil sands customer," and will likely sanction two to four new tanks per year over the near term.

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