CIG Logistics, a Fort Worth-based oil and gas logistics provider, has secured two contracts to run operations for a major midstream energy infrastructure company at two of its terminals in California and Louisiana.
Under the contracts, the firm will manage all operations, sustainment and inventory tracking at the terminals, which focus on crude oil storage, transloading and transportation services. The client firm’s identity was not disclosed.
“We are proud to serve as the operations partner for these two critical rail terminals and look forward to delivering our signature services to support these state-of-the-art facilities in California and Louisiana,” said CEO Jonathan Green, commenting in a news release.
The contracts come as CIG Logistics, itself the owner of several transloading and storage facilities, expands its business by offering operational expertise to third-party owned terminals. Following the newly announced contract win, the company is actively bidding on terminal operations contracts in the energy, construction, railroad and food industries across the country.
The firm has developed advanced automation, operational efficiency, supply chain management and safety measures at its own facilities, Green confirmed.
“As the need for more efficient, reliable and affordable supply chain operations increases, we look forward to partnering with terminal owners to provide our expertise and improve their operations, customer service and competitive posture,” Green said.
With the addition of the two operations contracts, CIG Logistics now owns or operates 13 transloading and storage facilities throughout Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana and California.
More information is available at www.ciglogistics.com.