The system is anchored by long-term transportation agreements with three of the region’s largest crude oil producers Rangeland Midstream Canada commissions Marten Hills Pipeline System. (Credit: Rangeland Energy) Rangeland Midstream Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rangeland Energy III LLC, today announced that its Marten Hills Pipeline System is in service. The system consists of new crude oil and condensate pipelines located in the Marten Hills region of north central Alberta. The Marten Hills Pipeline System extends approximately 85 kilometres (52.8 miles), terminating at an interconnect with Plains Midstream Canada’s Rainbow Pipeline System, which serves the Edmonton, Alberta, hub and refining market.The system is anchored by long-term transportation agreements with three of the region’s largest crude oil producers, who have made a combined minimum volume commitment representing 40 percent of the system’s capacity. The agreements span a 450,000-acre area of mutual interest (AMI) dedicated to the Marten Hills system.“Rangeland Canada is very pleased to begin operating our Marten Hills Pipeline System,” said Rangeland Canada Vice President of Business Development Briton Speer. “Operators in the region are resuming previously shut-in production as they benefit from improved economics and a stronger demand for their products. Our goal is to stay ahead of our customers’ needs by alleviating infrastructure bottlenecks; providing safe, reliable and high-quality transportation; and offering access to the best markets. The start-up is a great testament to outstanding work by our Vice President of Engineering and Project Management Scott Hornung, Vice President of Operations Scott Wilke and the members of their teams who worked tirelessly to complete the project on schedule and with a perfect safety record. ” Source: Company Press Release
× JERSEY CITY – On Thursday May 25, North Bergen resident Fundador Bonet, 36, was convicted by a Hudson County jury of aggravated assault after a four-day trial, according to a press release from the Hudson County Prosecutors office.The press release states that on Oct. 8, 2015 Bonet sent text messages to one of the victims, Joel Lopez, ostensibly arranging a time and place for Lopez to pick up his six- year-old child. In actuality, those texts were sent to lure Lopez to a dead-end street in Hoboken where Bonet and several others jumped and assaulted Lopez and his cousin Jesus Vazquez.Lopez sustained a gash to the top of his head, a black eye, a knot on his forehead, facial swelling, and bruising over his neck and arms.The jury deliberated several hours before returning their decision of guilty on the aggravated assault count. Bonet was acquitted on two weapons counts of his indictment.According to the press release Bonet, who was previously convicted of aggravated manslaughter and aggravated assault, faces up to five years in New Jersey state prison.Judge Patrick Arre is scheduled to sentence Bonet on June, 30.