Blackeagle Energy Services Announces Completion of Work on Grand Mesa – Lucerne/Riverside Project
New Transfer Station Will Bring Supplies from Colorado to Oklahoma’s Cushing Hub
Berthoud, Colo., October 26, 2016 – Blackeagle Energy Services , a leader in the utility and energy industries, is pleased to announce that its construction work on the origin stations for the Grand Mesa Pipeline project for NGL Energy Partners is scheduled to be complete by the end of this month, October 2016. The origin stations near Lucerne and Riverside, Colo., will gather crude oil from Weld County and transfer to NGL’s storage facility in Cushing, Oklahoma.
Blackeagle Energy Services has contracted since April 2016 as the general contractor to provide civil, mechanical, and structural construction services for the origin stations, said Superintendent Gary Evans. These services have included concrete work, fabricating and installation of pipes; equipment set up; and the erection of structural steel.
“This has been an important project and very successful for Blackeagle. We’ve kept it timely and on budget for our client,” Evans said. “The construction project has benefited Weld County in Colorado, and the pipeline will continue to help the long-term tax base in the region.”
For more information on the Grand Mesa/Lucerne Riverside Project or Blackeagle Energy Services, contact Vice President of Corporate Development Todd Erickson at (970) 344-6185 or Todd.Erickson@Blackegl.com or visit www.BlackeagleEnergyServices.com.
About Blackeagle Energy Services
Exceeding client expectations since 1986, Blackeagle Energy Services is a premier provider of services to energy companies that need the job done right the first time. Blackeagle specializes in building and maintaining our nation’s energy infrastructure with pipeline and facility construction, integrity management, field maintenance, and fabrication. Based in Berthoud, Colo., Blackeagle operates from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf States, across the Great Plains and into the Northeast.