The expansion, to be complete by the fourth quarter of 2011, will double the terminal’s current capacity to 130,000 barrels or two unit trains per day.

SJRT is scheduled to open next month and is part of the nationwide network of crude oil/condensate facilities is being developed by USDG.

The company plans to construct five such facilities within the next 18 months in order to extend its leadership in crude oil rail network solutions.

The expanding USDG network will offer capacity for significantly higher rail volumes of oil and condensate from the Bakken, Eagle Ford, Niobrara and other major production areas into refining and oil distribution centers on the East, Gulf and West coasts of North America.

USDG vice president Mike Day said the company continues to lead the industry in designing, developing and operating crude oil unit train hubs that give our customers maximum flexibility in moving oil and condensates to strategic market.