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    0.000
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    15,080.610
    25.960
    0.2%
  • OTRI.USA
    25.600
    -0.030
    -0.1%
  • OTVI.USA
    15,064.620
    25.550
    0.2%
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Norfolk Southern, Motiva open N.J. rail terminal

Norfolk Southern, Motiva open N.J. rail terminal

   Norfolk Southern Corp. and Houston-based Motiva Enterprises LLC have opened a rail-served ethanol terminal located at Motiva’s petroleum distribution terminal in Sewaren, N.J.

   According to Norfolk Southern, it is the largest rail-served ethanol terminal in the New York Harbor area.

   The new joint facility replaces Motiva’s 23-car-per-day terminal and is capable of unloading 40 railcars per day, doubling the terminal’s capacity from 1 million gallons per day to more than 2 million.

   Ethanol is increasingly being used as an octane enhancer for gasoline and as a clean-burning replacement for methyl tertiary butyl ether, recently banned in New York and Connecticut.