Resource members include corporations or other business entities associated with servicing the South Texas energy industry, but not actively engaged in producing energy resources, such as transportation companies, pipeline companies and all other Eagle Ford Shale suppliers.
• Networking opportunities with operators and service companies
• Invitation to STEER annual events with preferred seating when applicable
• Access to monthly reports
• Engagement opportunities with all STEER committees
• Company profile on STEER.com
• Logo displayed on website and all marketing materials
AEP TEXAS, A UNIT OF AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
Extensive shale oil/gas reserves are located in and around geographic areas that align with the AEP Texas service territory. We see development of these reserves as an economic benefit to our state and the communities where they are situated. AEP Texas can provide information regarding the location and capacity of our nearest facilities to producers, processors and pipelines. We are investing in our electrical delivery infrastructure to ensure that all prospective customers have access to electrical service in a timely manner. Long range planning with customers requiring large loads will allow us to meet that goal. Companies having growth plans involving large commercial or industrial electrical loads should contact the AEP Texas service team in order to begin the planning process.
What AEP Texas Offers Major Industry:
With over 100 years of experience in the delivery of electricity, AEP Texas can provide:
- Timely information regarding the location and capacity of the nearest AEP Texas facilities
- Knowledgeable Community Affairs staff committed to providing exceptional service
- Established long-term relationships with state and local governments
- An experienced internal and qualified contractor workforce
For more information, visit www.aeptexas.com/shaleoilgas.
Aggreko is a Power Management company, delivering fully-engineered, turnkey power management solutions to Exploration and Production customers operating in shale plays across North America. Our services enable customers to achieve maximum operational uptime in even the remotest locations.
Aggreko’s approach is what sets us apart. We design temporary power systems by looking at the entire life cycle of a field, and delivering reliable, cost-effective energy systems that are comparable to a utility. Every utility package we set up and manage is based on unique site and operational needs, regardless of scale or size. Whether our customers have partial grid power or none at all, are looking to leverage site gas as fuel, or need a more efficient system that changes with the your operations, Aggreko can provide a complete solution.
From powering one-rig or hundreds, our solutions expand and contract alongside our customer’s field without capital expenditure. With experienced engineers, product experts and skilled technicians on staff, we are ready to support well development activities anytime, anywhere.
For more information, visit www.aggreko.com/northamerica.
HOLT CAT sells, rents and services Caterpillar machines, engines, generator sets and trucks in a 118-county Texas territory spanning from the Red River to the Rio Grande. HOLT offers total machine and engine rebuild capabilities, sells used equipment around the world and fabricates its own line of land clearing equipment and HOLT Spray King® water tankers. HOLT is the dealer for Link-Belt Cranes in the Eastern half of Texas as well as the El Paso area. They are the dealer for AGCO/Challenger and Lexion farm equipment for the Eastern half of Texas and portions of Arkansas and Missouri.
The Holt name has been associated with heavy equipment and Caterpillar for over 100 years. Peter M. Holt, Chief Executive Officer of HOLT CAT, is the great-grandson of Benjamin Holt, who in 1904 developed the first successful track-type tractor which he named the “Caterpillar.”
For more information, visit http://www.holtcat.com.
PORT CORPUS CHRISTI
Welcome to the Port of the Lone Star State. Port Corpus Christi has been generating business and jobs in South Texas for 87 years. Strategically located on the western Gulf of Mexico, Port Corpus Christi is the fifth largest port in the United States in total tonnage. The Port provides a straight, 45’ deep channel and quick access to the Gulf of Mexico and the entire United States inland waterway system. The Port delivers outstanding access to overland transportation, with on-site and direct connections to three Class-I railroads, BNSF, KCS and UP, and direct, vessel-to-rail discharge capabilities through Corpus Christi Rail Terminal. The Joe Fulton International Trade Corridor, now fully operational, provides direct, non-congested access to Interstate 37 and Highway 181. Port Corpus Christi is ideally positioned for Global Trade in the South Texas Region.
Port Corpus Christi has some notable projects on the horizon. The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers has authorized the Port to deepen the Corpus Christi Ship Channel to 52 feet. However, before diving into a project of that scope, Port Corpus Christi is aiming to strengthen infrastructure. We received federal funding to expand the La Quinta Channel by 1.4 miles to an authorized depth of 45’. The Port is moving forward with the development of the La Quinta Trade Gateway, a 1,100-acre marine terminal designed to accommodate a multi-modal cargo facility. Recognizing the growth of breakbulk and project cargoes, the Port identified the necessity to improve rail capabilities and has embarked on a $45 million rail improvement project. The engineering design for the construction of a new rail yard adjacent to the Viola Turning Basin to better serve its customers is in progress. All these efforts open the gate for an increase in trade for the South Texas Region.
As leaders in environmental awareness, Port Corpus Christi adopted an environmental management system (EMS) in 2004. The Port’s EMS is ISO 14001 certified and initiatives include an anti-idling campaign, a port-wide recycling program, and an annual Gulf Ports Environmental Summit to share ideas on common environmental issues faced by all Gulf Ports.
The Port offers more than 125 acres of open storage and fabrication sites, heavy lift capabilities, more than 295,000 sq. ft. of covered dockside storage as well as a cold storage facility. Port Corpus Christi operates Foreign Trade Zone #122, encompassing 25,000 acres with four active, general-purpose zones and 14 subzones.
With Outstanding infrastructure. Strategic location. Extraordinary management and staff, I welcome you to our Port. The Port of the Lone Star StateTM your Global Connection through and from Texas.
For more information, visit http://www.portofcc.com.
PORT OF VICTORIA
The Port turning basin area is situated on over 2,000 acres and is served by rail and four-lane divided highways. POV Dock No. 1 is a 350-foot transit dock. A new lighting system allows for 24-hour cargo operations. There are 20 mooring sites, 17,000 square feet of shed space and over 3 acres of improved ground storage areas available. A 7,300 square foot office and storage building is ready for occupancy. POV Dock No. 2 is an 800-foot string pier available for docking sites and barge repair. Major products transferred are liquid and dry bulk and general and project cargos.
The Port has recently formed an Industrial Park with multi-modal access. The Park is located within a Foreign Trade Zone and a Texas Enterprise Zone. The Port has the ability to “build to suit” and tailor a package specific to customer facility and transportation needs.
A major cost savings was realized by including the basin expansion with the completion of the widening and deepening of the Canal. In addition to almost doubling the size of the harbor, a 400 foot x 150-foot barge slip was added. These enhancements will offer our customers greater safety and efficiency.
The Port of Victoria is a center for the chemical, construction and steel fabrication and agribusiness industries offering access to all transportation modes.
For more information, visit www.portofvictoria.com/Default.aspx.
Union Pacific Railroad is the principal operating company of Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE: UNP). One of America’s most recognized companies, Union Pacific Railroad connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain. From 2005-2014, Union Pacific invested more than $31 billion in its network and operations to support America’s transportation infrastructure. The railroad’s diversified business mix includes Agricultural Products, Automotive, Chemicals, Coal, Industrial Products and Intermodal. Union Pacific serves many of the fastest-growing U.S. population centers, operates from all major West Coast and Gulf Coast ports to eastern gateways, connects with Canada’s rail systems and is the only railroad serving all six major Mexico gateways. Union Pacific provides value to its roughly 10,000 customers by delivering products in a safe, reliable, fuel-efficient and environmentally responsible manner.
For more information, visit www.up.com.