About BOE Midstream, LLC

BOE Midstream is member of The Globe Resources Group of Companies, which has developed several international oil & gas projects over the past two decades, including the first energy service joint venture in Russia in perestroika age and other oil service projects for LUKOIL during the 1990’s, and the co-founding and development of GEOPARK (GPRK), a NYSE listed E&P company with operations in Argentina, Chile, Columbia, and Brazil.

BOE Midstream has several existing and developing assets in North Dakota:

BOE Rail: located in Dickinson, south of the Missouri River with direct access to the BNSF rail line. With 5 loops (over 40,000’ of rail line) and over 600,000 barrels of tank storage, BOE Main is uniquely designed to provide operators significant train movement, excess rail car storage and loading capabilities. BOE is the only terminal that can simultaneously load 2 unit trains while also staging additional trains for pre-load arrival and post-load departure, providing for greater ratability and capacity than competing terminals.

BOE Pipeline: a new 16 inch pipeline (up to 160kbpd) from Dickinson to Killdeer beginning operations July 1, 2014. The pipeline will greatly expand the footprint of available oil for shipment. An additional tank will also come online at Kildeer, increasing storage capacity of BOE to >700,000 barrels.

BOE South: 33-acre parcel to the south of BOE Main on the other side of the BNSF Mainline which will provide manifest crude loading and also service the MDU/Calumet Dakota Prairie Refinery.

BOE West: An additional 350 acre parcel immediately adjacent to BOE (making BOE’s total contiguous railfront land over 650 acres) on the BNSF mainline available for crude expansion and inbound commodities such as frac sand, cement, chemicals, agricultural products, etc.