Casper Star Tribune – Oct 5, 2013
Rich Fairservis drove a sport-utility vehicle along a bumpy, circular road in a sea of dirt and sagebrush.
“We’ve got about 100,000 yards of dirt to move,” he said. “We have to get this all level.”
The road traces what will become three concentric loops containing railroad track. Beginning in late spring 2014, empty trains will glide in and leave full of crude, said Fairservis, CEO of Casper-based Granite Peak Development LLC, one of the companies developing the project. Read the entire article HERE…