What Our Clients Say

We're proud that we've earned the trust and respect of our customers. We think of ourselves as business partners instead of vendors, and that's why we're different. "Customer First" drives everything we do, and we adopt your business objectives as our own. This is how we measure our success.

"In just a few short weeks, Freedom had a dramatic impact on the efficiency of our transloading operations in the Bakken Shale. The team at Freedom has a unique ability to understand our needs and turn that understanding into action. We're looking forward to working with Freedom for a long time to come."

Gabe Claypool, Chairman & CEO

Dakota Plains is a publicly traded company principally focused on developing and owning transloading facilities, marketing and transporting crude oil and related products within the Williston Basin oil fields. Dakota Plains' New Town, N.D., transload facility is centrally located in Mountrail County, which continues to experience the most drilling activity in the Williston Basin. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Dakota Plains currently participates in three joint ventures that market, transload and transport crude oil.

"Rangeland was pleased to have had such an experienced and capable rail operator at COLT, the crude oil loading terminal we developed in North Dakota's Bakken Shale. Freedom’s experienced team ensured that we safely and effectively served our customers' needs. They were a great partner because they put our customers first."

Christopher W. Keene, President & CEO

Rangeland was formed in 2009 to focus on developing, acquiring, owning and operating infrastructure for crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids. The Rangeland team represents decades of combined midstream experience and is backed by equity commitments from EnCap Flatrock Midstream. Initially, the company's primary focus was in North Dakota's Bakken Shale. In November 2012, Rangeland executed a definitive agreement to sell the COLT terminal to Inergy Midstream, L.P.