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Ceres gets OK for terminal rail link for oil, grain shipping

  • Grain elevator and short-line railway operator Ceres Global (CERGF) says it received approval from U.S. and Canadian federal border agencies to link its Saskatchewan terminal to a rail line operated by Burlington Northern (BRK.A, BRK.B).
  • The move will allow Ceres to begin construction on the terminal, which will be able to ship 25K bbl/day of light crude and up to 40M bushels/year of grain once it is fully operational.
  • Ceres plans to ramp up shipments of light crude at the terminal to as much as 70K bbl/day within three years and install a liquefied natural gas pipeline from Saskatchewan refineries.
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  • SASteveg
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    looks like you got the wrong CERE and ticker listed for this news..
    6 Mar 2014, 01:08 PM Reply Like
  • winnwinn
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    you've got the wrong Ceres. The news applies to CRP on Toronto. The name is Ceres Global Ag Corp.
    6 Mar 2014, 01:08 PM Reply Like
  • abujordan
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    http://bit.ly/1ig4LRS

     

    Ticker should be $CERGF i believe.
    6 Mar 2014, 01:38 PM Reply Like
  • winnwinn
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    Wrong symbol .Its CRP.to Another co. that's called Ceres Global Ag Corp
    6 Mar 2014, 01:47 PM Reply Like
  • GMOX
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    What an rookie mistake I just bought 15000 worth and you got the wrong ticker? Seeking alpha thanks a lot. Email me if you care!
    6 Mar 2014, 01:55 PM Reply Like
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