CIG Logistics has opened a rail terminal in Jal, NM, to serve producers operating in the Delaware Basin, a sub-basin of the Permian Basin. The terminal is the company's sixth and includes more than 550 rail car spots and 12,000 tons of silo storage capacity. "Our new Jal rail terminal will help oil companies in the Delaware Basin significantly reduce their frack sand transportation and storage costs, while improving safety, reliability and inventory management," said CIG's Michael Collins, vice president of business development. The terminal is designed to handle both manifest and unit trains. An expansion to add 160 rail car spots and 6,000 tons of silo storage is planned for early 2016. CIG operates five other terminals throughout Texas in Lubbock, Slaton, San Antonio, Big Lake and Hugh Springs.