Douglas, Wyoming Terminal

Douglas, Wyoming Terminal

  • Facility has over 23,000 feet of track with two 8,700 foot loops
  • Unit-train capable; landed the first 100-car sand unit train into the Power River Basin
  • Location is between 5 to 60 miles of wellheads of Converse County Production
  • Additional track and equipment can be designed and installed to suit customer needs
  • BNSF Rail Service


For directions to this facility, please click the location on the map.


Park Rules

Failure to abide by these requirements can result in the following: Load Refusal & Immediate Removal from Twin Eagle Sites. Both the Carrier and Contractor can be notified for Further Discussion, Corrective Actions, and/or Permanent Removal If Necessary.


PPE Requirements

  1. All drivers entering the terminal are required to wear proper PPE. Drivers must abide by all Twin Eagle, Contractor, State and Federal Regulations, and Carrier Rules and Guidelines.
  2. Drivers must wear a hard hat with an ANSI Z89 – Ball caps are Unacceptable.
  3. Drivers must wear appropriate footwear- Flip Flops, house shoes, crocs are Unacceptable.
  4. Eye Protection must be worn with an ANSI rating of Z87 or better – Regular sunglasses are Unacceptable.
  5. Hearing Protection must be worn with a 32 NRR or Better.
  6. Drivers must wear appropriate work clothing- Shorts are Unacceptable.
  7. Drivers must wear high visibility safety vests with reflective striping.
  8. Any driver or passenger exiting a vehicle without proper PPE, will be counseled and name taken and asked to leave the facility.

Obey the Posted Speed Limit and all Applicable Traffic Rules

  1. The Max Speed Limit at all Twin Eagle Sites is 10 MPH or less. You are required to Follow all speed limit signs. If conditions exist that make any posted speed limit unsafe, then you are expected to drive under the posted speed limit.
  2. Drivers must abide by all normal traffic laws while at facility.
  3. Drivers must be aware of all machinery within the loading tracks. Multiple belts are being used at this facility. Please be aware of them at all times.
  4. Max Speed Limit on Irvine Rd. for trucks is 30 MPH.
  5. No Jake Brakes are allowed on site or on Irvine Rd. (Douglas Facility Specific)
  6. The Lower Parking Lot is not to be used for any reason. This includes opening and closing hatches, paperwork, and breaks etc. (Douglas Facility Specific)


Fall Protection Use and Procedures

  1. Drivers must use Fall Protection for the opening and closing of their hatches. Driver is responsible to make sure that the fall protection is raised and secured after every time used. Drivers are responsible for damage to equipment for improper use.
  2. Drivers must open the hatches to the boxes they wish to load into at the in-bound scales ONLY. The Fall Protection Platform at the in-bound scales is designed for drivers to use the provided extension hooks to open their hatches.
  3. TWIN EAGLE is equipped with two safety rack fall protection platforms to facilitate inbound and outbound truck traffic for frac sand loading.
  4. The inbound Fall Protection Platform is located at the south side of the silos in between the two inbound scales.
  5. The outbound safety rack is located at the south side of the silos also but with Safe Rack Fall Protect west of the in-bound scales.
  6. When approaching the Fall Protection Platforms (both inbound and outbound), drivers need to use in-bound for incoming traffic only and out-bound for out-bound traffic only.
  7. Drivers are responsible for damage to equipment for improper use.

Loading Requirements

  1. Trailers are to be empty, clean, and inspected to assure the load will not be contaminated.
  2. While waiting to load at terminal, drivers are NOT allowed to: 
    1. Perform repairs to their trucks.
    2. Dump Sand
    3. Service trailers or hoses
    4. Litter or dump any trash.
  3. Drivers must stay in their truck while being loaded.  Drivers will also be in neutral position and air brakes MUST be applied while being loaded.
  4. All belts and silo drop’s here at TWIN EAGLE are equipped with their own scale equipment. This helps the loader hit the accurate mark for desired weight. This will be the sole component used for determining loaded weights at the time of loading.
  5. TWIN EAGLE has strict instructions on weight requirements for each customer. TWIN EAGLE will not engage in weight debates with any driver. The weight TWIN EAGLE is instructed to load is the direction we abide by and will only work with drivers regarding weight distribution within the trailer and overweight standards.
  6. Once loaded and paperwork is retrieved, drivers must immediately leave terminal facility.


  1. Drivers are not permitted, under any circumstance, to be on their cell phones while operating their truck, including but not limited to:  Approaching or leaving the loader / silo drop, approaching or leaving the out-bound Fall Protection Platforms, or driving through the terminal.  If you must use your phone to contact the control room due to not having a CB radio, please do so after you have come to a stop.
  2. We operate our Scale Office with CB radios (CH 5 Douglas Facility Specific). All Drivers need to have a GOOD WORKING RADIO to load efficiently.
  3. Please keep personal conversations off the Scale House Channel.


All Trash will be disposed of properly by the driver, if you are caught throwing any trash on the ground you will be asked to pick up your trash and exit the facility.

Failure to adhere to these rules will result in removal from terminal, no exceptions!