Served by three class 1 railroads (BNSF,UP and KCS) with  access to the Sabine-Neches Waterway and the Intracoastal Canal and connection to five major highways, the Port of Beaumont is a multimodal facility that gets you where you need to be. 

The Port of Beaumont offers diverse cargo capabilities, modern warehouses and open storage space, competitive pricing and over 20 miles of rail tracks inside port facilities offering 24/7 switching service. We believe in the power of relationships and back those relationships up with unparalleled customer service and modern facilities. 

Harbor Island Marine Terminal

Designed for conventional breakbulk ships, heavy-lift ships, side-loading ro-ro ships and container ships. 

 

TERMINAL NAME: Harbor Island Marine Terminal

DRAFT: 40 feet (12.9 meters)

BERTHING SPACE: 1,880 linear feet (573 meters)

DECK CAPACITY: 1,200 PSF (5,858.913 kg/m2)        

CLOSED STORAGE: Shed A – 112,000 sq. ft. (10,405 sq. meters)
Shed B – 27,000 sq. ft. (2,508 sq. meters)
Shed C – 106,000 sq. ft. (9,848 sq. meters)
TOTAL – 245,000 sq. ft. (22,761 sq. meters)

OPEN STORAGE:  64.50 acres (26.1 hectares)

PRIMARY CARGO: Breakbulk, project, heavy lift, rolling stock, agricultural goods, iron & steel, wind energy, paper/pulp products & military equipment.

RAIL:  Served by three class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
Twin marginal rail tracks berth-side
18 miles total rail track within port facility
24/7 switching contractor

Weather-protected rail loading/unloading capabilities
 
OTHER: Barge dock – 510 feet (155.4 meters) depth 15 feet (4.6 meters) Apron width- 97 feet (29.5 meters)

RO/RO Ramp Dimensions 168 Ft x 90 ft (51 x 27 meters)

 

 

 
                                               

Orange County Terminal

 Multi-modal facility connecting rail, marine, truck, and pipeline. Loading and unloading capability including: ethanol, fuels, and crude oil from the heaviest Canadian bitumen to the lightest condensate.

 

 

 

TERMINAL NAME: Orange County Liquid Bulk Terminal

OPERATOR: Jefferson Energy Companies, majority owned by Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors Ltd. (NYSE: FTAI)

DRAFT: Marine dock 40 feet (12.9 meters), barge dock 15 feet (4.6 meters)

BERTHING SPACE: (1) Aframax capable marine dock -650 linear feet (198 meters),  (1) barge dock – 650 linear feet (198 meters) Additional barge dock under construction

DECK CAPACITY: 1,200 PSF (5,858.913 kg/m2)   

STORAGE: 3 million+ barrels of storage: heated & insulated tanks, crude oil and blending tanks, ethanol tanks and  refined product tanks

PRIMARY CARGO: Oil (heavy fuels and refinery intermediates) 
Refined products (diesel and gasoline)
Ethanol (denatured and undenatured) 

RAIL:  Served by (3) class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
(3) 120 rail car unit train heat assist heavy crude unloading systems 
(1) 120 rail car free flow rail car unloading system
(1) 120 rail car ethanol unloading system

OTHER:  Truck loading and unloading with dedicated overpass directly from Interstate 10 into the terminal 
                                               

Main Street Terminal 1

Under Construction 

 

TERMINAL NAME: Main Street Terminal 1 (under construction)

DRAFT: 40 feet (12.9 meters)

BERTHING SPACE: 1,000 linear feet

APRON: 75 ft X 1300 ft

DECK CAPACITY: 1,200 PSF (5,858.913 kg/m2)    

PRIMARY CARGO: Breakbulk, project, heavy lift, rolling stock

RAIL: Served by three class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
Berth-side rail
18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port facility
24/7 switching contractor
 

Main Street Terminal 2

 

TERMINAL NAME: Main Street Terminal 2 (Berths within the Main Street Terminal Complex) 

DRAFT: 36 Feet (10.9 meters)

BERTHING SPACE: (2) Berths/ 1,438 linear feet total

DECK CAPACITY: 300 PSF  (1464.728 kg/m2)

CLOSED STORAGE: Transit shed- 208, 560 sq. ft. 19,375.8 meters

OPEN STORAGE: 10+ acres  (4.05 hectares)

RAIL: Rail ramps

OTHER:                       

Apron width- 34 feet (10.36 meters)

Dry Bulk Terminal

 Operated by Kinder Morgan

 

 

 

 

TERMINAL NAME:  Dry Bulk Terminal

OPERATOR: Kinder Morgan

DRAFT: 40 feet (12.9 meters) 

OPEN STORAGE: 21 acres  Lots 8, 9 & 13 (8.49 hectares)

PRIMARY CARGO: Rock, aggregate and other bulk commodities

RAIL: Served by three class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port facility
24/7 switching contractor

OTHER: Truck scale on site, ship loading rate of 10,000 metric tons per day, and on site conveyor system

Bulk Grain Terminal

Operated by Louis Dreyfus Commodities 

 

TERMINAL NAME: Bulk Grain Terminal

OPERATOR: Louis Dreyfus Commodities

BERTHING SPACE: (1) berth with (3) loading spouts/ 543 linear feet

APRON: 33 feet (10 meters)

DRAFT: 40 feet (12.9 meters) 

ASSETS: 3.5 million bushel grain elevator   

PRIMARY CARGO:  Grain, wheat, corn and other commodities

RAIL:  Served by three class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port facility
24/7 switching contractor

OTHER: Loading capacity of 80,000 bushels per hour

 

Carroll Street Wharf

General Cargo Wharf

 

 

TERMINAL NAME:  Carroll Street Terminal

DRAFT: 40 feet (12.9 meters) 

BERTHING SPACE: 1,435 linear feet (437 meters)

DECK CAPACITY: 500 PSF  (2441.214 kg/m2)     

COVERED STORAGE: Two transit sheds totaling 108,900 sq. ft. Shed A – 27,000 sq feet (8,229.6 meters), Shed B – 81,900 sq. ft. (24,963.1 meters), easy access rail for five cars on the inside track and eight cars on the outside track 

 RAIL: Served by three class 1 rail carriers (BNSF, KCS, UP)
18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port facility,
24/7 switching contractor

 

Additional Features

 

Home to the 842nd Transportation Battalion

Turning basin 1,100 feet in diameter 

$695 million capital improvement program underway for Fiscal Year 2019/2019 which includes 20 projects.