- Direct service by Three Class 1 Railroads (BNSF,UP & KCS)
- Access from the Sabine-Neches Waterway and the Intracoastal Canal
- Port of Beaumont Connects to Five Major Highways
- Multiple Ship Lines from all over the world call at Port of Beaumont
- Numerous Trucking Companies Service Port of Beaumont
- Over 20 miles of rail tracks inside the port offering 7 day/24 Hour Switching by Port of Beaumont Engines
- Diverse Cargo Capability
- Modern Warehouses & Open Storage Space
- Competitive Pricing
- Individualized Quotes
- Personalized Customer Service
Harbor Island Marine Terminal
Harbor Island Marine Terminal
- 40 Foot Depth Draft (12.9 meters)
- Length – 1,880 ft. (573 meters)
- Apron Width – 97 ft. (29.5 meters)
- Deck Capacity – 1,200 lbs. PSF (544.31 kilograms)
- Transit Shed Capacity –
- 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 Area– 30 plus acres (12.14 hectares)
- Marginal rail tracks berth-side.
- Inside (weather protected) rail loading / unloading within Transit Sheds.
- Direct rail service by 3 Class I railroads (BNSF, KCS, UPRR)
- 18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port area.
- 7 day / 24 hour rail switching with POB Switch engines
- RO/RO Ramp Dimensions 168 Ft x 90 ft (51 x 27 meters capacity 1200 lbs PSF (544.31 kilograms)
Orange County Terminal is a state-of-the art petroleum/crude oil facility.
- Home to 240 acre state-of-the-art liquid petroleum terminal
- Public-private partnership Port of Beaumont and Jefferson Energy Companies, majority owned by Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors Ltd. (NYSE: FTAI).
- Jefferson Energy and Green Plains Inc., formed a joint venture: JGP Energy Partners, focused on creating a world class intermodal export and import distribution hub for ethanol and other liquids. Green Plains Inc. is the second largest U.S. producer of ethanol in the US.
- Three business lines: 1. Oil, (including heavy fuel oil and refinery intermediates), 2. Refined Products (diesel and gasoline) exports to Mexico, 3. Ethanol (denatured and undenatured)
- Located directly across the Neches river from Exxon’s Beaumont Refinery within 10 miles of 1.5 million barrels per day of refinery operating capacity.
- Three U.S. Class 1 railroads (BNSF, UP, KCS) and two Canadian Class 1 railroads (CP, CN through power sharing agreements).
- 2 million barrels of storage tank capacity
- Heated systems to unload heavy Canadian crude delivered by rail and blended with low-cost local barrels delivered by truck.
- Two marine docks with 4,000 feet of harbor frontage on the east bank of Neches River with 40 foot depth. (Aframax ship dock and barge dock both capable of loading and unloading)
- Truck loading and unloading with dedicated service overpass directly from Interstate 10 into the terminal.
Main Street Terminal 1 Under Construction
Layberth Docks Currently In Use By MARAD
- 1,200 PSF dock load capacity
- 1,400 Linear feet
- 1,500 Foot steel bulkhead
- 16,000 linear feet of new track
Main Street Terminal 2
- Home to Wharves 5 & 6 & Layberth Terminal #7
- Apron Width -34 feet (10.36 meters)
- Length 1,438 feet (438 meters)
- Deck Capacity 300 lbs PSF (136.07 kilograms)
- Water Draft 36 feet (10.97 meters)
- Transit Shed Capacity 208,560 square feet (19,376 square meters)
- Rail Ramps
- 10 Acres Open Lots
- Maintenance Area for Port Partners including Rail Managers & Stevedores
Bulk Terminal located at Harbor Island is operated by Kinder Morgan.
- Operated by Kinder Morgan
- Handles Rock, Aggregate and Other Bulk Commodities
- Easy Access Rail
- Truck Scale
- 1,435 Feet of Harbor Front
- Two Warehouses offering 108,900 Square Feet of Storage
Turning Basin 1,100 Feet in Diameter
$28 Million in Recent Rail Improvements
Additional Improvements Under Construction
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