Potential oil, products exports drive Texas Gulf Coast terminal projects

11/28/2011
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP, Oiltanking Partners LP, and GT Logistics LLC (GTL) all announced new liquids terminal projects on the Texas Gulf Coast, with GTL explicitly citing possible crude oil exports in describing its facility. GTL is installing rail lines at its Port Arthur, Tex., OmniPort. GTL expects OmniPort to open in January 2012 as a multimodal terminal for oil and other products transported via rail, ship, barge, and truck. OmniPort's rail terminal, served by Union Pacific, includes 300 acres of on-site rail car storage and will be able to receive unit-train traffic. The rail terminal also features a multibarge receiving dock on Taylor's Bayou. GTL also owns and operates a...
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