Bluewater Texas Terminals LLC has been given a thumb’s up to proceed with building a deepwater port offshore Corpus Christi in South Texas to expand Lower 48 oil exports overseas. The Port of Corpus Christi Authority Commission said Wednesday a lease agreement and related pipeline easement was approved for the 50-50 joint venture between Houston-based…
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A Sentinel Midstream LLC subsidiary said Monday it has received a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the deepwater crude oil export facility planned off the coast of Freeport, TX. The U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued the DEIS for the Texas GulfLink project, a “critical step in the regulatory process…
Sourced with Permian Basin crude oil, Buckeye Partners LP on Thursday loaded the first vessel for export at its new South Texas Gateway (STG) terminal in Ingleside, TX. The start of operations at the terminal, located at the mouth of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel, follows first deliveries of crude in June from one of…
Crude exports from the Port of Corpus Christi in South Texas are continuing to boom even amidst the coronavirus pandemic, and projects and enhancements appear poised to solidify its dominance along the Gulf Coast.
The Port of Corpus Christi in South Texas, a go-to destination for increasing natural gas and oil volumes surging from the Permian Basin, set a new tonnage record for the first nine months of the year at 79.3 million tons, officials said Tuesday.
Authorities in the state of Washington recently released a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for a new $1.8 billion methanol production facility by Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW) at Port of Kalama along the Columbia River. Public comments will be taken on the DEIS through April 18.
Multi-billion-dollar plans for a trio of methanol production plants in the Pacific Northwest have run into serious local opposition in Tacoma, WA, causing the China-based consortium proposing the network of export plants to suspend its efforts there.
A Native American Indian tribe is challenging in court support by Tacoma, WA, and its port authority for Puget Sound Energy (PSE) to develop a $275 million liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility to store customer supply and marine fuel.
New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Thursday vetoed the Port Ambrose Liquefied Natural Gas Deepwater Port, citing security and economic concerns along with the project’s potential to harm offshore wind development.