Corpus Christi 

Pin Oak Corpus Christi (POTAC) is an operating, multi-modal bulk liquids terminal that is currently undergoing expansion to handle additional liquid products and crude oil exports which will have ~3.75 million barrels of operating storage capacity once construction is complete by the end of 2019.

Operational Highlights: 

  • Fully connected terminal with storage optionality given its ability to handle and blend light and heavy products
    • ~800,000 barrels of heated and non-heated storage in operations
      • Asphalt and VTB capable heated tanks
      • Bunker blending size tanks for growing Corpus Christi market
    • Constructing ~3 million barrels of crude storage with operations expected to start in Q4 2019
  • Multiple Crude Pipeline Interconnections that allow for multiple moves of crude simultaneously
    • Connection to Gray Oak Pipeline currently under construction and expected to be completed by the end of 2019
    • EPIC Pipeline Interconnection capable of receiving crude oil for the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale by Q4 2019
    • Red Oak Pipeline Interconnection capable of receiving crude oil from the Permian Basin, Bakken Shale, DJ Basin, and Niobrara Basin as early as Q1 2021
  • Multiple Dock Solutions
    • Construction under way for a dedicated, newly-built, deep water, SuezMax dock with completion by Q4 2019
    • Existing access to a MR / barge dock
  • Direct Refinery Interconnections
    • Multiple existing pipelines connect POTAC to fence-line neighbors CITGO and Valero Rail Loading and Unloading Capability
  • Rail Loading and Unloading Capability
    • Operating manifest rail connectivity: 30-car position on Union Pacific spur, with 4 loading/unloading position rack
    • Access to 3 Class 1 railway unit or manifest solutions
  • Truck connectivity with 2 truck LACT units and weight-in / weight-out scales