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[post_date] => 2018-08-28 12:33:59
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[post_content] => Contanda has announced plans to build a new bulk liquids terminal in Houston, to support its strategic expansion into petrochemical and hydrocarbon storage. The Contanda Houston Jacintoport Terminal will provide up to 3.0m bbl (475,000 m3) of storage at Contanda’s existing Jacintoport facility, located adjacent to its steel terminal.
“This project meets the growing needs of our customers who have requested additional storage and logistics services to support their growth initiatives,” says Jerry Cardillo, president/CEO. “The new Contanda Houston Jacintoport Terminal will strengthen our position as a leading storage provider in our growing renewable, petrochemicals and hydrocarbons markets and allow us to continue our growth platform in and around the Houston Ship Channel.”
Alongside the automated terminal, Contanda will build a deepwater dock, two barge docks and truck and rail infrastructure. Construction is due to start in October with commissioning scheduled for fourth quarter 2019.
Contanda is also working on a second new liquids terminal in the area, the Contanda Houston Greens Bayou Terminal, to serve the local refining and petrochemical sectors. A site has been secured on the Houston Ship Channel and Contanda is aiming for the terminal to be operational in 2021.
[post_title] => Contanda: Big plans for Houston
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Contanda: Big plans for Houston
// By Peter Mackay on 28 Aug 2018
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