Oiltanking Texas City, LP

2800 Loop 197 South
P.O. Box 29
Texas City TX 77592-0029

Phone:  +1-409-797-1710
Fax:  +1-409-797-1701

Marketing Contact
e-mail: moc.gniknatlio@ytic_saxet

Texas City is neighboring Houston, the largest chemical production location world-wide, and is seen as an important "port of call" within the Gulf of Mexico by parcel tanker operators. The terminal is located in the middle of an industrial complex including three world-scale refineries and three major chemical plants. The storage capacity of 555,000 cbm can be separated into petroleum products, gases and chemicals. The facility has very good connections to the highway and railway network, provides good pipeline access and has an excellent marine configuration.

 

Products handled

  • Chemicals
  • Aromatics
  • Petroleum products
  • Gasoline components
  • Biofuels
  • Ethanol
  • Gases

 

Storage Capacity

555,000 cbm / 3,492,500 bbl

Tank capacities liquids
            < 5,000 bbl 10x
     5,000-15,000 bbl 46x
   15,000-25,000 bbl 20x
   25,000-50,000 bbl   7x
   50,000-75,000 bbl   6x
  75,000-100,000 bbl   9x
100,000-150,000 bbl   7x
150,000-200,000 bbl   2x
         > 200,000 bbl   1x


Tank capacities gases

         185,000 US gal   8x

 

Jetty Capacity

Jetty Capacities

Ship dock  Draft DWT Min/Max LOA
# 66 10.97 m (36 ft)   38,000   91/213 m (300/700 ft)
# 67 11.58 m (38 ft)   52,000   91/213 m (300/700 ft)

Barge dock

Barge dock  Draft LOA
# 62, 67-A/B 4.9 m (16 ft) 79 m (260 ft)
# 65-East/West/A/B/C/D 3.7 m (12 ft) 79 m (260 ft)

 

Transportation

  • Vessel
  • Barge
  • Rail car
  • Tank truck

 

Specifications

  • A wide range of tank sizes.
  • Most tanks have dedicated product lines with connection to the jetties and the truck / railcar racks
  • 9 berths for barges and tankers up to 38 feet (11.58 meters) draft
  • 5 truck racks and 23 tank car-loading spots
  • Distilled Spirits Permit incl. processing, denaturing and warehousing
  • Discharge and loading of vessels, barges, rail cars and trucks
  • Blending, mixing, denaturing and homogenizing services
  • Sophisticated inventory and administrative systems
  • Unit Train unloading