Contanda Terminals has almost completed the tank rings at its new Houston Jacintoport terminal. Last year the company announced plans to construct a new, large-capacity storage terminal on its property along the Houston Ship Channel to support its strategic expansion into the petrochemical and hydrocarbon storage markets.

Phase 1 consists of 10 tanks totalling 190,000 barrels serviced by ship, barge, truck, and railcars. The new, state-of-the-art terminal will provide up to 3 million barrels of additional petrochemical and hydrocarbon storage capacity. The terminal complex will be situated at the company’s Jacintoport terminal site located at the Contanda Steel location, which was acquired in the fourth quarter 2016.

This expansion will add a third Houston-based bulk liquid storage facility to the Contanda portfolio.

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27th August 2019