Kinder Morgan has completed construction work on the Pit 11 expansion project at its Pasadena terminal. It said the project is supported by long-term commitments and adds 2.0 million barrels of storage to the refined products storage hub that sits on the Houston Shipping Channel.

The terminal covers an area of 174 acres with tanks ranging from 5,000 to 300,000 barrels. It has one ship dock and four dedicated to barges with eight truck loading bays. It is able to handle storage of petroleum products, segregated chemicals and ethanol.

The company announced the expansion work in October 2014 with the President of Kinder Morgan Terminals, John Schlosser saying at the time: “The new tankage will provide refined product producers and traders the ability to send more barrels to the water for international exports or to the network of pipelines for domestic use.”

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30th Jan 2018

30th January 2018