Freeport Terminal

FREEPORT LPG EXPORT TERMINAL

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Located on the Old Brazos River three miles from the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the Freeport Terminal is one of the most accessible ports on the Gulf Coast. The terminal's prime location within the middle of the US petrochemical industry and close proximity to open water makes it an ideal export terminal. Freeport LPG Export Terminal is currently capable of exporting 200,000 barrels per day of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to overseas markets.

WHY FREEPORT?

Freeport is only three miles from open water. It's a much more accessible option for exports than the Houston Ship Channel, which is over 50 miles from open water and one of the world's busiest ports.

Freeport Characteristics:

  • 400-foot-wide, 45-foot-deep channel
  • Average 3-hour transit time to and from open water
  • Annual average closures related to weather significantly less than other gulf coast ports
  • Existing infrastructure for clean products, intermediates and chemicals

KEY FEATURES


  • Two VLGC suitable vessel docks with up to 42 depth of water available
  • Two 12 inch loading arms per dock capable of loading up to 25,000 barrels per hour
  • One 550,000 barrel fully refrigerated propane tank
  • Three 125,000 barrel C5+ storage tanks
  • Pipeline access to major LPG salt dome storage capacity in Clemens and Mt. Belvieu
  • Current LPG export capacity of 200,000 BPD
  • Capable of exporting propane, butane and C5+ natural gasoline