Harvey Terminal Operations
The Harvey Terminal site consists of approximately 535,000 barrels of storage capacity ranging in size from 950 to 50,000 barrels. The terminal is outfitted to serve a wide variety of petroleum and chemical products, and it is located on 56 acres on the west bank of the Mississippi River at mile marker 98.1 in the Port of New Orleans. Harvey is a full-service storage site, providing rail, truck, barge, and deep-water service. When fully developed, it will have the potential to provide more than 2 million barrels of storage capacity.
At the Harvey Terminal, we offer product transfers via ship, barge, railcar, and/or tank trucks. The product is transferred to the leased storage tanks via the terminal’s segregated pipeline systems that run from the storage tanks to the dock, rail racks, and truck racks. The customer’s product is shipped from storage at our terminal by ship, barge, railcar, and/or tank trucks.
- Barge Dock with 26 feet of draft1 for barges up to 300’ LOA
- Deepwater ship-dock construction complete with capacity to handle vessels with up to a 750-foot LOA with more than 50 feet of draft1
- Steam-generation system for product-heating capabilities
- Nitrogen supply system for product-blanketing capabilities
- 3,000 feet of rail track that can accommodate up to fifty railcars
- Semi-automated two-bay truck-loading rack
- 20 acres of open property available for new tank expansion for more than 2 million barrels of total capacity at the site
- Existing and future products: specialty chemicals, caustic soda, distillates, fuel oils, biofuels, vegetable oils, asphalt, etc.
1805 Fourth St.
Harvey, LA 70058
Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer
1Draft based on latest soundings and is subject to change without notice.