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Harvey Terminal Operations
The Harvey terminal consists of fifteen tanks ranging in size from 1,500 bbls to 50,000 bbls for a combined total capacity of 250,000 barrels. It is outfitted to serve primarily specialty chemicals and located on 56 acres on the west bank of the Mississippi River in the Port of New Orleans. The Terminal is a full-service storage site, providing rail, truck, barge and by the first quarter of 2015, deep-water service. When fully developed, Harvey has the potential to provide up to two million barrels of storage capacity. At the Harvey Terminal, we offer product transfer via ship, barge, railcar and/or tank trucks. The product is transferred to the leased storage tanks via the terminal’s pipelines that run from the storage tanks to the dock, rail racks and truck racks. The customer’s product is removed from storage at our terminal by ship, barge, railcar and/or tank trucks.

Westwego Terminal Operations
The Westwego Terminal site consists of two leasable 50,000 barrel above ground storage tanks for a combined leasable capacity of 100,000 barrels. Our operations support many different commercial customers, including commodity brokers, refiners and chemical manufacturers. Our location within the Port of New Orleans, the warehousing and international distribution attributes this location provides, along with the diversity of our customer base, contributes to the potential diversity of the products customers may want stored in our terminal. The products will however generally fall into the two broad categories: chemical and agricultural.

At the Westwego Terminal, we generally receive our customer’s liquid product by river vessel at our Mississippi River dock and by rail car. The product is transferred from the river vessels and rail cars to the specified leased storage tank via the terminal’s internal pipeline apparatus. The customer’s product is removed from storage at our terminal by truck, railcar and/or by water vessel.

Brunswick Terminal Operations
The Brunswick Terminal site consists of one leasable 60,000 barrel above ground storage tank, two leasable 80,000 barrel above ground storage tanks and two leasable 500 barrel storage tanks for a combined leasable capacity of 161,000 barrels. This terminal is ideally suited to serve petroleum, chemical and agricultural customers who need deep- water access and distribution in the southeastern sector of the United States of America. Income from the Brunswick Terminal is derived from tank leasing, operational charges associated with the throughput charges for receipt and delivery of our customer’s products; and other services, like blending services, as requested by our customers.

At the Brunswick Terminal we offer product transfer via river vessel, railcar and by bulk liquid carrying truck while the customer’s liquid product is received by barge or ship at the dock. The product is transferred from barges or ships to the leased storage tank via the terminal’s internal pipeline apparatus. The customer’s product is removed from storage at our terminal by truck, railcar and/or by barge or ship.

Salisbury Terminal Operations
The Salisbury Terminal site, which is currently presented as held-for-sale, consists of fourteen leasable above ground storage tanks for a combined leasable capacity of approximately 177,000 barrels. This terminal is ideally suited to serve petroleum distributors and agricultural customers who need distribution in the Delmarva Peninsula area of Maryland. Income from the Salisbury Terminal is derived from throughput charges for receipt and delivery of our customer’s products; and other services. The terms of our storage leasing contracts will range from month- to- month, to multiple years, with renewal options. At the Salisbury Terminal we offer product transfer via river barges and by bulk liquid carrying truck while the customer’s liquid product is mostly received by barge at the dock. The product is transferred from barges to the leased storage tank via the terminal’s internal pipeline apparatus. The customer’s product is removed from storage at our terminal by truck.