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Overview

Kinder Morgan is the largest independent transporter of petroleum products in North America, transporting approximately 2.4 million barrels per day. The great majority of these products are transported through our Products Pipelines business, which moves gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, natural gas liquids and condensate through about 9,500 miles of pipelines. We also have approximately 65 liquids terminals in this business segment that store fuels and offer blending services for ethanol and biofuels.

Our Products Pipelines assets are strategically located in the West, Southeast and Midwestern United States, as well as Canada, and we have a number of exciting growth opportunities in this segment.

~2.4 million
barrels of product
transported per day
65
liquids terminals
~9,500
miles of product pipelines
Pacific Operations
Through its Pacific Operations unit, Kinder Morgan operates approximately 3,000 miles of refined products pipeline that serves Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington and Texas. With roots dating back to 1956, this is the largest products pipeline in the Western U.S., transporting more than one million barrels per day of gasoline, jet fuel and diesel fuel to our customers. Additionally, our company-owned terminals provide liquid petroleum product storage and loading facilities for delivery trucks. Learn more
 
CALNEV Pipeline
Overview 
Kinder Morgan’s 566-mile CALNEV pipeline system transports gasoline, diesel and jet fuel from Los Angeles, California, refineries and marine terminals through parallel 14-inch and 8-inch diameter pipelines that originate in Colton, California, and extend to terminals in Barstow, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada. The pipeline system also serves the Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, NV, McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, NV, and Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert in southeastern California.
 
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SFPP
Overview
Kinder Morgan’s SFPP system consists of the North Line, which includes approximately 864 miles of trunk pipeline in five segments that transport products from Richmond and Concord, California, to Brisbane, Sacramento, Chico, Fresno, Stockton and San Jose, California as well as Reno, Nevada. The products delivered through the North Line come from refineries in the San Francisco Bay Area, various pipelines and marine terminals. SFPP also includes the San Diego Line, a 135-mile pipeline serving major population areas in Orange County and San Diego; the Oregon Line, which is a 114-mile pipeline transporting products to Eugene, Oregon for shippers from terminals in Portland, Oregon; the West Line which is approximately 515 miles of primary pipeline and currently transports products from the Los Angeles Basin to Colton and Imperial, California, and Phoenix, Arizona; and the East Line which is approximately 400 miles of pipeline originating in El Paso, Texas transporting products to Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona.

Kinder Morgan’s SFPP operations also include 13 truck loading terminals, which provide short-term product storage, truck loading, vapor handling, additive injection, dye injection and oxygenate blending.
 
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Portland Airport Pipeline
Overview 
Kinder Morgan's Portland Airport Pipeline consists of an approximately 8.5-mile, 8-inch pipeline, which provides for the transportation of commercial jet fuel from terminals at Willbridge, Oregon to Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon. The pipeline, which is part of the company's Cochin pipeline system, has an estimated system capacity of approximately 26,000 barrels per day.
 
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Southeast Operations
Kinder Morgan's Southeast Operations consists of the company's interest in Plantation Pipe Line Company, a 3,100-mile refined petroleum products system serving the southeastern United States; Central Florida Pipeline system, a 110-mile, 16-inch diameter pipeline that transports gasoline and batched denature ethanol, and an 85-mile, 10-inch diameter pipeline that transports diesel fuel and jet fuel from Tampa to Orlando; and Kinder Morgan Southeast Terminals (KMST), which consists of 26 refined products terminals located throughout the southeastern United States.  
 
Central Florida Pipeline
Overview
Kinder Morgan’s Central Florida Pipeline (CFPL) system consists of a 110-mile, 16-inch diameter petroleum pipeline that transports gasoline and batched denatured ethanol, and an 85-mile, 10-inch diameter petroleum pipeline that transports diesel fuel and jet fuel.  At Tampa, the CFPL system is capable of receiving those products from five terminals in the Port Tampa Bay area, and transporting them to delivery points in Orlando, Florida, including CFPL’s Orlando, Florida Terminal (also known as CFPL Taft Terminal). The 10-inch pipeline is the sole source of pipeline-supplied jet fuel to the Orlando International Airport. 
 
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Plantation Pipe Line Company
Overview
For nearly 70 years, Plantation Pipe Line Company (PPL) has safely and quietly transported fuels throughout the Southeastern United States.  As of the fall of 2000, Plantation has been operated (and partially owned) by Kinder Morgan.

PPL is one of the largest refined petroleum products pipelines in the United States. It is capable of delivering approximately 720,000 barrels per day of gasoline, jet fuel, diesel and biodiesel through its approximately 3,180-mile pipeline network, which originates in Louisiana and ends in the Washington, D.C. area. Along the way, it serves various metropolitan areas, including Birmingham, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; and the Washington D.C. area.

Plantation Pipe Line connects to 90 delivery terminals throughout eight states. Products come into the Plantation system from nine refineries in Mississippi and Louisiana, from other products pipeline systems, and via marine facilities on the Mississippi River. Products handled consist of motor gasoline, diesel (including biodiesel), kerosene, and commercial and military jet fuels.

Plantation receives products in batches for fungible movements which are shipped through lines ranging in size from 6-inches to 30-inches in diameter (segregated movements are possible; please see Plantation’s Rules and Regulations for details and minimum batch sizes). A batch leaving Baton Rouge, Louisiana, may travel as much as 1,100 miles to reach a final destination such as Washington National or Dulles airports. Total travel time for such a trip is approximately 20 days. Products can be efficiently transported from Baton Rouge to a shipper's facility in Washington, D.C., for under three cents per gallon.
 
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What is transmix?
Transmix is a mixture of refined products that forms when transported in pipelines. This mixture is typically a combination of gasoline, diesel, and/or jet fuel. Transmix processing plants use distillation to separate the products. These distillation products are further treated to form saleable gasoline and diesel.

Transmix disposal
Kinder Morgan offers a fully integrated solution to price, schedule, pickup, transport and process transmix from terminals and pipelines.

Buying Gasoline and Diesel from Kinder Morgan
Kinder Morgan markets the transmix products (gasoline and diesel) to a variety of customers. The Conventional Blendstock for Oxygenate Blending (CBOB) grade gasoline can be sold in tank or over the rack through spot, contract, or terminal posting transactions. The diesel presently sold is a low sulfur diesel fuel (containing up to 500 parts per million (ppm) sulfur). Since June 1, 2014, federal regulations limit the sale of low sulfur diesel fuel to heating oil, locomotive and marine markets. Heating oil sales may be further restricted by state-mandated sulfur limits. The sale of low sulfur diesel fuel into the locomotive and marine markets requires an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) compliance plan, which in part requires that the fuel is segregated from ultra low sulfur diesel fuel and specifies an approved chain of custody and usage of the product. Kinder Morgan has approved EPA compliance plans in place as required for each site and can submit modifications to the EPA for new low sulfur diesel customers.
 
Colton
OverviewColton
The Colton processing facility is located in Colton, Calif., and is accessible by pipeline and truck.
 
Deepwater (Richmond)
OverviewDeepwater - Richmond
The Richmond, Va., facility (also known as Deepwater) is located adjacent to the James River.

Products Handled
  • CBOB (regular)
  • CBOB (mid-grade) - not typically sold
  • CBOB (premium) - not typically sold
  • Low sulfur diesel
Services Provided
  • Ethanol blending
  • Additive Injection, Gasoline (Generic)
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Lubricity
  • Delivery Methods
  • Truck rack
  • Barge
  • Pipeline
 
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Fact Sheet
 
Dorsey
OverviewDorsey
The Dorsey Junction Transmix Facility is located in Woodbine, Md., and is a processing facility for the Colonial Pipeline Company.
 
Greensboro
OverviewGreensboro
The Greensboro, N.C., facility processes transmix for the Plantation Pipeline Company.
 
South St. Louis
OverviewSouth St Louis
The South St. Louis Facility is located in St. Louis, Mo. South St. Louis

Products Offered
  • CBOB (regular)
  • CBOB (mid-grade) - not typically sold
  • CBOB (premium) - not typically sold
  • Low sulfur diesel
Services Provided
  • Ethanol blending
  • Additive Injection, Gasoline (Generic)
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Lubricity
Delivery Methods
  • Truck rack
  • Barge (red dyed LSD)
Resources
Fact Sheet
 
Crude Operations
Crude Operations in our Products Pipelines business segment currently consist of the Camino Real Gathering System, Double Eagle Pipeline and the Kinder Morgan Crude & Condensate Pipeline (KMCC) in the Eagle Ford, providing transport to the Corpus Christi, TX and Houston, TX markets, and the Hiland Market Center Gathering System and the Double H Pipeline transporting Bakken crude production from the basin to guernsey, Wyoming and connections with access to Cushing, OK. Kinder Morgan's CO2 business segment owns and operates the Wink Pipeline System, which transports crude oil in West Texas.
 
Camino Real Gathering
Overview
Kinder Morgan’s Camino Real Gathering System is a 68-mile gathering system with a 110,000 barrels per day capacity, located in La Salle County, Texas providing crude gathering services to Eagle Ford producers. The Camino Real Gathering System is connected to multiple downstream markets which provide access to the Corpus Christi market.
 
Double Eagle Pipeline
Overview
Double Eagle pipeline, a 50/50 joint venture between Kinder Morgan and Magellan Midstream Partners, delivers Eagle Ford shale condensate to the Magellan Terminal in Corpus Christi, Texas, as well as the Kinder Morgan Crude & Condensate Pipeline in Karnes County for access to the Houston market.

The pipeline is 204 miles long and has a capacity of 100,000 barrels per day. Kinder Morgan serves as operator of the Double Eagle pipeline.
 
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Double H Pipeline
Overview
Kinder Morgan’s Double H pipeline (Double H) originates in the Bakken oil production areas near Dore, North Dakota and Sidney, Montana and terminates near Guernsey, Wyoming. The 511-mile pipeline will transport crude oil from the Dore Terminal in North Dakota and Albin Terminal in Montana to Guernsey, Wyoming, where Double H interconnects with Sinclair Pipeline, Plains Pipeline, and the Pony Express Pipeline. Double H and Pony Express Pipeline have one or more Joint Tariffs to transport product from the Bakken to the downstream refineries, or the Deeprock Terminal in Cushing, Oklahoma off the Pony Express Pipeline. Double H has initial capacity of approximately 88,000 barrels per day.


 
Hiland Crude Gathering
Overview
Market Center
Hiland’s Market Center Gathering System serves producers and marketers in the Williston Basin. The system spans the major counties of McKenzie, Mountrail, Williams in North Dakota and N.E. Richland County in Montana located in the Bakken Shale providing crude oil gathering and transportation services. Superior market optionality is provided to producers and marketers thru interconnects with all the major takeaway pipeline systems including Enbridge ND, Dakota Access (Gulf Coast mkt), Double H (Guernsey mkt), and Double H/Pony Express (Cushing Mkt) as well as 3 rail terminals (Crestwood Epping formerly COLT), Savage, and BioUrja (New Town) providing rail service to the East, West, and Gulf Coast markets. The system consists of 4-inch thru 12-inch pipe and has the capability to move over 300,000 barrels per day of a fungible grade of Bakken Crude Oil. The system has truck unloading terminals at Dore Station, Johnson’s Corner, and Alexander.

Tioga
Hiland’s, Tioga Gathering System serves producers in Burke and Divide County, North Dakota. The system interconnects with Dakota Access and Enbridge N.D. pipelines as well as with Hiland’s Market Center System providing excellent market optionality for producers and marketers. The system operates with a fungible grade of Bakken Crude Oil and interconnects with ITT’s Tioga Terminal providing access to truck unloading, Dakota Access and Enbridge Pipelines as well as the Hiland Market Center System providing superior market optionality for producers and marketers.

Richland County
Hiland’s Richland County Gathering System serves producers and marketers in Richland County located in Eastern Montana. The system interconnects with Double H Pipeline providing access to the Guernsey, Wyoming and Cushing, Oklahoma markets. The system’s Albin Terminal provides truck unloading and blending services. In addition the system interconnects with Bridger Pipeline at Richie and Viara as well as Plains Pipeline at Lone Tree.

Badlands Crude Gathering System
Hiland’s Badlands Gathering System serves production in Southwestern North Dakota. The system interconnects with Double H and Butte Pipeline at Baker, Montana.

Terminals and Truck Stations
Independent Trading and Transportation LLC owns and operates crude oil terminals located on the Hiland’s Market Center and Tioga Gathering Systems in North Dakota and on Hiland’s Double H System at Guernsey, Wyoming. ITT also engages in crude oil purchasing and marketing in the Bakken and Powder River areas.  
 
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Kinder Morgan Condensate Processing Facility
Overview
Kinder Morgan owns and operates a petroleum condensate processing facility near its Galena Park terminal on the Houston Ship Channel. The facility is supported by a long-term, fee-based agreement with BP North America, and consists of two units which split condensate into its various components, such as light and heavy naphtha, kerosene, diesel and gas oil. The facility’s total capacity is 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) and it can be further expanded pending additional market interest. Kinder Morgan also has almost 2 million barrels of storage capacity at its Galena Park Terminal connected to the condensate facility that can receive the products the condensate facility through new piping, manifolds and pumps.

The splitter facility is connected to the Kinder Morgan Crude and Condensate Pipeline system and provides customers unparalleled connectivity to the full range of Gulf Coast markets including refineries, chemical companies, gasoline blenders, outbound pipelines and marine facilities.
 
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Kinder Morgan Crude and Condensate Pipeline
Overview
Kinder Morgan Crude & Condensate pipeline (KMCC) originates in the Eagle Ford shale and delivers crude/condensate to multiple terminals with access to refineries, petrochemical plants and docks on the Texas Gulf Coast. KMCC currently has origin points in Karnes, DeWitt and Gonzales counties in the core of the Eagle Ford shale and access to western Eagle Ford production via an interconnect with the Double Eagle pipeline. The 264-mile KMCC pipeline was expanded to 350,000 BPD capacity in 2019 in conjunction with its connection to the Gray Oak pipeline, which provides Permian producers and marketers with access to the Houston market. The KMCC pipeline is connected to the following downstream markets: the Phillips 66 Sweeny Refinery, the Kinder Morgan Condensate Splitter, the Enterprise Houston Ship Channel terminal, the Converge Pierce Junction Caverns, and the Magellan Genoa Junction facilities in the Houston market.
 
Pacific Operations - Northern Region
Bradshaw Terminal
Bradshaw
Terminal Location: 
2901 Bradshaw Rd.
Sacramento, CA 95827
(916) 363-1666

Terminal Specifications:
  • 35 total acres
  • Total storage capacity = 446,200 barrels
  • 16 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Range of tanks = 5,000–55,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD
  • Turbine
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM Concord to Bradshaw 10” pipeline
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: US-50, Jackson Hwy (CA-16)
Loading Racks:
  • Three truck loading racks
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Diesel and turbine red dye injection
  • Midgrade blending services
  • Ethanol storage and rack injection
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Brisbane Terminal
Brisbane
Terminal Location: 
950 Tunnel Ave.
Brisbane, CA 94005
(415) 467-8107

Terminal Specifications:
  • 25 total acres
  • Total storage capacity = 618,000 barrels
  • 20 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Range of tanks = 10,000–75,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD
  • Turbine
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM multiproducts 10” pipeline from Richmond/Concord
  • KM turbine fuel 12” pipeline from Richmond/Concord
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: US-101
  • Trans shipment pipeline for turbine to San Francisco Airport
Loading Racks:
  • Four truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Chico Terminal
Chico
Terminal Location: 
2570 Hegan Lane
Chico, CA 95928
(530) 342-6140

Terminal Specifications:
  • 40 total acres
  • 33 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 557,400 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 5,000–60,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD (B5)
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM Rocklin to Chico 8” lateral
  • Biodiesel truck offloading
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: US-99, CA-32
Loading Racks:
  • Four truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Eugene Terminal
Eugene
Terminal Location:
1765 Prairie Rd.
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 689-1545

Terminal Specifications:
  • 34 total acres
  • 42 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 708,100 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 5,000–60,000 barrels

Products:

  • Conventional gas
  • EPA ULSD (B5)
  • Ethanol

Inbound:

  • KM Portland to Eugene pipeline
  • Ethanol truck offloading

Outbound:

  • Major roadways: Beltline Hwy, OR-569, OR-99, I-5

Loading Racks:

  • Four truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • EPA detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services

Other:

  • Diesel conductivity additive
Fresno Terminal
Fresno
Terminal Location: 
4149 S. Maple Ave.
Fresno, CA 93725
(559) 237-4612

Terminal Specifications:
  • 78 total acres
  • 26 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 878,200 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 10,000–80,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD (B5)
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM Concord to 12’ Fresno pipeline
  • Ethanol truck offloading
  • Biodiesel truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: CA-99
  • KM 6” military delivery line to Naval Air Station (NAS) Lemoore
Loading Racks:
  • Seven truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Harbor Island Terminal
Harbor Island
Terminal Location: 
2720 13th Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98134
(206) 682-4706

Terminal Specifications:
  • 25 acres
  • Total storage capacity = 941,835 barrels
  • Number of tanks = 21
  • Range of tanks = 6,000–80,000 barrels
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 1 (45’ MLW)
  • Size of berths = 900’
Products:
  • Gasolines
  • Turbine
  • Diesel
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
  • Marine fuel oils
Inbound:
  • Pipeline: From Olympic pipeline
  • Three-lane truck loading rack
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: I-5
Services:
  • Midgrade blending
  • Detergent additive systems
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
  • Biodiesel storage and rack blending (B5, B10, B15, B20)
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Linnton Terminal
Linnton
Terminal Location: 
11400 N.W. St. Helens Road
Portland, OR 97231
(503) 286-1691

Terminal Specifications:
  • 17 acres
  • Number of tanks = 20
  • Total storage capacity = 420,008 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 11,000–72,000
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 2 on Willamette River (24’ MLW)
  • Size of berths = 740’
Products:
  • Gasolines, ULSD
  • Diesel
Inbound:
  • Pipeline: From Olympic pipeline
  • Tanker/barge loading
Outbound:
  • Tanker/barge unloading
  • Pipeline service to SFPP Oregon line (Eugene)
Richmond Products Terminal
Richmond Terminal
Terminal Location: 
1306 Canal Boulevard
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 231-4706

Terminal Specifications:
  • 55 total acres
  • 43 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 533,900 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 4,725–98,808 barrels
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 1 (35’ MLW)
  • Size of berths = 1,600’ wharf, 107’ from main wharf, 247’ overall dock
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • Tanker/barge unloading
  • KM 8” pipeline from Richmond Station
  • Truck and rail ethanol offloading
Outbound:
  • KM 8” pipeline to Richmond Station
  • Truck rack
  • Major roadways: I-580, I-80
Loading Racks:
  • Five-lane truck loading rack
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and ratio rack blending
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Richmond Chemicals Terminal
Richmond Terminal
Terminal Location: 
1140 Canal Blvd.
Richmond, CA 94804
(510) 412-8810

Terminal Specifications:
  • 10 acres
  • Total storage capacity = 639,271 barrels
  • Number of tanks = 136
  • Range of tanks = 714–55,000 barrels
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 1 (38’ MLW)
  • Size of berths = 700’
  • Land is available for expansion
Products:
  • Chemicals
  • Oilseeds
  • Lubes
  • Waxes
Services:
  • Tank car loading/unloading
  • Tank truck loading/unloading
  • Tank truck weighing
  • Laboratory testing
  • Product heating
  • Product blending
 Additive Handling/Injection:
  •  Nitrogen blanketing
Transportation Modes:
  • Servicing body of water = Santa Fe
  • Harbor channel, San Francisco Bay
  • Servicing railroad = BNSF
  • Servicing major roadways = I-580
Reno Terminal
Reno
Terminal Location: 
301 E. Nugget Ave.
Sparks, NV 89431
(775) 358-6971

Terminal Specifications:
  • 44 total acres
  • 45 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 748,400 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 6,000–30,000 barrels
Products:
  • Conventional gas
  • EPA ULSD
  • Turbine
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 6”/8”/10” Rocklin to Reno pipeline; Bay Area origin
  • Truck and rail ethanol offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: I-80
  • KM 6” pipeline to NAS Fallon
  • Third-party connection to Reno Airport jet fuel pipeline
Loading Racks:
  • Seven truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • EPA detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
San Jose Terminal
San Jose
Terminal Location: 
2150 Kruse Dr.
San Jose, CA 95131
(408) 435-7399

Terminal Specifications:
  • 20 total acres
  • 32 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 1,001,100 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 10,000–100,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD (B5)
  • Turbine
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 10” Concord to San Jose pipeline
  • Ethanol and biodiesel truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: I-680
  • Connection to San Jose Airport jet fuel pipeline
Loading Racks:
  • Seven truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Willbridge Terminal
Willbridge
Terminal Location: 
5880 N.W. St. Helens Road
Portland, OR 97210
(503) 220-1260

Terminal Specifications:
  • 44 acres
  • Number of tanks = 40
  • Total storage capacity = 1,551,000 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 3,000–120,000 barrels
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 1 (32’ MLW)
  • Number of berths = 2 on Willamette River
  • Size of berths = 695’
  • Warehouse space: 53,500 ft2​​
Products:
  • Gasoline
  • Turbine
  • Diesel
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • Pipeline: From Olympic Pipeline and third-party terminals
  • Tanker/barge unloading
  • Tank car unloading (BNSF)
  • Tank truck unloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadway: US-30 (St Helens Rd)
  • Tanker/barge loading
  • Three-lane truck loading rack
  • Pipeline service to SFPP Oregon line (Eugene) and Cochin/Portland Airport line
Services:
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
  • Biodiesel storage and rack blending (B5, B10, B15, B20)
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Pacific Operations - Southern Region
Barstow Terminal
Barstow
Terminal Location: 
34277 Dagget-Yermo Road
Dagget, CA 92327
Phone: (760) 254-2616
Fax: (760) 254-2446

Terminal Specifications:
  • 43 total acres
  • 12 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 165,600 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 3,000–17,500 barrels
Products
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 14” CALNEV Colton to Las Vegas pipeline
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-15, I-40
Loading Racks:
  • Two truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Carson Terminal
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Terminals Location: 
2000 East Sepulveda Blvd
Carson, CA 90810
Phone: (310) 518-7700
Fax: (310) 549-5708

Terminal Specifications:

  • 100 acres
  • Number of tanks = 63
  • Total storage capacity = 5,705,000 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 9,000–178,000 barrels
Marine Loading/Unloading:
  • Number of ship docks = 1 (35’ MLW)
  • Number of berths = 118–120; Port of Los Angeles, 32’ 5” alongside; 37’ 4” with fenders
  • Size of berths = 800’
  • Number of barge docks = 1
Products:
  • Crude oil
  • Gasoline
  • Turbine
  • Diesel
  • Gasoline blending components
  • Refinery feedstocks
Inbound:
  • Pipelines from third-party terminals and refineries
  • Tanker/barge unloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-405, I-110, I-710
  • KM origin for West and South lines
  • Tanker/barge loading
  • Ten-lane truck loading rack
  • Pipeline service to local refineries, Los Angeles Airport
Services:
  • Toptech TMS6 truck rack
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
  • Detergent community additive
  • Diesel lubricity additive
  • Ethanol storage and rack injection
Colton Terminal
Colton
Terminal Location:
2359 S. Riverside Ave.
Bloomington, CA 92316
(909) 877-2141

Terminal Specifications:
  • 82 total acres
  • 32 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 1,223,100 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 5,000–92,000 barrels
Inbound Receipt Modes:
  • KMI Watson 24"/20" pipelines
  • KMI Watson 16" pipelines
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD (B5)
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 16” multiproducts pipeline from Watson area to CALNEV
  • KM 20”/24” multiproducts pipeline from Watson area
  • Ethanol truck offloading
  • Transmix truck offloading
  • Biodiesel truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-10, I-215
  • 20” multiproducts pipeline to CALNEV, Imperial and Phoenix
  • KM 6” military pipeline to March AFB
Loading Racks:
  • Seven truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade gasoline blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Adjacent transmix processing facility
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Imperial Terminal
Imperial
Terminal Location: 
345 W. Aten Rd.
Imperial, CA 92251
(760) 352-0677

Terminal Specifications:
  • 13 total acres
  • Total storage capacity = 459,000 barrels
  • 27 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Range of tanks = 10,000–43,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • EPA ULSD
  • CARB ULSD
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 6”/10” Niland to Imperial lateral (Watson area origin)
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-8, CA-86
  • KM 4” pipeline to Naval Air Facility (NAF) El Centro
Loading Racks:
  • Three truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Las Vegas Terminal
Las Vegas
Terminal Location: 
5049 N. Sloan Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89115
(702) 643-9130

Terminal Specifications:
  • 66 total acres
  • 39 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 1,163,700 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 3,000–96,000 barrels
Products:
  • EPA gas
  • EPA ULSD (B5)
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 14” Colton to Las Vegas pipeline
  • KM 8” Colton to Las Vegas turbine line
  • Ethanol rail offloading
  • Biodiesel truck offloading

Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-15
  • KM 8” pipeline to Nellis Air Force Base (AFB)
  • KM 8” pipeline to Bracken Jct and McCarran Airport
Loading Racks:
  • Fifteen-lane truck loading rack
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • EPA detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Mission Valley Terminal
Mission Valley Terminal
Terminal Location: 
9950 San Diego Mission Rd.
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 283-6511

Terminal Specifications:
  • 66 total acres - Total storage capacity = 680,400 barrels
  • 24 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Range of tanks = 8,000–100,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD (B5)
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 16”/10” Watson to San Diego pipeline (intermediate delivery)
  • Ethanol and biodiesel truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-5, I-8, I-805
Loading Racks:
  • Six truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Orange Terminal
Orange Terminal
Terminal Location: 
1350 N. Main St.
Orange, CA 92667
(714) 538-5227

Terminal Specifications:
  • 10 total acres
  • 9 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 216,600 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 20,000–50,000 barrels
Products:
  • CARB gas
  • CARB ULSD
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 16”/10” Watson to San Diego pipeline (intermediate delivery)
  • Ethanol truck offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-5, CA-57
Loading Racks:
  • Two truck loading racks
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • CARB detergent additive systems
  • Midgrade blending
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Phoenix Terminal
Phoenix Terminal
Terminal Location: 
49 N. 53rd Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85043
(602) 278-8564

Terminal Specifications:
  • 83 total acres
  • 61 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity = 1,956,200 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 10,000–90,000 barrels
Products:
  • Conventional gas
  • AZCBG gas
  • EPA ULSD
  • Turbine
  • Biodiesel
  • Ethanol
Inbound:
  • KM 20” Colton to Phoenix pipeline; Watson area origin
  • KM 12”/16” El Paso to Phoenix pipeline
  • Truck and rail ethanol offloading
  • Biodiesel rail offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-10
  • KM 6” pipeline to Luke AFB
  • Connection to Sky Harbor Airport jet fuel pipeline
Loading Racks:
  • Eleven truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • EPA detergent additive systems
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Biodiesel community storage and blending up to 5%
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Tucson Terminal
Tucson
Terminal Location: 
3841 E. Refinery Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
(520) 514-1065

Terminal Specifications:
  • 160 total acres
  • 44 refined petroleum products tanks
  • Total storage capacity =1,080,000 barrels
  • Range of tanks = 6,000–80,000 barrels
Products:
  • Conventional gas
  • EPA ULSD
  • Turbine
  • Ethanol
  • Export gas
Inbound:
  • KM 12” El Paso to Tucson pipeline
  • Truck and rail ethanol offloading
Outbound:
  • Major roadways: I-10
  • KM 6” pipeline to Davis Monthan AFB
Loading Racks:
  • Six truck loading racks
  • Toptech TMS6 rack automation
  • Midgrade blending
  • Ethanol storage and sequential rack blending
  • EPA detergent additive system
  • Diesel red dye injection services
Other:
  • Diesel lubricity additive
Southeast Region - KMST
The KMST terminals handle gasoline/gasohol, diesel, jet fuel and ethanol. Combined the terminals have a total storage capacity of more than 10.7 million barrels. You can see a listing of each terminal, including the terminal's location, receipt connection(s), products handled and services offered on our terminal summary document.
 
Athens, GA Terminal
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3460 Jefferson Road,
Athens, GA 30607

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 389,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 12
  • Range of Tanks: 5,000 – 70,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Ethanol, and ULSD
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • Truck Refueling
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, and Red Dye
Atlanta, GA Terminal
Terminal Location:

Doraville #1 (JV with CITGO)
3877 Flowers Road
Doraville, GA 30360
(770) 457-5268

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 239,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 7 Tanks
  • Range of Tanks: 20,000-35,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled:CBOB, P-CBOB, Ethanol and ULSD
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Plantation and Colonial
  • Servicing Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Terminal Services:
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Gasoline Blending (89 Midgrade, Clear Gas)
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Rail Car Unloading
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
Belton, SC Terminal
Terminal Location:

13970 Hwy 20
Belton, SC 29627
(864) 242-9445

Terminal Specifications:

  • Total Storage Capacity: 48,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 2
  • Range of Tanks: 10,000 – 38,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Biodiesel and Ethanol
Transportation Modes
  • Rail in, Truck out
  • Servicing Railroad: CSX / G&W
Terminal Services:
  • Rail Car Off-Loading
  • Ethanol and Biodiesel Truck Loading
Birmingham, AL Terminal
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2635 Balsam Avenue, SW,
Birmingham, AL 35211

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 164,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 4
  • Range of Tanks: 30,000 – 60,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Ethanol and ULSD
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, and Red Dye
Charlotte, NC Terminal
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Terminal Locations:

Charlotte 1
502 Tom Sadler Road,
Charlotte, NC 28214

Charlotte 2
6801 Freedom Drive,
Charlotte, NC 28214

Charlotte 3
7325 Old Mount Holly Road,
Charlotte, NC 28214

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 658,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 23
  • Range of Tanks: 5,000 – 91,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Jet-A, ULSD, Transmix and Ethanol
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation, Eco-Energy (Ethanol)
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity and Red Dye
Chattanooga, TN Terminal
Terminal Location:
 
4716 Bonny Oaks Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37416

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 222,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 10
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, ULSD and Ethanol
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity and Red Dye
Collins, MS Terminal
Collins Terminal
Terminal Location:
31 Kola Road
Collins, MS 39428

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 253,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 7
  • Range of Tanks: 10,000 – 85,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, ULSD, and Ethanol
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, and Red Dye
Doraville, GA Terminal
Doraville Terminal
Terminal Address:
3877 Flowers Road
Doraville, GA 30360
(770) 457-5268

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 537,265 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 23
  • Range of Tanks: 16,471 – 79,572 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: CBOB (7.8 RVP and 9.0 RVP), PREM CBOB (7.8 RVP and 9.0 RVP) ULSD, Ethanol
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Plantation and Colonial
  • Servicing Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Terminal Services:
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Gasoline Blending (89 Midgrade, Clear Gas)
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Rail Car Unloading
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
The Doraville, GA Terminal is a joint venture with CITGO.
Greensboro, NC Terminal
Greensboro TerminalGreensboro Terminal 2
Terminal Locations:

Greensboro 1
6907 West Market Street,
Greensboro, NC 27409

Greensboro 2
6376 Burnt Poplar Road,
Greensboro, NC 27409

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 1,366,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 25
  • Range of Tanks: 5,000 – 150,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, ULSD, Ethanol, Jet-A, Transmix and ULS Kerosene
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • Truck Refueling
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • E85
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, Red Dye and FSII
Knoxville, TN Terminal
Knoxville Terminal
Terminal Location:

5009 Middlebrook Pike,
Knoxville, TN 37921

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 385,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 18
  • Range of Tanks: 5,000 – 100,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Ethanol, ULSD, and Jet-A
Transportation Modes:
  • Servicing Railroads: CSX
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation, Eco-Energy Pipeline (Ethanol)
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • Truck Refueling
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane, and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, Red Dye, and FSII
Newington, VA Terminal
Terminal Location:Newington Terminal

Newington 1
8200 Terminal Road,
Newington, VA 22122

Newington 2
8206 Terminal Road,
Lorton, VA 22079

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 1,348,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 25
  • Range of Tanks: 13,000 – 122,000 bbls
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline (Reformulated and Conventional), Ethanol, ULSD and Jet-A
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Plantation
  • Pipelines (delivery): Jet Fuel - Plantation to DCA and IAD
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane and 93 Octane)
  • E0 Blended Gasolines (Conventional Only)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, Red Dye and FSII
North Augusta, SC Terminal
Augusta TerminalAugusta Terminal 2
Terminal Locations:

North Augusta 1
205 Sweetwater Road,
North Augusta, SC 29841

North Augusta 2
221 Laurel Lakes Drive,
North Augusta, SC 29860

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 831,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 15
  • Range of Tanks: 10,000 – 125,000 bbls
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Ethanol, Jet-A, Transmix and ULSD
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial
Terminal Services:
  • Truck Loading and Offloading
  • Automated Truck Rack (TMS 6)
  • Truck Refueling
  • E0 and E10 Blended Gasolines (87 Octane, 89 Octane and 93 Octane)
  • Additive Injection: Gasoline Detergent Additive, Lubricity/Conductivity, Red Dye and FSII
Richmond, VA Terminal
Richmond TerminalRichmond Terminal 2
Terminal Locations:

2000 Trenton Avenue
Richmond, VA 23234

4110 Deepwater Terminal Road
Richmond, VA 23234

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 1,287,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 30
  • Range of Tanks: 7,000 – 100,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline (Reformulated and Conventional), Ethanol, ULSD, Jet-A, HS Heating Oil, Transmix and Asphalt
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
  • Barge (receiving): Asphalt
Terminal Services:
  • Ethanol Blending
  • Additive Injection, Gasoline (Generic)
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Vessel Loading/Unloading
  • Barge Loading/Unloading
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Product Blending
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
Roanoke, VA Terminal
Terminal Locations:Roanoke TerminalRoanoke Terminal 2

835 Hollins Road NE,
Roanoke, VA 24012

5280 Terminal Road SW,
Roanoke, VA 24018

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 522,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 18
  • Range of Tanks: 500 – 62,000 bbls
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, ULSD and Ethanol
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Ethanol Blending
  • Additive Injection, Gasoline (Generic)
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Product Blending
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
Selma, NC Terminal
Selma TerminalSelma Terminal 2Selma Terminal 3
Terminal Locations:

Selma 1
2200 West Oak Street,
Selma, NC 27576

Selma 2
2101 West Oak Street,
Selma, NC 27576

Selma 3
4383 Buffalo Road,
Selma, NC 27576

Selma 4
4086 Buffalo Road,
Selma, NC 27576

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 874,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 20
  • Range of Tanks: 20,000 – 92,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, ULSD and Ethanol
Transportation Modes:Selma Terminal 4
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial and KMST (Ethanol)
  • Pipelines (delivery): KMST (Ethanol)
Terminal Services:
  • Ethanol Blending
  • Additive Injection, Gasoline (Generic)
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Product Blending
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
Spartanburg, SC Terminal
Terminal Location:

200 Nebo Street
Spartanburg, SC 29302

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity: 220,000 Barrels
  • No. of Tanks: 6
  • Range of Tanks: 20,000 – 80,000 Barrels
  • Commodities Handled: Gasoline, Ethanol and ULSD
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipelines (receiving): Colonial, Plantation
Terminal Services:
  • Ethanol Blending
  • Additive Injection, ULSD Lubricity
  • Gasoline Blending (89 Midgrade)
  • Red Dye Injection, ULSD
  • Pipeline Receipt
  • Tank Truck Loading/Unloading
  • Product Blending
  • Vapor Recovery/Incineration
  • Additive Handling/Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
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Southeast Region - Central Florida
Two terminals are located in central Florida: the Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals' Tampa Terminal, located at Port Tampa Bay, Florida, and the Central Florida Pipeline Terminal (also known as “CFPL Taft”) in Orlando, Florida. These terminals handle gasoline/gasohol, diesel, jet fuel and ethanol.
 
Orlando, FL Terminal (CFPL Taft)
Terminal Location:
2101 GATX Drive
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 248-2148

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity = 811,000 bbls.
  • Number of Tanks = 17
  • Range of Tanks = 14,000 bbls. - 100,000 bbls
  • Commodities Handled: CBOB, PREM, ULSD, Jet, Ethanol, Biodiesel
​​Transportation Modes:
  • Pipeline Delivery Locations =  CFPL Taft Terminal, Orlando Airport
  • Outbound from CFPL Taft/Orlando Terminal = truck rack for lifting of all commodities handled at the facility
​​Terminal Services:
  • Pipeline Receipt / Shipment
  • Tank Truck Loading / Unloading
  • Automated Truck Rack
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Vapor Recovery / Incineration
  • Additive Handling / Injection
  • Product Blending
Tampa, FL Terminal (KMLT)
Terminal Location:
2101 GATX Drive
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 248-2148

Terminal Specifications:
  • Total Storage Capacity = ~1,800,000 bbls.
  • Number of Tanks = 31
  • Range of Tanks = 9,500 bbls. - 120,000 bbls
  • Commodities Handled: CBOB, PREM, ULSD, Jet, Ethanol and Biodiesel
Transportation Modes:
  • Receipt = By Vessel through the Port Tampa Bay Central Manifold (for receipt of all commodities handled at the facility)
  • Servicing Railroad = CSX Rail Road
  • Outbound = connected to the Central Florida Pipeline for transportation of product to Orlando Florida (gas, ethanol, distillate and jet). KMLT Tampa Terminal also has a Truck Rack for lifting of all commodities handled at the facility.
Terminal Services:
  • Vessel Receipt
  • Transloading
  • Tank Truck Loading / Unloading
  • Pipeline Injection
  • Automated Truck Rack
  • Vapor Recovery / Incineration
  • Additive Handling / Injection
  • Product Blending
KMAP

As a pipeline industry leader, Kinder Morgan knows the importance of maintaining the integrity of its assets. We work diligently to operate to the highest standards of safety, and in our ongoing effort for operational excellence have developed a unique analytical process which provides a comprehensive, more efficient analysis of pipelines than traditional Inline Inspection companies provide.

Kinder Morgan Assessment Protocol (KMAP™) is an innovative pipeline integrity solution designed to search for flaws in longitudinal welds. Created as a proactive solution to more thoroughly inspect its pipelines, Kinder Morgan has been successfully using the patented technology for seven years. Today, Kinder Morgan is providing KMAP to outside operating pipeline companies across North America in a continued effort to maximize reliability while minimizing the risk of having a release.

Contact us for information on how you can utilize KMAP to ensure the integrity of your assets.

How it Works
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Kinder Morgan’s experienced and reliable analysts work collectively with our clients to analyze their pipelines with KMAP. This technology uses circumferential MFL to look for longitudinal weld anomalies such as hook cracks, lack of fusion and more. When our analysts gather the initial data, a labor intensive protocol follows where we assess and subjectively grade each identified long-seam feature to determine its potential threat to our customer’s asset.

Proven Results
deepwater_richmond.jpgTo date, Kinder Morgan has utilized KMAP on more than 10,000 miles of its own pipelines. As a result of the data gathered, Kinder Morgan has performed over 400 KMAP digs and remediated more than 300 injurious seam weld defects resulting in substantial cost savings to the company. We are experiencing the same positive results with our clients and are excited to provide an analysis process/concept never seen before in the pipeline industry.
 
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