Central Florida Pipeline Co.

2101 GATX Drive
Tampa, FL 33605
(813) 248-2148

Kinder Morgan’s Central Florida Pipeline 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, with both moving product from Tampa to Orlando, Florida. The 10-inch pipeline connects to Kinder Morgan’s Taft, Florida, terminal (located near Orlando) and is the sole petroleum pipeline supplying jet fuel to the Orlando International Airport.  Kinder Morgan also owns and operates refined petroleum liquids terminals in Tampa and Taft.  The Tampa terminal contains approximately 1.6 million barrels of storage capacity for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel, and is connected to two ship dock facilities in the Port of Tampa. The Tampa terminal also provides storage and automated truck rack blending services for denatured ethanol and bio-diesel.  The Taft terminal contains approximately 0.8 million barrels of storage capacity for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. The Taft terminal also provides storage and automated truck rack blending services for denatured ethanol and bio-diesel.

Specifications:
  • Opened in 1965
  • Total Storage Capacity = 1,660,000 bbls.
  • Number of Tanks = 28
  • Range of Tanks = 8,190 gals. - 120,000 bbls.
  • Land is Available for Expansion
Transportation Modes:
  • Pipeline (receiving) = KM Central Florida
  • Pipeline (injecting) = Pipeline (injecting) = KM Central Florida to Orlando Airport
  • Servicing Railroad = CSX Rail Road
  • Servicing Major Roadways = I-4, Florida Turnpike, Beeline, US 441, Highway 527
Services:
  • Pipeline Receipt / Shipment
  • Tank Truck Loading / Unloading
  • Automated Truck Rack
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Vapor Recovery / Incineration
  • Additive Handling / Injection
Marketing Contact:  Meredith West (713) 420-5909