Customers

Cross Section

Storage and Blending

Storage

  • Multiple grades of crude and condensate, including C5+, natural gasoline, bitumen,  condensates from Eagle Ford and Utica, and other middle grade crude
  • Thirteen million barrels capacity
  • Ability to expand
  • Cavern injection/withdrawal rate of 300,000 barrels per day per cavern
  • Surface tanks with 500,000 barrel capacity

Blending

  • In-line blending to meet refinery specifications
  • A range of control systems, analysis loops and mixing systems that guarantee closely defined quality and quantity specs
  • Ability to draw from eight or more different grades of crude
  • Custom blends designed for specific refineries create value uplift and increase profit
  • Custom blends increase refinery efficiency and reactivate underutilized refinery assets
Hazelwood Facilities

Transportation Services

New Barge Terminal at the Port of Krotz Spings

  • Loading and unloading capacity capable of four barges at once
  • One dock and four berthing spots on the Atchafalaya River
  • Capacity of 432,000 barrels per day
  • Provides access to multiple customers along the Gulf Coast, the Mississippi River corridor, and refineries and export facilities along the Intracoastal Waterway (ICWW)
  • New barge facilities will bring an unused industrial location back into business

Other Transportation Options

  • Highway 190 is adjacent to Hazelwood site
  • Union Pacific Railroad mainline is on Hazelwood site
  • Multiple pipelines are nearby, including Phillips 66, ExxonMobil, and Plains All-American

Site

  • 340 Acres of proven salt
  • Adjacent to 29bcf natural gas storage facility , FERC permitted for 46 bcf
  • Secure location for weather events
  • Strategically located to support the North American and export storage markets

Transportation

  • Truck – Located on U.S. Highway 190
  • Rail – Union Pacific Railroad main line on site
  • Barge – Less than 10 miles from port access on the Atchafalaya River

Nearby Pipelines

  • CO2 – Denbury Pipeline (on site)
  • Crude Oil – Exxon Mobil, Phillips 66, Plains All-American, Shell Ho-Ho, Westward Ho, Capline
  • Natural Gas – Interconnects through Bobcat to Florida Gas, Texas Eastern, ANR, Gulf South, Transco and Cypress
  • Liquid Products – Colonial & Chevron (on site), Enterprise & Dixie

Infrastructure

  • Access to significant electrical power, including Entergy 69 kV and 138 kV on site and Entergy
  • 500 kV within 5 miles
  • Abundant fresh water supply
  • Brine disposal and brine pond acreage
  • Existing oil-field service roads and two rail crossings
Gulf Coast Refineries
HEH will improve efficiency and profitability for area refineries by custom blending each refiners’ “perfect barrel” in real time.