Harbor Island crude terminal development underway on Texas Gulf coast
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - Lone Star Ports, LLC, a Berry Company, is moving forward on their project to develop a world-class marine crude oil terminal on Harbor Island located at the entrance of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel. The Berry Group has been actively developing the project for the last year and is continuing negotiations with financial and operations partners.
Lone Star Ports expects that the Harbor Island Terminal will become the premier marine crude oil export terminal in the United States allowing for the safe, secure transfer of crude oil to meet increased world demand. "The port's lease agreement with Lone Star Ports remains in effect. The Berry Group is a significant employer in the Coastal Bend, and we look forward to collaborating with them in developing a world-class, environmentally responsible terminal facility that will be immensely productive for port customers," says Sean Strawbridge, CEO of the Port of Corpus Christi.
“Lone Star Ports is committed to bringing this project to fruition and to the growth of our region’s economy. Our team is aggressively pushing forward on the schedule and we plan to issue announcements regarding leadership and operations in the near future,” says Lawrence Berry, director and acting CEO.
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