Buckeye Bahamas Hub partially restarts after Dorian


HOUSTON - Buckeye Partners has partially resumed operations at its Buckeye Bahamas Hub (“BBH”) facility following Hurricane Dorian. BBH is now able to accommodate customer vessels at its inland berths for both loading and unloading of petroleum products. Work continues on completing final assessments, and restoring full operations at the facility in the near future. “I would like to commend our Buckeye emergency response teams for their tireless efforts to support our employees and their families during the recovery, as well as staying focused on safely resuming full operations at our Buckeye Bahamas Hub,” said Khalid A. Muslih, executive vice president and president of Buckeye’s Global Marine Terminals.

Buckeye Bahamas Hub
Buckeye Bahamas Hub

As Buckeye previously reported, preliminary assessments of the facility found only minor damage from wind and rain, with no indications of any product release or environmental threats. All BBH employees have been accounted for, and an initial delivery of supplies and resources for employees and their families has arrived. Relief efforts will be on going as Buckeye seeks to assist our employees and the community, as their safety, health, and well-being is the company’s top priority.

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