The Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal (LIGTT) is a historic and game-changing project which will create America's first large transfer terminal designed to handle containers, bulk cargo, and petroleum products entering and leaving the United States of America.
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The Future

is Coming to Louisiana


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The Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal Project Features:

The state-of-the-art, green-built facility will employ the latest in automated technology and design logistics while enabling security screening of 100% of cargo.

This port facility is projected to create in the state of Louisiana, 34,000 jobs over the next five years.  Economists project the creation throughout the Mississippi River corodor approximately 150,000+ jobs over the next 10 years.

+ The impacts of the LIGTT facility will extend throughout the interior of the United States, reaching 33 states along the 14,500 miles of the Mississippi River and its tributaries.  


LIGTT Midstream Holdings will generate revenues from multiple key verticals:

Container Shipping

  • Handling charge on container throughout at the shipping terminal

Bulk Cargo

  • Multiple options for the export and import of liquid bulk commodities

  • Efficient export and import of dry bulk commodities

  • Flexible design and transfer options that will allow access for multiple commodity lines

Liquid Hydrocarbons

  • ​Manufacturing, storage, and export of liquid hydrocarbons

  • Strategic location near large gas reserves 

  • Extensive pipeline system in place onshore and offshore

Onshore Infrastructure

  • Development of onshore and upriver facilities

  • Efficient ability to move commodities from interior of the United States to strategic Gulf location

  • Rapid deployment of transportation needs


LIGTT Midstream Holdings, LLC enjoys a Public-Private Sublease and Development Agreement     with LIGTT Authority, a political subdivision of the State of Louisiana

Click here to view our Rendered Fly-Over of the porposed LIGTT Port