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Phase 1 - Capacity of 2.1M TEU/yr

Proposed Features of Phase 1


  • 55 acres of container dedicated platform


  • Automated container yard with 36 AGVs and RMGCs at 630 TEU/hr (total)


  • Barge/SSS quay with 6 Post Panamax STS capable cranes at 472 TEU/hr (total)


  • One deep water berth with 6 STS EEE capable cranes


  • 89 acres of container dedicated platform


  • Capacity for throughput of refined products

Connecting the Facility to the Missippi Water-Highway

Low-draft Vessel Proposal



  • Proposed design will allow for super container ships to be unloaded at the offshore port


  • Containers will be placed onto smaller barges capable of navigating the hallower waters of the Mississippi


  • Specialty vessels are spec-designed and self-propelled



Attractive Water-based Cargo Transport Metrics

Potential Export of Liquid Hydrocarbons

U.S. shale boom creating opportunity for liquid hydrocarbon export  


  • Significant growth in U.S. fracking has led to advances across the North American oil & gas value chain – creating an abundance of liquid hydrocarbons in the domestic U.S. market


  • Legislative framework is currently being discussed to facilitate U.S. crude export; the consensus is that U.S. will likely allow for limited export of crude oil

Hydrocarbon Processing Facility


  • Possible facilities include:

    • Ethanol plant

    • Petroleum oil refinery

    • Natural gas processing plant / liquefaction facility


  • Proximity to various key U.S. oil & gas plays, paired with excellent pipeline connectivity in Louisiana state 

Storage Tanks


  • Storage facility might include:

    • Clean product storage (e.g., fuel, naphtha)

    • Heavy crude storage

    • Potential storage of LNG


  • Facility anticipated to include hydraulic pumping, latest mechanical design and pipeline connectivity


  • Anticipating 1.3-1.8x monthly turnover of tanks

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