Skip to main content

Jefferson Energy Companies executes terminal services contract

Published by , Senior Editor
Tanks and Terminals,

Jefferson Energy Companies, a subsidiary of Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors LLC, has entered into a new contract to expand terminal services to ExxonMobil Oil Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corp.

Jefferson Energy is constructing approximately 1.9 million bbl of new storage capacity at the Jefferson Energy terminal and five connecting pipelines between the ExxonMobil Beaumont refinery and Jefferson Energy terminal that will increase utilisation of its existing marine infrastructure. The engineering and construction has begun for this second phase of the Jefferson Energy terminal master plan buildout and will increase total storage to approximately 6.2 million bbl.

“Combined with the successful completion of the ExxonMobil Cross Channel Pipelines project in February 2021, this project further strengthens the strong relationship between ExxonMobil and Jefferson Energy. We are excited to again be working with ExxonMobil to build a domestic and international refined products hub while providing safe, best in class logistics optionality to ExxonMobil for years to come,” said Joe Adams, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of FTAI.

“The expansion adds strategic value for ExxonMobil and our Beaumont refinery complex,” said Anant Patel, Americas Business Development Manager for ExxonMobil’s Fuels and Lubricants division. “Increasing our logistics capability will help us better serve our customers.”

The Jefferson Energy terminal is located on the Neches River in the heart of ExxonMobil’s Beaumont, Texas, US, refining complex. The Jefferson Energy terminal has been in operation since 2012 and currently has over 4.3 million bbl of heated and unheated storage servicing both crude oil and refined products. In addition to the terminal’s storage and blending capabilities, the terminal has six rail loop tracks, is triple served by the BNSF, KCS, and Union Pacific railroads and utilises two marine docks for regional and global marine movements.

Following the completion of this project, Jefferson Energy expects to continue developing additional storage, marine and rail capabilities, and pipeline connectivity. Jefferson Energy is primarily owned and funded by FTAI, a publicly traded entity specialising in infrastructure investments globally and across North America.

Read the article online at:

You might also like

Square Robot launches series of in-service tanks inspections

Square Robot is celebrating the launch of a series of in-service storage tank inspections in partnership with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) through the Electric Research Power Institute’s (EPRI) Incubatenergy® Labs Cohort program.


Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):