5 Major Oil Terminals in United States

A principal contributor to the world energy landscape, the U.S. boasts several major oil terminals and facilities.

LOOP is the first and only deepwater facility in the United States providing tanker offloading and temporary storage service for crude oil.

The Houston Ship Channel in Houston, Texas, is a part of one of the busiest ports in the world, the Port of Houston. A massive terminal on the northeastern side of the Houston Ship Channel handles crude and fuel oil.

Energy Transfer’s Nederland Terminal is the US’s biggest, singularly-owned, above-ground crude oil terminal & the world’s 2nd largest natural gas liquids export facility. Its daily capacity is 2 million barrels of crude oil, transported via pipelines.

Situated near major US oil & Gas production areas, this Port is the main gateway for energy supply to the world, including markets in Europe, Asia and Latin America. There are several private terminals and oil docks here.

Valdez Marine Terminal is the southern terminus of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, also called TAPS. This facility lies on 1000 acres on the southern coast of Valdez Port.