QUEBEC CITY

QUEBEC – CANADA

14-hectare full service facility on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River in Port of Québec Beauport Sector

FACILITIES
• 53 tanks, 2.0 million barrels total capacity ranging in size from 630 through 217,000 barrels
• Tanks meet all emissions, spill control and inspection compliance standards; many are insulated and lined for special chemical service

• Tanker/barge berths have no LOA or beam restrictions and have a draft of 39 and 41 feet at low tide (the 15 feet tidal range can be used to accommodate deeper draft vessels)
• Railcar loading/unloading facilities adjoin the IMTT private marshalling yard (120 jumbo car capacity) from which a private switch engine provides service
• Truck and rail facilities are equipped with scales
• Flexible infrastructure in place for efficient blending, heating, cooling, and tank cleaning services

PRODUCTS HANDLED
• Full range of petroleum products
• Biodiesel
• Bulk commodity chemicals
• Natural oil 
products

ACCESS
• Highway access from the junction of Autoroutes 40 and 440 via Boulevard Henri Bourrassa, South
• Rail connections with Canadian National/Illinois Central Railways and Canadian Pacific – Quebec – Gatineau Railways Systems
• 2 deepwater tanker/barge berths in the St. Charles River estuary adjoining the main channel of the St. Lawrence River

RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT
• Fully secure facility within Port of Quebec complex
• Spill control capabilities meet requirements of Canada Marine Act with the facility served by a fully accredited spill contractor
• Chemical resistant membrane containment within dikes

QUALITY PROGRAM & ENGINEERING SUPPORT
• On-site and corporate engineering offices for prompt and knowledgeable handling of customer technical service requirements
• Custom design including development of “terminal-within-the-terminal” configurations

• Quality assurance program for operations is ISO certified

CONTACT
Port of Quebec, Pier 50 P.O. Box 53010 Quebec, Quebec, CANADA G1J 5K3
Phone: (418) 667-8641
Fax: (418) 667-9551
Contact: Marc Dulude