St. Rose Terminal

Bulk Liquid Handling in St. Rose, Louisiana

Our 16 terminals serve North America’s dynamic distribution centers at both ends of the Mississippi Valley, at both ends of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River System, on the Atlantic Coast in New York and Virginia, and on the Pacific Coast.

Terminal Location

11842 River Road
St. Rose, Louisiana 70087
(504) 468-3997

Commercial Contact

Matt Courtney
(504) 586-8300

Jim Miles
(504) 586-8300

Cameron Conolty
(504) 586-8300

Products Handled

  • Petroleum and petrochemical products
  • Vegetable oils
  • Commodity chemicals (alcohols, including methanol, specialties)
  • Ethanol


  • Highway access off I-310 (Exit 3) then two miles east along La. Hwy 48
  • Immediate rail access to the Illinois Central/Canadian National System
  • 5 deepwater tanker berths (LOA 900 with 45 draft); 13 barge berths
  • Access by Louisiana Offshore Pipeline system (LOOP) with links to nearby refinery/petro-chemical complexes


  • 207 Tanks, 16.3 million barrels total capacity ranging in size from 40,000 gallons to 500,000 barrels
  • Tanks meet all emissions, spill control and inspection compliance standards
  • Truck and railcar loading/unloading facilities with spill containment and many fitted with vapor emissions control and monitoring instrumentation
  • Flexible plant-wide infrastructure for efficient blending, steam and hot-oil heating, vapor emissions control, product monitoring and tank cleaning services
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
Responsible Management
  • Fully secure, 24-hour manned facility
  • Emergency spill and fire control capabilities on-site supported by accredited EPA/Coast Guard contract services
  • Personnel are trained in accord with OSHA and EPA requirements and periodic spill control drills are conducted.
  • A tertiary wastewater treatment plant is in place and all effluents are monitored for compliance with permit standards before discharge