Richmond, California

Terminal Contact


100 Cutting Boulevard
Richmond, California 94804


Matt Courtney

Products Handled

  • Petroleum products
  • Specialty and commodity chemicals


  • Highway access just off I-580 between the San Rafael bridge and I-80
  • Rail spurs connect with the Burlington-Northern/Santa Fe and Union Pacific lines
  • Deepwater berths (38 MLW) for tankers (46,000 DWT, 650 LOA, 125 beam). Within minutes of ocean anchorages and with 7,000 bbl/hr marine vapor control capability in place
  • Pipeline link to Kinder Morgan/Southern Pacific Pipeline network


  • 46 tanks, 670,000 barrels total capacity ranging in size from 240 barrels through 100,000 barrels. Tanks meet emissions, spill control and compliance standards. Secondary containment is in place along with cathodic protection
  • 2 truck loading racks, a fully automated 2-bay rack with vapor recovery, instrument metering, and controlled additive injection system; a second 2-bay truck rack with 70’ scale under one bay, primarily to service chemical traffic
  • 6 railcar loading/unloading facility with appropriate containment
  • Infrastructure is in place for efficient blending, steam heating, vapor control, product monitoring, and tank cleaning services

Responsible Management

  • Fully secured facility
  • Facility belongs to Bay Area emergency response consortium, and conducts appropriate drills for the U.S. Coast Guard. Employees meet all OSHA and EPA training requirements

Quality Program & Engineering Support

  • Close coordination with corporate engineering office allows for prompt and knowledgeable handling of customer technical service requirements including development of terminal within-the-terminal configurations
  • Quality assurance program for operations is ISO certified

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