Houston Ship Channel

Kinder Morgan

Hilton Price

The company will invest approximately $125 million on enhancements to its Pasadena Terminal and Jefferson Street Truck Rack. Read more


Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and Chevron U.S.A. Inc. signed long-term agreements supporting the development of Enterprise’s Sea Port Oil Terminal (“SPOT”) in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more


As part of the expansion, Enterprise is also building an eighth dock at its Houston Ship Channel terminal with the capability to load approximately 840,000 bpd of crude oil. Read more


The Houston Ship Channel was closed on Friday after a collision between a barge and tank vessel that spilled an unknown amount of a gasoline ingredient. Read more

Emergency Response

Ships traveling in the Houston Ship Channel through the spill area are limited to one-way traffic but tows are moving two-way, reported West Gulf Maritime Association. Read more

Offshore & Marine

Worst Texas chemical disaster in 14 years enters second week. Read more

Health, Safety & Environmental

Chevron Corp wants to build or buy a refinery along the U.S. Gulf Coast to process crude oil from its rapidly growing Permian Basin operations. Read more

Refining & Petrochemical Processing

Marathon Petroleum has completed the acquisition of Andeavor, forming the largest independent U.S. refiner by capacity; shareholders approved the deal last week. Read more


Enterprise Products Partners L.P. announced that construction is under way to increase loading capacity for liquefied petroleum gas, primarily propane and butane, at the Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal. Read more

Offshore & Marine

Enterprise Products Partners L.P., as of June 1, 2018, is the exclusive provider of residual marine fuel and marine gas oil at its Enterprise Hydrocarbons Terminal on the Houston Ship Channel. Read more

Offshore & Marine

Permian production is expected to increase by approximately 70 percent in 2022, and the Katy, Texas, and Houston Ship Channel markets are a natural destination for these volumes, according to Shelley Corman-Frisby... Read more


Lee College Economic Alliance event in Pasadena 2017

©Kim Christensen

Houston Ship Channel and Port Houston re-opened quickly after Hurricane Harvey, but sustained serious damage that must be rectified in the likelihood of any future storms. Read more

Offshore & Marine

New facility to support growing demand for petrochemical and hydrocarbon storage solutions Read more


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