Texas Processing



Buckeye Texas Processing (“BTP”) is located less than 1 mile south of Buckeye Texas Hub (“BTH”), and is the home of 50,000 barrels of condensate splitting capacity and a world-class refrigerated LPG system. The splitter processes condensate into a range of products including LPGs, light and heavy naphtha, kerosene, diesel, and atmospheric tower bottoms. These products can then be sold locally or exported through BTH to markets around the world. BTP also has 1.1 million barrels of refrigerated LPG storage, establishing the facility as a storage and distribution hub, allowing LPGs to be aggregated, stored and sold domestically and internationally. BTP’s connectivity, with pipeline connections to crude basins, local refineries and other processing facilities, provides significant flexibility and optionality for both aggregation and distribution. Total petroleum product storage capacity at the site is 3.3 million barrels.

  • Location: Corpus Christi, Texas (Ship Channel)
  • Capacity: Total of 3.3 million barrels
  • Tank Types: Mild steel
  • Tank Range: 1,500 – 200,000 (working capacity)
  • Access: Truck, rail, pipeline (ETC,Plains)
  • Truck Unloading Unit: 9
  • Products: Crude oil, condensate, fuel oil, refined products, LPGs
  • Services: Storage, splitting (atmospheric distillation), throughput

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