Texas City Crude Oil Imports
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Approximately 400,000 barrels a day of imported crude oil enters the Port
of Texas City. Thats equal to about one crude tanker ship a day. Nearly a third
of the crude comes directly from Venezuela on Aframax or Suezmax tanker
ships. To learn more aboutthe origin of crude imports click the Crude Import web link.
Futhermore, nearly 180,000 bbls/day of the imported crude arriving at the Port of
Texas City from South America on Aframax and Suezmax tankers
is pipelined to the ExxonMobile/Baytown and Houston-Lyondell refineries.
Crude oil arriving on Aframax or Suezmax
tanker ships from the Latin American countries
of Venezuela, Mexcio, Brazil, Colombia, and Ecuador comprise nearly 70% of the total
amount of imported oil arriving in the Port of Texas City.
Daily Imported Barrels of Crude Oil Port of Texas City
October 2007 EIA Data
Texas City Crude Oil Terminals
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