|  Clifton Linton

Phillips 66 Opens Freeport, TX LPG Export Terminal

Phillips 66 said on Dec. 16 that its Freeport, Texas liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export terminal was “fully operational.” Phillips 66 loaded its first contracted refrigerated propane/butane cargo on the Commander – a very large gas carrier – and it departed on Dec. 16, a company statement said. The terminal can load two ships simultaneously with refrigerated propane and butane at a combined rate of 36,000 barrels per hour. The terminal is supplied from Phillips 66 Partners’ Sweeny fractionator and Clemens Caverns storage facility, which is connected by pipeline to the Mt. Belvieu, Texas NGL hub. At that rate of loading, the terminal could ...

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