About NOLA Oil Terminal

Ship & Barge Dock

NOLA Oil Terminal will be able to berth tankers up to 170,000 dwt (deadweight metric tons) at each dock. Three deepwater safe berths and one barge docks are planned for initial construction phase. Each dock can service up to two ocean-going vessels per week, and the barge docks can process up to 120 barges per week per dock.

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Tank Storage

NOLA Oil Terminal will have the capacity to store up to 10 million barrels of crude oil and clean petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. The terminal will also accommodate blending, storing and transferring needs.

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Pipeline Access

Our strategic location provides access to several existing crude oil pipelines.

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This boost to our economy couldn’t come at a better time, and NOLA Oil Terminal represents the kinds of projects Plaquemines Parish is looking for. Not only will this flagship be an economic driver for the Parish, but it will also put us on the map as the first deep water wharf able to accommodate these massive tankers, signaling a bright economic future for Plaquemines Parish.

Plaquemines Parish Port Chairman

Benny Rouselle

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Meet the NOLA Oil Terminal Team

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Principal Engineer

Board Member

Board Member