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NUSTAR ENERGY L.P. filed this Form 10-K on 02/23/2017
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as associated services, including pilotage, tug assistance, line handling, launch service, emergency response services and other ship services.
Linden, New Jersey. Our Linden terminal facility has two terminals that provide deep-water terminalling capabilities in the New York Harbor and primarily stores petroleum products, including gasoline, jet fuel and fuel oils. The two terminals have a total storage capacity of 4.6 million barrels and can receive and deliver products via ship, barge and pipeline. The terminal facility includes two docks. On January 2, 2015, we acquired full ownership of one of the terminals located at the Linden facility that we previously owned 50% through a joint venture.

Amsterdam. Our Amsterdam terminal has a total storage capacity of 3.8 million barrels. This facility is located at the Port of Amsterdam and primarily stores petroleum products, including gasoline, diesel and fuel oil. This facility has two docks for vessels and five docks for inland barges.

Corpus Christi North Beach. We own and operate a 3.2 million barrel crude oil storage and terminalling facility located at the Port of Corpus Christi in Texas. The facility supports our South Texas Crude System and our customer’s Harvest pipeline system. It also provides our customers with the flexibility to segregate and deliver crude oil and processed condensate. This facility has four docks, including one private dock, and can load crude oil onto ships simultaneously on all four docks at a maximum rate of 95,000 barrels per hour. This facility will have exclusive-use access to the Port of Corpus Christi’s new crude oil dock expected to be completed in 2017. The Corpus Christi North Beach terminal will have the capacity to move on average between 650,000 and 700,000 barrels per day and can accommodate Aframax-class vessels.
Terminal and Storage Facilities
The following table sets forth information about our terminal and storage facilities as of December 31, 2016:
Facility
Tank Capacity
 
(Barrels)
Colorado Springs, CO
328,000

Denver, CO
110,000

Albuquerque, NM
251,000

Abernathy, TX
160,000

Amarillo, TX
269,000

Corpus Christi, TX
483,000

Corpus Christi, TX (North Beach)
3,244,000

Edinburg, TX
340,000

El Paso, TX (b)
419,000

Harlingen, TX
286,000

Laredo, TX
215,000

San Antonio, TX (c)
375,000

Southlake, TX
569,000

Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
35,000

Central West Terminals
7,084,000

 
 
Pittsburg, CA
398,000

Rosario, NM
166,000

Catoosa, OK
358,000

Houston, TX
86,000

Asphalt Terminals
1,008,000

 
 

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