Maverick Terminals bulk liquid storage expands No. 2Maverick Terminals bulk liquid storage expands No. 2https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=141992016-08-18T05:00:00Z2016-08-18T20:20:00Z

​​​​BROWNSVILLE - Maverick Terminals LLC has expanded its presence at the Port of Brownsville to meet a growing demand for energy commodities in and out of Mexico. 

Maverick, a bulk liquid terminal subsidiary of Howard Energy Partners, has begun operations of its second terminal, Brownsville Liquids Terminal Two.

The new terminal consists of four tanks with a total capacity of 300,000 barrels, expandable to 700,000 barrels used for storage and handling of fuel oil from various inland refineries in Mexico. 

“The nearest comparable facilities are located a considerable distance from the border, and with the rapidly developing changes occurring in Mexico as a result of the recently enacted energy reform, facilities located in the Port of Brownsville are going to play a major role in the movement of energy commodities into and out of Mexico,” said Mark Helmke, senior vice president of Terminals and Transportation for Howard Energy Partners.

The project is an expansion of Maverick’s original Brownsville Liquids Terminal One, consisting of 21 tanks providing 221,000 barrels of bulk liquid storage.

“The expansion of our services in Brownsville marks an important step in our effort to provide for the growing need for efficient bulk liquid logistics services for the movement of commodities in and out of Mexico,” Helmke explained.​

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