Seaport Canaveral was designed and built by VTTI in 2010 at a cost of $150m.
Its strategic location 60 miles from Orlando on Florida’s East Coast, and a three million barrel capacity, enables the terminal to deliver an independent supply of refined petroleum products to the state.
The terminal supplies Florida’s high-traffic tourist airports. It also operates a dedicated pipeline to deliver marine fuels to hydrants at the Port of Canaveral’s cruise ship terminal, used by the major tourist cruise lines.
Storage Capacity. The terminal operates 24 tanks, with a total available storage capacity of 2.8 million barrels / 454,000 m3.
Accessibility. The terminal is accessible by ship, barge and road, and has two berths with a maximum draft of 39 feet. It also operates a dedicated pipeline to serve cruise ships at Port Canaveral.
Product Scope.The terminal handles, among others, gasoline, jet fuel, gasoil, ethanol, biodiesel and fuel oil.