St James PAA Oil Terminal
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The St. James facility has a manifold and header system designed to allow receipts and deliveries with connecting pipelines at their maximum operating capacity.
  • Located adjacent to the Mississippi river, the St. James facility also contains a barge and ship dock, which receives crude oil and condensate from ships and inter-coastal barges.
  • Additionally, the dock is capable of loading barges and is also directly connected with a crude oil rail terminal
  • The terminal connects to the Capline Oil Pipeline


Ongoing Projects

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Other Information

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  • 2007 - Terminal operations started
  • 2011 - Third expansion launched

Relevant Links

  1. Plains All American Pipeline Announces St. James Terminal Expansion; Comments on Third Quarter Results

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