119 Frontage Road (East Haven-Inland) Facility:

The inland facility is located approximately one mile to the east/northeast of New Haven harbor. The East Haven/New Haven town line approximately bisects the property from north to south. The property is bounded on the north, south, and east by privately owned land, and on the west partially by privately owned land and partially by city of New Haven land. Its location provides direct access to Interstate Highways I-91 and I-95.

Product Transportation Modes:

Bulk petroleum product moves into and out of the terminal via:

  • Vessel
  • Barge
  • Truck
  • Buckeye Pipeline (Regional - approximately 85 miles northbound, New Haven, CT to Chicopee, MA )
  • Local pipeline transfer between New Haven Terminal and neighboring facilities

Products Currently Handled:

  • No. 2 fuel oil
  • Ultra-low sulfur and low sulfur diesel fuels
  • Kerosene
  • Biodiesel

Tank Farm:

  • Total land area of approximately 63.1 acres; 31.6 acres in the city of New Haven, 31.5 acres in the town of East Haven Land area occupied by the tank farm, within secondary containment, approximately 18.6 acres
  • Truck rack area, in the southwest corner of the property occupies approximately 2.8 acres
  • Ten (10) truck loading rack positions
  • Fifteen (15) above-ground storage tanks, within secondary containment
  • Tanks range in size from 26,635 bbls to 294,798 bbls, totaling 1,755,019 bbls
  • Connected to the Waterfront Street tank farm via two (2) sixteen inch diameter lines, each just under one mile in length
  • The 16” diameter lines are used for two-way product transfer between inland and waterfront tank farms and to/from finger pier
  • Direct access to the regional Buckeye Pipeline system
  • Direct transfer access, via local, private pipelines to the following New Haven harbor terminal facilities: Magellan, Gateway, Gulf
  • Product blending