Port Corpus Christi Approves Lease Agreement with CCI

Port Corpus Christi commissioners have approved a lease agreement with CCI Corpus Christi Infrastructure LLC for approximately 55 acres of land on the north side of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel in the Inner Harbor, for purposes of constructing and operating a marine terminal facility for export of US crude oil, condensate and refined petroleum products via a new oil dock. “This lease agreement aligns with the Port’s vision to be ... [+]

Port Corpus Christi Commissioners adopt MOU for ship channel improvements

The Port Corpus Christi Commissioners adopted a Resolution Approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District (COE) on September 20 for work provided or performed prior to execution of a project partnership agreement for the Corpus Christi Ship Channel - Channel Improvement Project ... [+]

Port Corpus Christi Celebrates World Class Cable Stayed Bridge Construction

Along with State and Federal Officials, Port Corpus Christi is excited to announce the beginning of a truly momentous project. With a symbolic turning of the dirt the official U.S. 181 Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge Replacement Project is set to begin. The groundbreaking ceremony took place at the Solomon P. ... [+]

Texas Crude Oil Reaches Europe via Port Corpus Christi

When the US Federal government repealed a 40 year ban on the export of crude oil and condensates near the end of 2015 Port Corpus Christi was ready with necessary infrastructure in place.  As the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas formation in South Texas began to produce, Port Corpus ... [+]

Port Corpus Christi Posed for Oil Exports

The federal repeal of a several decade long ban on crude oil exports from the United States has positioned Port Corpus Christi as an emergent leader for export of crude and condensate materials from South Texas. An historic first export of U.S. crude oil left Port Corpus Christi on the ... [+]

Former Port Corpus Christi Refrigerated Warehouse Shipped to Colombia

The long standing refrigerated warehouse at Port Corpus Christi was completely dismantled, and well on its way to its second life of service to Port Santa Marta, Colombia in December – per an agreement between the sister ports made in early 2015. The completely disassembled, the warehouse components were loaded and ... [+]

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