Limetree Bay Terminal, a 34-million-barrel crude and petroleum products storage and marine terminal facility, is strategically located in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. This marquee energy and logistics hub is at the crossroads of the global crude and refined products markets close to the Caribbean, Central and South America, Mexico, West Africa, and the U.S. Gulf Coast export markets, and facilitates the storage, segregation, blending, and global movement of crude oils, fuel oils, bunker, gasolines, diesel, jet fuel, and liquid petroleum gases. Customers include integrated global oil majors, refiners, and global trading houses. The facility consists of 167 tanks, with a capacity of approximately 34 million barrels, and deep water access to 11 docks including an offshore Single Point Mooring Buoy (SPM) capable of loading and discharging vessels up to VLCC size.
Limetree Bay Terminal’s size, strategic location, and extensive transportation infrastructure offer customers significant flexibility. Limetree Bay Terminal is a critical infrastructure link connecting U.S. supplies with growing international demand.