Vecenergy's Port Everglades petroleum terminal, totaling 1.35 million barrels of storage, operates under an exclusive lease agreement with Valero.

Vecenergy is active in planning, designing, building and operating facilities for the safe and efficient offloading, storage and distribution of bulk petroleum products. Operations include product terminals at Port Everglades and the Port of Palm Beach in Florida, and terminals in Montgomery, Alabama; Macon, Georgia; and Albuquerque, New Mexico, with total capacity exceeding 2 million barrels.

Terminals, Distribution & Marketing

Vecenergy Logistics is the infrastructure development arm that plans, designs and builds high-capacity terminals to store and distribute bulk petroleum and fuel products. Vecenergy’s 1.35 million barrel Port Everglades terminal in Ft. Lauderdale, shown at right, is the latest project completed. A new terminal at Port Manatee is also in the works.

South Florida Materials

South Florida Materials Corp. operates a liquid asphalt and bulk diesel terminal at the Port of Palm Beach totaling 350,000 barrels of capacity. The facility provides the southeast region of Florida with an essential material for asphalt contracting and a strategically located source for bulk diesel fuel.

South Florida Petroleum Services

South Florida Petroleum Services provides safe and efficient petroleum offloading services through state-of-the-art infrastructure installed at multiple berths within Port Everglades.

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