Shipyard River Coal Terminal

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{{#badges: CoalSwarm |Navbar-Coalexports}}Shipyard River Terminal is a multi-purpose facility located on the Cooper River in Charleston, South Carolina. The facility handles coal, petroleum coke, cement, oils, and various other liquids and materials.[1]

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Coal terminal

The Shipyard River Terminal at the Port of Charleston has been a coal import terminal; the terminal operator is now considering the addition of coal export capability at its existing bulk handling facility.[2][3]

Shipyard River Terminal previously exported coal but the equipment was removed shortly after Kinder Morgan bought the terminal in 1998 from Zeigler Coal Holding Co. for US$35 million. Kinder would like to spend US$200 million to boost capacity at the terminal to 8 million tonnes a year from 2.5 million, but was waiting for a dedicated buyer.[4][5]

As of March 2018 the capacity at the terminal is still reported to be 2.5 mtpa.[6]

Project Details

  • Operator: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners
  • Location: Charleston, South Carolina
  • Capacity (Tonnes per annum): 2.5 million
  • Status: Operating
  • Start year: 1982
  • Sources of coal:

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