Logistics & Terminal Operations

Hunt Refining Company and its affiliates have transportation and storage facilities in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi.

Alabama Bulk Terminal Company, LLC

The Alabama Bulk Terminal Company, LLC provides a means of receiving waterborne crude oil into the Hunt Refining Company system. It also provides the strategic ability to market products into the southern Alabama and Florida regions. The facility sits on 57 acres located on the east bank of the Mobile River, with easy access to the Gulf of Mexico. It currently has nine tanks ranging in size from 25,000 barrels to more than 370,000 barrels, with an overall facility capacity of 1.2 million barrels. The facility also has a marine dock that can accommodate inland barges, ocean barges and ships up to 800 feet in length, as well as a rack loading system for trucks.

Hunt Crude Oil Supply

Hunt Crude Oil Supply Company, based in Melvin, Alabama, is the hub of more than 200 miles of pipelines. It has a 335,000 barrel storage system that supplies the Tuscaloosa refinery with both foreign and domestic crude oils. Crude oil is trucked or pipelined to five field stations located in west Alabama and east Mississippi, then delivered via pipeline to Melvin Station. The station pumps a daily average of 40,000 barrels of crude oil blend to the Tuscaloosa refinery. Field stations and pipeline status are continuously monitored by personnel from the control room located in Melvin Station.

Vicksburg Terminal

The Vicksburg Terminal of Hunt Southland Refining Company, LLC sits on 14 acres of land in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The facility is located near the Mississippi River on the Yazoo Diversion Canal. The terminal has 15 storage tanks that can hold up to 387,000 barrels of product, and it has the capability to load and unload barges. The terminal also has several truck loading and unloading stations to handle different products.

Lumberton Terminal

The Lumberton Terminal of Hunt Southland Refining Company, LLC sits on 50 acres in Lumberton, Mississippi. The terminal produces and ships emulsified asphalt. It also serves as a terminal for paving grade asphalt. It has 39 tanks and a total storage capacity of more than 357,000 barrels. Approximately 30 to 35 trucks can be loaded per day.

Additional Locations

Hunt Refining Company leases and maintains terminal facilities in the following locations:

  • Decatur, Alabama
  • Holt, Alabama
  • Mobile, Alabama
  • Panama City, Florida
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Bainbridge, Georgia
  • Lithonia, Georgia
  • Perry, Georgia
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Dallas, Texas

These locations provide customers the convenience of local supply.