Located along the Tennessee Tombigbee waterway, the facility has storage for gasoline, diesel and ethanol, and features direct access to most of the Gulf Coast refining centers through an interconnect with the Colonial pipeline system. The intermodal terminal also offers truck and marine transportation options and future rail capabilities.

The design of the terminal features five storage tanks, including 120,000 barrels of capacity for ethanol, a three-bay automated truck rack and dock facilities that can accommodate four barges simultaneously. The terminal is located on an 80-acre site being leased from the Greene County Industrial Development Board.

Jerry Thompson, president and CEO for Teppco’s general partner, said: The Boligee terminal represents the centerpiece of our ongoing strategy to develop a network of terminals at key locations along the nation’s inland waterways and complements our growing marine transportation and services business.