Watco provides numerous operations at the Bayway Refinery in Linden, New Jersey. The Bayway Refinery is both the largest and oldest petroleum producing refinery on the East Coast. The refinery is currently owned and operated by Phillips 66. Several other Customers also operate within the refinery property limits. In turn, Watco also provides service to the following Customers: Infinium, Eastman, and Veolia.
Watco currently operates the 40-acre crude by rail transload terminal located in Bayway. At this facility, the Watco receives unit trains of crude oil, spots the trains to the unloading racks, and unloads the trains. The Team inspects each train when it arrives, they inspect the valves, wheels, brakes and all other safety appliances. They make repairs to the safety appliances to allow the train to leave and be interchanged. The Team also performs preventive maintenance on the unloading rack, pumps, and various other systems in the terminal at the Customer’s request and documented weekly and monthly.
In addition to operating the crude rail terminal, Watco also operates the main loading racks inside the refinery. Watco Team members load NGL’s around the clock, seven days a week. This provides for all of the loading and shipping of the refinery’s light ends.
Watco also provides all switching and railcar movement and placement within the refinery. Watco’s Switching Team operates and maintains 12 miles of track within the refinery. Watco is responsible for all inbound and outbound rail supply chain.
- Rail Car Inspection & Maintence
- Preventive Maintenance
|Track Space||12 Miles|
|Commodities Handled||Crude Oil|