Port Corpus Christi was well represented in Colombia for the XVI Colombian Congress of Petroleum and Gas in Bogota. This meeting is the top oil and gas conference in Colombia and is attended by Colombian and International representatives of oil and gas entities.
While attending the conference, Port Corpus Christi Director of Business Development, Ruben Medina met with the global communations outlet, NotiMex.
Mr. Medina explained the strategic logistics advantages that are unique to Port Corpus Christi, and strategic partnerships in place with top Latin American ports.
Read more (Spanish) from NotiMex: Corpus Christi busca ser principal puerto energetico de Latinoamerica
South Texas transportation projects are critical to the United States Economy. These include the Interstate 69, Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge, and Corpus Christi Ship Channel Improvement Projects.
Congressman Blake Farenthold represents the South Texas region, and is the Senior Republican on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. He addresses these vital projects in an article, Talking Texas Transportation.
You can read the full article from Congressman Farenthold here.
To All PORT USERS:
Port Tariff 100-A, Item 669, Access to Port Authority Property, was amended on April 21, 2015 primarily to reflect the deletion of obsolete information, and to provide users with clarification on how to enroll their Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), free of charge, into the Port Security Command Center Access Control System.
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Strategically located on the western Gulf of Mexico, Port Corpus Christi is the sixth largest port in the United States in total tonnage. With a straight, 45' deep channel, the Port provides quick access to the Gulf, the United States inland waterway system and the world beyond.