The Calhoun Port Authority serves as a gateway to world markets for the Texas mid-coast region. The port plays a vital role in supporting Texas chemical manufacturing industries and in building a stable economic foundation for Calhoun County. It is served by the Matagorda Ship Channel and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. Primary cargo loads handled at our port location include chemicals, petrochemicals, crude oil, agricultural fertilizer and much more. A key part of this mix also includes very high-value chemicals produced by area industries and sold for export to markets around the world. In addition, our facilities are well-suited to accommodate break bulk cargo, heavy equipment, dry bulk materials and just about any load that needs to travel safely and efficiently by ship or by barge.More About Us -->
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF THE CALHOUN COUNTY NAVIGATION INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
The Calhoun County Navigation Industrial Development Authority is posting this Notice of Public Hearing and holding such public hearing pursuant to the requirements of section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, regarding the public approval prerequisite to the exemption from federal income taxation of interest on the Notes described more fully in the Notice of Public Hearing. The public hearing will be held at 9:15 a.m., on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at the administration office of the Calhoun Port Authority, 2313 Farm-to-Market Road 1593 South, Point Comfort, Texas 77978 and via teleconference at Dial-In: 1-866-528-2256, Access Code: 4694109#. The complete Notice of Public Hearing is available by clicking on the link below:
Petrochemical companies rely on our deep expertise, world-class facilities and key regional access to save time and money – solving logistical challenges for the industry.
The Port is actively engaged in deepening and expanding our services to continually support crude oil and condensate transportation.
Our facilities provides the capability to handle large project cargoes, heavy equipment, roll-on/roll-off and a variety of shipments by ship or by barge.
The port currently offers three liquid cargo ship docks and six barge docks that provide substantial flexibility for loading and unloading liquid bulk products.
Our modern public deep draft dock was specifically designed to handle a variety of bulk carriers up to 750-feet in length.