Chaleur Terminals

Chaleur Terminals Inc. (CTI) has secured 250 acres of land at the rail connected international deep-water Port of Belledune and is proposing to build a Terminal. The proposed Belledune Terminal is an approved crude by rail marine terminal with an EIA Certificate complete and received. All requirements have been received to immediately commence terminal construction once backstop agreements have been executed.

The proposed project consists of a low speed rail circuit railway system, a petroleum products terminal permitted up to 3M barrels of storage –  and a three kilometre pipeline to be installed between the facility and the marine terminals at the Port of Belledune. These are required for the transfer of petroleum and refined products to marine vessels, which will provide shipping access to various global markets.

The existing rail and highway, as well the acquired property are well-suited for project development, with minimal environmental disturbance. The pipeline and facility are also intended to have the capacity to receive petroleum products by ship or barge, allowing for transfer of products to the storage tank system and for loading onto railcars for shipment back into Canada.

CTI is committed to building and operating in a safe and reliable manner; ensuring construction, operations, maintenance and monitoring are managed by highly skilled and trained personnel.

CTI is affiliated with an Alberta-based company that owns and operates eight existing pipeline connected full service terminals as well as four full service rail terminals, all of which have exemplary safety records and a history of active community involvement. CTI looks forward to becoming an integral part of Northeastern New Brunswick and the Belledune community, while providing significant economic benefit to the region.