Mid-Atlantic Port

Resources Market Infrastructure Policy

Resources: A measure of total energy production and consumption per capita

Market: The cost of consumption, measured in electricity prices and gasoline taxes

Infrastructure: Capacity to generate and refine energy sources; miles of pipelines

Port of Wilmington

The Port of Wilmington—a medium-sized deep-water port located at the confluence of the Christina and Delaware rivers—features a state-of-the-art bulk petroleum terminal and storage depot and accepts crude oil and petroleum products from around the globe.


Baltimore is the third largest U.S. coal export port. Coal is transported by rail from mines throughout the Appalachian region to CONSOL Energy’s Marine Terminal and the smaller Curtis Bay Terminal, where it is then shipped to European and Asian markets.

New Jersey Shore

Much of the New York Harbor area lies on the New Jersey shore. The harbor has a petroleum bulk terminal storage capacity of more than 75 million barrels, making it the largest petroleum product hub in the Northeast.

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