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Moda sells Houston terminal interest

Jan. 23, 2024
Liquids terminaling company divests 50% stake in Vopak Moda joint-venture facility in deal with European operator Exolum

Moda Midstream, and financial sponsor EnCap Flatrock Midstream, recently completed the sale of Moda’s 50% interest in the Vopak Moda Houston terminal joint venture to Madrid, Spain-based Exolum, a European liquid logistics company.

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

“Moda has again accomplished its mission to develop the most advantaged, sophisticated terminaling infrastructure in our industry,” Jonathan Z. Ackerman, Moda CEO and co-founder, said in a news release. “I applaud the collaboration and execution by Moda’s team of experts in commercial development, engineering and design, project management, operations, and sustainability. I also would like to thank the EnCap Flatrock Midstream team for their support over our many years of partnership during the commercialization of the Vopak Moda Houston terminal facility, the Moda Ingleside Energy Center, and other Moda assets.”

Added Gregory C. King, EnCap managing partner: “The Moda team has successfully delivered a world-class asset for the storage and handling of ammonia in the Houston Ship Channel. Throughout our eight-year partnership, the Moda team has demonstrated its unique capabilities to develop flagship terminals across multiple geographies and markets for both traditional energy and as early movers to meet growing global demand for low-carbon energy products.

“Our success with Moda is an excellent example of partnering with the best management teams in the midstream space to generate superior returns for our investors.”

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