on the north shore of Resurrection Bay, this port is considered to
be one of the best ice-free, deep water harbors in the state and is
centrally located near the lucrative fishing grounds of the Gulf of
Alaska and Prince William Sound.
The Seward plant was Petro Marine's first bulk terminal facility
and is adjacent to the shipping lanes that serve Southcentral Alaska,
the Pacific Northwest and the Orient.
With its diversified highway, and rail and barge transportation
link to in-state refineries, the Seward plant provides high-quality
fuels and petroleum products to a domestic and foreign clientele.
Shoreside offers marine diesel fuel via pipeline to vessels at the
Alaska Railroad dock.
In addition, pipeline-delivered marine diesel fuel is available
at the Seward Marine Industrial Center "North Dock",
the City of Seward's "T" Dock and Shoreside Marina located
within the small boat harbor.
To provide customers
with the very best level of service, Petro Marine Services has a
joint marketing arrangement with Shoreside Petroleum.
700 Port Ave./P.O. Box 1189
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