Chevron plans to sell its Staten Island terminal.

The terminal is one of the few Northeast marketing facilities not included in Chevron's sale of assets to Cumberland, according to J. D. Eagerton Jr., Chevron's mid-Atlantic operations manager. The San Francisco-based oil company, which is leaving the Northeast light petroleum products business after the sale of its assets to Cumberland Farms, said that if the company does not get an acceptable bid, terminal operations will be suspended June 30. The terminal is spread over about 500 acres along the western side of the island and includes about 5 million barrels of storage.

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