Savage is involved in several joint ventures, including those listed below. We value the opportunity to build on our experience through corporate development partnerships with other leading businesses. Contact us to learn more about business opportunities.
Savage Saudi Arabia is a joint venture company between Savage and and Ahmad Nasser Albinali Holding Company. Savage Saudi Arabia provides services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia similar to services offered in North and South America for petroleum coke and sulphur handling refineries.
Learn more at https://www.savagesaudiarabia.com/.
In March 2020, Savage announced its newest joint venture with Ridgewood Infrastructure: Transportation Infrastructure Partners. The partnership is focused on acquiring and operating essential transportation and logistics infrastructure throughout the United States, with Savage as the operator of investments made by the partnership, including Carolina Marine Terminal.
Savage Water Solutions provides fresh water services to oil producers and transportation companies in the Bakken to support the fracking process. Water depots are strategically located to minimize time and cost associated with moving water to a well site. Savage Water Solutions also operates joint venture River Water.
Learn more at https://savagewatersolutions.com/.
Gulf Sulphur Services LTD., LLLP (GSS)
Gulf Sulphur Services LTD., LLLP (GSS) was formed in 2002 between Savage and Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC. GSS plays a strategic role in the sulphur markets providing extensive throughput and forming capacity to ensure off-take of sulphur from refineries and a secure supply of sulphur to consumers. The joint venture owns and operates sulphur handling and process terminals in Galveston, Texas and Tampa, Florida that include liquid storage, sulphur forming, and solid storage. GSS also leases or owns and operates two liquid storage and sulphur forming and storage facilities—one in St. James, Louisiana (RSF) and one in Chicago, Illinois (MWFF).