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Deployed Capacity Analysis: Houston Dominates the U.S. Gulf
By Bessie Howard on 9 March 2015
   This chart displays the nine ports in in the United States Gulf Coast which are currently being called by services (full cell & mpc) and their total vessel deployment in TEUs.
   Utilizing BlueWater Reporting's Terminal Analysis for North America, the following chart displays the nine ports in in the United States Gulf Coast which are currently being called by services (full cell & mpc) and their total vessel deployment in TEUs. 
   As of February 2015, the port which handles vessels with the most capacity on the Gulf Coast is Houston, TX with vessels call there with an overall deployed vessel capacity of 534,247 TEUs from its seven terminals. In second place, and with a 45 percent decrease from Houston is the port of New Orleans, LA which handles vessels deploying 293,710 from its four terminals. The port of Mobile, AL with 127,342 TEUs of deployed capacity and 57 percent less than New Orleans. The remaining six ports have vessels calling with only 48,045 TEUs which is only a fraction of the capacity between the top three. Overall, U.S. Gulf Coast ports currently deploy approximately 1,003,344 TEUs.