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Rates

Devall Barge Fleeting

Barge Designations
Regulation: denotes any/all barges less than 200′ in length AND less than 35′ in width
Non-Regulation: denotes any/all barges OVER 200′ in length and/or OVER 35′ in width

Devall Enterprises – Sulphur, LA
East Fleet – ICWW 242 Regulation $95
Non-Regulation $120
West Fleet – ICWW 242 Regulation $95
Non-Regulation $120
Ramp Charge per Use $550
Miscellaneous Charges – East/West Fleets
Trash per bag/Boxes $10
Air Filter(s) Disposal per Filter $10
Oil Filter(s) Disposal per Filter $5
Barge Pumping per Hour $40
Any item deemed larger than a trash bag (ex. Appliance – per item) $25
Dock Fee $150
Victoria Fleet – Victoria, TX
Victoria Fleet – VBC 29 Regulation $150
Non-Regulation $225
Miscellaneous Charges – Victoria Fleet
Trash per Bag/Boxes $10
Air Filter(s) Disposal per Filter $10
Oil Filter(s) Disposal per Filter $5
Barge Pumping per Hour $40
Any item deemed larger than a trash bag (ex. Appliance – per item) $25

*All above fleeting rates are on a per day basis
*Regulation – any/all barges less than 200′ in length and less than 35′ in width
*Non-Regulation – any/all barges over than 200′ in length and/or over 35′ in width

Devall Shifting

To/From Devall Fleet (Calcasieu Intersection) Rate
Accutrans $650
Alcoa $375
Axiall $650
Bayou Dinde $2,270
BT-1 $550
Cal Refinery $550
Cameron $1,360
Citgo $550
Citgo Clifton Ridge $550
Conoco Pecan Grove $550
Dunham Price $775
EMR Scrap/Southern Rec. $860
Falco $275
Five S $275
Greyrock $860
Gulf Island $375
Hackberry LNG $450
Holcim $775
Jennings $5,550
LA Scrap $860
LA Scrap (Old Bollinger) $275
Lake Authur $5,550
Lake Charles City Docks $650
Lafarge $775
Mermentau River Intersection $2,650
North of Saltwater Barrier $1,715
Olin $650
Phillips 66 $650
Phillips Dock (Ellender Bridge) $275
Port Arthur $2,268
Railroad Bridge (I-10 Bridge) $860
Rain CII $550
River Barge Works $275
Tetra (Old Olin Dock) $650
Tubal Cain $275
W.L. Styriene $550
W.R. Grace $550
To/From Devall Fleet (Calcasieu Intersection) Empty Loaded
Orange, TX $1,365 $1,591
1000′ Cut/Beans Fleet $2,268 $2,500
Beaumont/Port Arthur $3,177 $3,402
Bolivar $8,170 $9,072
Galveston/Texas City $9,072 $9,980
Houston, TX $11,057 $13,325
Chocolate Bayou/Freeport $11,057 $13,325
Vessel Horse Power Hourly Rate
1200 HP and Less $275
1250 – 1800 HP $315
1850 HP and Greater $350
Standy Rates Hourly Rate
Engines Running $275
Engines Not Running $250

*Any and all delays will be charged Running Hourly Rates
*Loaded Box Barges will be charged 1.5 x base shift rate
*Oversized Loaded Barges will be charged 2 x base shift rate
*Any Lite Boat To/From will be charged 75% of base shift rate
*Any vessel assist at Calcasieu Locks will be charged a 4 hour minimun
*Any assist on building tow will be charged an hourly rate based on vessel size
*On/Off assist to put in fleet and Dock Shift(s) will be charged $275 per barge
*Fuel surcharge is adjusted weekly and are not included in the base shift rates
(Base fuel price $1.00 – see fuel escalation sheet)

Devall Towing & Boat Service of Hackberry, LLC

Fuel Escalation
Effective 10/1/2016

This fuel escalator applies to all rates for shifts at any and all Devall locations.
Fuel will be escalated weekly using $1.00 as the base price.
Price will be set using local published rates. See rate sheets for references.
Price will be established by the average price of fuel from the prior week.

Per Gallon Diesel
Fuel Price
% Increase in Hourly or
Shift Rates
$1.00-$1.09 2%
$1.10-$1.19 5%
$1.20-$1.29 8%
$1.30-$1.39 11%
$1.40-$1.49 13%
$1.50-$1.59 15%
$1.60-$1.69 17%
$1.70-$1.79 19%
$1.80-$1.89 21%
$1.90-$1.99 22%
$2.00-$2.09 23%
$2.10-$2.19 24%
$2.20-$2.29 25%
$2.30-$2.39 26%
$2.40-$2.49 27%
$2.50-$2.59 28%
$2.60-$2.69 29%
$2.70-$2.79 30%
$2.80-$2.89 31%
$2.90-$2.99 32%
$3.00-$3.09 33%
$3.10-$3.19 34%
$3.20-$3.29 35%
$3.30-$3.39 36%
$3.40-$3.49 37%
$3.50-$3.59 38%
$3.60-$3.69 39%
$3.70-$3.79 40%
$3.80-$3.89 41%
$3.90-$3.99 42%

$275 per hour boat rate at $3.10 fuel
$275 x 1.34 = $368.50

Note: Escalation rates will continue as fuel price increases.

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