Sunoco Logistics, the oil terminal and pipeline owner, has released its annual report which says it made $417 million (€301 million) in 2010.
Currently the company has 42 refined products terminals throughout the US which store petrol and jet fuel.
In 2010 Sunoco acquired Southwest Terminals in Bay City, Texas, and a terminal and pipeline segment in Big Sandy, Texas. These facilities have a total capacity of 300,000 barrels a day.
The company also bought Butane Blending in July 2010, which it acquired from Texon. The butane will be supplied to companies for the use of blending in pipelines and at petrol terminals.
Sunoco says its total storage capacity now stands at 427.193 million barrels a day, with the highest percentage of its storage located in Pennsylvania where 151.856 million barrels a day is stored.
Other states where the Sunoco has facilities include Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Louisiana and Texas.