Mississippi River Energy Complex

Lower Woodville Road

Natchez, Mississippi 39120


The Mississippi River Energy Complex is a 80± acre site located in Adams County, MS, approximately 3 miles southwest of the city of Natchez. The site was formerly home to International Paper Company. It has a rail spur on-site and access to the Natchez-Adams Port. The site is publicly owned and qualifies for New Markets Tax Credits and GAP Incentives.



80 Total Acres

Property Type

Heavy Industrial


Publicly Owned

Site Information

  • Total Acres: 80±
  • Ownership: Publicly Owned
  • Zoning: Heavy Industrial
  • Previous Use: Former International Paper Company facility
  • Topography: Flat
  • Flood Plain: No
  • Reports & Surveys Available: Phase 1 Environmental, Soil Borings Report
  • Advantages: Rail spur on-site; Access to the Natchez-Adams Port; New Market Tax Credits Eligible; On-site wastewater treatment facility; Eligible for GAP incentives; New electric substation at entrance to the site


  • Interstate Name: I-55 (59.8 miles); I-20 (66.8 miles)
  • Highway Name: U.S. Hwy 61 (6.3 miles); US Hwy 84 (8.3 miles)
  • Airports: Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport ((BTR) 66.5 miles); Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport ((JAN) 102.3 miles)
  • Port: Natchez-Adams County Port (3 miles)
  • Rail: Natchez Railway (on-site) which connects the spur of Canadian National Railroad in Brookhaven, MS.


  • Electric Provider: Cooperative Energy/Southwest Mississippi Electric
  • Transmission Voltage: 115kV
  • Distance to Nearest Substation: On-site
  • Electric Capacity (without upgrades): 8MW (additional 25MW with second transformer) 
  • Natural Gas Provider: American Midstream
  • Gas Main Size: 12 inch high pressure line
  • Water Provider: Natchez Water Works
  • Water Main Size: 8 inch
  • Sewer Provider: Natchez Water Works
  • Sewer Main Size: Wastewater Treatment Facility (25 MGPD total capacity) and 48" diameter discharge line available on-site
  • Telecommunications Provider: AT&T & Sparklight


Chandler Russ
Natchez, Inc. 

Mitch Stringer
Cooperative Energy