Phillips 66 and CLH Pipeline System have entered into a long-term throughput contract to December 2033.
Under the contract, Phillips will continue to supply a significant volume of petroleum products from its Humber Refinery into the CLH-PS pipeline at Killingholme, UK, each year.
CLH-PS will transport the material to the Bramhall Terminal, from where it will be delivered to Phillips 66 wholesale and retail customers via the Bramhall Terminal road rack.
As part of the agreement, Bramhall Terminal will be operated and maintained by CLH-PS.
Bramhall is a key fuels supply terminal in the UK network and an important hub in Phillips 66's logistics infrastructure. It comprises storage capacity of 44 million litres and is capable of supporting increased demand for fuel supply in the coming years.
Mary Wolf, managing director, UK marketing at Phillips 66, says: 'As part of this contact, extensive capital investments have been made to enhance Bramhall Terminal's capability and significantly expand our customer offering in the region.'
Nacho Casajus, CEO of CLH-PS, adds: 'This continues our strategy of insourcing our terminals into CLH operation so we are able to offer an integrated, first-class service to our customers.'
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