Vesta Terminals will expand storage capacity at its Antwerp facility and add two additional barge berths.
The project comprises an additional 150,000 m3 as well as two additional barge berths. This project will involve demolishing parts of its current infrastructure and replacing it with larger thanks. The capacity will handle mainly middle distillates, light ends and heavy fuels.
Other storage projects are also progressing at the Port of Antwerp, which is looking to optimise current infrastructure as well as focus on new emerging markets, such as LNG and LPG.
Ineos, Oiltanking Antwerp Gas Terminal (OTAG) and TGE have broken ground on the world's largest LPG storage tank at the Port. Once complete, the project will mean that OTAG will be the largest independent gas terminal in North-West Europe.
Antwerp Terminal and Processing Company broke ground on the construction of a LPG and ethane storage facility in September 2017.
ITC Rubis has finished the construction of a new tank pit park, with two 10,000 m3 tanks.
Noord Natie Terminals are building additional storage capacity. The stainless steel tank fields N&O with a total capacity of 32,700 m3 will be operation by the end of the third quarter. The company is continuing to increase capacity until mid-2022.
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