Vesta Terminals has announced plans to expand its storage capacity as well as increase its number of barge berths.
The company says to accommodate growing demand for its storage as well as the need to quickly turnaround vessels, FEED engineering and permit applications are now underway for the project.
The project comprises an additional 150,000 m3 of capacity as well as two additional barge berths.
It is hoped that the project will be complete by early 2019. The facility handles middle distillates, light ends and heavy fuels.
Expanding Oiltanking's footprint in North AmericaThe Trump effect Who's steering the ship? Expanding into new storage opportunities Unleashing America's energy Resurgent petroleum industry driving storage requirements Finite element analysis in cryogenic and refrigerated tank storage design Optimising tank terminal operations: from insight to digitalisation How to avoid building a new 10-year-old terminal Plastic tanks: Farewell to 'fit and forget'