Oil and gas giant BP has put its Pernis storage terminal in Rotterdam up for sale as part of a push to sell off assets, reports Reuters.
The 150,000m3 terminal, located on a 90-acre site and connected to BP’s 400,000 bpd Rotterdam refinery, includes a jetty terminal and loading facility.
Pernis is used for storing and loading oil products including petrol and diesel onto barges and trucks.
BP has reportedly sold $40 billion (€31.3 billion) of assets since the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. An additional $10 billion in disposals by 2015 has been announced as part of company efforts to cut spending and boost profits.