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New Energy Storage Terminal Coming to Rotterdam

Advario, a Dutch-based renewable energy company, has announced plans to develop a cutting-edge energy storage terminal in the Port of Rotterdam. Advario signed a sales and purchase agreement with Aluminium & Chemie B.V. (Aluchemie), which will see its acquire Aluchemie’s land lease. Establishing a presence in the Port of Rotterdam, at the heart of the [...]

April 27th, 2023|Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam storage, Tank storage|

Vopak to Acquire 50% of Eemshaven LNG Terminal, Eyeing Expansion

Royal Vopak and Nederlandse Gasunie have agreed in principle for Vopak to acquire 50% of EemsEnergyTerminal, in Eemshaven, the Netherlands. Gasunie put the 8-bcmy floating LNG terminal into service Sept. 15, 2022. Royal Vopak NV and NV Nederlandse Gasunie have agreed in principle for Vopak to acquire 50% of EemsEnergyTerminal BV, in Eemshaven, the Netherlands. [...]

April 12th, 2023|Tank storage|

Stanlow Terminals to Develop Open-Access Green Ammonia Import Terminal

Essar Group’s Stanlow Terminals has announced it will develop a major new open-access import terminal for green ammonia in the Port of Liverpool, UK. According to Stanlow, this new terminal, which will be an expansion of existing facilities, will provide the connecting infrastructure to enable significant volumes of green ammonia to be imported into the [...]

March 10th, 2023|Storage News, Tank Terminal|

Vitol Plans New Bitumen Storage Facility in Malaysia

Vitol Asia, a subsidiary of Swiss-based energy and commodity trading firm Vitol, will commission a 50,000-70,000t bitumen storage facility in Malaysia’s Tanjung Bin from 2024. Engineering firm Rotary will build the storage tanks at the VTTI ATB terminal and next to Vitol’s recently commissioned ATB refinery in the state of Johor, while Vitol’s global terminal [...]

February 22nd, 2023|Tank Terminal|

Vopak Launches Strategic Review of Port of Rotterdam Chems Terminals

Vopak has launched a strategic review of its three chemicals terminals in the Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands with the outcome potentially including partial divestment of the sites, the firm said on Wednesday. As the Netherlands-based company continues to reshape its portfolio in favour of new energies and feedstocks, the firm has initiated a review of [...]

February 22nd, 2023|Rotterdam storage, Storage News|

Stolthaven Moerdijk: Global Certifications Are Improving Service to Customers

Stolthaven Terminals’ Marco Dalmeijer and Pim van den Doel featured in the January 2023 issue of Tank Storage Magazine, discussing two new global certifications the Moerdijk terminal has gained and the unique benefits the facility offers customers. Stolthaven Terminals took ownership of the Moerdijk terminal in 2012. Located in a lock-free port between Antwerp, Belgium, [...]

February 8th, 2023|Tank Terminal|

Vopak Focuses on Hydrogen Imports in Rotterdam with German Company

Tank storage company Vopak and German hydrogen company Hydrogenious are starting a joint venture in the storage, transport and supply of hydrogen via hydrogen carrier benzyltoluene Through LOHC Logistix, the companies are committing to building a plant in Rotterdam that can initially decouple 1.5 tonnes of hydrogen per day from this carrier. No final decision [...]

January 19th, 2023|Tank Terminal|

Vopak Launches JV to Transport Hydrogen Using Current Infrastructure

Royal Vopak, an independent tank storage company, and a developmental hydrogen company called Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies are launching a joint venture which they believe can accelerate the adoption of hydrogen through a carrier technology that permits the use of current infrastructure. Hydrogenious’ technology combines hydrogen with an inert carrier that makes it possible to transport [...]

January 10th, 2023|Storage News|

Vopak Seeks State Approval for Australian Gas Import Terminal

Dutch oil storage company Vopak on December 20 said it has submitted an environmental plan to the Australian state of Victoria for an LNG import terminal it aims to complete in 2026 to help fill an expected gas shortfall in the country’s southeastern region. Vopak VOPA.AS, which first flagged plans for a liquefied natural gas [...]

January 2nd, 2023|Storage News|

Russia’s Gazprom Neft Eyes Steady Oil Refining Volumes in 2023

Gazprom Neft (SIBN.MM), the oil arm of Russian gas giant Gazprom (GAZP.MM), plans to keep its oil refining steady next year, at around 41 million tonnes, a company manager said, as the firm goes ahead with a modernisation of its ageing refineries. The stable output at Gazprom Neft, which controls Russia’s largest oil refinery in [...]

December 12th, 2022|Tank Terminal|
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