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Rotterdam Introduces Port Fee Reduction for Ships Bunkering Sustainable Marine Fuels

However, the port authority has determined that the discount does not apply to bio-blended fuel oil, marine gas oil, or marine diesel oil, as that market is already mature in Rotterdam. Port of Rotterdam on Thursday (5 October) said it will offer a substantial port fee reduction for ships that bunker sustainable fuels in Rotterdam, [...]

October 12th, 2023|Port of Rotterdam|

Gate Terminal Awards Owner Engineer Services Deal for 4th LNG Tank at Rotterdam Port

Gate terminal, a joint venture of Dutch gas operators Vopak and Gasunie, has selected Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructure to deliver the owner engineering services for the fourth LNG storage tank in the port of Rotterdam. The contract was awarded to Sacyr’s engineering subsidiary Sacyr Proyecta as part of Gate terminal’s expansion plan to add a [...]

October 12th, 2023|Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam storage|

Port of Rotterdam Taps Proton Venture to Study Feasibility of Ammonia Export Terminal in WA

Port of Rotterdam has awarded a feasibility study contract to Proton Venture, an ammonia engineering company, for the scoping and conceptual design of an ammonia export terminal in Western Australia (WA).   Via this future ammonia hub to be located in Oakajee, the Dutch port aims to import 3 million tons of ammonia per year [...]

June 10th, 2023|Port of Rotterdam|

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|

Rotterdam Studies Large-Scale Ammonia Cracking for Hydrogen Imports

A group of 18 companies led by the Port of Rotterdam Authority has launched a study into the feasibility of establishing a large-scale ammonia cracker to enable imports of around 1m tonnes of hydrogen annually for the decarbonisation of industry and mobility. A large part of the hydrogen for North-West Europe will be imported, including [...]

December 12th, 2022|Port of Rotterdam|

Rotterdam Aims to Supply 4.6 Million MT/Year of Hydrogen by 2030

The Port of Rotterdam could supply 4.6 million mt/year of hydrogen to Europe by 2030 from local production and imports, it said May 10. That would be a substantial share of the 20 million mt/year of European production and imports the EU targeted by 2030 under its recent REPowerEU package. The figure was based on [...]

June 1st, 2022|Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam storage|
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