Tank Storage News

/Tank Storage News/

Vopak and Tianjin Port Group Forge Strategic Alliance to Advance Green Energy Infrastructure

In a significant move towards sustainable energy development, Vopak has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement with the delegation led by the vice mayor of Tianjin. This collaboration is aimed at repurposing the infrastructure of Vopak Tianjin to accommodate new energy sources, such as green methanol, sustainable aviation fuel, and potentially ammonia and Liquid Organic hydrogen [...]

June 11th, 2024|Storage News|

Vivo Energy to Invest Over $550 mln in South Africa, Minister Says

Vivo Energy, owned by global commodities trader Vitol, will invest an initial 10 billion rand ($550.79 million) in its South African operations following its merger with Engen, South Africa’s trade minister Ebrahim Patel said on Wednesday. The investment is part of a range of public interest and competition commitments, designed to prevent job losses and [...]

May 24th, 2024|Storage News, Storage Terminal|

Vopak Ups Outlook as Demand for Energy Storage Boosts Profit

Tank storage company Vopak VOPA.AS on Wednesday raised its full-year profit target, as it beat quarterly earnings expectations on the back of strong demand for energy storage. Disruptions in energy supply chains due to the war in Ukraine have benefited Vopak, as the West invests in import terminals, floating storage and regasification to reduce its [...]

May 24th, 2024|Tank storage|

GES & Provaris to Develop Rotterdam Hydrogen Import Facility

Global Energy Storage (GES) and Provaris Energy have entered a collaboration agreement to develop a gaseous hydrogen import facility at the GES terminal in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. GES is developing a multi-client, multi-product terminal in Rotterdam, able to import both refrigerated ammonia and compressed hydrogen, with redeliveries into barges, rail, truck and the H2 grid [...]

April 11th, 2024|Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam storage|

Rotterdam on Track to Becoming Truly Sustainable Port

Despite a slight decline in total cargo throughput, 2023 was a year of success for the Port of Rotterdam which is making significant strides in becoming more sustainable. Last year saw major investment decisions that are contributing to making the port and the logistics chain to and from Rotterdam greener. The financial results were stable [...]

February 27th, 2024|Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam storage|

Rubis Terminal has Become the Company to Join EEMUA as a Corporate Member

Rubis Terminal, a leading major independent provider of industrial liquid bulk products and gases, operating across France, Spain, Belgium, and the Netherlands, has announced its membership with EEMUA. With 15 terminals under its operation, Rubis Terminal is known for providing flexible, reliable, and responsible solutions across various sectors, including fuel, biofuel, chemicals, and agrifood. Hugues [...]

February 27th, 2024|Storage Terminal|

Noord Natie Odfjell Terminal Expands

In an exciting development, it has been announced that a final investment decision has been reached for the expansion of Noord Natie Odfjell Antwerp Terminal (NNOAT). This expansion includes the construction of ten new tanks and an additional loading bay, marking another milestone in NNOAT’s impressive growth journey. The new tanks will provide an additional [...]

January 23rd, 2024|Storage News, Tank storage, Tank Terminal|

New Terminal at Immingham Port to Support Import of Green Ammonia from Saudi’s NEOM

UK’s ports operator Associated British Ports (ABP) has launched a tender seeking a lead contractor or consortium to design and build a bulk liquid green energy terminal at the Port of Immingham. According to ABP, Immingham Green Energy Terminal (IGET) will be a multi-user bulk liquid green energy terminal to support the import of green [...]

January 4th, 2024|Tank Terminal|

Stolt Tankers is First to Apply Innovative Graphene Coating Technology to the Hull of a Chemical Tanker

Stolt Tankers is the first shipping company in the world to apply a cutting-edge sustainable coating to the hull of one of its chemical tankers, Stolt Lotus. The X-GIT FUEL graphene technology, developed by Graphite Innovation & Technologies (GIT) Coatings, has the potential to reduce fuel consumption and resulting greenhouse gas emissions. X-GIT FUEL is a [...]

January 4th, 2024|Storage News|

Port of Antwerp-Bruges to Expand Port Lumut into a Maritime Hub

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges and the Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Perak (PKNP), a state development agency in Malaysia, have forged a strategic cooperation to develop the Port of Lumut. According to the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, the European Commission has awarded a €1.9 million ($2 million) grant for feasibility studies, recognising the port’s potential as a logistics [...]

January 4th, 2024|Tank storage|
error: