Malaysian Oil Project Set to Rival Rotterdam

Dateline 2104-12-22, The Maritime Executive:

Petronas, Royal Vopak and Dialog Group Berhad have agreed to develop an industrial terminal for Petronas’ Pengerang Integrated Complex in the Johor district of Malaysia. The agreement is part of a larger plan to establish Malaysia as a rival to global oil hubs such as Rotterdam, Houston and Singapore.

The terminal, developed under the Pengerang Terminal Phase 2 project, will have a storage capacity of up to 2.1 million cubic meters (cbm) for crude, refined products, petrochemical products and LPG. The marine infrastructure includes 12 berths with a jetty facility with water depths of up to 24m capable of handling VLCCs. Berths for unloading and reloading of LNG vessels up to QMax-sized are also included in the plans


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