Skip to main content

Stena Oil plans Port of Gothenburg storage expansion

Published by
Hydrocarbon Engineering,


In order to prepare for the post IMO 2020 market, Stena Oil are adding 25 000 m3 of storage in the Port of Gothenburg to support distribution of the company’s new 0.5% grade marine fuel. It is also boosting delivery capacity with a newbuild tanker of 5600 deadweight tonnage which will be delivered in March 2020.

Furthermore, in 4Q20, Stena’s new storage terminal in Frederikshavn will be completed. The new terminal, which will be Scandinavia’s largest for marine fuel products, will have a capacity of 75 000 m3 and is located close to one of the busiest shipping lanes in Europe.

“We look forward to a growing bunker market in our region and these projects will further support our growth” wrote the company in a statement. “We have been a very active player in the ULSFO 0.1% market already since 2015 and building on this experience customers can turn to us with confidence for their VLSFO needs going into 2020.”

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/16082019/stena-oil-plans-port-of-gothenburg-storage-expansion/

You might also like

 Shell Catalysts & Technologies

[WEBINAR] Nano-engineered Zeolites in Hydrocracking Catalysts – Unlocking Ultimate Performance

This webinar reveals how an exciting new nano-engineered technology, Shell’s Molecular Access Catalysts for Hydrocracking (MACH), has unlocked this constraint and describes the valuable opportunities this creates for refiners. Register for free today »

 

Efficient pump protection

Ralf Loehe from CIRCOR | SCHROEDAHL examines automatic recirculation valves and their benefits for critical pump protection.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

Downstream news Europe downstream news