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Oiltanking Copenhagen commissions new fuel terminal

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Oiltanking Copenhagen has announced that it has commissioned 78 000 m3 of storage and related infrastructure, creating a motor-fuel distribution hub in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The terminal has been built in accordance with the highest safety and environmental standards.

Following the facility's acquisition in 2016, a project was initiated to re-develop the site for the distribution of road fuels such as gasoline, diesel, bioethanol, FAME/HVO, and additives. The site has three truck loading gantries from which truck drivers can load their trucks 24/7. The site is extensively automated.

The main target group served by this new terminal are service stations on Zealand and in Copenhagen, Denmark. It also supplies industrial customers with diesel.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/03112020/oiltanking-copenhagen-commissions-new-fuel-terminal/

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