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Hifa Petrol acquires fifth liquid fuels terminal

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Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Hifa Petrol has acquired a liquid fuels terminal in Ševarlije near Doboj, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

With this step, Hifa Petrol has become the owner of a fifth terminal, besides those in Bukvi near Tešanj, Gruda, Mostar and Vogošca.

The terminal in Ševarlije consists of two parts: a gas terminal with a capacity of 2.5 million l and an oil terminal capacity of 1 million l.

The total storage capacity of Hifa Petrol for petroleum and petroleum products is 12.6 million l, of which 9 million l is liquids, and 3.6 million l is gas. 

The terminals consist of aboveground and underground storage tanks, fire protection facilities and free surfaces with access roads (road and rail).

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