Ningbo-Zhoushan Port Opens VLCC Terminal
05.18.2020 By Greta Talmaci - NEWS

May 18, 2020 [Seatrade Maritime News] – Huangzeshan oil transfer terminal in Zhejiang province has officially opened for international trade.

The 99,256 dwt crude oil tanker Krasnodar called at No.1 crude oil berth of Huangzeshan oil transfer terminal, Ningbo-Zhoushan port, marking the terminal’s official opening for international trade.

Huangzeshan oil transfer terminal is the first VLCC class oil berth in north water area of Zhejiang province, is a key project at Zhejiang Free Trade Pilot Zone International Oil Storage Base.

The whole project consists of one 300,000 tonnes-class crude oil berth, one 80,000 tonnes-class oil berth, two 10,000 tonnes-class oil berth, a 1m cu m crude oil storage tank, a 510,000 cu m product oil storage tank and related facility.

Ningbo-Zhoushan port is a major port for China’s coastal oil products transportation and storage. The port currently operates several oil terminals in Zhejiang, including Asia’s largest 450,000 tonne crude oil terminal at its Daxie port area.


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