August 17, 2020 [Zawya] – Oman’s newest oil terminal, encompassing a complex of facilities for the storage and export of refined petroleum products from the under-construction Duqm Refinery & Petrochemical scheme, is rapidly taking shape within the Port of Duqm on the Sultanate’s southeastern coast.
When operational in 2023, alongside the multibillion-dollar refinery project, the oil terminal will position Duqm as a new energy hub for Oman, according to a report published in Duqm Economist, the quarterly newsletter of the Special Economic Zone Authority of Duqm (SEZAD).
The Duqm Liquid Bulk Berth, as it is formally referred to, is a landmark in its own right. Conceived initially as an export facility for the refined petroleum products of Duqm Refinery, it has since been scaled up to serve assorted international energy firms looking to operate out of Duqm.
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