The company will invest US$55 million in the project, with work to commence in 1Q 2018
Pecsa has decided to invest more than US $ 55 million in a new 90,000-square-meter liquid fuel storage terminal, and among its main services, it aims to provide storage to third parties, in addition to improving the distribution of fuel in the southern part of the country.
With an initial storage capacity of 21.6 million gallons of fuel, the terminal will also have a multiboy berth with three underwater pipelines, diesel tanks, fuel and biofuels, loading islands for tankers and railway wagons, and a wastewater treatment plant.
The company proposes to start operations in the second half of 2019, with constructions to begin in the first quarter of 2018. Source: Semana PWKD14082017
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