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Thames Oilport announces additional diesel tankage


Thames Oilport announces that it is to expand the amount of tankage to be used for diesel storage, bringing into use a further 56,000 cbm of tankage from Q1 2017.

This is additional to the 175,000cbm of tankage which came into use in April 2016 and the 64,000 cbm of tankage which was commissioned earlier this month, both of which have been previously announced.

Thames Oilport is being developed in phases, beginning with diesel storage and moving on to storage and road loading for other products.

Notes to editors

Thames Oilport is a deep-water fuel terminal located on the site of the former Coryton refinery, giving direct access to the global fuel supply market and to the world’s most competitive new refineries.

Thames Oilport is a joint venture between Greenergy (two thirds) and Shell (one third).