Royal Vopak has released plans to expand its Jakarta tank terminal (JTT) by 100,000 cubic metres for the storage of gasoline and biofuels.
The expansion at Tanjung Priok will take the total tank capacity of JTT to more than 350,000 cubic metres.
The works include eight tanks with a total capacity of 100,000 cubic metres for gasoline, ethanol and biodiesel, a vapour recovery unit and additional (in-line) blending infrastructure to help customers comply with Indonesia's Biofuel Blending Mandate regulations.
The expansion is expected to be commissioned in phases from the first quarter to the fourth quarter in 2019.
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