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New tank farm in Port of Duisburg

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Duisburger Hafen AG and Dutch developer and operator of liquid bulk terminals, Koole Terminals, have signed a joint letter of intent to develop a tank farm for liquid renewable fuels and raw materials such as ammonia in the Port of Duisburg, Germany.

Duisport CEO Markus Bangen says: ‘For the energy turnaround to succeed, Germany’s industry is dependent on the rapid expansion of a high-performance infrastructure for renewable energies such as hydrogen – and we are providing it. In this way, we are making an important contribution to establishing Duisburg as a central hub for sustainable energy products in North Rhine-Westphalia. In Koole, we have found a strong and experienced international partner with the necessary know-how to realise these plans as part of our long-term development strategy.’

Tamme Mekkes, business development director at Koole Terminal says: ‘Koole is an experienced independent operator of twenty-one liquid bulk terminals across seven countries. With our current and planned infrastructure, terminals, modalities, and integrated solutions, we play a leading role in facilitating the energy transition. We are pleased with the opportunity to develop a terminal for sustainable fuels and feedstocks in Duisburg at a pivotal location in Germany. This will allow us to serve existing and new customers even better, going into this new era.’

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