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Vopak Sebarok Commissions Biofuels Blending

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.
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Vopak’s Sebarok terminal in Singapore has successfully commissioned 40,000 m3 of capacity for blending of biofuels into marine fuels. The existing pipeline system was also converted to a dedicated biofuel blending service.

On this development, Rob Boudestijn, president of business unit Singapore, says: ‘Our vision for Sebarok terminal is to be a sustainable multi-fuels hub to strengthen Singapore’s position as the top bunkering hub. As a storage and critical infrastructure services provider, this development can facilitate the entry of more biofuels companies to diversify the supply chain for marine biofuels and accelerate the decarbonization of the shipping industry.’

Vopak is accelerating its global portfolio investments towards new energies and sustainable feedstocks for which it has allocated €1 billion in growth capital by 2030. This will not only shape the future of Vopak, but also positively contribute to the transition within key industrial clusters and shaping of the energy hubs of the future. In this, Vopak focuses to develop new infrastructure solutions in the areas of low-carbon and renewable hydrogen (ammonia, liquid hydrogen, LOHC), CO2, sustainable fuels & feedstocks, and long duration energy storage.

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