The PROJECT for Expansion and Modernization of the Pemba Marine Terminal does not present fatal issues that would make its implementation unfeasible. This is, at least, the main conclusion advanced by the environmental pre-feasibility study and definition of scope consulted by “Notícias”.

The work done by a specialized company, called EnAmbiente, recommends, however, that environmental studies should be continued in order to detail the aspects identified and to establish measures necessary to reduce negative impacts and maximize the positive effects.

Some years ago, Petromoc designed the project for the expansion and modernization of the Pemba Ocean Terminal (TOP), aiming, among other objectives, to increase the storage capacity from 7500 cubic meters to 18 thousand cubic meters; construction of a new filling crane composed of 3 islands; a new 10 inch pipeline, exclusively for the reception of diesel and bunker operations; replacement of the fire fighting system, and rehabilitation of two tanks with a capacity of 250 cubic meters each for the reception and storage of Jet A-1.

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