Original disclosure @ DFC website
Updated in EWS Jun 24, 2022
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The proposed Project consists of two main activities:
Supporting the ship-to-ship (STS) transfer of crude oil at three berths at the offshore Terminal 1 (T1) of the Açu Port Complex. The Project is currently licensed to transfer 61.3 million tons of crude oil per year – equal to an average of 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd). However, the
1 maximum capacity of the Project infrastructure at T1 is 1.6 million bpd .
Dredging the existing T1 turning basin and berth area from their current dredged depth of 20.5 meters down to 25 meters. Additionally, the existing T1 maritime access channel will be widened from 230 m to 280 m, extended from 13.2 km to 19.3 km, and dredged from its current depth of 20.5 meters down to 25 meters.
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Rio de Janeiro:
PRUMO Logística S.A.
Rua do Russel, 804, 5o andar Rio de Janeiro / RJ
Brasil, CEP: 22.210-010
São João da Barra: PRUMO Logística S.A. Fazenda Saco D’antas, S/N São João da Barra / RJ Brasil, CEP: 28.200-000
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