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Seaport Canaveral Terminal resumes normal operations

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After inspection the Seaport Canaveral Terminal has now resumed its normal operations.

The Seaport Canaveral Terminal (of VTTI Energy Partners LP), a storage terminal that delivers an independent supply of petroleum products to the state with capacity for nearly 3 million barrels of refined products, has resumed normal operations.

Its 24 tanks offer storage for gasoline, diesel, biofuel and biodiesel, ethanol, jet fuel and fuel oil. The terminal has two jetties, with a maximum draft of 12 m, and direct loading and unloading infrastructure for barges, seagoing vessels, trucks and, separately, a dedicated pipeline for bunkering cruise ships.

On 8 October, after the hurricane passed, a team from Seaport Canaveral Terminal conducted an inspection and reported that there is no severe damage to the terminal and that no damage to the environment has occurred. Most importantly, all colleagues and their families are safe.

Seaport Canaveral Terminal is currently supporting the emergency response teams in the area by supplying fuel to the region of Florida.

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