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Zenith acquires BP terminal

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Zenith Energy (Zenith or the company) an international liquids and bulk terminaling company, has announced that the company has completed its previously announced acquisition of a world class liquids storage and handling facility located in the international port of Amsterdam (the Amsterdam terminal) from BP plc (BP). BP will continue to be a major customer of the Amsterdam terminal.

Zenith intends to invest approximately US$100 million in the Amsterdam terminal, with the goal to fully utilise its capacity for products and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage.

"This transaction is a significant step forward for Zenith and places us at the centre of a key geographic region for the energy industry," commented Jeff Armstrong, President and Chief Executive Officer of Zenith. "With these investments, Zenith will deliver a state of the art, efficient products storage and distribution system to service this important hub."

The Amsterdam terminal is strategically located on the North Sea Canal in the Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp (ARA) region. The ARA region represents the largest concentration of refining capacity in Europe and one of the largest refined product trading hubs in the world.

The Amsterdam terminal has storage capacity of more than six million bbls for gasoline, ethanol, middle distillates, biodiesel, kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas with capabilities for sophisticated blending. The terminal has connectivity for ocean vessels, inland waterways and trucks, and deep draft to service oceangoing tankers up to 135 000 t with multiple berths for barges and ships. The Amsterdam terminal also has significant room for expansion projects.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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