Located in the heart of Europe’s busiest port, ETT’s primary role is to handle fuel oil and middle distillate products.
The terminal has seen continuous expansion and improvement: the first phase was completed in 2006, with further phases in 2009 and 2013.
Storage Capacity. The terminal operates 28 tanks with total capacity of 7.0 million barrels / 1,118,000 m3. VTTI’s 90% ownership therefore equates to 6.3 million barrels.
Accessibility / interconnectivity. The terminal is accessible by ship (including VLCCs), barge, road and railway, and has 14 berths with a maximum draft of 69 feet. ETT is also directly connected to the 7,400-mile NATO pipeline system. This links storage depots, military air bases, civil airports, pumping stations, truck and rail loading stations, refineries and entry and discharge points.
Product Scope. The terminal handles K1, K2 and K3 products including jet fuel, naphtha, gasoil, fuel oil and methanol.