Storage Terminals: Coogee

Coogee has started work on the construction of 120,000 m3 of diesel storage at its

Kwinana terminal in Western Australia, doubling capacity at the site. The work is part of the federal government’s Boosting Australia’s Fuel Storage programme designed to improve long-term fuel security. The new tankage is due in service in June 2023.

“The investment in our new diesel storage adds to our existing strategically located fuel terminals business and makes us the largest independent fuel terminal storage and services provider in WA,” says Dr Grant Lukey, Coogee CEO. “Our existing facilities along with these new tanks offers the fuel majors optionality and access to a very efficient open access commingled fuel storage facility.”

(Source: HCB)

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