Oil storage terminal infrastructure outstands unprecedented floods in Fujairah

Brooge Energy, a Cayman Islands-based infrastructure provider, which is currently engaged in clean petroleum products and biofuels and crude oil storage plus related services, in addition to the planned expansion of its infrastructure into green hydrogen and green ammonia productions, has announced that the floods in the Port of Fujairah did not affect its facilities and they are secure.

Brooge Energy’s strong management team and technologically advanced infrastructure has secured the oil storage facilities, which are proving to be one of the highest technologically advanced units in the world.

Brooge Energy’s senior management team provided world class guidance and navigation on a 24/7 basis during the flooding. Working in coordination with Fujairah authorities, the company provided safety and security of its valuable assets, which secured the facilities from damage.

The company said: “Fujairah is experiencing unprecedented floods, which the region has not seen in over 25 years.  Our management team has worked diligently through the storm, and we are proud to say that our facilities and the infrastructure is secure.

“With oil storage in high demand in the region, we are proud that our facilities have been able to withstand the impacts from this unusual weather, which we believe provides another competitive advantage for customers and their storage needs.

“We are extremely grateful for the support and coordination with the authorities of the Emirates of Fujairah, which is a huge part of our success story.”

(Source: Tank News Int., August 10-2022)

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