Damaged wet bulk terminals in Japan - details as at 4th April
The ports of Chiba, Kashima, Onahama and Sendai have reported damage and interruption to a number of their terminals. Individual details on terminal damage and/or interruption as at 4th April 2011 are set out below.
|CHIBA||Port status: Working normally except for Cosmo Oil|
|Cosmo Oil - Refining under suspension|
|KASHIMA||Port status: Open / Port entry is subject to harbour master's permission|
|Kashima Denkai - Plant under suspension / Unknown when to resume|
|Denkai Berth||Open||Open for general cargo only / Naphtha facilities have not been confirmed usable (no major damage reported)||130,000||Naphtha/Salt|
|Kashima LPG Joint Stockpiling|
|Kashima Oil - Cargo ops resumed by coasters / To resume refining around this summer|
|COP No.1||Closed||Loading arm broken / Unable to use||314,026||Crude/Naphtha|
|COP No.2||Closed||Under inspection / No major damage reported||101,723||Crude/FO/Gasoil/LPG|
|COP No.3||Closed||Under inspection / No major damage reported||88,000||Naphtha/FO|
|Mitsubishi Chem - Plant in suspension / Several months expected to resume operation|
|B-8||Closed||Damaged / Unable to use||15,000||Chemical|
|Shin-Etsu Chem - Shore facilities under restoration|
|No.2||Closed||Damaged / Under inspection||45,991||Chemical|
|ONAHAMA||Port status: Open in limited area|
|Onahama Petroleum - Coaster berths partly operating|
|SENDAI||Port status: Open in limited area|
|JXNOE - Cargo ops to be resumed around summer / Unknown when to resume refining|
Japan Ports Map March 2011 (877 KB)
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