Japan - Tanker ports update
This ports update bulletin is revised as and when new information on wet bulk terminals is received. Whilst the web page displays just those terminals where damage and or interruption has been reported, a spreadsheet listing the status of all terminals for which we have reports is attached to the bulletin. A Japan ports map listing contact numbers for all the major ports is also listed.
|Chiba||Open||Cosmo Oil (Main)||Refining under suspension / Cargo ops in working||Naphtha / Gas oil / JET|
|Kashima||Open||Kashima Oil||Refining to resume in June / Cargo ops in working||Crude oil / Naphtha / FO|
|Kashima||Open||Mitsubishi Chem||Mitsubishi Chem - Plant under restroration / One Etylene plant to resume from 20th/May||Chemical|
|Kashima||Open||Shin-Etsu Chem||Operation resumed partly / Full operation expected in End of May||Chemical|
|Onahama||Open for limited vessels||Onahama Petroleum||Coaster berths partly operating||Crude oil/ FO|
|Sendai||Open||JXNOE||Refining expected to resume in 2012 summer / Cargo ops to resume around this summer||Crude oil / Mid.dist / chemical|
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