Niras to expand oil terminal in Mombasa

With a new project for the Port of Mombasa in Kenya, consulting engineers Niras will quadruple the country's oil trade capacity.

Niras will now start work on a new oil terminal for Kenya's Port of Mombasa. The company won the job this summer, and the project is aimed at quadrupling the capacity of the oil terminal, which will replace a 50-year-old facility.

The quadrupling will enable the terminal to service four ships of 135,000 dwt at the time, unlike the current terminal which can only handle one tanker vessel at a time, of up to 110,000 dwt.

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