Indo Energy International is planning a direct berthing port in Maharashtra

19 Jan

Company : Indo Energy International

Status:  Planning Stage

Location : Raigad

Indo Energy International is planning a direct berthing port at Korlai, dist. Raigad, Maharashtra. The project is awaiting environmental clearance. According to MoEF sources, the facility will be capable of berthing capesize carriers (180,000 DWT vessels) in the final phase and will start up operations with berthing of Panamax Vessels (105,000 DWT vessels). The jetty will be constructed on the 500 mtrs waterfront leased by the Maharashtra Maritime Board and it will be 500 mtrs long with two 8 m x 8 m dolphins on either side of the jetty about 25 mtrs apart. The facility would be provided with fully mechanized equipment to handle coal, iron ore, iron and steel, container bauxite, edible oil, clinker, dolomite and limestone as import cargo and HR coils, slag and cement as export cargo. The facility in the first phase will have a capacity of 10 MTPA, which will go up to 22 MTPA in the final phase. C-Borne Services was appointed by Indo Energy International as a consulting firm to conduct the Feasibility study of the project and prepare the report.

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