BULLEN BAY

Bullen Bay

An open and spacious bay

southwest coast of Curaçao

 

Bullen Bay , known as the Curaçao Oil Terminal, is an open spacious bay located on the Southwest side of Curaçao, with a terminal built to accommodate VLCC’s and facilitate storage, supply and transshipment of heavy, heated crude oil and fuel oil. Crude oil can be transported from the storge tanks through pipelines to the refinery.

 

Port Description:

 

Location

Southwest coast of Curaçao, 8 miles Northwest of Willemstad

 

Restrictions

No limit for LOA, max draft 28.7m.

 

Berths

Bullen Bay has 3 V.L.C.C. T-shaped jetties. The largest jetty is 110m offshore and can accommodate vessels up to 550,000 DWT on full draft, while the smallest jetty can accommodate vessels up to 70.000 DWT.

 

Storage Facilities

Crude oil, fuel oil and products terminal. Total capacity is 17,750,000 barrels. There are facilities to store and transship heavy, heated crude and fuel oil. The storage consists of three tanks of 375,000 barrels capacity each. The maximum storage temperature is 90ºC. The system is able to provide segregated storage for different grades.

 

Fresh water

Available at the piers, subject to availability from terminal.

 

Ballast/slop reception

De-ballasting and slop reception facilities available.

 

 

 

 

LBH CURAÇAO N.V.

Johan van Walbeeckplein 12  Willemstad

Curaçao

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