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These facilities are located at the Atlantic coast of the Republic of Panama, specifically in the Province of Bocas del Toro. The Terminal is located in "The Chiriqui Lagoon", located just west of Chiriqui Grande at latitude 8° 56' N and longitude 82° 07' W.  Boats enter waters protected by the lagoon, through a broad natural channel.

The Atlantic Terminal is designed for storage and transshipment of crude oil to tankers in a safe and efficient way, in compliance with environmental standards. 

      

Facilities

This Terminal is designed to receive tankers of up to 320 thousand tons of dead weight (DWT), through two buoys (North and South), type SBM (Single Buoy Mooring) and CALM (Catenary Anchor Leg Mooring), located 1.5 nautical miles from the coast. The North buoy has two MBM (Multi Buoy Moorings) buoys for VLCC (Very Large Crude Carriers) vessels.

A tanker moored to one of these buoys, can discharge the product from ships to tanks in ground or vice versa, through two underwater 36’’ pipes.

The tank farms are connected to Pump Stations by a network of pipes that allow the transfer of crude oil products to the buoys, among tanks and towards the Transisthmian Pipeline.

The Chiriqui Grande Lower (CGL) tank farm has 7 tanks, with a storage capacity of 4 billion barrels. Forty (40) meters above sea level, there are 3 tanks with a storage capacity of 360,000 barrels and two tanks of less capacity of 10,000 barrels.

The Chiriqui Grande Upper (CGU) tank farm is located at 230 meters above sea level and 3.5 kilometers from the coast. It has 3 tanks with a storage capacity of 2.5 million barrels.

The facilities are equipped with pumping stations and electric and diesel combustion motors for: discharge from tankers to the tanks, load tankers from the beach, transfers from tank to tank and to main pipeline pumps.

The Atlantic Terminal has pipelines near to the General Cargo Dock to supply fuel to ships mooring at the pier.

This terminal has the total storage capacity of crude oil and other crude by- products of more than 7 million barrels.