HomeEconomyOilThey increase pumping capacity at the Crude Terminal in Anzoátegui

They increase pumping capacity at the Crude Terminal in Anzoátegui

This increase in pumping capacity aims to increase oil production to levels greater than one million barrels per day, according to official estimates.

The Minister for Petroleum, Pedro Tellechea, inspected the restoration work on tanks TA1-T-01 and TA1-T-02 of the West Patio of the José Antonio Anzoátegui Crude Storage and Shipping Terminal (TAECJAA), executed by PDVSA and the Iranian company Petropars.

The information was made known by the minister in a post on the "We continue the tours of all the facilities in the country to make effective decisions from operational spaces."

Reactivation of 10 and 20 barrel/hour pumps

The moment was favorable to start up two pumps of 10 and 20 barrels/hour in the presence of Minister Tellechea, thus increasing the crude oil pumping capacity from the terminal to the ship.

This increase in pumping capacity aims to increase oil production to levels greater than one million barrels per day, according to official estimates.

The Jose terminal is a port infrastructure with a loading capacity of more than 50 tankers per month, which represents the effective possibility of moving more than 1.500.000 barrels of crude oil per day.

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