Bintulu

General information

Name:
Bintulu
Country:
Malaysia
UN/Locode:
MYBTU
Local time:
Vessels in port:
43
Expected Vessels:
59
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 03° 12' E 113° 04'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Tanker
20.04. 13:13
Cargo Ship
20.04. 13:00
Tanker
20.04. 01:48
Tanker
19.04. 16:57
Cargo Ship
19.04. 14:42
Cargo Ship
19.04. 13:40
Cargo Ship
19.04. 12:03
Tanker
19.04. 11:51
Cargo Ship
19.04. 02:59
Tanker
18.04. 17:06

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
20.04. 15:00
Tanker
20.04. 17:00
Cargo Ship
20.04. 18:00
Tanker
21.04. 02:00
Cargo Ship
21.04. 15:45
Tanker
21.04. 16:00
Tanker
22.04. 01:00
Tanker
22.04. 06:00
Cargo Ship
22.04. 11:00
Tanker
22.04. 14:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
20.04. 12:41
Tanker
20.04. 09:30
Tanker
20.04. 05:08
Cargo Ship
20.04. 02:52
Cargo Ship
20.04. 00:58
Cargo Ship
19.04. 15:28
Cargo Ship
19.04. 11:14
Tanker
19.04. 10:08
Cargo Ship
19.04. 08:25
Tanker
19.04. 02:09

Latest news

Bintulu Port to expand container yard capacity

Tue Apr 09 11:23:41 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Bintulu Port Holdings Bhd (BPHB) plans capacity expansion of its Bintulu International Container Terminal (BICT) to cope with rising demand as it has recorded double-digit growth in container throughput for three consecutive years. A feasibility study on the BICT’s expansion is currently under way and the plan will involve infrastructure development and procuring container handling equipment. The BICT handled 349,792 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit) last year, representing 13.1% growth over 2017 and the the highest ever volume, according to BPHB group chief executive officer Datuk Mohammad Medan Abdullah.

Petronas signs memorandum of agreement with Bintulu Port

Thu Nov 23 09:56:04 CET 2017 arnekiel

Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) said Bintulu Port Holdings Bhd will offer marine services to support Petronas’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage tank gassing up and cooling down (GUCD) operations at Sarawak’s Bintulu Port for three years. Petronas said in a statement today its subsidiary Petronas LNG Ltd recently signed a memorandum of agreement with Bintulu Port Holdings subsidiary Bintulu Port Sdn Bhd. According to Petronas, the GUCD service aims to bring storage tanks on LNG carriers into a natural environment before the tanks are cooled to cryogenic temperature (minus 160 degrees Celsius). “The (GUCD) services at the Bintulu Port will commence in 2018, positioning Bintulu as one of the premier LNG hubs and making it one of the few terminals in the world to offer this facility. The LNG for gassing up services will be supplied from the Petronas LNG Complex in Bintulu. “In supporting the GUCD services, Bintulu Port will provide port and maritime services with attractive rates which will provide cost savings to the LNG vessel operators,” Petronas said. In a separate statement, Petronas said Petronas LNG signed a two-year service agreement with Argo Engineering Sdn Bhd and Eastport Marine Sdn Bhd to provide LNG ship-to-ship transfer services in Labuan. “The ship-to-ship transfer is the transfer of LNG between two vessels positioned alongside each other. Ship-to-ship transfer allows flexibility of cargo delivery especially for small-scale LNG requirements,” Petronas said. Source: The Edge Markets

Bintulu Port to gain from press metal plant expansion

Sat Nov 22 23:47:00 CET 2014 arnekiel

Bintulu Port Holdings Bhd (Bintulu Port) is expected to benefit from Press Metal Bhd’s (Press Metal) increase in production at its Samalaju aluminium smelter. To recap, Press Metal had announced that it will double the capacity at its Samalaju aluminium smelter plant to 640,000 metric tonnes (MT) under a Phase 3 expansion programme. According to AmResearch Sdn Bhd (AmResearch), Press Metal could utilise two-thirds of the additional 320,000MT capacity by 2016, and the remainder by early 2018. It noted that land clearing works have begun on the site. “This is positive news for Bintulu Port, which is already benefiting from Press Metal’s plant in Samalaju,” the research house said. AmResearch noted that currently, Bintulu Port’s throughput include about 860,000MT and 18,000 TEUs of alumina, aluminium, anode carbon and other cargo from Press Metal.

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