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Crude Oil Terminal at Kyaukphyu Made Island which can accommodate 300,000 ton tankers built by SEAOP

Location Made Island, Kyauk Phyu Township, Rakhine State
Type of Cargo Tanker port
Start Date of Construction 31-10-2009
Implementing Parties Ministry of Energy and South East Asia Pipeline Company-CNPC are being taken Joint-Venture.

Ministry of Energy (MOE), Myanmar and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) signed an MOU on 16 June 2009 to build a Myanmar-China crude oil pipeline project. Workboat Wharf construction on Made Island started on 30-10-2009 and was completed on 30-8-2010. Construction of DWT 300,000, LOA 300 meters and 60 meters wide Crude Oil Terminal, which can accommodate a 23-meter tanker, began on 1 April 2011 and was completed on 31 May 2013.

Crude Oil Terminal at Kyaukphyu Made Island was designated as an oil terminal by a letter dated 22.1.2015 of Customs department to accommodate 300,000-ton tankers. For the first time, MT.XIN RUN YANG (LOA: 330M) test ship arrived on 24.1.2015 to drop 135,651 tons of CRUDE OIL. Following the revision of the requirements, MT. The UNITED DYNAMIC carrying 140,219 tons of CRUDE OIL, arrived on 9.4.2017 and unloaded crude oil.  A total of 170 vessels with 330 meters LOA, 23 m draft and 300,000 tons DWT arrived the Crude Oil Terminal on Made Island with a total of 43.74 million metric tons of crude oil. Myanma Port Authority (MPA) is sending marine pilots navigators to ensure the safe operation of the tankers entering crude oil terminals in Made.