Liquid bulk terminals

HAROPA PORT liquid bulk terminals are mainly dedicated to petroleum products and chemicals. HAROPA is the French leader in energy supply and petrochemical products.

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  • 39 Mt 
  • 6.6 million m³ of storage space
  • 45% of French refining capacity
  • 80% of French production of additives and oils
  • 50% of French production of plastics and elastomers
  • 1st European producer of fertilizers

Most of the other ports in the Ile-de-France network, urban ports or multimodal platforms, have construction activity on their terminal.

Terminals in Le Havre 

  • Le Havre, the 2nd French port for liquid bulk traffic 
  • Antifer, XXL oil port: 18m draught, with direct access to VLCCs up to 250,000 deadweight tonnes (at high tide) 
  • 24-hour ship reception
  • Chemical wharves in a level basin, 13.8m draught
  • Chemicals: aromatics, butadiene, olefins, additives, fluids, solvents, biofuels, industrial alcohols, sulphur, commodities, naphtha… 

Antifer oil terminal (CIM-CCMP) 

  • Direct access to tankers up to 550,000 tonnes, draught 35 m
  • 20% of crude oil imported into France
  • 25,000 m³ per hour
  • Storage capacity: 640,000 m³ including 4 tanks of 150,000 m³ of crude oil and 2 service tanks of 20,000 m³ connected by 26 km of pipeline to CIM's oil facilities in Le Havre (TRAPIL and CEPS networks) 

Rouen and Port-Jérôme terminals 

  • 3rd French port for bulk liquid 
  • Draught of 10.5m on a rising tide and 11m on the fall

Refining and petrochemical terminal

  • 6 berths
  • Ships up to 50kT
  • Sectors: refined products, chemicals, olefins.

Agri-food terminal

  • 1 berth
  • Ships up to 8kT
  • Sectors: biofuel

Ile-de-France terminals

  • Gennevilliers: Lower Seine pipeline arrival point and connection point with the ring road networks around Paris (TRAPIL network); oil depots at the port
  • Limay: 1st seaport in the Ile-de-France region; multi-bulk platform capable of storing all types of traffic