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Terminal 2

Built in 1991 to serve the NB Power 450 megawatt generating station, which is situated adjacent to the port, Terminal II is capable of handling Capesize vessels up to a 100,000 DWT maximum. Its automated coal continuous ship unloader (CSU) has the rated capacity of moving 1,750 metric tonnes per hour into its enclosed conveyor system.


Operator: NB Power
Facility Use: Dry Bulk & Liquid Bulk
Principal Commodities: Coal, petroleum coke, liquid petroleum
Equipment: Automated continuous ship unloader (CSU)

Terminal Specifications


Berth
Length: 307 m / 1,007.2 ft
Water Depth:
at chart datum
14.3 m / 46.9 ft

Intermodal Connectivity
Rail Access: No
Highway Access: No
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Terminal 2
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