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Le terminal du Cap Lopez

Pour réceptionner, stocker et évacuer les productions de pétrole opérées et non opérées, Total Gabon dispose d'un terminal pétrolier construit à Cap Lopez et inauguré en avril 1957.

En près de 50 ans, au fil des découvertes pétrolières, ce terminal, accessible aux tankers de 300 000 tonnes, a connu de nombreuses transformations. Sa capacité de stockage est aujourd'hui de 640 000 m3.

Certifiées conformes au code international ISPS (Internation Ship & Port Security) le 30 juin 2004, les installations du terminal du Cap Lopez ont été certifiées ISO 14001 le 13 janvier 2006.
Ces dernières années, ces installations ont permis d'évacuer près de 70% de la production totale du Gabon.