Meizhouwan port

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Meizhouwan Port is in Fujian province, the People's Republic of China. It is the site of a coal port and distribution center that is under development.

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Background

The State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC) is building a coal terminal at Meizhouwan port, with a planned ultimate capacity of 80 million tonnes per annum (mtpa). Phase I would be 15 mtpa, phase II 25 mtpa, and phase III 40 mtpa. Construction was reported to be "in full swing" in April 2012.[1]

The first phase of 15 mtpa capacity was completed in 2014. Phases II and III were reported as under construction in 2014. It is predicted the port would ship 2 million tonnes of coal to Taiwan by 2020, and supply coal to coastal provinces including Fujian, Jiangxi, and Guangzhou.[2]

Project Details

  • Operator: SDIC
  • Location: Fujian province, China
  • Existing Coal Capacity (Tonnes per year): 15 million
  • Additional Proposed Capacity (Tonnes per year): 65 million
  • Status: Construction (Phase I completed in 2014, Phases II and III under construction)
  • Type: Imports/Exports
  • Coal source:
  • Project cost: 7.8 billion yuan (US$1.19 billion)
  • Financing:

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