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The Pacific Terminal is located on the Pacific coast of the Republic of Panama, west  of the Charco Azul Bay and east of the Burica Peninsula, approximately 3.5 miles south of the community of Puerto Armuelles, Province of Chiriqui, at 8° 12.5´ North longitude  and 82° 53' of West latitude.

The Pacific Terminal consists of two docks designed for load and discharge of crude oil and other petroleum by-products.  It is obligatory to use tugboats and pilotage assistance when berthing and undocking ships.

A tank farm is located 1.2 km from Docks No. 1 and 2. It has 5 tanks located 41 meters above sea level and a storage capacity of 2.5 million barrels. A second tank farm is located 2.7 km from docks No. 1 and 2; it has 3 tanks located 23 meters above sea level and other 3 tanks located 31 meters above sea level, with storage capacity of 4.6 million barrels.


In the Pacific Terminal, the total storage capacity of crude oil and other of its by-products is of 7.1 million barrels.


Dock N° 1 has four loading arms for loading and discharging operations. It can handle supertankers (VLCC´s) from 28,000 up to 320,000 tons of dead weight (DWT) with a maximum draught of 80 feet and a maximum length of 1100 feet. The maximum loading range for products is approximately 48 thousand barrels per hour; discharges are of 100,000 barrels per hour.

Dock N° 2 is used for load and discharge operations. It can handle petroleum VLCC´s from 25,000 up to 300,000 tons of dead weight (DWT) with a maximum draught of 78 feet. The maximum cargo range for products is approximately 48 thousand barrels per hour; discharges are 100,000 barrels per hour.

The tank farms  are connected by a network of pipes to the Pump Station at the Terminal that allows the transfer of products (crude oil) to the loading docks, direct reception from the piers, interchanges among tanks and the reception of crude oil from the Transisthmian Pipeline.

The Terminal has a Pressure Control Station and Booster Pump Station for internal operations. It also has a firefighting system that is equipped with pumps, hydrants and pipes.



·         Lightening

·         Blending

·         Storage

There is complete lightening equipment (buoys, hoses and other accessories) for ship to ship or dock to dock operations. Other services available in the area include: boat rentals, independent cargo inspectors and shipping agents.

PTP has equipment and resources to control the oil spills, level 1 in the area. In addition, and as in the Atlantic Terminal, required additional equipment can be supplied by local companies or foreign ones (Oil Spill Response, SRO).

Electric power is provided by the national grid. The Terminal has backup power  generators if required. Operations are attended 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.