Bai Goc Seaport Project

Bai Goc Seaport Background

The Bai Goc seaport project focuses on the construction of:

  • VRP Port facilities to handle around 17.0 million tons per year including the refined products (from the refinery) and other oil products (for trading)

  • The other part of the project concerns the Provincial port (throughput: 2020 – 1,7 million tons per year, 2030 – 5 million tons per year) where general cargo and containers to be handled. The Provincial port is closely linked with the Economic Zone development in the area

  • An SPM to import approximately 8.0 million tons per year

Scope of the marine structures works
  • Liquid Bulk Jetties, comprising of loading platforms, mooring dolphins and berthing dolphins connected by walkway structures

  • Access Trestle, consisting of bents supporting a piperack and roadway, providing access to the Liquid Bulk Jetties

  • General Cargo Berth, consisting of a quayside structure, for the import of palletised and containerised products for the refinery

  • Construction Berth, consisting of a quayside structure, to import equipment required for the construction of the refinery

  • Navigation Channel and Turning Area, including navigational aids, to allow vessels to access the Seaport

  • Breakwater, to provide a sheltered harbour for the Seaport activities

  • SPM facility located offshore and connected to the refinery via a subsea pipeline

  • A general cargo/container terminal berth for Phu Yen Province to suit throughput requirements in the 2020 scenario

Design Vessels Parameters

The Seaport of VRP will primarily consist of:

  • Small Liquid Bulk Berths for 1,000 – 15,000 DWT vessels

  • Large Liquid Bulk Berths for 15,000 – 54,500 DWT vessels

  • General Cargo/Construction Berth for 3,000 – 10,000 DWT General Cargo vessels and 5,000 – 20,000 DWT Construction vessels

  • The Provincial Port is expected to accommodate the operation of General Cargo vessels in the range 1,000 – 30,000 DWT and Container vessels in the range 30,000 – 50,000 DWT