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  • Purchase of PCSPC

    Purchase of PCSPC

    Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT) and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) formally execute the purchase of PCSPC. MPIC also executed the call option to purchase the additional 30% of PTSI, so that the indirect shareholding will be 50% KIT and 50% MPIC.

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  • Keppel and MPIC acquisition of PH’s largest petroleum products import storage facility

    Keppel and MPIC acquisition of PH’s largest petroleum products import storage facility

    Keppel Infrastructure Trust and Metro Pacific Investment Corporation to acquire Philippine Coastal Storage & Pipeline Corporation Acquisition of the largest petroleum products import storage facility in the Philippines A quality infrastructure business that will strengthen KIT’s portfolio Keppel Infrastructure Fund Management Pte Ltd (KIFM), as the Trustee-Manager of Keppel Infrastructure Trust (KIT), is pleased to […]

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  • Maritan Expansion Phase 3

    Maritan Expansion Phase 3

    PCSPC inaugurates another expansion project in its Maritan Tank Farm. The construction includes three (3) 180,00 barrels capacity fuel storage tanks, two (2) 50,000 barrels capacity fuel storage tanks, four (4) additive tanks, a loading rack, control office, and auxiliary facilities. Despite being hampered by the COVID Pandemic, the project was completed in 18 months, […]

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  • Boton Expansion Project

    Boton Expansion Project

    Two additional fuel storage tanks were commissioned in Boton Tank Farm, Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Completed in 2019, the project includes one tank of 15,000 barrels and one of 20,000 barrels capacity, a new loading gantry, an inspection gantry, a control office, and other auxiliary facilities. The project conforms to international standards. On completion, the […]

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  • New Administration Building

    New Administration Building

    A new administration building was formally turned over to PCSPC by the contractor JEQ Constructions in 2019. The 2-storey building was completed in 24 months and will initially house Support Services Group such as Admin staff, Accounting, Engineering, HR and Quality Assurance. The new building creates a better working environment to meet our clients’ needs […]

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  • Philippine Coastal Storage and Pipeline Corporation completes its fuel storage expansion

    Philippine Coastal Storage and Pipeline Corporation completes its fuel storage expansion

    Philippine Coastal Storage and Pipeline Corporation (PCPSC) has successfully completed the construction of 540,000 barrels of additional storage capacity and loading facilities at its operations within Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ). Three (3) new 180,000 barrel fuel storage tanks and two (2) tank truck loading racks, were built over 12 months, on time and on […]

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  • Three New Tanks and Facilities Under Construction

    Three New Tanks and Facilities Under Construction

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone – PCPSC is to increase its storage capacity by 540,000 barrels in 2017 by adding three (3) new tanks at its Subic Bay Freeport Zone facility. Aboitiz Construction Group Inc have been awarded the contract to build the three new 180,000 barrel capacity tanks, tank truck loading racks and associated facilities which […]

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  • New Barge Loading Facility

    New Barge Loading Facility

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone – On Dec. 15, 2013, PCSPC received formal turn-over from its contractor of a newly constructed barge loading facility with an overall length of 200 meters designed to cater for smaller vessels ranging from 500 to 6,400 DWT.  The new jetty is supported by seven mooring dolphins and is equipped with state […]

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  • Seven New Tanks and Related Facilities

    Seven New Tanks and Related Facilities

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone – On Dec. 09, 2013, PCSPC has completed construction of seven storage tanks and related facilities.  These facilities were designed and constructed in accordance with the standards embodied in the National Building Code of the Philippines (NBCP) (PD 1096) and American Petroleum Institute (API 653 4th Edition 2009,10.5).  PCSPC’s new facilities also […]

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  • Main Pier Facility Extended

    Main Pier Facility Extended

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone – On Nov. 8, 2013, PCSPC completed construction of additional mooring dolphin (MDE) that would enhance its capability to handle vessels with LOA of up to 800 feet. 

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  • New Pier Facilities

    New Pier Facilities

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone – With the increased storage handling capacity, PCSPC is likewise expanding its petroleum receiving and discharging ability with the construction of a new barge loading facility adjacent to the existing POL pier.  This new jetty is designed to accommodate smaller vessels ranging from 500 DWT to 6,400 DWT. In addition, PCSPC began […]

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  • PCSPC receives Certificate of Ownership of Leasehold Rights

    PCSPC receives Certificate of Ownership of Leasehold Rights

    SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — PCSPC was recently handed its original Certificate of Ownership of Leasehold Rights after successfully completing the registration process.  This is in line with SBMA’s declared policy that all holders of Lease and Development Agreement and similar contracts with a lease term of six(6) years or more must register with the SBMA Registry […]

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  • POL Pier Substructure & Under deck Repairs

    POL Pier Substructure & Under deck Repairs

    SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – On July 2010, Philippine Coastal Storage & Pipeline Corporation (PCSPC) once again took another major step in its ongoing efforts to improve the 257 meter long pier’s overall structure and maintain a 100% operational status by rehabilitating its entire substructure.  During the course of the recently concluded Structural Repair & Upgrade of Berthing […]

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  • POL Pier Berthing & Fendering System Upgrade

    POL Pier Berthing & Fendering System Upgrade

    SUBIC BAY FREEPORT – On January 2009, The Philippine Coastal Storage & Pipeline Corporation (PCSPC) undertook a major undertaking by rehabilitating & reinforcing the existing POL Pier that was formerly operated by the U.S. Navy.  The project covers reinforcing of concrete pilings as well as the replacement of the existing wooden fenders & bollards with state […]

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