Shtandart company received a long-term lease of 55 hectares of land in the port of Rotterdam to 28.5 years with a possible extension for another 25 years for the construction of the Russian oil terminal.
Shtandart company is 75% owned "the Group" Amount "and 25% — VTTI.
Construction of the Russian oil terminal in the Port of Rotterdam will start in April 2014 and completed in 2016, the source said after a meeting of the board of directors Shtandart, which is implementing the project.
Now the company completes the acquisition of all permits necessary to begin work. In late September, held a public hearing on the project. Currently Shtandart started prequalification negotiations with companies competing for status stroypodryadchika.
It is expected that all will take part in the tender, about 10 companies, including consortia. The source explained that it comes to companies, mainly from the Netherlands, but there are also interested parties from Spain and Russia.
CEO of the Port of Rotterdam Hans Smits also confirmed this information. "We had a slight delay, it was the fact that we found the shells of the Second World War there (at the site of the terminal), — he said. — But we have solved all the issues that could delay the implementation of this project, they took issue with these projectiles. Now this is safe. "
Smits said that "began the process of obtaining all necessary licenses, it is in the final stages." "Finalized environmental monitoring. We are at the end of our investment plans, from the point of view of the port — the general director of the port. — The plan is that at the end of the first quarter of next year, we will decide on our investments in port infrastructure, the company Shtandart start investment in the construction of the terminal. "