Pengerang gets Platts’ nod


The Pengerang terminal, majority owned by the joint venture between Dialog and Vopak, started operations last year.

PETALING JAYA: The Pengerang oil terminal in Johor is expected to receive greater interest following its inclusion into oil agency Platts Singapore’s pricing assessments for middle distillates and gasoline.

Industry players said the inclusion of the Pengerang oil terminal was expected to offer traders more flexibility in loading cargo and improve market liquidity.

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