The Romanian subsidiary of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL has completed the construction of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) terminal in Tileagd in Bihor county, following the investment of 2.3 million euros.
The terminal, which has already been put into operation, comprises of 4 LPG reservoirs, with a storage capacity of 600 cubic meters. The statement from MOL Romania said that the gas is stored in over ground reservoirs, with safety and modern protection systems, including automatized equipment measuring the volume and temperatures, fixed systems of fire extinguish, such as detection thermostat bulb and alarms.
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Tags: construction, LPG, LPG storage, Mol, Romania