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Meizhouwan Port is in Fujian province, the People's Republic of China. It is the site of a coal port and distribution center that is under development.
The State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC) is building a coal terminal at Meizhouwan port, with a planned ultimate capacity of 80 million tonnes per annum (mtpa). Phase I would be 15 mtpa, phase II 25 mtpa, and phase III 40 mtpa. Construction was reported to be "in full swing" in April 2012.
The first phase of 15 mtpa capacity was completed in 2014. Phases II and III were reported as under construction in 2014. It is predicted the port would ship 2 million tonnes of coal to Taiwan by 2020, and supply coal to coastal provinces including Fujian, Jiangxi, and Guangzhou.
- Operator: SDIC
- Location: Fujian province, China
- Existing Coal Capacity (Tonnes per year): 15 million
- Additional Proposed Capacity (Tonnes per year): 65 million
- Status: Construction (Phase I completed in 2014, Phases II and III under construction)
- Type: Imports/Exports
- Coal source:
- Project cost: 7.8 billion yuan (US$1.19 billion)
Articles and resources
- "Fujian's biggest coal dock construction in full swing," China Coal Resource, April 9, 2012
- "Meizhouwan to build large coal distribution center," China Coal Resource, May 16, 2014