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Ploce Port in Ploče, Croatia is Croatia's second largest cargo seaport, mostly serving Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located near the mouth of the Neretva river on the Adriatic Sea coast.
The port contains a bulk cargo terminal that handles coal, iron, and phosphates. It can transport 15,000 tonnes (33,000,000 lb) of cargo per day. It also has a petroleum coke terminal. The dry bulk terminal has a total annual capacity of 4 million tonnes per annum (mtpa), and 2.8 mtpa for coal.
Ploce power station was a proposed 800-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Ploce port's industrial zone. The project was cancelled after 90% of voters in a referendum rejected the proposed plant in January 2015.
Project Details of coal handling
- Operator: Port of Ploce Authority
- Location: Ploče, Dalmatia, Croatia
- Coal Capacity (Million tonnes per annum): 2.8
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 1945
- Type: Imports
- Source of Coal: Russia, USA
Articles and Resources
- "Analysis on Port of Ploče" Captain Project, 2016.
- "Bulk cargo terminal". Luka Ploče. Retrieved May 21, 2015.
- "Planning of terminal construction at the port of Ploce," Promet, 2007.
- "Luka Ploče: Poštivati ćemo volju građana" Croenergo.eu, January 26, 2015.