Five terminals are available at Kemaman Port, namely East
Wharf, Kemaman Supply Base, LPG Export Terminal, Liquid Chemical Berth and West
Wharf. Breakwater of 525 metres in the East and 1,525 metres in the South
shelter these terminals. The depth of the port basin is 17.0 metres with
capacity to accommodate vessels up to 150,000 DWT.
East Wharf is the main terminal of Kemaman Port. It is 648
metres long and has available land area of 10.46 hectares.
Liquid Chemical Bert is well-equipped to serve the needs of
the petrochemical industries located in the Eastern Corridor of Peninsular
Malaysia. The berth is 320 metres long and is capable of accommodating vessels
up to 150,000 DWT with a draught of 16.4 metres.
Kemaman Supply Base is a terminal which provides support
services for the petroleum and gas industry in the East Coast of Peninsular
Malaysia. It is 360 metres long with a maximum draught of 8 metres. Pangkalan
Bekalan Kemaman Sdn Bhd administers its land operations and management.
LPG Export Terminal is managed by Petronas for the handling
of liquefied petroleum gas. It is 320 metres long and has a maximum draught of
13.0 metres. It is equipped with five loading arms capable of handling up to
1,000 tonnes of gas per hour. Storage capacity of 110,000 cubic metres is also
West Wharf is 510 metres in length and can accommodate
vessels up to 150,000 DWT with a draught of 16.4 metres. It is managed by
Eastern Pacific Industrial Corporation Berhad (EPIC)