The Port of Sadiyat Island is a deep-water port located on the island of Sadiyat in the United Arab Emirates. The port is situated approximately 20 kilometers off the coast of Abu Dhabi and is connected to the mainland by a causeway. The port is used to export crude oil and petroleum products from the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) facilities on the island. The port is also used to import crude oil and petroleum products for the ADNOC facilities. The Port of Sadiyat Island has 18 berths, with a depth of 20 meters. The port can accommodate vessels up to 300,000 DWT. The port has a storage capacity of 4.5 million cubic meters of crude oil and a further 2.5 million cubic meters of petroleum products. The Port of Sadiyat Island is serviced by two pipelines, one for exporting crude oil and one for importing petroleum products.
All shipments must comply with the general customs regulations of the United Arab Emirates. The following documents are required for all imports/exports: a commercial invoice, a packing list, a bill of lading or air waybill, Proof of insurance, and a certificate of origin.
Coordinates24º 19' 12'' N, 54º 14' 24'' E
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