One of the most picturesque places on the coast of Larnaca was cleared of 22 fuel storage cisterns, which have blocked the magnificent seaview for many years.
All fuel tanks of Hellenic Petroleum on the coastal front of Larnaca have been demolished.
“The demolition works of the tanks located at the facilities of the Hellenic Petroleum Group in Larnaca have been completed,” the company announced.
The company said it dismantled all tanks in less than a month, complying with all safety protocols, and the rest of the work is expected to be completed during the summer.
“The company has been transferred to its new state-of-the-art facilities in Vasilikos, in which Hellenic Petroleum Group has invested more than €30 million in state-of-the-art technologies, digital control and security systems.”
The demolition includes dismantling all buildings, pipelines, tanks and machinery which are part of the company’s petroleum storage and distribution facility on the Larnaca – Dhekelia road.