By Kevin Baxter

LONDON--Singapore-based Puma Energy has signed a deal with the BP PLC (BP) to buy its bulk-storage fuel terminal in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

In a statement Puma said that the Belfast Terminal provides storage facilities for gasoline, distillates and aviation fuels and has a total capacity of 143,000 cubic meters.

The site is located between George Best Belfast Airport and the city harbour. Previously a refinery, it was converted into a storage facility in 1982.

Puma didn't disclose the value of the deal.

The terminal adds to the 1.4 million cubic meter capacity Milford Haven Terminal in the U.K. that Puma bought in 2015.

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November 10, 2016 06:14 ET (11:14 GMT)

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