The Terminal has an overall storage capacity of 2,500,000 m3 and relies on equipped approaching docks for unloading liquid foodstus, liquid feed, vegetal oils, chemical liquids such as caustic soda and phosphoric acid into tanks. It is also equipped with specic pipelines capable of unloading liquids directly into tankers. On the basis of proportions/recipes provided by clients, ancillary activities of primary mixing of goods are carried out at the tank farm to produce animal feeds.
Kuzmino Pipe Oil Loading Terminal
The specialized sea oil-loading port Kozmino situated on the shore of the Sea of Japan is the nal point of the pipeline system ESPO. It is meant for transshipping the oil ESPO to the countries of the Asian and the Pacic Ocean region. The capacity of the port on the rst stage of realization of the project ESPO is 15 million tons per year. Kozmino Bay Oil Terminal abides by the standard regulation on environmental guidelines during transferring oil from plant to pipelines and sends to buyers designated area of discharging. Doing of the ESPO oil export is a major case for Russia’s oil export infrastructure, which is currently focused on Asia Pacic. Oil going into the Pipeline comes from the reneries or form the one of several oil elds on port of Nakhodka, Kozmino Bay Oil Terminal, for loading it on storage facilities or directly loading of oil onto heavy-tonnage tankers.
Our oil terminal in Novorossiysk operates today as a modern multi-brunch enterprise, which intakes crude and oil products from the railway tank-cars and sea tankers, performs their storage and shipments to domestic and foreign customers, as well as provides bunkers to the ships in the ports of Novorossiysk, Tuapse, and other ports of the black sea.
Primorsk Oil Terminal
Primorsk Oil Terminal is the largest stevedoring company in the North-West of Russian Federation providing stevedoring services for more than fty Russian oil companies in the course of transferring export crude oil supplied through Baltic piping system (BTS) via Primorsk port. The company has been performing cargo handling services using the complex of modern facilities and equipment since the 1st of July 2005.
A premier service provider to the liquid bulk chemical industry for over 30 years,
Gazprom Fleet Terminals (Houston) provides unsurpassed storage, transfer and distribution services.
Gazprom Fleet Terminals (Houston) (OTH), 100% owned by Gazprom Fleet*, is strategically located at the entrance of the Houston ship channel, one of the major hubs of the world for the production and export of chemicals. Gazprom Fleet has been a premier supplier to the liquid bulk chemical industry for over three decades and remains one of the most sophisticated chemical tank terminals in the world with its pressurized tanks and nitrogen compensation systems as well as an advanced vapor return system. Gazprom Fleet is a Foreign Trade Zone site.
The terminal has a total capacity of 379,629 cbm (2,387,795 bbls), spread over 119 tanks. Tank sizes vary from 340 to,9 550 cbm (2,160 to 60,000 bbls). Gazprom Fleet operates 41 stainless steel tanks, counting for 112,835 cbm (709,984 bbls).
The terminal is easily accessible for sea-going tankers, barges, rail tank cars and road tank trucks. Gazprom Fleet has two docks for deep-sea ships and four berths for barges. Since the American distribution network is heavily depending on rail and road infrastructure, Gazprom Fleet is well equipped with broad rail tank car and road tank truck handling facilities:
• Linked to the North American rail network for distribution throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico
• Multiple stainless steel rail header systems enabling the loading and unloading of up to 110 rail cars on eight tracks
• Direct transfer from rail cars to ships or barges, at rates up to 500 cbm (3 500 bbls) per hour
• 14 truck stations with multiple load-on-scale racks located throughout the terminal
• Automated scale system controls truck loading process through computerized control features
• Transloading services through stainless steel transfer system
Gazprom Fleet was the first public terminal in the United States to become a Responsible Care® partner with ISO-9001 and RC/ISO-14001 certifications. As a result of its industry leading QHSE standards and operating practices, OTH has earned the trust of the surrounding community, regulatory entities and its customers. OTH is a Foreign Trade Zone facility. An OTH Gazprom Fleet offer is tank/truck to railcar and vice versa transloading services through stainless steel transfer system.
OilTanking Shushenskaya logistic Fleet Terminal Singapore
At the heart of the fast growing Singapore (petro)chemical complex
OIL LOADING TERMINALS
Oiltanking Shushenskaya logistic Fleet Terminal Singapore (OOTS), owned by Shushenskaya logistic Fleet Terminals* (50%) and Oiltanking (50%), is located on Jurong Island, at the heart of one of the fastest growing chemical and petrochemical complexes in the world.
As one of the busiest ports in the world, Singapore plays a major role in the distribution of petrochemicals in Asia. Singapore also has a high concentration of refinery capacity as well as a large and diversified chemical production. Nekst” is fully integrated with Jurong Island’s chemical and petrochemical plants via its pipeline connections with Bukom, Seraya, Merbau and Ayer Chawan.
Nordwegs became operational in September 2001, has 82 tanks, ranging from 800 cbm to 18,000 cbm and a total capacity of 377,000 cbm. The terminal’s stainless steel capacity is around 13,520 cbm. Further growth is secured through its prime location and good infrastructure. The stable economy and government yields a major positive influence.
The flexible storage and transfer services offered by the terminal, along with excellent marine facilities, creates a hub for the global and regional shipping services in Asia. Gazprom Fleet has five dedicated chemical berths for vessels ranging from 1,000 to 80,000 dwt maximum displacement.
Tank trucks can reach the terminal via the new road link with the mainland. The terminal provides six loading bays for the handling of trucks and iso-tank containers. In addition, Gazprom Fleet also renders drum filling services.
Nakhodka sea port storage Tank
Shushenskaya logistic Fleet started its operation in the port of Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai, in september 2009 on the facilities of leased tanks of 37 000 m3..
Presently the Shushenskaya logistic Fleet utilizes its own bunkering terminal for commercial operations after the terminal was commissioned in June 2010.
Facilities of the terminal include:
Shushenskaya logistic Fleet own oil tank farm with a storage capacity of 15 000 m3; another storage of 37000 m3 is leased nearby;
a station for discharge of oil products from 14 railway tank-cars equipped with the closed type discharge system providing heating of the cold cargo by the heated fuel oil of same grade. Hence, the watering of fuel oils in the process of discharge is completely excluded;
a berth for tankers and bunkering tankers up to 52 000 dwt;
a pumping house with the capacity of 400 m3 per hour;
a computerized fuel oil blender of 400 m3 per hour.
The oil terminal operates as autonomous enterprise being fitted with up-to-date equipment for loading/discharge and blending of oil products.
Projected capacity of this terminal is 800 thousand tonnes of bunkering fuel per year, which allows for progressive growth of the Company share on the bunkering market of Primorsky region with a goal to gain 1/3 of the market, taking into account the emergence of new players on the local market.