Terminals And Loading
Oil depots are usually situated close to oil refineries or in locations where marine tankers containing products can discharge their cargo. Some depots are attached to pipelines from which they draw their supplies and depots can also be fed by rail, by barge and by road tanker (sometimes known as “bridging”). An oil depot (sometimes called a tank farm, installation or oil terminal) is an industrial facility for the storage of oil and/or petrochemical products and from which these products are usually transported to end users or further storage facilities. An oil depot typically has tank-age, either above ground or underground, and gantries (framework) for the discharge of products into road tankers or other vehicles (such as barges) or pipelines.
Terminal management services
the management are divided into several sectors which including:
1.Pollution prevention, contingency planning, and spill response
2.Operations (including safe working practices)
3.Operating procedure development and regulatory compliance
4. Miscellaneous maintenance for support of the facility
6.Administrative systems for inventory management and order processing.
The structure of stand alone units for lease in the Primorsk region consists of reservoirs with a total of 9 500 m3. We carry out the reception-release of oil products. The Fuel Oil Terminal, located on a sea, which provides an alternative southern export route for East European fuel oil. It complements storage of tank farm holds in the region. The terminal has an oil tank farm for simultaneous storage of 9 000 m3 of oil products, a berth for tankers and bunker barges of Find out more