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Post Code : 625048

Address: TYUMEN, STR. REPUBLIC, D 81

GPS coordinates: 57.146891,65.55321

Legal address: 3198-LS ROTTERDAM-EUROPOORT THE NETHERLANDS.

Phone Number: +3197005033107

Official website address: www.gazpromneftlogistics.nl

Email: info@gazpromneftlogistics.nl / logistics@gazpromneftlogistics.nl

 

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OAO Gazprom Neft - Oil Terminal: One of the largest oil terminals in the world.

Gazprom Neft - Oil Terminal, abbreviated GNOT/GNT is one of the largest oil terminals in the world. As a joint venture of major oil companies, we fulfill almost 13 years an important role in the logistics chain between oil producers and the Netherlands, Esso Nederland B.V. Dutch, NoriskGazprom, Rosneft Marine, Angarsk Refinery, Houston refineries and tank farm construction companies around the world. Due to its good maritime infrastructure the biggest tankers can dock with us.

 

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, operator of the Gazprom Neft bunkering business, has seen sales growth of 22 percent in marine fuels throughout the Black Sea ports of Novorossiysk, Tuapse, Sochi, Taman, Kavkaz and Temryuk in 2015, reaching total sales of 795,000 tonnes. On-board bunkering volumes throughout Russia’s Black Sea region were also up by 22 percent, reaching 682,000 tonnes. 2015 results indicate that Gazpromneft Marine Bunker is now the market-leading marine fuels supplier in the Black Sea region, with a market share of 20.3 percent.

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker, operator of the Gazprom Neft bunkering 

As a result, the bulk of the crude oil at raised us with supertankers; ships to over 410,000 tons DW and with a draft of over 22-24 meters. Together with our own storage facilities and an extensive underground pipeline for transportation of crude oil this provides an attractive situation for the partners.

A new bunkering vessel, the Gazpromneft Omsk, was acquired last year for deployment in Novorossiysk, with a deadweight of 5,372 tonnes — the third in the Gazpromneft Marine Bunker Black Sea fleet. Work was also initiated on the modernisation of the company’s own transhipment complex, which will see the on-loading—offloading handling area increasing, a two-fold expansion of the receiving terminal (tank farm), and energy efficiency, environmental protection and workplace safety at the facility also improved.

Gazpromneft Marine Bunker CEO Andrei Vasiliev commented: “Marine transportation in the Black Sea region is seeing rapid development, creating demand for bunkering services. The further development of our assets in the Black Sea will allow us to realise the full potential of this market, while strengthening the company’s position within it.”

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Gazpromneft-Logistics, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, manages the transhipment and storage of oil products. The company’s assets include 34 oil storage facilities throughout 15 of Russia’s regions. The company owns extensive oil storage capacity through its various tanks farms, a developing transportation infrastructure network and technical equipment for the transhipment of light oil products and mazut by rail, road and river transport, and storage facilities for packaged goods, with proven quality control and oil-storage security systems in place.

The Omsk storage depot is one of Gazprom Neft’s strategic facilities in Western Siberia, located near the company’s Omsk Refinery, from which fuel enters the tank farm by pipeline. Built in 1970, full reconstruction of the facility was completed in 2017. With a total storage capacity of 20,000 cubic metres, the facility manages total transhipments of 800,000 tonnes per year. The facility’s storage capacity is enough to service several hundred road tankers every day.

A thorough-going refurbishment programme of all Gazprom Neft oil storage facilities is currently being undertaken by Gazpromneft-Logistics, with transhipment volumes from smaller facilities being transferred to those larger sites forming part of the refurbishment programme — something which will reduce operating costs in the transhipment of oil products, despite volume increasing two-fold. Refurbishment is being undertaken without any interruption to technological processes, and will have no impact on local fuel supplies.