OIL TERMINALS

Rotterdam port (Netherlands)

RK-OIL Shipping operates storage terminal for bulk liquids and located in the Port of Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The core activity of RK-oil is the safe transportation , storage and handling of liquid bulk products and includes services such as blending, additivation, dyeing, heating, nitrogen blanketing and customs facilities.
RK-oil Shipping has a strong focus on safety, sustainability, reliability and customer service. The current storage capacity consists of 390,000 cubic meters in 11 tanks, ranging from 1,000 to 92,000 m3, which are suitable for the storage of so-called Class 3 and 4 liquids such as fuel gas oils, biofuels, jet fuel and crude oil.

Baltic port (Russia), Primorsk (operating terminal)

Primorsk Oil Terminal, the largest stevedoring company in the northwest of Russia. RK-OIL Shipping, operates today as a modern multi-brunch enterprise, which intakes crude and oil products from the railway tank-cars, pipeline and sea tankers, performs their storage and shipments to domestic and foreign customers. The terminal consists of two oil handling sites with the total storage capacity of 495,000 m3, including 119,000 m3 of the own tanks

NOVOROSSIYSK TERMINAL:

We regulate the laws of this terminals and tank farms in this port

Our personal storage farm tanks in the Novorossiysk terminal also include:

  • An oil tank farm with the total storage capacity of 920 000 m3, x 4 to be expanded to 580 000 m3 by the year 2010;

  • A wide network of internal railways with a total length of 9 km and a capacity to accept 170 railway tank-cars

Simultaneously;

  • 3 railway stations for simultaneous loading/discharge operations of 70 railway tank-cars and prospects for 2008 to

Increase discharging capacities up to 94 railway tank-cars;

  • 8 pumping houses and technological pipelines for oil and oil products delivery;

  • an automated blending unit for production of bunker fuels of prescribed viscosity with the blending capacity of 250 m3

Per hour;

  • A waterfront of 5 berths, capable of accommodating tankers up to 220 000 dwt.

  • A steam-generating plant of 103 tons of steam per hour;

  • Modern installations for oil-contaminated water and sewage treatment;

  • A laboratory for oil and oil products quality control. Additionally the facility at Novorossiysk has been tested and

Ascertained to:

– comply with any applicable modern industrial requirements (industrial security);

– meet sanitary and environmental standards (disposal facility construction);

– is equipped with state-of-the-art dark oil products discharge technology (excluding water pollution);

– be enhanced to provide for turnover of up to 1.5 mln. Tones (one-time storage of oil products increase, oil discharge Trestle extension, transfer pump delivery increase).

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VLADIVOSTOK

An oil tank farm with storage capacity about 119 500 m3, a berth for tankers and bunkering vessels up to 30 500 dwt, stations for discharging of oil products from railway tank-cars and road tankers, pumping house.

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NAKHODKA

An oil tank farm with total storage capacity of 120.000 m3, wide network of internal railways, oil-processing plant, 3 railway stations for simultaneous processing of 70 railway tank-cars, 8 pumping houses, an automated blending unit.

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TUAPSE

An oil tank farm with total storage capacity of 19 000. м3, pumping house with capacity of 1750  m3 per hour, railway station for simultaneous loading/unloading, a berth for tankers up to 6 000 dwt..

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INDIGA (RUSSIA)

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MURMANSK (RUSSIA)

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MAHACHKALA (RUSSIA)

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RK-oil expanding world-wide network

Founded in the Netherlands in 1920, in Russia 1920, RK-oil Terminal grew quickly to cover the entire European continent. Today, our network of local offices and specialized facilities continues to expand beyond Europe to the Middle East, India, Asia and the Americans.

Since opening our hubs in 2011 in Dubai, Houston and Singapore, Brazil - in response to the changing flows of cargo and storage - we have experienced sustained business growth in intercontinental traffic, most recently with the acquisition of InterBulk Group.

22 May 2014