Receipt of gas oil, gasoline and other petroleum products by railway and sea.
Storage of gas oil, gasoline and other petroleum products. The Terminal M, Ltd. petroleum product storage tank farm is the largest in the region. The total capacity of 105 tanks is 1 195 000 m3.
Mixing of gasoline with liquid butane – butanisation. Since 2010 Terminal M, Ltd. is the only company in the region that provides mixing of gasoline with butane using in-line blending technology.
Transhipment of gas oil, gasoline and other petroleum products. Petroleum product transhipment takes place at the ports of Novorossiysk and other regions, which can simultaneously service four vessels. The jetties can handle vessels with a deadweight of 2500 to approximately 100 000 tones.
Product quality analysis in its own laboratory.
Blending operations. From August 2009 the company provides blending operations on vessels
Terminal M, Ltd. ensures not only high-quality services to its customers, but also fair business environment and the best possible conditions for long-term successful operation and profit.
Our industry is driven by the need for speed.
Our customers are in business to seize opportunities and they need the terminal that can make them happen. In turn, that requires reliable jetty access, fast flow rates, polished turnarounds, reliable infrastructure and excellent road/rail/barge/pipeline connections. Terminal M, Ltd. has been created and upgraded to respond to the most demanding supply chains.
The global energy sector never sleeps. Neither do we.
From market dynamics and world events to climatic conditions and logistics, the modern supply chain must react to constantly changing circumstances. Terminal M, Ltd.'s role is to devise flexible solutions, 24/7, and always think one step ahead.
The portfolio of services provided by Terminal M, Ltd. is wide, and getting wider.
We offer complete solutions across the barrel: from crude, gasoline, to diesel. We are open-minded and opportunistic to explore possibilities that our infrastructure can usefully serve.
Terminal M, Ltd. works to the highest HSE standards.
No consideration is ever allowed to override the safe running of the terminal and the well-being of our people, neighbouring residents, or the environment. We invest in safety through preventative technologies; through constant and refreshed training; and through instilling a safety culture which every employee, contractor and visitor is required to understand and follow.
Crude oil tankers are used to transport crude oil from fields in the Middle East, North Sea, Africa, and Latin America to refineries around the world. Product tankers carry refined products from refineries to terminals.
Tankers range in size from the small vessels used to transport refined products to huge crude carriers. Tanker sizes are expressed in terms of deadweight (dwt) or cargo tons. The smallest tankers are General Purpose which range from 10 to 25,000 tons.
These tankers are used to transport refined products. The Large Range and Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) are employed in international crude oil trade. The size of tanker that can be used in any trade (commercial voyage between a port of origin and destination) is dependent on the tanker's length and loaded depth and the size of the loading and unloading ports.
The larger ships are used because they reduce the cost to transport a barrel of crude oil.
The world tanker fleet had 4,186 vessels with a carrying capacity of 358.8 Mdwt.
84% of the tanker fleet were owned by independent tanker companies.