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The Terminal has an overall storage capacity of 2,500,000 m3 and relies on equipped approaching docks for unloading liquid foodstuffs, liquid feed, vegetal oils, chemical liquids such as caustic soda and phosphoric acid into tanks. It is also equipped with specific 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.

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Kuzmino Pipe Oil Loading Terminal

The specialized sea oil-loading port Kozmino situated on the shore of the Sea of Japan is the final point of the pipeline system ESPO. It is meant for transshipping the oil ESPO to the countries of the Asian and the Pacific Ocean region. The capacity of the port on the first 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 Pacific. Oil going into the Pipeline comes from the refineries or form the one of several oil fields on port of Nakhodka, Kozmino Bay Oil Terminal, for loading it on storage facilities or directly loading of oil onto heavy-tonnage tankers.

Novorossiysk Terminal

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 fifty 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.


The Port of Houston is one of world's largest ports and serves the metropolitan area of Houston, Texas. The port is a 25-mile-long complex of diversified public and private facilities located a few hours' sailing time from the Gulf of Mexico. Located in the fourth-largest city in the United States, it is the busiest port in the U.S. in terms of foreign tonnage, second-busiest in the U.S. in terms of overall tonnage, [2] and thirteenth-busiest in the world. Though originally the port's terminals were primarily within the Houston city limits, the port has expanded to such a degree that today it has facilities in multiple communities in the surrounding area. In particular, the port's busiest terminal, the Barbour’s Cut Terminal, is located in Morgan's Point.

The Port of Houston is a cooperative entity consisting of both the port authority, which operates the major terminals along the Houston Ship Channel, and more than 150 private companies situated along Buffalo Bayou and Galveston Bay. [3] Many petroleum corporations have built refineries along the channel where they are partially protected from the threat of major storms in the Gulf of Mexico. The petrochemical complex associated with the Port of Houston is one of the largest in the world.

Terminal Name: Kinder Morgan
Terminal Operator: Kinder Morgan
Terminal Contact #:
Tariff: Port of Houston No. 8
Primary Cargo: liquid
Equipment: tank storage
Project Depth: 34 ft.
# of Berths: 3
Length of Berths: various by dock
Loading/Unloading: The facility serves vessels, barges, trucks, and rail car; has certified truck scales and load on scale operations
Storage: tank storage
Railroad Connection: Rail served by PTRA
Highway Connection: Easy access to I-10 and I-45 via the 610 East Loop, Port of Houston exit


LLC NEFTEBAZA 7 rendered General Logistics and Storage Services to its Customers in the Port of Nakhodka which has a modern telecommunications system and can provide communication services and any information, should customers require it. The Port has bunkering boats, oil & garbage collecting boats, bilge collecting boats, which help the visiting vessels to receive fuel and water as well as discharge their bilges and waste. Berths are assigned to five stevedoring complexes, each of them responsible for certain varieties of cargo. Berths 1-4 handles export-import general cargoes, servicing the Nakhodka-Japan line. It has a grain/bulk terminal, equipped with a Hitachi pneumatic chute which can process up to 270 tons per hour. Berths 9, 10 handles bulk cargoes: coal, ferrochrome, ferroslags. Berths 25-27 handles round logs for export. Berths 28-32 handles export goods: a variety of ferrous metals articles (steel slabs, steel in rolls, cast iron, cast steel), timber, cardboard, paper, pulp, chemicals.

Tank Capacity 2,636,000 m3
Number of Tanks 15


We Provide Logistic Services in the Commercial Sea port of Vladivostok and performs their storage and shipments to domestic and foreign customers, as well as provides bunkers to the ships in the ports of Vanino, Sovetskaya Gavan1 and other ports of Khabarovsk region.

• Storage of petroleum products, petrochemical, Crude oil and biofuels
• Loading and discharging of seagoing vessels and barges
• High pressure nitrogen injection 

• In-line injection of additives during loading/discharging
• Tank to tank transfers
• Heating of Fuel Oil, Vacuum Gas Oil
• In tank blending of components

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