We are physical traders; we buy, transport, store, blend and deliver oil internationally.
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• Terminals and Storage
Energy companies use complex networks of onshore terminals, storage tanks, blending facilities and pipelines. These bulk logistical facilities take crude oil from ships, storing and delivering it to the refinery at the right time. Similarly, they store and blend refined product to create the exact specifications required in certain markets before transporting it on to the end customer.
In the case of gas, terminals tend to take deliveries from specialist tankers or pipelines from gas fields before testing, treating and distributing the gas regionally through pipelines.
We understand that every market is different. We work with our customers to identify and develop solutions which work best for them, helping them manage physical risk and optimise opportunities.
Our trading presence is underpinned by a complementary infrastructure: refining, storage, distribution and a marketing network across six continents. In all our physical operations we seek to work with partners which share our commitment to high international standards of operation. The infrastructure upon which we rely, from ships to jetties storage, is subject to our due diligence processes.
Logistics and distribution are at the core of the business; shipping raw materials to where they can be refined or processed and then used, or transported to areas where there is a deficit.
For oil, this means shipping crude in large tankers to refineries, and then shipping the refined product to where it is consumed.