SOLID TERMINAL CORE FETURED SERVICES

Solid Terminal LLC operates 41 vessels of the total freight including:

- 15 self-propelled vessels;
- 12 non-self-propelled vessels;
- 4 push tugs​

OIL STORAGE, Oil products (such as crude oil, gasoline, naphtha, diesel and fuel oil) are mainly stored in large-size tanks.

PIPELINE TRANSPORT, Liquids and gases are transported in lines and any chemically stable substance can be transported

SOLID TERMINAL , worked for some prominent oil and gas companies in transportation of petroleum products via Shipping at a very large quantity.

Petroleum transport is the transportation of petroleum and derivatives such as gasoline (petrol). Petroleum is transported via rail cars, trucks, tanker vessels



PRODUCT

Our products of operation such as crude oil / Jet Fuel/ fuel oil/ diesel & bio-diesel etc. ​ Our tank farms are located at various industrial zones of the Russian federation with four Main Tank Farms at VLADIVOSTOK, NOVOROSSIYSK, ST PETERSBURG, MURMANSK OBLAST, designed for receiving, storing and transporting petroleum products of different brands. Our storage tank farm and loading terminals are capable of processing a total of 15.5 Million MT which consists of RGS tanks, CSG Tanks and others. Tanks are refilled by railway tanks with petroleum products. Our storage depot provides its own locomotive TGM-2 by railway line which is not shared, with total length of 496 m, suitable for one-way drain inlet railway viaduct for simultaneous discharge of 4 railway tanks. Capacity of crude oil and oil product storage tanks of SOLID TERMINAL LLC alone totals to 504 500 m3. Each cargo batch is stored in separate storage tanks and is not mixed with others

ROUTE OF THE EUROPEAN OIL TRUNK LINE

The second Baltic Pipeline System project started taking shape after differences over an oil transit broke out between Russia and Belarus in early 2007. The transit disputes between the two countries have damaged Russia's impression as a reliable supplier of oil and gas to Europe. The completion of the second trunk line is now seen as a strategic victory for Moscow. The pipeline will also reduce the country's dependency on former USSR transit countries and will optimise the workload of the existing oil pipeline system in the country.