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Terminals are the most complementary asset
investment for our trading activities.
Terminals are the most complementary asset
investment for our trading activities.

Terminals are the most complementary asset investment for our trading activities. They provide ready access to physical energy flows from diverse sources and so enhance our trading positions, while the availability of storage and vessel berthing create time spread and cross-geography arbitrage opportunities. Blending and segregated storage enable us to add further value through the provision of export grade specifications.

With several terminal investments and development projects worldwide, we deliver trading solutions that safely and reliably optimise commercial opportunities for our customers.

Ust-Luga Oil Products Terminal
The largest rail and ocean trans-shipment terminal in the world.
Gunvor holds a 26% stake in the Ust-Luga Oil products terminal, of which it managed the construction from a greenfield project. It has a projected capacity of more than 30 million metric tons per annum and is considered to be the largest rail and ocean trans-shipment terminal in the world. Operations commenced with fuel oil trans-shipments in 2011.

The terminal produces a material stable earnings stream and significantly enhances our logistics capabilities for the transportation of refined petroleum products exported from eastern Europe. It is being further developed to provide additional flexibility for trans-shipping a range of light and dark products including ultra-heavy fuel oil.
Key Numbers:
Storage Capacity
960,000
cubic meters
Tankers Capacity
> 300,000
deadweight tons
Maximum Berth
ca. 330
meters
Number of Jetties
3
Oiltanking Karimun
To serve the growing demand for petroleum products in Asia
PT Oiltanking Karimun, a joint venture between Oiltanking GmbH and Gunvor Group, successfully launched June 2016. The terminal, which is strategically located within the Straits Hub, has a total storage capacity of 730,000 cbm designed to serve the growing demand for petroleum products in Asia.

With land scarcity in Singapore, Oiltanking selected the island of Karimun in Indonesia as the optimal location for its latest green field terminal to serve regional trade. Karimun is ideally located along the Malacca Strait and is in close proximity to Asia's main oil trading hub in Singapore.
Key Numbers:
Launched
2016
Storage Capacity
730,000
cubic meters
Tankers Capacity
up to VLCC
Number of Jetties
4

Ust-Luga Oil Products Terminal

Ust-Luga Oil Products Terminal
The largest rail and ocean trans-shipment terminal in the world.
Gunvor holds a 26% stake in the Ust-Luga Oil products terminal, of which it managed the construction from a greenfield project. It has a projected capacity of more than 30 million metric tons per annum and is considered to be the largest rail and ocean trans-shipment terminal in the world. Operations commenced with fuel oil trans-shipments in 2011.

The terminal produces a material stable earnings stream and significantly enhances our logistics capabilities for the transportation of refined petroleum products exported from eastern Europe. It is being further developed to provide additional flexibility for trans-shipping a range of light and dark products including ultra-heavy fuel oil.
Key Numbers:
Storage Capacity
960,000
cubic meters
Tankers Capacity
> 300,000
deadweight tons
Maximum Berth
ca. 330
meters
Number of Jetties
3

Oiltanking Karimun

Oiltanking Karimun
To serve the growing demand for petroleum products in Asia
PT Oiltanking Karimun, a joint venture between Oiltanking GmbH and Gunvor Group, successfully launched June 2016. The terminal, which is strategically located within the Straits Hub, has a total storage capacity of 730,000 cbm designed to serve the growing demand for petroleum products in Asia.

With land scarcity in Singapore, Oiltanking selected the island of Karimun in Indonesia as the optimal location for its latest green field terminal to serve regional trade. Karimun is ideally located along the Malacca Strait and is in close proximity to Asia's main oil trading hub in Singapore.
Key Numbers:
Launched
2016
Storage Capacity
730,000
cubic meters
Tankers Capacity
up to VLCC
Number of Jetties
4