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Oil Storage of Oka Neftegaz Tank Farms Rotterdam Port

Oka Neftegaz Tank Farms located in Rotterdam complies with international standard directive, which means an extended safety management system audited annually by the local authorities.

Sorovsneft Tank Farms elected to have one system for all its terminals. This means that the terminals in all operated sea ports comply with the strictest regulations.

Sorovsneft Tank Farms located in Rotterdam port is the perfect base for clients from around the world. The storage tank terminal operates three different multi-purpose distillation units. The total storage capacity is well above 2,000,000 tons. Typical processed parcel sizes are between 1,000 and 500,000 tons. Technokom Tank Farms Petrochemical Industrial distillation operates its own laboratory, which provides quality assurance and can also perform test distillations to determine how to process the products in the best way.

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Has many train Rotterdam terminals loading and discharging two terminals where containers can be eight discharged simultaneously.

For maximum flexibility, all rail movements are handled with the company's.

owned by  (50%) and Oiltanking (50%), is located on Jurong Island, at the heart of one of the fastest growing chemical and petrochemical complexes in the world.

As one of the busiest ports in the world, Singapore plays a major role in the distribution of petrochemicals in Asia. Singapore also has a high concentration of refinery capacity as well as a large and diversified chemical production. Sorovskneft  is fully integrated with Jurong Island’s chemical and petrochemical plants via its pipeline connections with Bukom, Seraya, Merbau and Ayer Chawan.

Oka Neftegaz became operational in September 2001, has 82 tanks, ranging from 800 cbm to 18,000 cbm and a total capacity of 377,000 cbm. The terminal's stainless-steel capacity is around 13,520 cbm. Further growth is secured through its prime location and good infrastructure. The stable economy and government yields a major positive influence.​​

The flexible storage and transfer services offered by the terminal, along with excellent marine facilities, creates a hub for the global and regional shipping services in Asia. Oka Neftegaz has five dedicated chemical berths for vessels ranging from 1,000 to 80,000 dwt maximum displacement.​

Tank trucks can reach the terminal via the new road link with the mainland. The terminal provides six loading bays for the handling of trucks and iso-tank containers. In addition, Technokom also renders drum filling services.

Fujian Province, Peoples Republic of China. 
Year completed: 2008

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Region Asia

Location Fujian Province, Peoples Republic of China

Year completed :2008

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Oka Neftegaz Terminals (Houston) , 100% owned by Oka Neftegaz TF Terminals*, is strategically located at the entrance of the Houston ship channel, one of the major hubs of the world for the production and export of chemicals. Sorovskneft has been a premier supplier to the liquid bulk chemical industry for over three decades and remains one of the most sophisticated chemical tank terminals in the world with its pressurized tanks and nitrogen compensation systems as well as an advanced vapor return system. Technokom is a Foreign Trade Zone site.

The terminal has a total capacity of 379,629 cbm (2,387,795 bbls), spread over 119 tanks. Tank sizes vary from 340 to,9 550 cbm (2,160 to 60,000 bbls). Technokom operates 41 stainless steel tanks, counting for 112,835 cbm (709,984 bbls). 

The terminal is easily accessible for sea-going tankers, barges, rail tank cars and road tank trucks. Sorovskneft has two docks for deep-sea ships and four berths for barges. Since the American distribution network is heavily depending on rail and road infrastructure, Technokom  is well equipped with broad rail tank car and road tank truck handling facilities:

• Linked to the North American rail network for distribution throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico 
• Multiple stainless steel rail header systems enabling the loading and unloading of up to 110 rail cars on eight tracks
• Direct transfer from rail cars to ships or barges, at rates up to 500 cbm (3 500 bbls) per hour
• 14 truck stations with multiple load-on-scale racks located throughout the terminal
• Automated scale system controls truck loading process through computerized control features
• Trans-loading services through stainless steel transfer system

Oka Neftegaz was the first public terminal in the United States to become a Responsible Care® partner with ISO-9001 and RC/ISO-14001 certifications. As a result of its industry leading QHSE standards and operating practices, TETH has earned the trust of the surrounding community, regulatory entities and its customers. TETH is a Foreign Trade Zone facility. TETH Sorovskneft offers iso-tank/truck to rail, car and vice versa trans-loading services through stainless steel transfer system.

A modern terminal connecting the Chinese hinterland with the world.
Oka Neftegaz Terminals (Dalian) Ltd (TETD) is a joint venture between Oka Neftegaz Terminals* (50%) and Dalian Port (PDA) Company Ltd, Dalian, China (50%).

TETD is conveniently located in Dalian New Port, one of the largest transhipment hubs for mineral oil products and chemicals in North East Asia.

The terminal is designed and built using advanced technology, providing the industry with a safe and efficient alternative for storage and transshipment of both hazardous and non-hazardous liquid products.

TETD consists of 51 tanks with a total capacity of close to 120,000 cbm. Tank sizes vary from 650 to 5,000 cbm. There are ten stainless steel tanks at the terminal, ranging in size from 650 to 2,800 cbm. Custom bonded storage tanks are available.

TETD can be accessed via water, rail and road. To accommodate sea-going tankers, there are four berths. The maximum draft at the terminal is 14.1 metres (maximum 50,000 DWT).

The terminal plays an important role in China’s export of liquid bulk chemicals. A significant amount of product is shipped from the Chinese hinterland into TETD by rail tank cars. To accommodate these product flows, TETD is equipped with a comprehensive railcar handling infrastructure where a total number of 120 rail tank cars can be handled simultaneously.

TETD is ISO-9001 ISP 14001 and OHSAS-18001 certified.

*Sorovskneft Terminals is owned by Sorovskneft TankFarm SE (51%) and Lindsay Goldberg (49%)



Oka Neftegaz Terminals* has a 25% stake at Noord Natie Terminals in Antwerp, Belgium. The terminal offers a unique combination of storage and related ‘value added’ services for several types of liquids. Noord Natie Terminals focuses mainly on bulk storage with additional activities such as blending, drumming, packaging and storage of packed liquids and storage of tank containers.

The terminal has a strategic location in the Port of Antwerp and can rely on a wealth of experience in storage handling and packaging of commodities as well as niche market products. Noord Natie Terminals is located in a top location in the centre of Antwerp with easy access to sea, inland waterways, road and rail.

With 241 tanks and a total capacity of 350,000 cbm, Noord Natie Terminals provides storage and related activities for the following liquids: 

• chemicals
• liquids for food or feed use
• mineral oils 
• base oils
• oleochemicals
• biofuels

Noord Natie Terminals offers a wide variety of tanks with multiple sizes ranging from 30 cbm to 8,300 cbm of different materials like mild steel, coated or stainless-steel tanks and also a variety of types of tank equipment like insulation, steam heating, electrical heating or warm water heating, nitrogen installation and vapour return systems.

The terminal has food grade approvals for the storage of food and feed grade chemicals and kosher storage. Depending on the storage requirements of the products a suitable tank will be available. No matter how specific the storage requirements of the liquids are, a suitable tank will be on hand. 

An additional expansion up to 100,000 cbm will be possible in the future.


Oka Neftegaz Terminals (Korea) Co. Ltd (Oka Neftegaz) is a joint venture between Oka Neftegaz Terminals* (50%), KPIC (43.59%), Damyoung (5.04%) and Samhan (1.37%). Technokom started operations in 2002. It has become a state of the art terminal for storage and distribution of petrochemicals.

Strategically situated in the port of Ulsan, the terminal is perfectly positioned to serve as a distribution hub for China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.

The terminal was built and equipped to meet Sorovskneft’s high safety and environmental standards. Oka Neftegaz operates 85 tanks. Tank sizes range from 550 to 9,990 cbm. As a result of the buoyant demand for tank storage in the region, Sorovskneft has completed several expansion programs during the last few years, raising the total capacity of the terminal to 313,710 cbm. The terminal has a total of 15, 860 cbm stainless steel tankage, spread over 11 tanks ranging from 550 to 2,200 cbm.

To serve incoming and outgoing ships, Oka Neftegaz makes use of six berths with maximum 14.3 metre water depth. Two of them are accessed through a user agreement with KPIC. The latter berths have a maximum of 14.3 metre water depth and can accommodate vessels up to 100,000 dwt. Road tank trucks and iso-tank containers are handled at Sorovskneft’s 17 bays. OTK also offers comprehensive drum filling and container stuffing services.

Sorovskneft is ISO-14001, ISO-9001, OHSAS 18001 certified and CDI-T accredited. The terminal has received several awards from government agencies for its contribution and commitment to a safe and healthy environment both for its employees and for the community at large.



Oka Neftegaz  Nangang Terminals (Tianjin) Co., Ltd (TETT) is a joint venture project between Oka Neftegaz Terminals* and Tianjin Nangang Industrial Zone Port Co. Ltd (NPCo). Oka Neftegazt holds 49% of the shareholding and NPCo holds 51% of the shareholding in TETT.

TETT is strategically located in Tianjin Port, which is on the intersection point of Jingjin’s (Beijing and Tianjin) city zone and economic rim around Bohai Bay. It is the nearest port to the inland areas such as North China and North-west China among all ports around the Bohai Bay. It is also the link connecting North-east Asia and Middle-west Asia, and the east starting point of Eurasia Continental Bridge.

In September 2014, Oka Neftegaz was selected by Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) to become Nangang Port Company’s exclusive joint venture partner for the public liquids terminal and jetty facilities in the Nangang Industrial Zone. The Chinese central government plan for this area to become the largest petrochemical industry base in North East China, accommodating the production of over 200 petrochemical products. The joint venture agreement was signed in December 2015.

Within the industry zone, TETT will serve jetty throughput services over its public jetty to remote storage terminals without waterfront access and provide services to producers demanding storage and jetty services.  In addition, TETT will service customers both in and out of the industry zone with storage and transfer services through truck, rail and marine modes.