Our Storage Terminals

We partner with various storage terminals both local and international companies.

Rotterdam Terminal
Rotterdam Terminal, Netherlands

Bridge Terminal possess a large scale independent oil hub terminal in the Port of Rotterdam to handle crude and a full spectrum of petroleum products. Market place and trading hub with opportunities for intra and inter terminal trading, blending and optimization of the logistics of our customers. Strategically located in Europe’s biggest refinery center with pipeline connections to 10 refineries and connections to the main product pipelines including jet fuel pipeline connections to the key airports in North West Europe.

Houston Terminal
Houston Terminal, USA

Occupying over 120 acres, Bridge Terminal in Houston provides crude oil, residual fuel oil, feedstocks and refined products terminal storage services. Bridge Terminal’s current crude oil expansion will increase its overall tank storage capacity to 12.5 million barrels. With its roots in fuel oil, Bridge Terminal is one of the largest providers of residual fuel oil storage on the U.S. Gulf Coast. In addition, Bridge Terminal has provided crude oil terminal services for many years serving the supply needs of local refineries.

Yangpu Terminal
Yangpu Terminal, China

Bridge Terminal actively pursues a growth strategy in China and many other locations around the world that are of critical importance to its customers. With the terminal in Yangpu, Hainan the storage capacity of Bridge Terminal’s Chinese terminal network increases from 1.1 million cbm today to well over 2.5 million cbm in 2017. On a global scale Bridge Terminal will add more than 5 million cbm to its total storage capacity for bulk liquids including the projects in China leading to a total storage capacity of 25.5 million cbm at the end of 2017.

West Zhuhai Terminal
West Zhuhai Terminal, China

Currently the West Zhuhai Terminal is primarily used by for diesel and gasoline storage and trans-shipment. The total throughput in 2009 was 2.2 million tonnes compared to 1.9 million tonnes in 2008, a year-on-year increase of 16 per cent. Bridge Terminal's tanks and partnership enable the terminal to develop a broader customer base and a wider product base, including jet fuel and chemicals.

Vladivostok Terminal
Vladivostok Terminal, Russia

Vladivostok terminal has Total capacity of shore-tank park is 90,000m³. The terminal is able to take storage up to 130 rail-tank-cars for short-term storage using its own railway. If necessary loading on the tanker can be carried out from rail tank-cars.

Primorsk Terminal
Primorsk Terminal, Russia

Specialised sea oil loading port Primorsk design with the capacity of 65 million tons a year is the terminal point of the Baltic Pipeline System (BPS) intended for export of the Russian crude oil from the fields of the Timano-Pechorsky region, Western Siberia and the Ural-Volga region.

Kozmino Terminal
Kozmino Terminal, Russia

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.

Novorossiysk Terminal
Novorossiysk Terminal, Russia

Novorossiysk Terminal is a key gateway for storage and shipment of a wide range of Russian import and export cargoes. Port of Novorossiysk situated in north-east part of Black Sea is one of the main Russian ports and fifth largest port in Europe. Multi-purpose facilities give an opportunity to handle different types of cargoes (bulk cargoes, general cargoes and containers) and react rapidly to changes in the types of cargoes, delivered through Port of Novorossiysk.