Performance Results

Marine terminals owned by the Company

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RN-Morskoi Terminal Tuapse petroleum transshipment terminal

The terminal transships mostly export petroleum products from the Tuapse Refinery, Saratov Refinery, Samara group of refineries, Nizhnevartovsk Refinery, and Bashneft refineries.

2019 Performance Highlights

  • In 2019, the terminal commissioned an additional fire fighting system for tank farms No. 2 and No. 4 and a terminal-wide automatic measurement, stocktaking and balancing system.
  • The terminal is upgrading its production assets to make them compliant with the latest industrial, environmental and fire safety requirements and carrying out a production expansion programme to increase freight turnover at the Tuapse Refinery.
  • The work is underway to introduce a monitoring system for material flows in tanks and pipelines and install stationary protective equipment to prevent falls from loading/unloading racks and lighting tower ladders.
In 2019, the total transshipment volume (including export and domestic bunkering services) at the terminal in Tuapse amounted to
15.2  mmt
The Company’s deep-water berth accounted for 9.3 mmt of the total transshipment volume.
RN-Morskoi Terminal Tuapse transshipped an additional
0.95 mmt
of crude oil for the Tuapse Refinery.
In 2019, the terminal was upgraded to receive petroleum products from sea-going ships, with
90 kt
of petroleum products additionally delivered by the Company's tankers (Rosnefteflot).

RN-Morskoi Terminal Nakhodka petroleum transshipment terminal

The terminal transships mostly export petroleum products from the Komsomolsk Refinery, Angarsk Petrochemical Company, and Achinsk Refinery. It is also used to ship petroleum products to the domestic market (Magadan, Chukotka, Kamchatka and Sakhalin regions).

In 2019, the total transshipment volume (including bunkering) at the terminal in Nakhodka amounted to
5.7  mmt,
including 0.22 mmt of third-party products.

2019 Performance Highlights

  • The terminal is upgrading its production assets to make them compliant with the latest industrial, environmental and fire safety requirements.
  • In 2019, the work continued to upgrade a tank farm, an oil tanker pier and clean-up facilities to meet the requirements of applicable regulations.
  • In the fourth quarter of 2019, the terminal commissioned a new fire station. A segregated technology is adopted to transship DTl-Euro-K5 diesel fuel (for the needs of the Russian Federal Security Service).

Target programmes of the Company

  • Target programme for the petroleum product quality assessment and assurance:
    • in the fourth quarter of 2019, the terminal piloted the first phase (petroleum products at tank farms) of the online accounting system;
    • in the fourth quarter of 2019, the terminal piloted the fourth phase (petroleum products at unloading) of the online accounting system (rail weighing scales for moving tank cars arriving at the terminal for unloading);
    • in the fourth quarter of 2019, the terminal began construction and installation for the second phase (petroleum products at the oil tanker pier) of the online accounting system (installation of the petroleum product measurement and quality assessment system at the loading pipelines to measure the weight of petroleum products loaded onto the tanker).
  • Target programme for the installation of protective equipment to prevent falls from height at marine terminals of the Company:
    • in the fourth quarter of 2019, the terminal commissioned safety equipment to prevent falls of the personnel from unloading racks No. 1 and No. 2.

RN-Arkhangelsknefteprodukt petroleum transshipment terminal

The terminal transships mostly export petroleum products from the Samara group of refineries and Angarsk Petrochemical Company and third-party products, as well as provides bunker fuel transshipment services. It is also used to deliver fuel to the Far North and supply wholesale buyers in the Arkhangelsk Region.

In 2019, the total transshipment volume (including export and domestic bunkering services) at the terminal amounted to
1.2 mmt,
including 0.46 mmt of third-party products.

2019 Performance Highlights

  • The following systems were installed and commissioned at the terminal:
    • APCS: control cables replaced in the TRL/2 system of the tank farm; level gauges replaced in the petroleum product measuring (weighing) channels of vertical steel tanks;
    • Process Pipelines: four mass flow meters installed in the bunkering system at piers, commissioned and integrated into the online accounting information system;
    • Video Surveillance System: a tank car video recording system, including IR imagers, installed and commissioned. The unloading rack underwent repairs to increase its bunker fuel unloading capacity.
  • A mothballed pumping station was put back into operation at an increased unloading capacity; the volume of bunker fuel stored at a time was increased; 10 th. cub m tank No. 30 and 1 th. cub m tank No. 28 underwent capital repairs.