Storage Terminals

Storage of petrochemical products is a science in itself. It takes careful planning and attention to the smallest of details. At Deep Sea Oil & Gas Company, we understand this. That’s why we provide storage facilities for vessel loads of feedstock. We are also paving way for new dimensions like blending products to create customer-specific grades.

HAMRIYAH Oil Terminal

The company’s port storage terminal in Hamriyah acts as a pillar of strength in its manufacturing process, by providing storage for vessel loads of feedstock and paving way for new dimensions like blending products to create customer-specific grades. It also goes a long way in supporting trading and offering storage to its customers and potential customers as a business proposition.

The facility has a total of 14 tanks with capacities ranging from 600 cbm to 3,700 cbm adding to a total of 35,000 cbm, with separate pipelines to the berth for white and black products. Safety practices are an integral part of the way the operations are run at this facility. It is equipped with a weighbridge for weighing road tankers for inward and outward movement of goods by surface transport. The storage facility also has the capability to handle high pour point products such as Bitumen and Rubber Process Oil that require heating and insulated storage and piping.



FUJAIRAH Oil Terminal  

The first phase of the terminal started its operation in January 2013 with a storage capacity of 412,000 cbm to handle Class III petroleum products such as Fuel Oil, Gas Oil and Cutter Stock (Coker Gas Oil). The terminal is strategically located and connects to Port of Fujairah’s Common Matrix Manifold for handling various vessels. It is spread across 112,233 sq.m and includes up to 73,269 sq.m of expansion capability and 17 tanks (with unique sizes ranging from 13,000 cbm up to 40,000 cbm).  

Design Features

  • Cargoes: Class III Petroleum Products, in 1st Phase - Fuel Oil and Gas Oil
  • Thermic Fluid Heating Systems & Blending by side entry mixtures in Fuel Oil Tanks
  • Cone-down tank bottom design - according to API Std. 650
  • Connectivity to all available berths in OT1 & OT2 jetties


At a distance of 140 kms South-West of Bhavnagar and 153 nautical miles North-West of Mumbai, Pipavav Terminal is located in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. This Terminal will handle A, B, C as well as Non-classified products and 44 tanks, with storage capacity of 248,000 cbm. Commissioning of this terminal is scheduled by end of 2014.

This terminal will have total 24 tank truck gantry and 2 weigh bridge, rail wagon loading / unloading and provision for blending of HVFO as well as ITT. The Terminal has complete flexibility for any type of oil product for third party storage.

Port Pipavav is managed and operated by APM Terminals (A.P.Moller-Maersk Group) which is one of the largest container terminal operators in the world. The port experiences annual traffic of 3.5 MMT per annum. Its existing liquid jetty offers draft size of 11.5 m and LOA is 220 m. The port also plans to develop two more liquid jetty.