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Infrastructure & logistics

Our portfolio of midstream assets creates flexibility for storage and product flow management in support of our trading activities.

Our logistics, storage and blending facilities enable us to deliver a wide range of products, on time, anywhere in the world. Mercuria's assets are located at strategic delivery points and in hubs around the world.

Qingdao Haiye Oil Terminal

Qingdao
China

Mercuria owns a minority interest in Qingdao Haiye Oil Terminal The Terminal is located in the port area of Huangdao, Qingdao, a high oil-demand regionIt benefits from a berth with vessel capacity of 250,000 tons and a total storage capacity of 1,040K M3Multiple means of transportation including vessel, pipeline, railway and truck tankers are available for shipping products

Qingdao Haiye Oil Storage (DJK Storage)

Qingdao
China

Mercuria owns a minority interest in a joint venture company that is developing the terminal and storagesThe terminal is designed to have a storage capacity of 2,600K m3 together with one 400kt and one 100kt terminalsConnected to a 192km pipeline to Weifang with 30mtpa capacityThe terminal is strategically located in Dong Jia Kou, Qingdao

Qingdao Haiye Logistics (DJK Logistics)

Qingdao
China

2 berths and 400,000sqm stockpile dedicated to ore and coking coal operations

Rocky Mountain Crude Oil

Rockies
USA

Logistics and trucking company serving the oil basins within the US Rockies and the PermianWorks closely with Mercuria’s lease purchase business to bring well head production by truck over to the pipeline

Pin Oak Corpus Christi

Texas
USA

Crude oil and refined products terminal with pipeline connections into nearby refineries737,500 barrels of storageVacuum distillation unit and a polymer modified asphalt plantRail loading and unloading facilities, a truck rack, and access to Aframax and barge docks

Terin

Paranagua
Brazil

53,200cbm storage for petroleum productsLocated in Paranagua

Vesta Terminals Tallinn ("VTT")

Tallinn
Estonia

Part of the Vesta business, which is a joint venture with Sinopec Kantons, VTT storage terminal has historically been owned and operated by MercuriaVTT has storage capacity of 405K m3The terminal stores crude oils and oil productsThe terminal's infrastructure includes five berths with a maximum draft of 17 meters and its own substantial discharging facilities for rail carsVTT is navigable all the year round and is easily approachable

Vesta Terminals Flushing ("VTF")

Flushing
Netherlands

Part of the Vesta business, which is a joint venture with Sinopec Kantons, VTF storage terminal has historically been owned and operated by MercuriaVTF storage capacity is 391K m3The terminal comprises three separate sites that store various oil productsThe maximum draft is 12.5 meters with future potential to dredge to 14 metersStrategically located in the ARA region, VTF is an ICE deliverable terminal

Vesta Terminals Antwerp ("VTA")

Antwerp
Belgium

Part of the Vesta business, which is a joint venture with Sinopec Kantons, VTA storage terminal has historically been owned and operated by MercuriaVTA has storage capacity of 827K m3The terminal stores various oil products and biodieselThe terminal is located in the Port of Antwerp with excellent access to sea, road, rail and pipeline infrastructureStrategically located in the ARA region, Antwerp is Europe's second largest port and the largest petrochemical cluster.VTA is an ICE gasoil barges delivery point