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Rotterdam introduces licensing program for fuel supplier. Rotterdam, oil registered operators

Rotterdam oil registered operators

Rotterdam, oil registered operators
Oil operators registered in Rotterdam by KOMPTRADE

Weekly analysis of the oil market

On February 1, 2021 Rotterdam introduced a licensing programme for bunker suppliers operating within the port. The official list of licensed suppliers can be found here:

The PDF file can be viewed after registering on the port website.

 

The five oil refineries in the port of Rotterdam form the core of the petrochemical cluster in the port area. The oil refineries manufacture products such as gasoline, diesel, kerosene, heating oil and feedstock for the chemical industry.

The refineries in the port have a combined distillation capacity of 58 million tonnes. In the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany another five refineries are supplied with (crude) oil via pipelines from the port of Rotterdam.


 

Platts corrects German Renewable Capture Prices for Feb. 28 and Feb. 29 Rotterdam oil registered operators

Commodity: Electric Power, Energy Transition


Region: EMEA


Subscriber note type: Data Correction


Platts, part of S&P Global Commodity Insights, has corrected German Renewable Capture Prices data for Feb. 28 and Feb. 29 due to a technical error.



Rotterdam Europort : Ideal location for crude oil supply

The oil refineries in the port of Rotterdam receive their crude oil by tanker from areas including the North Sea region, Russia and the Middle East. The port of Rotterdam offers the advantage that even the largest oil tankers can enter the port and load and unload at the oil terminals in a single visit. The crude oil is transported by pipeline to the refineries in Rotterdam and the hinterland.



Cluster with Vlissingen, Antwerp and Germany

The petrochemical cluster in Rotterdam is not isolated. Together with the refineries of Total/Lukoil in Vlissingen, Shell in Godorf, BP/Rosneft in Gelsenkirchen and Total and ExxonMobil in Antwerp, the port of Rotterdam makes up one of the three largest fuel hubs in the world. Excellent distribution possibilities within Europe and overseas and the broad range of tank storage ensure that also large-scale trade in fuels takes place in Rotterdam.



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