"UST LUGA OIL" RAMPING UP PRODUCTION
Oil products transfer by "UST-LUGA OIL" terminal in the year 2014 reached 23.6 million tons. More than 60% – 14.7 million tons – dark oil products; 8.9 million tons – light oil products of which 4.7 million tons – SGC (stable gas condensate).
In the year 2014 OJCS "UST-LUGA OIL" started commissioning works at 1st and 2nd stages of Liquid Cargo Complex’ 4th Phase. Plans for the year 2015 envisage completion of Phase 4 construction in full scope.
From the day of Terminal commissioning (13.01.2011) as of 31.12.2014 cargo turnover of OJCS "UST-LUGA OIL" reached 59.5 million tons. By the end of year 2015 it is expected that it will reach 87.5 million tons.
"The Terminal is systematically ramping up production volumes not only by commissioning of new facilities but through performance optimization which is contributing to better production figures, – says Konstantin Khamlay, OJCS "UST-LUGA OIL" General Director. "Recently another record was hit: from 8-00 30.01.2015 till 8-00 31.01.2015 - 1416 rail tanks were offloaded (20 % increase of normative requirement was reached in cold season which is mostly remarkable!!!). In January we reached another outstanding record – million rail tanks offloaded!!! Discharge of millionth rail tank (№ 51440444, “Transoil” LLC) took place on 20.01.15 (track No. 7, rack № 2, mazut from Yanichkino, Moscow Oblast (Moscow Refinery)). Furthermore, we are anticipating thousandth tanker to be offloaded in May-June".
Company social protection remains consistent: "By the end of year 2014 average salary increase by more than 10%. We keep on maintaining entire social programs supported by the Company in 2014, namely: voluntary medical insurance, partial compensation of fitness and health recreation event for employees and their families, etc.".
Cargo turnover of OJSC “Rosneftbunker” oil transshipment terminal located in the Commercial Seaport of Ust-Luga amounted to 16.8 mln tons in 2013: 13.3 mln tons – black oil products; 1,6 mln light oil products; 1.9 mln tons – stable gas condensate (SGC).