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OMV Petrom opens greenfield fuel terminal in Isalnita

December 2012 - From the Print Edition

OMV Petrom last month cut the ribbon on its third greenfield fuel terminal in Isalnita, Dolj county, following an investment of 26 million Euro. The facility, which was built from scratch, is part of a large investment programme, totalling 87 million Euro, which includes the construction of three new terminals (in Jilava, Brazi and Isalnita) and the modernisation of three others, officials said. With a capacity of 11,000 cubic meters, the terminal in Isalnita will provide fuel to customers in the south of Romania.
Neil Anthony Morgan, a member of Petrom′s Executive Board, in charge of Refining and Marketing, said: "This is the third greenfield fuel terminal we have completed in the last three years. With a modern terminal network we will be more efficient and will continue to supply Petrom′s customers with products in accordance with the European standards for this activity. We also reaffirm the commitment taken within our strategy for 2021 to continue to improve our operations through a modern terminal network that fully supports the filling station network. Up until now, we have invested 87 million Euro in the construction of the three terminals in Jilava, Brazi and Isalnita."
The facility in Brazi was finished in 2010 with the investment reaching 29 million Euro, while the terminal in Jilava was built in 2009, following a 31 million Euro investment.
The three terminals are fully automated and comply with Romanian and European norms and standards. They have a total storage capacity of 46,000 m3 (Jilava: 27,000 m3, Brazi: 8,000 m3, Isalnita: 11,000 m3).
The oil products delivered at the facilities are stored in reservoirs above the ground which are equipped with automated systems for volume and temperature measurement, automated systems for protection against over-filling and fixed systems for fire extinction.



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