Batumi Oil Terminal (BOT) located in Batumi, Georgia is one of the first oil terminals on Black Sea. Massive storage comprised of several tank farms (183 shore tanks equal to appr. 757944 m3 storage capacity) complemented with 8 railway installations and flexible port facility allow to handle all range of crudes and oil products. Heating is available to facilitate handling of heavy and viscous crudes and oil products.
Rail car tanks (RTCs) discharge is performed on 7 rail racks designated for crude oil, fuel oil and light oil products. One more railway installation is designed for unloading of liquefied gases. Total simultaneous discharge capability is 229 RTCs. There is a separate railway loading installation for simultaneous loading of 10 RTCs.
The terminal Port loading facility for crude oil and oil products consists of 3 berths and coast buy mooring (CBM) where 4 tankers of different DWT can be allocated at the same time (from 5’000 mt to 35’000 mt at Berths No 1-3 and up to 97’000 MT at CBM).
Batumi Oil Terminal successfully passed Certification and gained ISO 9001 “Quality Management System”, ISO 14001 “Environmental Management System” and ISO 18001 “Occupational Health and Safety Management System” certificates in June 2009.