2,200th tanker arrives in Kulevi port

Port Kulevi received, loaded and dispatched its 2,200 th tanker.


Operations began at Kulevi Oil Terminal and in the port of Kulevi on May 16, 2008. It took less than a month to get the first tanker. 

After 10 years of successful operations, Kulevi Port has advanced its general infrastructure to a level that can efficiently respond to the needs of any company. The Terminal’s progress has been noticeable over the years. The port’s capacity has increased, as well as the growing share of operations, including acceptance, loading and dispatch. The general director of Black Sea Terminal and the entire port management staff have given maximal effort into ensuring the constant development of the port, ensuring their future success.

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Kulevi Oil Terminal at the 17th National Business Awards

It is already been more than 23 years since The Georgian Times and the Georgian Opinion Research Business International (GORBI) conjointly began organizing the business rating awards ceremony and giving out awards for the best businessmen and companies from various fields of the economy. 


On November 10, the best-of-the-best were revealed and awarded at a ceremony held in Tbilisi. The participants of the ‘Investment Awards’ were also selected. 

Special prizes and certificates were handed-out to the participating companies and investors to symbolically show appreciation for their efforts, and stimulate their future contribution to the country’s economy. 

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Successful Investment

Today on the 28th of September, 2016, Vice Prime Minister of Georgia Mr. Dimitri Kumsishvili, Minister of Energy of Georgia Mr. Ilia Eloshvili, together with the President of SOCAR Mr. Rovnag Abdullayev, opened two new sections of Kulevi Oil Terminal - Tank Park №5 and №6. The representatives of the central and local governments of Azerbaijan and Georgia, the press, mass-media, and other representatives of Black Sea Terminal also participated in the event.


The tank park №5 consists of six reservoirs with a total capacity of 60, 000 m3. The construction of this facility which is for ...

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1200th tanker arrives in Kulevi port

The Kulevi port received, loaded and dispatched its 1200th tanker.


Operations commenced at Kulevi Oil Terminal and Kulevi port in May of 2008, and it took less than a month to receive its first tanker.


From that time, Kulevi Port advanced its general infrastructure to the level that can worthily respond to the needs of any company. It had been a noticeable progress. The port’s capacity has increased, as well as the growing share of operations, including acceptance, loading and dispatch.

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8 years of successful operation

Eight years have passed since the opening of one of the most successful terminals in the region.  


For eight years now, sea vessels have been arriving in Kulevi Port from various European and Asian countries. Our company provides a high level of service, and operates in compliance with international market requirements by following all rules and regulations. Since operations began on May 16, 2008, the terminal has transshipped more than 20 285 000 metric tons of oil and oil products. 


Black Sea Terminal LLC is distinguished ...

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20 mln tons

Kulevi Oil Terminal has transshipped 20,000,000 tons of oil and gas products since its operations began in 2008.


Meeting international safety standards Kulevi Oil Terminal provides the most efficient operations and satisfies all customer needs. All technical characteristics and successfully implemented quality management systems are maintained by experienced and qualified personnel, and make it possible to strive for goals and reach success every day. The terminal continues to work in the direction of transshipment volume increase.

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Kulevi Oil Terminal started to transship naphtha

Kulevi Oil Terminal is capable to transship a variety of hydrocarbons including crude oil, fuel oil, vacuum gasoil, gasoline, gasoil, aviation kerosene, ULSD, methanol, and LPG.


Black Sea Terminal has proven again however, that it can receive and transship more goods with existing resources and without any additional investment. The next stage of development was the successful receipt and dispatch of the new product - naphtha

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New product transshipped via LPG terminal

Launched in 2012, the terminal for the receipt and discharge of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG), stands as one of the most successful projects the SOCAR Group has undertaken. The unit is designed for the transshipment of liquefied petroleum gases with further delivery to the destination points via the LPG carriers. All operations for the receipt and discharge of liquefied petroleum gases are controlled via a local and remote-control room, using the SCADA automated control system.

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INTERTEK Surveillance Audit

From the December 7-10 2015, external auditors from INTERTEK conducted a recertification audit of Black Sea Terminal’s Integrated Management System.


The main objective of the audit was the evaluation of the compliance of company processes with the requirements of the applied international standards (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001). The external audit covered all the important operational and auxiliary processes, including service planning and provision, performance and customer satisfaction evaluation, document control, occupational health and safety, as well as environmental management and quality control. 

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2 150 000 tons

Thus far in 2015, Black Sea Terminal has transshipped about 2,150,000 metric tons of hydrocarbons, which consisted of 51% of heavy oil products, 48% of light oil products and 1% of propylene. Compared with the same period in 2014, the transshipment of oil products has increased by 11% this year.


Starting from the 3rd quarter of 2015, the terminal started receiving gasoline and gasoil, as well as the loading of liquid pyrolysis resin via its import operations trestle. 

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