Nayara Energy operates the Wardha liquids storage terminal, which is located in Maharashtra in India. This liquids storage terminal became operational in 2019 and is owned by Rosneft Oil, Trafigura Group, and others.
The terminal, which is accessible by rail and road, primarily stores petroleum products.
Key specifications of the storage terminal
Storage Capacity (bbl): 3,04,049
Tank Size Min (bbl): 126
Tank Size Max (bbl): 25,159
Number of Tanks: 16
About Nayara Energy
Nayara Energy Ltd (Nayara Energy) is a downstream company that carries out the refining and marketing of oil refined products. The company operates a refinery at Vadinar in Gujarat, which is capable of processing crude from sweet to sour and light to heavy into Euro-grade petroleum products. Its portfolio of products includes sulphur, bitumen, petcoke, fly ash and high-speed diesel. The refinery has access to a coal-based captive power plant; a storage unit; and a deep-water port. The company markets its petroleum products through a network of retail outlets. It also sells products in bulk to companies operating in the industrial and transport sectors. The company operates as a joint venture between Rosneft Oil Co, Trafigura Pte Ltd and UCP PE Investments Ltd. Nayara Energy is headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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