Operates the main logistics assets of Petromidia and Vega refineries
Midia Marine Terminal was established in 2007, taking over the administration of the berths in Midia harbor from Rompetrol Logistics, company that developed operation in this area since 2001.
On the Romanian shore of the Black Sea, the company operates three main divisions:
Offshore oil terminal and crude oil tank farm
- Onshore oil and gas Midia Port terminals: Berths no. 1-4 (for crude oil & molasses) and no 9 - 9A, 9B, 9C (for fuel products, ethylene and LPG)
- Petromidia and Vega Ramps
The offshore terminal is one of the most important assets in the trading activity. Built in 2008, 8.6 km out in the Midia Port of the Black Sea, the crude oil terminal has a technical capacity of 24 million tons/year and receives vessels up to 160,000 tons deadweight.
The marine terminal transfers 5 million tons of crude, quantity operated by almost 50 tankers per year. More than 440 vessels were operated between 2008 and 2018.
The terminal is linked with the refinery tank farm which has a storage capacity of approximately 400,000 cubic meters. The main benefits consist in providing significant cost reductions by shortening the transit route by 33 kilometers than through Constanta Port.
The company has modernized and extended the Berth no. 9 by adding 3 new terminals - 9A, 9B and 9C in order to increase the transit of the finished products from Petromidia refinery, up to 350.000 tons/month. Following important investments, Berth 9 became the most modern and versatile oil & gas terminal and the only cryogenic terminal in Black Sea.
Also, all seven berths of the Group in Midia Port have been dredged, allowing the mooring of ships with more than 10,000 tons dwt and barges with 2,000 tons dwt.
Almost 550 vessels and 2 mill tons of oil products, LPG, ethylene & raw materials are imported and exported annually through the berths managed by the company in Midia Port.
The transfer via Petromidia and Vega refineries loading/unloading ramps exceed 3.5 million tons per year of fuel products & LPG, with 60.000 rail tanks operated and more than 35.000 truck tanks operated yearly.
Midia Marine Terminal has increased its naval fleet in 2015, currently operating three tugs - Tirreno, for assistance in handling 150,000 tdw of oil tankers; Bucharest and Astana, for hose maneuvers, offshore maintenance and works, diving support and assistance to vessels in the Midia harbor. The MMT fleet also includes a pilot boat and two working boats.
Starting with 2018, Midia Marine Terminal offers live cleaning services for boats with divers, for diving equipment and company tug-boats.
2013: The investment of USD 100 million was amortized in just 5 years from commissioning
2015: More than 23 million tons of crude were unloaded and 276 were safely processed at the offshore oil terminal
2016: The total quantity transferred through all the terminals operated by Midia Marine Terminal was of over 11 million tons of crude and petroleum products
2017: Over 32 million tons of crude were transferred by the marine terminal
2018: Over 38 million tons of crude and over 440 ships safely discharged through the offshore terminal since 2008