Al Ittihad Newspaper – “ADNOC Logistics” provides petroleum port services in...

Al Ittihad Newspaper – “ADNOC Logistics” provides petroleum port services in...
Al Ittihad Newspaper – “ADNOC Logistics” provides petroleum port services in...

Abu Dhabi (Al Ittihad)

ADNOC Logistics and Services, the shipping and maritime logistics arm of the ADNOC Group, signed an agreement yesterday with ADNOC, represented by the Petroleum Ports Authority, under which it obtains a 25-year license to provide shipping and various services for transporting hydrocarbon products to ADNOC’s petroleum ports in Jebel Dhanna, Das and Zirku islands. And Mubarraz in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
This agreement represents an important development that consolidates ADNOC Logistics and Services’ position and reinforces its role as a strategic partner for the Petroleum Ports Authority in providing world-class services in the fields of shipping, navigation, ports and logistical operations for all petroleum ports for the ADNOC Group in Abu Dhabi. It also provides more strategic cooperation opportunities in the field of providing services. Specialized and diversified under a long-term agreement, rather than being offered through contracts involving multiple transactions.

World class
According to the agreement, ADNOC Logistics and Services will provide a variety of port services, including pilotage and towing of ships, marine oil line management, and other marine services. ADNOC Logistics and Services were selected after technical reviews and benchmark studies were conducted in comparison with a number of major regional and international ports, to ensure that they keep pace with international best practices and provide various services of international standards to the petroleum ports.
ADNOC Logistics and Services has extensive experience managing port operations. In 2019 alone, the Marine Services team completed 8659 dives, 741 ship towing operations, 2022 marine line handling, 5,630 piloting and 2,806 mooring operations. In addition, the company manages the largest inventory of response equipment dedicated to handling oil spill incidents in UAE.
“This agreement allows us to use the company’s resources to achieve its strategic goals, and to employ the latest innovations to improve performance and raise efficiency, in our endeavor to provide continuous and integrated services to all petroleum ports in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi,” said Abdul Karim Al-Musabi, CEO of ADNOC Supplies and Services.
For his part, Jassim Al Khumairi, Senior Vice President, Petroleum Ports Authority, said: “This agreement, the first of its kind in the UAE, is evidence of the Petroleum Ports Authority’s constant keenness to provide sustainable and efficient services. It also confirms our great confidence in the assets and capabilities of ADNOC Logistics and Services and its ability to provide distinguished and world-class services in the UAE, which enables us to maintain and enhance the accurate standards of marine services as part of our continuous efforts and endeavors to ensure the safe export of ADNOC products to its customers. ”

Integrated services
As the shipping and maritime logistics arm of the ADNOC Group, ADNOC Logistics and Services provides world-class integrated services in the fields of shipping, navigation, ports, logistics operations and oil wells along the supply chain for the oil and gas sector in the UAE, through three main business sectors including shipping, onshore services and logistics. Navy. It also provides safe, reliable, cost-effective and cost-effective maritime and logistical solutions to the ADNOC Group companies and more than 100 customers around the world.
ADNOC Logistics and Services is a link in the ADNOC supply chain, as it ships oil, gas and petroleum products to customers around the world. It also owns and operates the largest shipping fleet in the UAE, which is expected to grow in the future in line with ADNOC’s increase in exploration capacity. Productivity and its expansion in trade and circulation. ADNOC Logistics and Services transports ADNOC’s production of crude oil, refined products, dry bulk materials and liquefied natural gas on its own or chartered vessels. In 2019, the Dnoc Logistics and Services fleet cut 10.3 million nautical miles and shipped more than 20 million metric tons of cargo to the ADNOC Group.
The marine logistics team operates a fleet of 44 vessels and leases an equal number. The company’s fleet includes a range of tug boats, platform supply ships, rescue and emergency vessels, landing craft and crew transport boats. ADNOC Logistics and Services also operates logistical bases in Ruwais, Fujairah and Mussafah. The Mussafah base is the largest integrated logistics base in the UAE and the Gulf, with a total area of ​​more than 1.4 million square meters. During 2019, the Mussafah base, which has a capacity of 72 ships, received 4,500 entry operations to the port, and handled 910,000 tons of customer shipments.
The company’s marine passenger terminal also transports 130,000 passengers annually from Zayed Port, providing a direct means of transport connecting marine facilities and facilities in the UAE. ADNOC Logistics and Services also operates the Borouge Container Terminal in Ruwais, from which more than 3.5 million metric tons of cargo have been shipped over the past year.

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