Storage and Loading
SNOC owns and operates two liquids storage and export Terminals:
– The Condensate Terminal was constructed in 1981 to facilitate storing and loading condensate cargoes, the Terminal is connected to an SBM unit located at offshore Hamriyah, 15 kilometers from the coastline. The first cargo of 500,000barrels of condensate was exported in 1982 onboard the oil tanker ‘Amoco Savanah’
– The LPG Terminal was constructed in 1984 to chill and store Propane and Butane which are connected to an LPG Jetty loading facility through two kilometers pipeline.
– In addition to the above, SNOC has concluded a service agreement with the Sharjah Pipeline Company, commonly known as ANABEEB, to grant services and facilitate importing of fuel aviation via its LPG jetty, the Jet A1 is stored in ANABEEB facility and then diverted to the Sharjah International Airport via pipeline.