Master Shipping operates a wide range of fuel storage tanks with capacity of 4,281,000 cm3 and fuel distribution facilities. Our bulk storage facilities are in Russia, Netherlands and Houston port terminal with a combined storage capacity of approximately 4,281,000 cm3 in our fuel storage tanks.

Our terminals have multi-modal (pipeline, truck, rail and light oil barges) capabilities, as well as art petrol blending facilities and industry-leading road loading racks; we can ensure that our customers have the best experience in the company. Our storage tanks are pipeline-connected to local chemical refinery facilities and gas processing plants and each facility has been approved.

We delivered petroleum commodities throughout our entire terminal delivering the products. Ensuring the safe handling of these products is vital to protecting our company, environment and businesses. Master Shipping is committed to safeguarding our communities and our environment. We design, install, inspect, operate, and maintain our storage facilities and logistical assets to meet and exceed regulatory standards and thoroughly train all employees to maintain system integrity. We also adhere to stringent Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) policies at all of our facilities. All employees and contractors must follow these policies and take any precautions necessary to protect both themselves and their colleagues. Safety is our top priority.

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Russian, Netherlands, Houston port

4,281,000 cm3

Mild steel, Flexi Tank, Steel Coated

250,000 - 1,040,800 barrels 

Vessel, Pipeline, Rail, Truck, barge 


92 feet

Jet Fuel, Virgin D6, Diesel Fuel oil, Crude, fuel oil, Base Oil, Kerosene

2, 4, 5 

Storage, Handling, Transhipment, Blending,


Novorossysik Port

Primorsk Port

Ust-Luga Port

Tuapse Port

Rotterdam Port

Vladivostok Port

Houston Port

Kozmino Port

Nakhodka Port 

St. Petersburg Port