Petroleum transport
Petroleum transport is the transportation of petroleum and derivatives such as petrol (gasoline) .
Petroleum may be moved especially quickly by means of:In this way, millions of barrels of crude o...
Oil tanker
An oil tanker, also known as a petroleum tanker, is a merchant ship designed for the bulk transport of oil. There are two basic types of oil tankers: the crude tanker and the product tanker. Crude tan...
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Pipeline transport
Pipeline transport is the transportation of goods through a pipe. P&GJ’s worldwide survey figures indicate that 118,623 miles of pipelines are planned and under construction. Of these, 88,976 repr...
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Institute of Oil Transportation
The Institute of Oil Transportation (IOT) is a design and engineering company in Ukraine. It specialises in the transportation, handling, storage and distribution of crude oil and petroleum products i...
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MT Mastera
MT Mastera is a Finnish Aframax crude oil tanker operated by Neste Shipping. She and her sister ship, Tempera, are the first ships to utilize the double acting tanker (DAT) concept, developed by Aker ...
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A Whale
A Whale is a Liberian-flagged ore-oil carrier built in 2010 by Hyundai Heavy Industries, Ulsan, South Korea for TMT Co. Ltd. (formerly Taiwan Maritime Transport Co. Ltd.) from the Republic of China (T...
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German tanker Altmark
Altmark was a German oil tanker and supply vessel, one of five of a class built between 1937 and 1939. She is best known for her support of the German commerce raider, the "pocket battleship" Admiral ...
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MT Bonsu
The MT Bonsu is a 16,000 tonne oil storage vessel that operates off the coast of Ghana in the Saltpond Oil Field. It was commissioned for operations in the field in 2008.
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Port of Gothenburg
The municipally-owned Port of Gothenburg (Swedish: Göteborgs hamn) is the second largest port in the Nordic countries after the Port of Bergen, with over 11,000 ship visits per year from over 140 ...
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List of oil pipelines
This is a list of oil pipelines.
Torben Spirit
Piri was an Aframax oil tanker. She was built as Torben Spirit in 1994 at the Onomichi shipyard in Japan and registered in the Bahamian port of Nassau. In December 2012, the vessel was renamed Piri an...
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Heat-shrinkable sleeve
Heat-shrinkable sleeve (or commonly "shrink sleeve") is a corrosion protective coating for pipelines in the form of a wraparound or tubular sleeve that is field-applied.
The first heat-shrinkable ...
Pipeline accidents
The following is a list of pipeline accidents:
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Slurry pipeline
A slurry pipeline is used in mining to transport mineral concentrate from a mineral processing plant near a mine.
The concentrate of the ore is mixed with water and then pumped over a long distanc...
MV Ancylus
MV Ancylus was one of nine Anglo Saxon Royal Dutch/Shell oil tankers converted to become a Merchant Aircraft Carrier (MAC ship). The group is collectively known as the Rapana class.MV Ancylus was buil...
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Odyssey (tanker)
Odyssey, which previously went by the name Oriental Phoenix, was an oil tanker in operation from 1971 to November 10, 1988, when an explosion caused it to sink in the North Atlantic off the coast of C...
MT Varzuga
MT Varzuga (Варзуга) is a Russian product tanker operated by Murmansk Shipping Company. After her modernization in 1993 she became the first merchant ship to be equipped with Azipod, an electric azimu...
MV Rapana
MV Rapana was one of nine Anglo Saxon Royal Dutch/Shell oil tankers converted to become a Merchant Aircraft Carrier (MAC ship). The group is collectively known as the Rapana class.Rapana was launched...
MV Rapana - Wikipedia
Batillus
Batillus was a supertanker, built in 1976 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique at Saint-Nazaire for the French branch of Shell Oil. The first vessel of homonymous Batillus class supertankers. Batillus, togeth...
Pipeline bridge
A pipeline bridge is a bridge for running a pipeline over a river. Pipeline bridges for liquids and gases are, as a rule, only built when it is not possible to run the pipeline on a conventional bridg...
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MV Empire MacCabe
MV Empire MacCabe was an oil tanker converted to a merchant aircraft carrier or MAC ship.MV Empire MacCabe was built by Swan Hunter, Wallsend under order from the Ministry of War Transport. She entere...
Bellamya
The Bellamya was a supertanker, built in 1976 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique at Saint-Nazaire for the French branch of Shell Oil. It was the second Batillus class supertanker. Bellamya, together with he...
Tolt pipeline
The Tolt pipeline runs from Tolt Reservoir in the Cascade Range to the City of Seattle, supplying the city with about 30% of its water supply. It passes through Seattle's northern Eastside suburbs an...
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Coal pipeline
Coal pipelines are pipelines used to transport coal from where it is mined to where it is consumed. For very short distances, large trucks are used to transport coal, but trains and barges are preferr...
Searsport Terminal
Searsport Terminal is a port in Searsport, Maine. Searsport provides tanker offloading and temporary storage services for crude oil transportation. The terminal is also home to the beginning for the S...
Exxon Valdez
Oriental Nicety, formerly Exxon Valdez, Exxon Mediterranean, SeaRiver Mediterranean, S/R Mediterranean, Mediterranean, and Dong Fang Ocean, was an oil tanker that gained notoriety after running agroun...