The main function of the affiliated company is to run the oil loading terminal near the railway station of Zhecha in order to deliver-by-railway crude oil to the Republic of Byelorussia, Baltic States and Eastern Europe. The oil loading terminal is equipped with the facilities that meet the world’s technological and environmental standards. Its initial transshipment capacity is 5 million tons of feed in a year, to eventually be expanded to 7 million tons. The terminal’s infrastructure also includes a 19.7 km trunk pipeline and a tank farm whose vessels store more than 60 thousand tons of crude.

In the course of the terminal construction at Zhecha a railway station building was erected and the railway lines at the stations of Zhecha and Unecha including the span between them were reinstated.

The oil loading terminal being the biggest investment project in the region means new jobs for the local population, more taxes in the local budget, favorable conditions for developing other activities in the area and rapid development of social and engineering infrastructure.

Total investment cost of the project has exceeded 90 million dollars.



1. All company and contractor vehicles, including forklift trucks, must be fit for the purpose and have been maintained in safe working condition. Seat belts shall be installed and functional and the vehicle equipped with a first aid kit and fire- extinguisher;
  2. Exhaust pipes of vehicles servicing facilities where a build-up of hydrocarbon gases is possible must be fitted with spark arresters;
  3. The number of passengers should not exceed the manufacturer’s specification for the vehicle;
  4. Loads must be secured and must not exceed manufacturer’s specification and legal limits for the vehicle


1. Seat belts must be worn by all occupants at all times, whenever a vehicle is in motion;
  2. Drivers must be appropriately assessed, trained, have a relevant Class driving license and be medically fit to operate the vehicle;
  3. Drivers must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or any other substance or medication that could impair their ability to drive;
  4. Driving lights shall be on at any day and night time during a period from September 15 to April 15 inclusive when driving outside populated areas, as well as everywhere;
  Mobile phones or other two-way communication devices must not be used by the driver while operating the vehicle.