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Oil storage expertise

Oil storage expertise

Thanks to its expertise across all areas of the oil storage sector, Ortec is the preferred partner of hydrocarbon storage operators in France and worldwide.

Availability, sustainability, performance, safety

The petrochemical and storage sector faces major challenges: reliability, safety and sustainability of installations, compliance with regulations, environmental impact management, etc.

Ortec’s multidisciplinary expertise, and its engineering, construction and maintenance solutions enable it to meet the expectations of a very demanding sector. To adapt oil depots to changing markets and make sure they are available, sustainable, efficient and safe, our teams take charge of EPC projects from design through construction to testing and commissioning.

Fourniture d'installations de stockage pour l'Afrique

Ortec for hydrocarbon storage

With a multi-trade offer and a business unit specialised in hydrocarbon storage, Ortec is able to provide turnkey solutions for Engineering,
Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects, and support its customers from the design phase through assembly to commissioning.

We organise and plan your revamping work and the management of all operating interfaces to minimise the downtime of atmospheric storage tanks and pressure vessels.

  • Transformation and adaptation of storage according to the product
  • Ten-year requalification
  • Unit shutdown
  • Electricity & instrumentation
  • Civil engineering
  • Piping
  • Assembly
  • Lifting
  • Procurement
  • Pumping/Jetting
  • Clean-up
  • Pipeline dismantling
  • Floating roof dismantling

We are also involved in the maintenance of installations, the industrial cleaning of tanks, the management and treatment of oily waste, etc.

Ortec Stockage GPL

A 6,000-M3 LPG STORAGE SPHERE IN TANZANIA

It took Ortec just 14 months to build a 6,000-m3 LPG storage sphere for Oryx Gas Tanzania in Dar es Salaam. It is no less than the eighth LPG sphere built by the group in the past ten years or so. The largest remaining sphere is in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (8,000 m3).