The port of St. Petersburg is located on the islands of Neva Delta, in Neva Bay in the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea. It is the European gateway of the country and is the most important transport link between the east and the west.
The port includes an oil terminal, ship-building and ship repair services as well as other services. It is well connected to the rest of Russia through the railway stations of October railway.
St. Petersburg is Russia’s largest Baltic port and its largest bunker supply market. The port is one of the most competitively priced bunker markets in the world, selling at prices on average below the main bunkering hubs of Singapore, Rotterdam and Fujairah.
Rosneft Marine supplies the following fuel grades in St. Petersburg:
|Port of St. Petersburg|
|Water location||Neva River|
|Anchorage depth||11.6m – 14.8m|
|Cargo pier depth||2.6m – 11.5m|
|Oil terminal depth||10.5m – 11m|
|Number of berths||200|