First Caspian European Club CEO lunch in Tbilisi

Today Tbilisi hosts the 1st Caspian European Club Lunch.  The Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili marked the resumption of activities of Caspian Energy Georgia within the framework of the official ceremony. The Minister of Finance of Georgia Dimitry Kumsishvili, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Giorgi Gakharia, State Governor of the Kvemo-Kartli region Grigol Nemsadze and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Georgia Dursun Hasanov all attended CEO Lunch as honourary guests.

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Succession to critical positions

Kulevi Oil Terminal has a successfully running succession plan for all critical positions considering the fact that this is a compulsory part of every successful organization, as it helps to mitigate risk and ensures the continuous success of the organization. This plan is a transition of leadership when the person in a critical position exits the company. It also helps in meeting organizational challenges, to overcome certain obstacles and to cultivate the talents of our employees.


At the terminal, designated leaders proactively and effectively plan and develop transition strategies every year by identifying and prioritizing key successors and the challenges faced by the organization. 

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Oil Industry Workers Day

On September 20, the Republic of Azerbaijan proudly celebrates Oil Industry Workers Day. Our company congratulates each and every employee as well as all of our Azerbaijani colleagues working in this industry on this very special day. 


The unrivaled cooperation between the two republics of Georgia and Azerbaijan in the economic and energy sectors has created some of the leading oil and gas industry professionals in the region. All this is a result of the tireless, hard work and dedication of professionals like you. If not for workers like you, we would have not achieved what have today.


We are proud to say that this day has been celebrated every year since the establishment of the terminal.

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Health insurance program

Kulevi Oil Terminal is a company which cares about its employees and is always ready to invest in their well-being in order to help them achieve a better work-life balance.


The rising costs of healthcare have made it necessary for our company to protect our employees and their families from any financial instability that may arise in the case illness or hospitalization. That’s why health insurance is one of the most important, top valued benefits offered to our employees through their job.


Our company has always offered a health insurance program for employees and their families. 

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Congratulations on Kurban Bayram

Today, Muslims celebrate Kurban Bayram, one of the biggest holidays in the entire Islamic world.

Kurban Bayram is one of the most beautiful celebrations of peace, caring and victory over evil.


This holiday is all about charity and community. During this holiday a goat or sheep, sometimes even a bull is sacrificed and, as a rule, divided among seven people. The meat is then given to the poor and shared among family members and neighbors. People are constantly on the move visiting family and friends. 

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Overhaul of steam boiler facilities

The steam boiler facility has been operating at Kulevi Oil Terminal since 2008. The facility is equipped with two steam boilers of Finnish production. Steam boilers have an important role in the chain of the terminal’s operational processes and responds 100% to the terminal’s thermal needs, such as the operation of heat exchanger units, heat tracing of technological pipelines and the heating of office facilities and work places. 


Steam boiler equipment is very complex equipment operating amid high temperatures and pressure conditions. 

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Repairs on MARIAN B

Year-round navigation of large-tonnage tankers in Kulevi port substantially depends on the efficiency of the dredger MARIAN B. Since 2005, the vessel has fulfilled the dredging work in Kulevi. Until May 2008, with the help of the MARIAN B, work was undertaken to create an approach channel and the internal harbor of the port. After putting into operation the Kulevi Oil Terminal and the seaport, the dredger has been working to maintain navigational depths in the port water area, the total area of ​​which is about 770,000 m2.

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Service of fire-fighting and emergency response equipment

In order to ensure the proper working condition and constant aviability of fire-fighting and Emergency Reponse equipment, planned service work is being organized and conducted regurarly.


Based on the equipment’s operation manual, there are daily, weekly, monthly and annual service work that needs to be conducted. Daily and monthly service is carried out on the terminal using the terminal’s own resources. Annual maintenance is carried out by a specialized company that has the relevent licenses and certificates for the implementation of these services. 

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Kulevi Oil Terminal plants trees in Borjomi National Park

As a company committed to the environment, Black Sea Terminal is aware of its responsibility to protect environment and secure natural resources for future generations. But sometimes the protection fails and you have to develop new resources and contribute to green projects. 


Kulevi Oil Terminal is situated in the vicinity of an ecologically unique area – the Kolkheti National Park – which is under the protection of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance.

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About dredging works

When choosing a location for the construction of a sea port, preference is given to a deep-sea natural bay. However, due to the absence of a natural bay in the coastal zone of the Kolkheti lowland, and taking into account the great importance of the construction of a new marine oil terminal for the Georgian economy and the whole region, in agreement with all interested international, governmental and non-governmental organizations, it was decided to build an oil terminal with a sea port in the village of Kulevi, in the Khobi District, at the mouth of the Khobistskali River.


The terminal infrastructure and port facilities were built on the left bank of the river. The inner harbor was formed by the artificial expansion and deepening of the river mouth. 

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