Profile
& Ownership

Six assets, four hubs

VTTI Energy Partners LP was formed in April 2014 by one of the world’s largest independent energy storage businesses: VTTI B.V.

The company is a fee-based, growth-oriented limited partnership, created to own, operate, develop and acquire refined petroleum product and crude oil terminals, and related energy infrastructure.

Our initial assets comprise a broad-based portfolio of six terminals that are strategically located in key energy hubs of the world.

a world class enterprise

VTTI Energy Partners’ general partner is VTTI B.V., one of the world’s largest independent storage businesses.

The company operates a global storage capacity totalling 50.5 million barrels / 9.1m m3, spread across 12 terminals in 5 continents. Over 1000 employees work for the business, drawn from 38 nationalities.

VTTI B.V. benefits from the global strength of its two co-owners: the Vitol Group and Buckeye Partners. They provide VTTI with direct insights into the entire petroleum value chain and are instrumental in cultivating valuable relationships and opportunities.

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9.1 MILLION m3 CAPACITY
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ACROSS 5 CONTINENTS
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OVER 1000 EMPLOYEES
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DRAWN FROM 38 NATIONALITIES
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Vitol Group is an energy and commodities company. Physical trading, logistics and distribution are at the core of the business, but are complemented by refining, shipping, terminals, exploration and production, power generation, mining and retail businesses. Founded in Rotterdam in 1966, today the company has almost 40 offices worldwide – with its largest operations in Geneva, Houston, London and Singapore.

Buckeye owns and operates a diversified network of integrated assets providing midstream logistic solutions, primarily consisting of the transportation, storage, and marketing of liquid petroleum products. Founded in 1886, it is one of the largest independent liquid petroleum products pipeline operators in the United States, with approximately 6,000 miles of pipeline and a terminal network comprising more than 120 terminals with storage capacity of over 110 million barrels.

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