News / mars 31 2023

Grieg Logistics partners up with Esso in Slagentangen and Skålevik!


Starting 1st of April, Grieg Logistics will support Esso Norge with fully integrated terminal operations, mooring services and agency, supported by technology.

 This major accomplishment marks a significant expansion of Grieg Logistics’ operations in Norway. Through our digital foundation, Grieg Logistics will provide a unique set of management systems, mobile applications and data services that can be used at every level of port and terminal operations. Together with Esso, we will ensure safe and effective operations with continuous improvement through digitalization and lean logistic work processes. Grieg Logistics also welcomes more than 20 new employees that will help with these operations.

“We are excited to take on this major job on behalf of Esso Norge and are looking forward to a long-term cooperation” Morten Graff, COO in Grieg Logistics.

Grieg facts:

Grieg Logistics aims at being a preferred partner for operating safe, efficient, and sustainable terminals. We have developed a new standard within terminal operations where we combine technology, people, and knowledge to enable utilization of integrated solutions. Our strategic partnerships allow for innovation and the creation of new concepts for a sustainable future. We are here to help you get greener by getting smarter.


Esso facts:

Esso Norge AS is a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation in the USA and has a long and proud history in Norway. The company was established in Norway in 1893 and now has its headquarters at Slagentangen near Tønsberg. The refinery at Slagentangen was inaugurated in 1961 and for 60 years, petroleum products were refined at the facility. In the summer of 2021, Esso discontinued refinery operations. The facility now functions as a fuel terminal and will ensure reliable supply of liquid fuel to all of Norway. Products are now imported to the terminal at Slagentangen and then redistributed by ship from Slagentangen to the company’s and customers’ terminals along the entire Norwegian coast. In addition, products are distributed by tank truck directly from Slagentangen. Since 2007, the company has also blended renewable biofuels into the products we deliver to the Norwegian market, and in December 2021, Esso purchased a 49.9% stake in Biojet AS, a company that plans to produce biofuels from wood waste.


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