Tianyuan Oil Depot was established in 2003 and is located in No. 19 District, Haibin Road, Nanhai Street, Dianbai District, Maoming City. It has a tank capacity of 26,000 m³ when it was established. It is mainly engaged in the storage of heavy oil, fuel oil, gasoline and diesel. As the company continues to grow and develop, on July 30, 2013, the Group, China National Petroleum Corporation and Foshan Shunde Fuel Petrochemical Co., Ltd. jointly invested to establish "Maoming Zhongyou Tianyuan Oil Storage Co., Ltd.".
The company continues to grow, expand and upgrade, transforming two heavy oil tanks from the Shuidong Oil Depot of the thermal power plant into light oil tanks, and in 2015, newly built three 3000m³ storage tanks in the Shuidong Oil Depot of the thermal power plant. At present, the oil depot has two storage areas: a power plant storage area and a bonded warehouse. The power plant storage area has 2 storage tanks of 10000m³ and 3 storage tanks of 3000m³. They are mainly engaged in the storage of diesel, gasoline, naphtha, condensate and solvent oil. The bonded warehouse has 2 storage tanks of 3000m³ and 3 storage tanks of 5000m³, mainly engaged in fuel oil storage business. The oil depot now has 10 storage tanks with a total storage capacity of 50,000 m³. The oil products are mainly transported by vehicles and ships. The power plant storage area and the bonded storage area are connected to the Mao Petrochemical Port Branch Wharf and Tianyuan Wharf.
Maoming Zhongyou Tianyuan Oil Storage Co., Ltd. is committed to systematically technological transformation of oil storage tanks, pipeline transportation, oil delivery and loading, oil testing, safety monitoring and early warning, etc., greatly improving the technological content and oil of production and operation. The efficiency of product turnover reduces the labor intensity of employees, enhances the ability to detect oil quality, and monitors the tank farm for 24 hours, effectively eliminating potential safety hazards and reducing waste gas and wastewater emissions.