About
OLIVIA ENERGY GROUP

OLIVIA ENERGY GROUP is a leading holding company in the energy sector, whose activities are committed to the environment and the principles of the circular economy.

Headquartered in the Bay of Cadiz (Spain), in Tax Free “Zona Franca” and the dock of La Cabezuela, we direct our operations to Spain, Europe and the world, from an unbeatable strategic location.

Our plants have a storage capacity of 67,000 cubic meters, in tanks for recycling products and biofuels.

Las verticales de negocio de Olivia Energy Group abarcan operaciones de trade, almacenamiento de graneles líquidos y biocombustibles, valorización de residuos y estaciones de servicio.

También disponemos de una compañía de suministro de electricidad con una fuerte vocación del uso de la energía solar.

Operamos bajo las premisas de innovación, competitividad y sostenibilidad social y medioambiental, rumbo al horizonte 360.

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Facilities
CLH Y OEG Terminals

Our terminals have an average traffic of 400,000 MT per year, mainly of second and third generation biofuels (FAME and HVO), raw materials (UCO and other residual fats) and chemical products.

We have three docks in the Port of Cadiz that operate an average of 65 vessels per year with size in the range from Coastal (3,000 DWT) to Medium Range (MR, 50,000 DWT).

Our
History

Our company began its journey in 1963 with the construction of the original terminal of “Internacional de Stockage de Alcoholes y Melazas SA” in the Port of Cádiz. After several changes of ownership throughout its history, Olivia Petroleum SAU entered in 2009, which takes over the facilities to focus on the port logistics activity of bulk liquids.

The creation of other companies to cover new business units, especially linked to the Circular Economy and the Energy Transition, generate the creation of the new Olivia Energy Group brand that brings them all together.

The location of the Group’s headquarters in the Bay of Cadiz is essential for its strategy of connection with international trade. With British capital, the company was initially engaged in the storage of fuels. Little by little it was growing to make the exponential leap when regulatory changes arrived in this sector and began a shift towards the circular economy, the reuse of waste in biofuels, the valorization and the generation of clean energy.