The site includes 12 tanks which store two types of oils namely Low Sulphur Fuel Oil and Marine Gasoil. The greater part of the storage is taken up by Low Sulphur Fuel oils. The company currently charges for storage and throughput at rates as well as for other activities carried out which the market normally charges for such as blending oils, constant heating of the fuel to keep it at a constant specific temperature, and heating the fuel to a specific temperature from a lower temperature, In Tank Transfers, etc. etc.

The site also includes a truck loading facility for the discharge of fuels by the client to its customers. The site is connected to the berthing facility at Marsa through underground pipes and pumps. Oil is pumped from vessels to storage site. In the case of inland market oil is transferred out of the site through trucks using the tuck loading facility.

The whole site is up to international standards and in 2014 has been improved from a lower tier Control of Major Accidents and Hazards (COMAH) site to a higher tier.

As from 2014, MOBC Ltd. Oil Storage Terminal has been re-classified from a lower tier to an upper tier COMAH (Control of Major Accidents and Hazards site and consequently must meet additional requirements regarding Health, Safety and Environmental standards. It therefore it has continuously upgraded and invested in new technology thereby keeping abreast of the continuously tightening safety and environmental regulations.

The Company has the facility to supply bunkers directly to vessels moored at Deep Water Quay through strategically placed underground pipelines. The pipelines are located on a multi user quay operated by Valletta Gateway Terminals Ltd. Transport Malta is in the process of upgrading the quay and the Company’s pipelines in the process.