Where we operate


We are a leading liquid logistics company in Europe and one of the largest in the world.

We are 2,200 professionals and operate in 11 countries


We are dedicated to the transport and storage of a wide range of bulk liquids, especially refined products, chemicals and bi-fuels, in a sustainable and efficient manner, aware that the activities we carry out contribute to improving the quality of life and the progress of society.

We have a workforce of more than 2,200 professionals and operate in 11 countries: Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, France, USA., Panama, Ecuador and Peru, with a pipeline network of more than 6,000 kilometres, 69 storage terminals and 47 airport facilities, with a capacity of more than 11 million cubic metres.

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In Spain, Exolum has a pipeline network of over 4,000 kilometres in length and 39 storage terminals with a capacity of almost 8 million cubic metres. Thirteen of these facilities are connected to major seaports that import and export oil products.  The company also operates 37 airport facilities, which provide aviation fuel storage and into-plane fuelling services, and manages six fuel hydrant networks at the airports in Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Alicante and Tenerife South. 
United Kingdom
We manage an infrastructure network composed of 2,000 kilometres of oil pipelines and 24 liquid fuel storage terminals with a capacity of more than 2.5 million cubic metres. 
CLH Aviation Ireland manages the fuel storage terminal at Dublin Airport, which has a capacity of 15,000 cubic metres and a hydrant network. The Company provides logistics services for the receipt, storage and dispatch of fuel to all suppliers operating at Dublin airport.
In January 2024 Exolum won the tender for the operation and maintenance of the airport storage facilities and hydrant network at Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport from April 2025 and we will make improvements that will enable the supply of SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel).
Exolum carries out operations, maintenance and into-plane fuelling activities at José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport in Guayaquil city (Ecuador), for which purpose it has incorporated new supply vehicles and upgraded the facilities and operations. 
The two Exolum terminals in Germany, located in Mannheim, have a liquid fuel storage capacity of more than 300,000 cubic metres in the Rhine-Ruhr-Main region, beside one of the world’s largest chemical clusters.  
The Amsterdam terminal has a storage capacity of more than 600,000 cubic metres for refined and biofuel products in the ARA (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) region, one of Europe’s largest logistics hubs. 
We manage the fuel storage terminals and provide into-plane fuelling services at four of the country’s airports, including Tocumen International Airport, which serves the Panamanian capital and is considered one of the most important airports in the Americas.  The other airports where we operate are: Scarlett Martínez, Panamá Pacífico and Marcos A. Gelabert. In addition, Enrique Malek and Enrique Jiménez airports are scheduled to be added in the near future. 
Exolum is building a new fuel storage plant and a new hydrant system at Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima to expand its capacity, after being awarded the tender called by LAP (Lima Airport Partners). The company will also operate these new infrastructures and carry out maintenance and into-plane fuelling activities.
Exolum operates the fuel storage terminal at Humberto Delgado airport in Lisbon, after being awarded the tender called by ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal VINCI Airports. The company manages and maintains the fuel storage facility, as well as the hydrant network infrastructure, and will also carry out improvements that will enable the supply of biofuels such as SAF.
United States of America
Exolum and Royal Vopak have a 50/50 interest in the only marine ammonia terminal in the Houston Ship Channel that has a deepwater berth suitable for Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGC) and is strategically connected by pipeline to the Port of Houston petrochemical complex, the largest petrochemical HUB in the United States and the second largest in the world, making it a key facility. The facility currently provides ammonia and natural gas liquids (NGLs) storage services.