For a list of the latest infrastructure development projects please visit our Infrastructure page.
DG Terminals - Tidiest port teritory 2015.
Railway line #215 expansion project completed. Now we can accommodate 150 railcars within terminal's territory!
Railway line #217 reconstruction project completed. Now line #217 is directly connected to the national railways.
The total length of DG Terminals private railway lines is 2,600 m.
The new shore tanks for Bio Oil storage is already under construction!
Our Lab ads a new accredited testing method:
Colour of Clear Liquids (Platinum-Cobalt Scale) ASTM D1209-05(2011).
Our Lab ads a new testing method:
Organic Chloride Content in Crude Oil (ASTM D4929-17) Method A
The new shore tank storage capacity expansion project has been completed. Now total storage capacity exceeds 85,000 cbm!
The new shore tanks for Bio Oil storage have been completed!
DG Terminals completed a joint Civil Defence training program. This program was a joint effort between DG Terminals, City Council, Regional Environmental Department and the local Fire Department.
Railway lines #213 and #214 expansion project completed. Now we have more than 3 km private railway lines in the terminals territory!
DG Terminals launched new , redesigned website which now includes more details on our plans and current operations.
DG Terminals presents the latest developments in the Argus Baltic Transportation and Logistics 2015 (Conference by Argus Media).
The long anticipated Dynamic Railway Scales System is now operational.
The new BioDiesel production facility is now fully operational.
DG Terminals participates in 'Ražots Liepājā' ('Made in Liepaja') exhibition
DG Terminals presents the latest developments in the Belarusian Oil and Gas Week 2015.
DG Terminals was awarded 2nd place in the 'Tidiest Port Territory' in Liepaja
DG Terminals invests a million euros in infrastructure development projects.
Railway expansion project has finished.
The privately owned 4 railroad lines within the terminal's territory now are 2,293 m long and can accommodate 140 railcars.
LSEZ Starts Channel CleanUp Project