In keeping with Tristar’s vision of being a truly integrated global liquid logistics service provider, Tristar has expanded into ownership, operation and management of fuel farms in the Pacific and African continent.

Today, Tristar operates 66 fuel farms globally with a total storage capacity of 710 million liters for handling a wide range of petroleum products like Jet Fuel, Gasoline, Gasoil, Fuel Oil, etc. Tristar’s fuel farm network consists of storage depots constructed and operated in the services of International Organizations and the fuel farm is in the Pacific island of Guam.

The terminal spread over 237 acres in Guam is one of the largest fuel storage terminals and has a storage capacity of 4.2 million barrels. The farm houses more than 25 tanks which include tanks with capacity of 500,000 BBLS. These tanks are connected to the oil jetty at the Port by means of an 8 kilometer long pipeline.

Some of the features of Tristar’s fuel tank farms and their operations are:

  • The tank farms and associated facilities are constructed and maintained conforming to International Standards including API 650, NFPA and API 653.
  • Most of the terminals / depots are operated using SCADA system.
  • Berthing and discharging of oil tankers are done adhering to International Standards and Procedures in respect of operations , safety and stock accounting.
  • Fuel testing and re-certification are carried out diligently at independent laboratories.
  • All operations are carried out and managed under the guidance of highly experienced and qualified personnel handpicked from reputed oil majors.


Tank Storage Awards 2018

Tristar wins outstanding achievement at the

Tank Storage Awards 2018

Tristar’s General Manager Mr. Vikraman KK won the Outstanding Achievement Award 2018 for Tristar Terminals Guam Inc. The award was handed over to him at the Tank Storage Awards 2018 gathering held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The award recognized his work on the Fuel Farm which is the largest fuel storage facilities in the Pacific. The Fuel Farm is spread over 237 acres with 4 million bbl storage capacity and has 26 tanks interconnected to Port Authority of Guam’s oil berths and other major customers.