Created to satisfy France’s strategic oil reserves obligation, Géosel offers storage solutions for a diverse range of customers and is now looking to enhance its range of services, pipeline connections and increase the products it stores
With more than nine million m3 of storage capacity for petroleum products, Géosel is one of the largest operational and strategic petroleum product storage sites in Europe.
Located in the heart of the regional park of Lubéron in the south of France, Géosel owns 30 salt caverns spread over eight hectares of land and each cavern is dedicated to storing specific quality grades including naphtha, gasoline, ultra-low sulphur diesel, gasoil 0.1% and crude. In addition, it also owns three pipelines from Manosque to Fos/Lavera area, which transport and supply hydrocarbons to its various customers.
The company, originally a joint venture between oil refiners, was established in 1967 to satisfy France’s strategic oil reserve obligations. Since then it has ...