Thames Oilport

We are building Thames Oilport on the site of the former Coryton refinery in the UK. Now 100% owned by Greenergy, we are turning the former refinery into a modern import terminal capable of providing supply resilience in the South East of England.

Navigator terminals

We co-founded a new oil and chemical storage company called Navigator Terminals, to own fuel storage and blending facilities that are strategically important to our UK business.


With our own fuel terminal at Plymouth, we are best placed to meet our customers’ fuel requirements in the South West of the UK.

manufacturing facilities

We operate two biodiesel manufacturing facilities on the east coast of England, at Immingham and on Teesside. These convert used waste oils and fats into biodiesel and are the largest of their kind in Europe.

We continue to develop these facilities
in order to:

  • Source waste oils in smaller containers and from a larger range of suppliers.

  • Improve reliability.

  • Expand our production.

We have recently purchased a third facility
in Amsterdam, which is due to commence production in the latter half of 2019.

To find out more, see our video:

> Greenergy biodiesel production

> Sourcing waste oils for biodiesel production 

facilities in Canada

We have developed an innovative new rail-to-road supply facility north of Toronto and are investing in similar facilities at other locations.

The new facilities:

  • Allow petrol and diesel to be loaded directly onto trucks.

  • Use existing rail infrastructure to create new supply locations in areas that are convenient for our customers.

> More about our fuel supply in Canada.

Thames Oilport

We are progressing with the development of Thames Oilport in phases. The terminal has opened for diesel and gasoil storage and road-loading and the next phase of development will be to commence petrol supply.

  • Connected to the UKOP pipeline, giving the potential to move fuel inland to other areas of significant demand.

  • Strategically important location with a rapidly growing population, rising fuel demand and limited suitable fuel infrastructure.

  • Deep-water jetty able to receive long-haul diesel ships and connect with the Middle Eastern, Asian and US markets.