Kabul International Airport
 
 

( IATA: KBL, ICAO: OAKB), also known as Khwaja Rawash Airport is located 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) from the city center of Kabul in Afghanistan. It serves as the nation's main international airport and as one of the largest military bases, capable of housing over one hundred aircraft.
Kabul international airport is the largest and busiest civil/military airport.
The Kabul International Airport was built in the early 1960s. During the Soviet war in Afghanistan (1979 to 1989), it was maintained and heavily used by the Soviet Army. The airport has been expanded and modernized in the last decade. A new international terminal (which has free wi-fi) was added and the older terminal is now used for domestic flights. A number of military bases were also built around the airport, which are used by the United States Armed Forces and NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). The military of Afghanistan also has a base there, while the Afghan National Police provide security inside the passenger terminals.

The traditional fuel farm was made by USSR almost 30 years ago. Luckily it is still usable after some reconditioning. Other achievements In KBL are: 

Vertical Fuel Tanks:

  • 2 x 5000 ton, steel over-ground tower tanks
  • 40 cm x 1700 cm Reinforced Concrete wall for Rocket Propelled Grenades RPG) protection
  •  8mm Russian Steel Tank walls
  • Electronic Foam fire extinguishing system
  • Electronic Fire Alarm
  • Automatic Heat Control
  • Automatic Heat Alarm
  • Storage for two different types of aviation fuel
  • 1 Micron Filter system
  • 500 cubic meter emergency water storage tank 
  • Four Independent decanting ports
  • Two Individual Automatic Truck loading Ports
  • 2900 L/m offloading/ truck-loading pumping capacity

Micro Filter Pump System

  • Micro Filter pump system from Millennium system USA
  • Filtering fuel impurities of less than 1 micron
  • Pumping capacity of 800 liters / min
  • Water separator and Detecting system
  • Floating  Suction
  • Bulk Storage and Truck Loading Options
  • Separate 100 ton tank
  • Sapling Port
  • Electronic Control
  • Anti-Freezing Fuel Sump

Underground Fuel Storage

  • 4x 160 Underground Steel Tanks
  • 900 l/m truck loading pump
  • 1 Micron Filter system

Fuel Tankers and Trucks

  • 15 x Mercedes Re-Fueling Trucks
  • Alloy Aluminum Tank
  • Digital Meter
  • Nozzle and Coupling fueling port
  • 22000 Liters tank capacity
  • Micron Filter System
  • 1400 l/m pumping capacity
  • Each Bowser is equipped with 12 primary and secondary pass through filter elements
  • 12x  KRAZ Refueling Trucks
  • Alloy Aluminum Tank
  • Nozzle and Coupling fueling port
  • 22000 Liters tank capacity
  • 900l/m pumping capacity
  • Each Bowser is equipped with 12 primary and secondary pass through filter elements

 

  • 20x KAMAZ Fuel Carrier Truck
  • 22000 Liters
  • Diesel Driven Engine

Laboratory

  • COLOR SAYBALT APPARATUS METHOD “ASTM D156”
  • MICRO SEPAROMETR APPARATUS    METHOD “ASTM D3948”
  • LOW KINAMATIC VISCOSITY APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D445”
  • REID VAPOUR PRESSURE APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D323”
  • EX-GUM APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D381”
  • FREEZING POINT APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D2386”
  • COPPER CORROSION APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D130”
  • DISTILLATION APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D86”
  • ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D2624”
  • SMOKE POINT APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D1322”
  • ABEL FLASH POINT APPARATUS  METHOD “D 93”
  • SPECEFIC GRAVITY APPARATUS   METHOD “ASTM D 1298"
  • Workshop & Scales

    • Maintenance workshop with all consumable spares available.
    • Fuel trucks are sometimes required to be measured by their weight, we have, therefore, allocated a truck scales to solve this problem within our fuel farm.
  Kandahar International Airport
 
 

Kandahar International Airport (referred to by ISAF as Kandahar Airfield, KAF) (IATA: KDH, ICAO: OAKN) is located 10 miles (16 kilometers) south-east of Kandahar City in Afghanistan. It serves as the nation's second main international airport and as one of the largest military bases, capable of housing around two hundred military aircraft.
Kandahar has the second largest International airfield of Afghanistan, with a unique operational and strategic location.
Dawi Oil is providing a great support for civilian flights since its establishment in Kandahar. Fuel for Hajj Operation in 2006, 2007 and 2008 was carried successfully in Kandahar three times by Dawi Oil. NATO forces have authorized us security clearance for rehabilitation of existing and construction of new larger tanks on the Military side of the airfield, soon the construction will begin.
Constant fuel supply at Kandahar proves a great achievement and successful operations and commitment. Further, at Kandahar we have:

  •  3000 MT Reservoir
  • Micron Filtration System
  • Horizontal Tank Storage System for 5x100 000 Liters
  • 2x Fuel KRAZ Bowsers
  • Permanent Offices
  • Micro filter from Millennium Systems
Currently, we are looking into Kandahar as the second largest potential market and have special strategy for fuel farm development and marketing.
  Mazar-E-Sharif Airport
 
 

Mazar-e Sharif International Airport (IATA: MZR, ICAO: OAMS), locally known as Maulana Jalaluddin Balkhi International Airport, is located 9 km east of Mazar-i-Sharif in northern Afghanistan, a journey of 15 minutes by taxi from the center of the city. It comes with a dual-runway capable of handling large aircraft such as Boeing 747Boeing C-17 Globemaster III and Antonov An-225. The airport has facilities for up to 1,000 passengers, making it one of the largest airports in Afghanistan.
Originally built by engineers from the Soviet Union in the 1950s, the airport serves the Afghan population north of the country. A new 60 million euro terminal was added to the airport in recent years while the older terminal is now used for domestic flights.

  • 3000 ton reservoir
  • Bowsers
  • Permanent office
  • Filter system
  Herat Airport
 
 

Herat International Airport (IATA: HEA, ICAO: OAHR) is located 6.5 miles (10.5 km) southeast of the city of Herat in western Afghanistan, east of the Herat-Farah road, close to Guzara in the Guzara District of the Herat Province. It is believed to be the third largest after Afghanistan's Kabul International Airport, and Kandahar International Airport.
Herat International airport is a major gate for Afghan business men and traders for its border with Iran.  Military, passenger and cargo flights are operating to and from Herat. We have been of great help to these flights with the bellow described facilities.

  • 3000 ton reservoir
  • Micro Filtration system
  • Permanent office
3x JIG compliant Bowsers
  Faizabad Airport
 

Faizabad Airport (IATA: FBD, ICAO: OAFZ) is an airport located 3.5 miles (5.6 km) northwest of Faizabad, the provincial capital of Badakhshan ProvinceAfghanistan.
Built during the Soviet occupation, Faizabad Airport is somewhat unique in the world, notable for the runway being constructed of pierced steel planking (PSP or Marsden Matting) along its full width and length. Construction of a new asphalt runway was completed during the summer of 2012. It runs parallel to the metal runway which has been blocked off by large rocks.

  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System
  Bamiyan Airport
 

Bamyan Airport (IATA: BIN, ICAO: OABN) is an airport serving the city of Bamyan in Afghanistan. It is sited alongside a large military base which, until April 2013, was known as Forward Operating Base Kiwibase and was home to coalition troops including USA, New Zealand, and Malaysia, as well as a detachment of police from Europe (EUPOL) and various aid agencies, and was the base of the New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team (NZPRT) run by New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The airport is used by small fixed wing aircraft, larger aircraft capable of short takeoff and landing (including C130 Hercules), and rotary wing aircraft. A number of civilian airlines including Embassy Air land at Bamyan as well as various aid agencies and military forces. Coalition rotary aircraft usually land within the confines of the adjacent Kiwibase which has a fuel farm capable of refueling aircraft. Bamyan is a very challenging airport to land and take off from. The airport consists of a long dirt and gravel airstrip, on which aircraft have been known to suffer punctures. Aircraft usually land from the East regardless of wind conditions due to the high cliffs off the North Western corner. It is at an altitude of approximately 2591m above sea level, meaning the air is much thinner and the weather more extreme than at sea level.

  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System
  Nimroz Airport
 
  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System
  Kunduz Airport
 
  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System
  Helmand Airport
 
  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System
  Trinkot Airport
 
  • Storage Facility
  • Bowser
  • Permanent Office
  • Filter System