Maximum Energy. Minimum Emissions
Our 2030 Sustainability Strategy and ambitions set out how we continue to ensure sustainable operations and practices across the businesses, communities, and environments in which we operate.
We adopt a proactive and adaptive marketing model and are developing new trading capabilities to better meet the growing demand for oil, gas and refined products around the world.
This US$ 600 million (AED 2.2 BN) project will revolutionize power and water generation at our General Utilities Plant in Ruwais.
ADNOC L&S is the maritime logistics arm of ADNOC Group, a key enabler to ADNOC’s strategy and a catalyst for Abu Dhabi’s growth and diversification, delivering In-Country Value by investing in local companies and supporting local manufacturing across its operations.
We are the largest fully-integrated shipping and logistics company in the region, supporting the energy supply chain through three major business segments: shipping, integrated logistics and marine services.
ADNOC L&S provides safe, reliable and cost-competitive maritime and integrated logistics solutions to ADNOC Group and to over 100 customers in 50 countries.
Our world-class assets are complemented by the Integrated Logistics Services Platform (ILSP), an integrated logistics service platform that provides single-stop, end-to-end solutions, maximizing value for customers.
ADNOC L&S has a strategic shipping joint venture, AW Shipping, for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) transportation with Wanhua Chemical Group and has acquired Zakher Marine International (ZMI) to further grow its offshore logistics and support offering to customers.
ADNOC L&S is committed to sustainability as it continuously works on reducing its operational environmental footprint by investing in new technologies and new sources of energy. It continues to renew its fleet with advanced, sustainable vessels in support of the UAE 2050 Net Zero Strategic Initiative and to exceed the IMO’s decarbonization targets of reducing carbon intensity of international shipping by 40% by 2023, compared to 2008.