Vitol Group

About

Vitol is a leader in the energy sector with a presence across the spectrum; from oil through to power, renewables and carbon. It trades around 7 million bbl/d of crude oil and products and, at any time, has 250 ships transporting its cargoes.

Vitol’s clients include national oil companies, multinationals, leading industrial companies and utilities. Founded in Rotterdam in 1966, today Vitol serves clients from some 40 offices worldwide and is invested in energy assets globally including: circa 16mm3 of storage globally, 480,000 bbl/d of refining capacity, 7,000 service stations and a growing portfolio of transitional and renewable energy assets.

Editor's note: Updated April 30, 2021.

Headquarters Address

Switzerland

News

The acquisition—Vencer Energy’s first since its launch by energy trader Vitol last year—comprises Hunt Oil’s Midland Basin position…

The acquisition of Big Sky Wind from a fund managed by BlackRock will be Vitol’s first large U.S. wind generating asset and adds to…

Vencer, led by industry veteran Don Dotson, will seek to buy mature, producing oil and gas assets, in key U.S. basins.

Quantities were not specified in the accord and analysts were unclear how quota sales will work.

Renewable energy methods such as solar and wind will almost certainly impact the amount of oil and gas consumed and therefore could…

Transactions

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2021-04-30

Vencer Energy Makes Debut with Acquisition of Hunt Oil’s Permian Position

Vencer Energy Makes Debut with Acquisition of Hunt Oil’s Permian Position

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2021-04-19

Vitol Acquires First Large US Wind Asset from BlackRock

Vitol Acquires First Large US Wind Asset from BlackRock

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2017-01-04 $1,150.00

Buckeye Partners Buys Half Of VTTI BV Marine Terminal For $1.15 Billion

Buckeye Partners Buys Half Of VTTI BV Marine Terminal For $1.15 Billion

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2016-09-26 $760.00

Vitol Bucks Trend, Backs Out Of Permian

Vitol Bucks Trend, Backs Out Of Permian