Based in Rotterdam, International Oil Trading B.V. (IOT) is a Dutch company specialized in trading petrochemicals and CSO tickets.
With over three decades of in-house expertise, we have a clear understanding of how the oil market operates. Our network of professionals from the industry will provide you valuable insights about market developments both globally and locally. Our clientele consists of entities who have stockholding obligations such as CSE’s, public utilities, refineries, oil companies and other economic operators. We also maintain good relationships with Dutch and foreign stockholding agencies as well as supervisory authorities.
Our mission: to hold strategic oil stocks for our clients through high-quality and trusted services.
International Oil Trading bv has been active in trading physical oil stocks for more than 15 years, and in 2002, it became involved in trading (CSO) tickets. Contact us if you want more information on buying CSO tickets, so you comply with regulations or if you want more information on selling your products as CSO tickets.
International Oil Trading bv does not operate on the Dutch internal market alone. We are active in various European jurisdictions, like Scandinavia, Spain, Italy, the Balkans, and the Baltics. The trade in physical oil stocks and 'tickets' is always conducted in accordance with the conditions set by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the European Union (EU). Within these frameworks, it is possible to meet cross-border needs.
International Oil Trading bv has been active in the oil sector since 1984 and can therefore draw on an enormous source of experience and also a very complete network of professionals within the sector. Many partnerships offer the opportunity to answer almost any question about holding or placing strategic oil stocks. In addition to collaborations with refineries, importers and other entities that are active in the market for oil products and stock obligations at home and abroad, International Oil Trading bv has very close ties with the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.