Oil and Gas

Kam International Oil was launched in 2013 as a joint venture between the Afghan-owned Kam Grouand the Azerbaijani company AIFL. The initial US$ 30 million investment went towards thconstruction of Afghanistan’s first oil refining facility in Hairatan, along the Afghan-Uzbek border.
Located near the border town of Hairatan, the refinery overlooks the Amu-Darya River, the naturborder between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.

The production facility has the capacity to refine 500 metric tons of crude oil per day, with storage
tankers available to store 25,000-28,000 tons of crude and processed oil.
The refining process takes place in two phases. The first phase involves the conversion of the crude oil
to mazut (50% of the output), diesel (40%), and naphtha (8%). 2% of the processed crude is discarded
as industrial waste.
Mazut (also referred to as “fuel oil” or “waste oil”) can be sold as is or undergo a second stage of

The Company’s Objective Is To Provide Customers With Quality Petroleum Products At Competitive Prices And Flexible Sales And Service Network Nationwide. Royal Eagle Petroleum Specializes In The Supplying, Sale, And Service Of Fuel As Well As Various Commodities And Transport Sectors Throughout The Country. Royal Eagle Petroleum Operates A Flexible Sales And Service System Throughout The Country, Emphasizing Excellence In Service To All Its Customers.
KAM Group has 2 separate Business Units in Petroleum Business Vertical- KAMGAR Petroleum & Royal Eagle Petroleum (REP) to take care of the supply of petroleum products and provide other infrastructural facilities and services to it’s valued clients.