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Oil and gas

If you work in the oil and gas industry, Fret SNCF is the flexible, responsive partner you need for high-volume shipping. We offer high-capacity transport solutions and flexible services tailored to your product and your changing needs.

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Custom-tailored solutions

When you choose our dedicated oil and gas offer, you’ll enjoy a wide range of benefits:

  • Our flexible resources can handle any eventuality—including seasonal swings in production.
  • We can design custom transport solutions on the tightest deadlines.
  • We have the resources you need for high-volume shipping.

Our full trainloads can carry up to 2,000 metric tons of oil or gas, with each wagon able to carry 58-65 metric tons of oil and 50-55 metric tons of LPG. By contrast, trucks can carry only 40 metric tons.

Learn more about our full-trainload offer

Learn more about our single-wagon (MLMC) offers

We’re at your service

In France, you’ll find Fret SNCF advisers in:

  • Bordeaux
  • Lyon
  • Marseille
  • Paris
  • Strasbourg

And thanks to our Captrain network and partnerships with other logistics operators, we can consolidate your international shipments, making it easier for them to cross borders. It’s just one more benefit of our end-to-end transport offer.

Safe, reliable shipping

When you choose Fret SNCF, you get safe, reliable shipping that meets the special requirements of your market. The benefits of our full-trainload offer include:

  • high reliability, with on-time performance of 96%
  • Présence Fret—our team of freight management experts. They’ll track your oil and gas shipments—and if the unexpected happens, they’re available 24/7 to troubleshoot.

Find out what we can do for you

Supplemental services

Our offer also includes loading and unloading, so we can adapt to the capacity of the destination warehouse and its logistics operations.

Learn more about our logistics support offer


We’re at your service. Contact the Fret SNCF specialist for your industry today.
Mr. Jean-Marc Aubert