So for different fuels and other light petroleum products can be transported in a carriage of drums and canisters with a maximum of 95% of total capacity. For the 'viscous' products - oils, lubricants, bitumen, may be used plastic and glass packaging, there is no limit on the amount required. Some viscous oil - such as bitumen - may require heating in the sink, and other substances - aids in the form of lower unit drain insulating or protective layer. Because virtually every refined product, there are special containers, rail cars and tanks, fully satisfying the safety standards and practicality. Each mode of transportation has its pros and cons. The fastest way to air is very expensive, requires special security measures, because this method of delivery are rare - in cases of emergency necessary or impossible to deliver the fuel by other means.
For example, for military purposes or in cases of actual terrain inaccessible to other than air, means of transport. The most common rail way. Geography railroad oil transportation from production sites to refineries, to storage facilities or consumers, is tied to the so-called oil and gas basins. The calculation of w / d rate depends on the distance and direction. Some rail routes - such as the Urals, Oil Kama, East Siberian Sea, Baku, nearly fully loaded with cargo rolling stock of crude oil and petroleum products. The volume of such traffic extremely high: at present only for Azerbaijan Railway transported annually to 14 million tons of crude oil and petroleum products.