Analysis of the South African Liquid Bulk Storage Market at Commercial Ports

Decreasing Chemical Storage May Create Commercial Uncertainty

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This South African study takes a closer look at the liquid bulk storage located on Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) land. It focuses on three of the eight commercial ports, namely Richards Bay, Durban, and Ngqura. For each of the three ports, the volumes of liquid bulk storage and qualitative trends for petroleum and chemical storage are provided. In addition, storage ownership, and future strategies and changes up to 2019 are provided. Also, a brief overview of the storage at Saldanha Bay and East London, and expected changes up to 2019 are given.

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Analysis of the South African Liquid Bulk Storage Market at Commercial PortsExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market OverviewScope of the StudyIntroductionIntroduction (continued)Liquid Bulk Storage Facilities at Commercial PortsTNPA Tender Process for Leasing LandNational Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)Market Definitions Port of Richards BayCurrent Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards BayLTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Richards BayLTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Richards Bay (continued)Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards BayFuture Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards Bay (continued)Port of DurbanCurrent Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Independent OperatorsCurrent Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Independent Operators (continued)Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Independent Operators (continued)Vopak—Fynn Site Developments Vopak—Blend Site Developments Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Oil Companies and/or RefineriesCurrent Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Oil Companies and/or Refineries (continued)Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban—Oil Companies and/or Refineries (continued)LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of DurbanLTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Durban (continued)Future Storage Capacity at the Port of DurbanPort of NgquraLTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of NgquraFuture Storage Capacity at the Port of NgquraFuture Storage Capacity at the Port of Ngqura (continued)Selected Commercial Ports with Liquid Bulk Storage FacilitiesPort Development Framework Plans at the Port of Saldanha BayCurrent and Future Storage Capacity at Saldanha BayCurrent and Future Storage Capacity at Saldanha Bay (continued)Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of East LondonConclusionConclusion Legal DisclaimerAbbreviations and AcronymsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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