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南非的商港的散裝液體貯存市場分析

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

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 314688
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 53 Pages
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南非的商港的散裝液體貯存市場分析 Analysis of the South African Liquid Bulk Storage Market at Commercial Ports
出版日期: 2014年09月17日 內容資訊: 英文 53 Pages
簡介

本報告提供南非的Transnet國家港務局(TNPA)所有的散裝液體倉儲設施調查分析,以8個商港為焦點,提供貯存容量以及主要趨勢、所有權、未來的策略等相關的系統性資訊。

摘要整理

市場概要

  • 調查範圍
  • 簡介
  • 在商港的散裝液體倉儲設施
  • TNPA競標流程
  • NERSA
  • 市場定義

Richards Bay港

  • 目前貯存容量
  • LTPF基礎設施計劃與港口開發組成架構計劃
  • 未來的貯存容量

Durban港

  • 目前貯存容量 - 獨立型業者
  • Vopak - Fynn網站的開發
  • Vopak - Blend網站的開發
  • 目前貯存容量 - 石油公司/煉油廠
  • LTPF基礎設施計劃與港口開發組成架構計劃
  • 未來的貯存容量

Ngqura港

  • LTPF基礎設施計劃與港口開發組成架構計劃
  • 未來的貯存容量

有散裝液體倉儲設施的主要商港

  • 港口開發組成架構計劃:Saldanha Bay港
  • 現在/未來的貯存容量:Saldanha Bay港
  • 港口開發組成架構計劃:East London港

結論

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目錄
Product Code: 9AB4-00-07-00-00

Decreasing Chemical Storage May Create Commercial Uncertainty

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.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • 1. Key Findings
  • 2. Key Findings (continued)

Market Overview

  • 1. Scope of the Study
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. Introduction (continued)
  • 4. Liquid Bulk Storage Facilities at Commercial Ports
  • 5. TNPA Tender Process for Leasing Land
  • 6. National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)
  • 7. Market Definitions

Port of Richards Bay

  • 1. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards Bay
  • 2. LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Richards Bay
  • 3. LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Richards Bay (continued)
  • 4. Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards Bay
  • 5. Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Richards Bay (continued)

Port of Durban

  • 1. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Independent Operators
  • 2. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Independent Operators (continued)
  • 3. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Independent Operators (continued)
  • 4. Vopak-Fynn Site Developments
  • 5. Vopak-Blend Site Developments
  • 6. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Oil Companies and/or Refineries
  • 7. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Oil Companies and/or Refineries (continued)
  • 8. Current Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban-Oil Companies and/or Refineries (continued)
  • 9. LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Durban
  • 10. LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Durban (continued)
  • 11. Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Durban

Port of Ngqura

  • 1. LTPF Infrastructure Plans and Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Ngqura
  • 2. Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Ngqura
  • 3. Future Storage Capacity at the Port of Ngqura (continued)

Selected Commercial Ports with Liquid Bulk Storage Facilities

  • 1. Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of Saldanha Bay
  • 2. Current and Future Storage Capacity at Saldanha Bay
  • 3. Current and Future Storage Capacity at Saldanha Bay (continued)
  • 4. Port Development Framework Plans at the Port of East London

Conclusion

  • 1. Conclusion
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer
  • 3. Abbreviations and Acronyms

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