Terminals And Infrustracture

  • The group develops Storage, Blending and Loading facilities at strategic locations so as to enhance its trading activities and exploit trading opportunities.

     

    Our Petroleum Infrastructure business is operated by Quantum Terminals Limited (QTL). QTL develops, constructs, owns and operate storage and loading facilities, pipelines, Floating LNG storage regasification infrastructure, mooring systems among others

     

    Key Terminals currently being developed or managed by QTL include the following:

    • USD25million LPG storage and evacuation Terminal in Ghana. This Terminal has a 750MT LPG storage capacity. It can load up to 1500MT per day across its eight (8) truck loading bays
    • 55,000MT Liquids products Petroleum Terminal in Ghana. This facility once completed will have the capacity of turning out 15,000,000 litres of products daily, from its 16-truck loading bays
    • 30,000 cubic metre Propane storage facility in Ghana

     

    Projects marked for future development by QTL include the following:

    • 10,000 mt Liquids Petroleum products terminal in Kumasi Ghana
    • An LPG Bottling plant in Ghana
    • Developing an FSRU infrastructure to supply LNG into Ghana
    • Co-develop a Mooring system in Ghana for Liquids petroleum products in Ghana

     

    Detailed information on Quantum Terminals can be obtained at www.quantumterminals.com

  • LPG Terminals

    The QTL LPG facility is strategically situated close to the Ghana Gas Company at Anokyi in the Ellemebelle district of the Western Region of Ghana.

     

    QTL LPG Anokyi has a 750Mt LPG storage capacity. It can load up to 1500Mt per day across its eight (8) truck loading bays. The facility is equipped with weighing bridges at the entry and exit points; a Control Room; a spacious Car Park; a well furbished Waiting Area and Canteen for drivers.

     

    At a total cost USD 25 million and partly funded by SCB UK, the first phase of the project and has been completed and operational since November 2014.

     

    The second phase is the construction of LPG cylinder filling plants first in Accra, followed by Takoradi and Kumasi respectively.

     

    The total cost is estimated at USD 42m and will be financed by Quantum Group and its bankers. 

     

    The construction of the Accra filling facility is scheduled to start in the first quarter of 2017. The facility will have a total of 300MT storage and will be able to fill up to 2000 LPG cylinder bottles a day. It will be equipped with a carousel, weighing bridges and a warehouse to store the filled cylinder bottles.

  • Oil Terminals

    Phase One of this world-class terminal facility will be completed and opened in 2017 with a 30,000 MT Gasoil and 25,000MT Gasoline storage capacity. This will give QTL Tema an initial storage capacity of 55,000 MT. Phase Two of the project will add a further 45,000 MT to the capacity.

     

    The excellent location in the Port City makes QTL Tema ideally placed to receive most tanker sizes and also undertake regional distributions. This facility can hold up to 50 trucks a time and has the capacity of loading out 15,000,000 litres of products daily, from its 16-truck loading bays. Total Cost of the Facility is about USD53 million

     

  • Propane Terminals

    This facility will have 30,000 cubic meter storage made up of Eight (8) spheres and is expected to be completed in December 2017

     

    It will primarily store LPG to power the 400MW Power Plant to be operated by the Early Power Company Ltd of which the Group is a co-developer and sponsor together with GE & Endeavor

     

  • Takoradi Liquids Project

    This involves the construction of a 45,000 cubic metre Storage facility in Takoradi. With all development activities completed, QTL is currently awaiting regulatory clearance to proceed. Discussions with a couple of Local banks to finance this project are at an advanced stage.

  • Kumasi Liquids Project

    This involves the construction of a 20,000 cubic metre Storage facility and Loading in Kumasi. With all development activities completed, QTL is currently awaiting regulatory clearance to proceed with this project.

  • Tema Liquids Project

    This project when complete will be a 200,000 cubic metre Petroleum Storage Facility and will be the Largest Private Sector Terminal in Ghana. At a total cost of USD 85million, the project was started in March 2014 and Phase One of this world-class terminal facility is due to be completed and opened within the first quarter of 2016.

    This will give QTLTema an initial storage capacity of 55,000 MT. Phase Two of the project will add a further 45,000 MT to the capacity. Our excellent location in the Port City makes QTL Tema ideally placed to receive most tanker sizes and also undertake regional distributions.

    The QTLTema facility can hold up to 50 trucks a time and has the capacity of turning out 10,000,000 litres of products daily, from its 16-truck loading bays. This project is partly funded by the IFC.

  • Petroleum Liquids Facilities

    Phase 1 of the project is the construction of a state-of-the-art LPG storage and loading Terminal at Atuabo at a cost of USD 15million. The QTL LPG facility is strategically situated close to the Ghana Gas Company at Anokyi in the Ellemebelle district of the Western Region of Ghana.

    QTL LPG Anokyi has a 750Mt LPG storage capacity. It can load up to 1500Mt per day across its eight (8) truck loading bays. The facility is equipped with weighing bridges at the entry and exit points; a Control Room; a spacious Car Park; a well furbished Waiting Area and Canteen for drivers.

    This phase of the project is complete and the terminal has been operational since December 2014.

    The second phase of the project will involve the construction of LPG Cylinder Filling Plants in Tema, Kumasi and Takoradi to serve domestic and industrial needs. The estimated cost of this phase of the project is USD 42million. This project is scheduled to start by January 2016 and will be funded by Quantum Group and Standard Chartered Bank.

  • LPG Facilities

    Sage Power is the premier participant in trading the Ghanaian and African wholes power markets. Working with the West African power pool, the company is in discussion with Generators across the West African sub-region to buy power and sell it to its customers both in Ghana and across West Africa.

    Sage Power is currently developing its state of the art power trading and monitoring platform to support its trading activities.