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Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in Africa, 2014 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals

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Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in Africa, 2014 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals

Summary

GlobalData's energy offering, "Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in Africa, 2014 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals" is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the oil and chemicals storage industry in Africa. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals in Africa. The profiles of major companies operating in the oil and chemicals storage industry in Africa are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals
- Provides historical data from 2005 to 2013, forecast to 2017
- Information on operator and commodity information for all active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals
- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, Sonatrach SPA and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
- Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on storage terminals in Africa
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in Africa's oil storage industry
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical and forecast capacity data
- Assess your competitor's oil storage terminal network and its capacity
- Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
- Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Africa.
1 Table of Contents
2 Introduction 9
2.1 What Is This Report About? 9
2.2 How to Use this Report? 9
2.3 Market Definitions 9
3 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa 10
3.1 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Overview 10
3.1.1 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Key Data 10
3.2 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Storage Operations 10
3.2.1 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Storage Capacity by Country 10
3.3 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Nigeria 12
3.3.1 Nigeria, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 12
3.4 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Egypt 14
3.4.1 Egypt, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 14
3.5 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Libya 15
3.5.1 Libya, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 15
3.6 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Algeria 16
3.6.1 Algeria, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 16
3.7 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Morocco 17
3.7.1 Morocco, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 17
3.8 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Tunisia 18
3.8.1 Tunisia, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 18
3.9 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Kenya 19
3.9.1 Kenya, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 19
3.10 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, South Africa 21
3.10.1 South Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 21
3.11 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Djibouti 22
3.11.1 Djibouti, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 22
3.12 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Cote d'Ivoire 23
3.12.1 Cote d'Ivoire, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 23
3.13 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Congo Republic 24
3.13.1 Congo Republic, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 24
3.14 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Tanzania 25
3.14.1 Tanzania, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 25
3.15 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Ghana 26
3.15.1 Ghana, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 26
3.16 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Sudan 27
3.16.1 Sudan, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 27
3.17 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Angola 27
3.17.1 Angola, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 28
3.18 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Mozambique 29
3.18.1 Mozambique, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 29
3.19 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Madagascar 29
3.19.1 Madagascar, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 30
3.20 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Zambia 30
3.20.1 Zambia, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 30
3.21 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Namibia 31
3.21.1 Namibia, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 31
3.22 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Sierra Leone 31
3.22.1 Sierra Leone, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 32
3.23 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Gambia 32
3.23.1 Gambia, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 32
3.24 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Senegal 33
3.24.1 Senegal, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 33
3.25 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Mauritius 33
3.25.1 Mauritius, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 33
3.26 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Equatorial Guinea 34
3.26.1 Equatorial Guinea, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 34
3.27 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo 34
3.27.1 Democratic Republic of the Congo, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 35
3.28 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Uganda 35
3.28.1 Uganda, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 35
3.29 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Botswana 36
3.29.1 Botswana, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 36
3.30 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Burundi 36
3.30.1 Burundi, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 36
3.31 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Liberia 37
3.31.1 Liberia, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 37
3.32 Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry in Africa, Planned Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 38
4 Profile of Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company 39
4.1 Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, Key Information 39
4.2 Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, Company Overview 39
4.3 Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, Business Description 39
4.3.1 Business Overview 39
5 Profile of Sonatrach SPA 41
5.1 Sonatrach SPA, Key Information 41
5.2 Sonatrach SPA, Company Overview 41
5.3 Sonatrach SPA, Business Description 41
5.3.1 Business Overview 41
5.3.2 Downstream 42
5.3.3 Pipeline Transportation 42
5.3.4 Upstream 43
5.4 Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis 43
5.4.1 Overview 43
5.4.2 Sonatrach SPA Strengths 44
5.4.3 Sonatrach SPA Weaknesses 45
5.4.4 Sonatrach SPA Opportunities 45
5.4.5 Sonatrach SPA Threats 46
6 Profile of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation 47
6.1 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Key Information 47
6.2 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Company Overview 47
6.3 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Business Description 47
6.3.1 Business Overview 47
6.3.2 Refineries 49
6.3.3 Retail 50
6.3.4 Upstream 50
6.4 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, SWOT Analysis 52
6.4.1 Overview 52
6.4.2 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Strengths 52
6.4.3 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Weaknesses 53
6.4.4 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Opportunities 53
6.4.5 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Threats 54
7 Financial Deals Landscape 56
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 56
7.1.1 Equity Offerings 56
7.1.2 Partnerships 57
7.1.3 Asset Transactions 57
7.1.4 Acquisition 58
8 Recent Developments 66
8.1 License Rounds 66
8.1.1 Oct 18, 2012: India To Invite Private Firms To Build Oil Storage Facilities 66
8.1.2 May 23, 2012: Jordan's MEMR Invites Bids For EPC Of Aqaba Oil Terminal Project 66
8.2 License Awards 66
8.2.1 Jan 21, 2014: Statoil awarded new acreage on the Norwegian continental shelf 66
8.3 Strategy and Business Expansion 67
8.3.1 Apr 07, 2014: Kipevu oil terminal shifts base to increase production 67
8.3.2 Nov 21, 2013: Memorandum of understanding between Dialog Pengerang and Concord Energy 68
8.3.3 Nov 14, 2013: Lukoil And Republic Of Tatarstan Forge Cooperation 69
8.3.4 Oct 22, 2013: Devon, Crosstex to launch new midstream business 69
8.3.5 Oct 16, 2013: Kinder Morgan To Build Nine Tanks At Deeprock Facility In Cushing, Oklahoma 70
8.3.6 Oct 02, 2013: Enterprise to Build Second LPG Export Facility 70
8.3.7 Sep 27, 2013: Rosneft and Ingushetia Extend Cooperation 71
8.4 Recent Discoveries 71
8.4.1 Oct 23, 2013: Petrobras discovers hydrocarbons in Santos basin, Brazil 71
8.5 Drilling and Production Updates 72
8.5.1 Apr 10, 2014: Shelton Petroleum's Production report for March 2014 72
8.5.2 Apr 10, 2014: Cairn India Production Update For Quarter Ended FY 2013-14 And Year Ended FY 2013-14 72
8.5.3 Oct 30, 2013: Murphy Oil Announces Preliminary Quarterly Earnings And Exploratory Drilling Results 73
8.6 Other Significant Developments 75
8.6.1 Apr 17, 2014: Delta Rubis starts construction of new jetty in Mediterranean 75
8.6.2 Apr 15, 2014: Dialog finishes Phase 1A of Pengeral terminal in Malaysia 75
8.6.3 Apr 11, 2014: The New Board Of Directors Of Snam Rete Gas Confirms Carlo Malacarne As Chairman And Appoints Paolo Mosa As CEO 76
8.7 New Contracts Announcements 76
8.7.1 Apr 10, 2014: NorYards awarded contract for outfitting of new offshore vessel 76
8.7.2 Mar 17, 2014: Stephenson Harwood Wins Decade Long Dispute For Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Against IPCO (Nigeria) 77
8.7.3 Dec 03, 2013: CHQ provides security solutions for London Gateway terminal 78
8.7.4 Dec 03, 2013: Wärtsilä to design environmentally advanced container ship for US owner 79
9 Appendix 80
9.1 Abbreviations 80
9.2 Methodology 80
9.2.1 Coverage 80
9.2.2 Secondary Research 81
9.2.3 Primary Research 81
9.3 Contact Us 81
9.4 Disclaimer 82

1.1
List of Tables

Table 1: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Key Statistics, 2013 10
Table 2: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Country (mcm), 2005-2017 10
Table 3: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Nigeria (mcm), 2005-2017 12
Table 4: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Nigeria (mcm), 2005-2017 (Contd.1) 13
Table 5: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Egypt (mcm), 2005-2017 14
Table 6: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Libya (mcm), 2005-2017 15
Table 7: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Algeria (mcm), 2005-2017 16
Table 8: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Morocco (mcm), 2005-2017 17
Table 9: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Tunisia (mcm), 2005-2017 18
Table 10: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Kenya (mcm), 2005-2017 19
Table 11: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Kenya (mcm), 2005-2017 (Contd.1) 20
Table 12: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in South Africa (mcm), 2005-2017 21
Table 13: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Djibouti (mcm), 2005-2017 22
Table 14: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Cote d'Ivoire (mcm), 2005-2017 23
Table 15: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Congo Republic (mcm), 2005-2017 24
Table 16: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Tanzania (mcm), 2005-2017 25
Table 17: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Ghana (mcm), 2005-2017 26
Table 18: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Sudan (mcm), 2005-2017 27
Table 19: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Angola (mcm), 2005-2017 28
Table 20: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Mozambique (mcm), 2005-2017 29
Table 21: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Madagascar (mcm), 2005-2017 30
Table 22: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Zambia (mcm), 2005-2017 30
Table 23: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Namibia (mcm), 2005-2017 31
Table 24: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Sierra Leone (mcm), 2005-2017 32
Table 25: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Gambia (mcm), 2005-2017 32
Table 26: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Senegal (mcm), 2005-2017 33
Table 27: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Mauritius (mcm), 2005-2017 33
Table 28: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Equatorial Guinea (mcm), 2005-2017 34
Table 29: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Democratic Republic of the Congo (mcm), 2005-2017 35
Table 30: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Uganda (mcm), 2005-2017 35
Table 31: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Botswana (mcm), 2005-2017 36
Table 32: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Burundi (mcm), 2005-2017 36
Table 33: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Liberia (mcm), 2005-2017 37
Table 34: Africa, Planned Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity (mcm), 2014-2017 38
Table 35: Arab Petroleum Pipelines Company, Key Facts 39
Table 36: Sonatrach SPA, Key Facts 41
Table 37: Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis 43
Table 38: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Key Facts 47
Table 39: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, SWOT Analysis 52
Table 40: Oando Announces Private Placement Of Shares For US$190.9 Million 56
Table 41: Oiltanking Grindrod Calulo Forms Joint Venture With Mining, Oil and Gas Services 57
Table 42: National Hydrocarbons To Acquire Floating Oil Storage And Loading Terminal In Cameroon From Perenco 57
Table 43: Reatile Chemicals Acquires 30% Interest In Vopak Terminal Durban From Vopak 58
Table 44: Puma Energy Acquires Vitogaz Senegal, Midstream Energy Company 59
Table 45: Puma Energy International Acquires Soagel, Midstream Company 60
Table 46: Addax & Oryx Terminates Sale of Its Downstream Assets In Africa To Emerging Capital Partners 61
Table 47: Kobil Zambia Acquires Oil Terminal In Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo 62
Table 48: Puma Energy Acquires Fuel Marketing Business In Namibia From Chevron 63
Table 49: Masawara Acquires BP and Shell Marketing From BP And Royal Dutch Shell For US$47.56 Million 64

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Africa, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Country (mcm), 2005-2017 11

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