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Liquid bulk terminal inaugurated at Ghana’s Takoradi Port

Friday, 18 Sep 2020
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A new liquid bulk terminal has been inaugurated by Vice President of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, at Takoradi Port in Ghana on 18 September 2020.

The construction of the facility was initiated by Ibistek Ghana in March 2018, at a cost of USD 56 million with funding from the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund and the Consolidated Bank Ghana.

It consists of 14 mtr water depth berth that is the deepest in-harbor berth in the country, a loading arms for five petroleum products which are petrol, diesel, LPG-gas, bitumen and other heavy fuels, full berthing structures including fenders on dolphins, bollards and hooking points.

Furthermore, the terminal is designed to support vessels with a capacity of up to 60,000 tonne of petroleum. A header station, where all the pipes terminate, has also been developed so that importers can connect to receive their various liquid cargoes.

The project is expected to meet more than 50 percent of Ghana’s domestic petroleum consumption demands.

On the sidelines of the inauguration of the new liquid bulk terminal, the Vice President also cut the sod for construction of Phase-II of the dry bulk terminal under construction at the same maritime facility.

The dry bulk terminal project is being carried out by Amandi Investments at a cost of USD 70 million.

Basically, the terminal is an 810 mtr long wharf facility for three large ore carriers that will be served by loaders or unloaders and conveyor systems.

It is designed to handle increased volumes of bauxite, manganese and all the cement-related cargos such as clinker, gypsum, limestone, lime, furnace slag, and other new bulk cargoes that may emerge within the market space. The targeted capacity is 18.5 million tonne of cargo per year from the current 6.5 million tonne.

The superstructure works are expected to be completed by Q2/2022.

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