Puma Energy Holding will operate the upcoming Kwinana IV liquids storage terminal, located in Western Australia in Australia. Expected to start operations in 2023, the liquids storage terminal will be owned by Trafigura Group and others.
Expected to be operational in 2023, the terminal will primarily store chemicals and petroleum products and will have rail, road, and sea access.
Key specifications of the storage terminal-
Storage Capacity (bbl): 15,12,697
Tank Size Min (bbl): 1,258
Tank Size Max (bbl): 2,32,723
Number of Tanks: 17
During the period 2021-2025, the Kwinana IV storage terminal is expected to witness an estimated capex of $48m.
Contractors involved in the Kwinana IV liquid storage terminal
Some of the key contractors for the Kwinana IV storage terminal include the following.
Main EPC: McDermott International.
About Puma Energy Holding
Puma Energy Holdings Pte Ltd (Puma Energy) is an integrated energy company. It has operations in both midstream and downstream value chain of oil and gas. The company’s midstream operations include supply, storage and transportation of petroleum products. Its downstream operations include distribution, retail sales, and wholesale of a wide range of refined petroleum products. The company offerings also include lubricants, bitumen, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and marine bunkering. Puma Energy owns and operates refining assets, marine systems, storage facilities, terminals, distribution fleet and retail network. The company has regional hubs in South Africa, Puerto Rico, Australia and Estonia. Puma Energy is headquartered in Singapore.
Information on the liquids storage terminal is sourced from GlobalData’s liquids storage terminal database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, liquids storage terminals globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.