TNPA Seeking LPG Terminal Developer, Operator for the Port of Cape Town
05.12.2023 By News - NEWS

May 12, 2023 [Engineering News]- Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is calling on interested parties to respond to a request for proposals (RFP) for a suitable terminal operator to finance, design, build and operate a terminal, as well as the common user infrastructure, for the handling of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) at the Liquid Bulk Precinct, in the Port of Cape Town, for a period of 25 years.

As a result of the growing demand for the commodity, the Port of Cape Town has identified vacant land for the storage and handling of LPG, which is targeted for the niche market in the City of Cape Town and parts of the Western Cape, TNPA outlines.

“The RFP for LPG is in line with the port’s liquid bulk strategy for the development of alternative energy sources and supports the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy’s LPG rollout strategy,” says Port of Cape Town port manager Rajesh Dana.


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