Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry Outlook to 2023 - Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Terminals - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The "Liquids Storage Industry Outlook in Asia and Oceania to 2023 - Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Terminals" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The report provides terminal name, operator name, commodity stored and storage capacity for all active, planned, announced, and decommissioned liquids storage terminals in the region by country for the period 2013-2023.

China, with it's planned and announced (new-build) terminals, is set to drive most of the liquids storage capacity growth in Asia and Oceania. The country is expected to account for 59% of the regions' total capacity growth between 2019 and 2023. China is likely to have a new-build liquids storage capacity of 22.3 million cubic meters (mmcm) by 2023.

In China, 10 planned and two announced liquids storage terminals are expected to start operations during the forecast period. The Zhanjiang IV terminal, which is expected to start operations in 2022, will have the highest liquids storage capacity among all the terminals with 7.0 mmcm.

Following China, Indonesia is the second highest contributor to the liquids storage capacity growth in Asia and Oceania with a new-build capacity of 6.1 mmcm by 2023. Of the total capacity, 4.5 mmcm is likely to come from early-stage announced projects and the rest is from planned terminals.

India is the third-highest contributor to the liquids storage capacity growth in Asia and Oceania. The country is expected to witness start of operations of 18 planned and announced liquids storage terminals by 2023 with a total capacity of 3.3 mmcm. Mandvi will have the highest liquids storage capacity of 0.8 mmcm. It is expected to start operations in 2022.

Planned and announced (new-build) storage terminals capacity additions and existing capacity expansions by key countries in Asia and Oceania were also included. The report also provides capital expenditure outlook by key countries, year on year, from 2019 to 2023. Further the report also offers recent developments and latest awarded contracts at country level, wherever available.

Scope

  • Updated information on all active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals in Asia and Oceania
  • Provides liquids storage capacity data from 2013 to 2018, outlook up to 2023
  • Provides key details such as terminal name, operator name, commodity type, terminal status for all active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals in Asia and Oceania
  • Provides new-build capital expenditure outlook by year and by key countries till 2023
  • Latest developments and contracts related to liquids storage terminals, wherever available

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  • Obtain the most up to date information available on active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals in Asia and Oceania
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the region's liquids storage industry
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and outlook of liquids storage capacity data
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Key Topics Covered:

1. List of Tables & Figures

2. Introduction

2.1. What is this Report About?

2.2. Market Definition

3. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry

3.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Snapshot

3.1.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Overview of Active Storage Terminals Data

3.2. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Operations

3.2.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity by Key Countries, 2013-2023

3.3. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Overview of Planned and Announced Storage Terminals Data

3.4. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Terminals, and Capital Expenditure by Country

3.4.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Terminals

3.4.2. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Annual New-Build Capital Expenditure Outlook for Planned and Announced Storage Terminals

3.4.3. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Annual New-Build Capital Expenditure Outlook for Planned and Announced Storage Terminals by Key Countries

3.5. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, New Storage Terminals and Capacity Expansions by Key Countries

3.5.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity Additions through New and Existing Storage Terminals by Key Countries, 2019-2023

3.5.2. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Capacity Additions through New Storage Terminals by Key Countries, 2019-2023

3.5.3. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Capacity Additions through Expansions of Existing Storage Terminals by Key Countries, 2019-2023

4. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, China

4.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in China, 2013-2023

5. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Japan

5.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Japan, 2013-2023

6. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, South Korea

6.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in South Korea, 2013-2023

7. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, India

7.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in India, 2013-2023

7.2. Recent Developments

7.2.1. Mar 11, 2019: India Seeks Saudi Investment in Strategic Oil Storage

7.2.2. Nov 12, 2018: ISPRL Signs MoU with ADNOC to Explore Storage of Crude Oil at Padur Underground Facility in Karnataka

7.2.3. Jun 27, 2018: Indian Cabinet Approves Establishment of Additional 6.5MMT Strategic Petroleum Reserves at Chandikhol in Odisha and at Padur, Karnataka

7.2.4. May 21, 2018: India Receives 1st Cargo of ADNOC Crude Oil for its Mangalore Strategic Petroleum Reserve

7.2.5. May 12, 2018: Indian Petroleum Minister Witnesses Loading of 1st ADNOC Crude Oil Consignment for Mangalore SPR Facility at Abu Dhabi, UAE

7.3. Recent Contracts

7.3.1. Motiprabha Infratech Secures Contract worth INR8.411 Million (US$0.121 Million) from Indian Oil Corp (IOCL)

8. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Indonesia

8.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Indonesia, 2013-2023

8.2. Recent Contracts

8.2.1. FES International Secures Contract from Orwell Offshore Consortium

9. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Singapore

9.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Singapore, 2013-2023

10. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Malaysia

10.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Malaysia, 2013-2023

10.2. Recent Developments

10.2.1. May 14, 2019: Commencement of Construction of Terminals and Facilities for Phase 3 Pengerang Deepwater Terminals, and Entry into Long Term Storage Agreement with BP Singapore

10.2.2. Oct 15, 2018: Crude Oil Storage Tanks, Designed and Constructed by Punj Lloyd, Enter 'Malaysia Book of Records'

10.3. Recent Contracts

10.3.1. BMT Secures Contract from Dialog Group

10.3.2. Equinor Signed an Agreement with Global Petro Storage (GPS) to Build and Operate a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Terminal and Storage Facility at Port Klang in Malaysia.

10.3.3. Penta-Ocean (Malaysia) Secures Contract from Dialog E & C

11. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Australia

11.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Australia, 2013-2023

11.2. Recent Contracts

11.2.1. McDermott International Secures Sizable Contract from Puma Energy (Australia) Fuels

11.2.2. Jacobs Engineering Secures Contract from Puma Energy (Australia) Fuels

11.2.3. UGL Secures Contract Extension worth Approximately AUD150 Million (US$116.27 Million) from Australian Terminal Operations Management (ATOM)

12. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Vietnam

12.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Vietnam, 2013-2023

13. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Pakistan

13.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Pakistan, 2013-2023

13.2. Recent Developments

13.2.1. Apr 12, 2018: Adviser to PM on Aviation Division Mr. Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan Inaugurates Country's Largest Fuel Farm Facility Jointly Set up by PSO and APL at New Islamabad International Airport

14. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Myanmar

15. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Thailand

16. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Philippines

17. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Bangladesh

18. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Sri Lanka

19. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Brunei

20. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Taiwan

21. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, New Zealand

22. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Papua New Guinea

22.1. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Storage Capacity in Papua New Guinea, 2013-2023

22.2. Recent Developments

22.2.1. Dec 17, 2018: OSD: Successful Commissioning of Erima Fuel Terminal in Port Moresby

23. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Afghanistan

24. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Nepal

25. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Mongolia

26. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Maldives

27. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Cambodia

28. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Samoa

29. Asia and Oceania Liquids Storage Industry, Laos

30. Appendix

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