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Summary

The global liquids storage capacity increased from 1,175,206.0 mcm in 2014 to 1,276,127.1 mcm in 2019 at an AAGR of 1.6%. It is expected to increase from 1,276,127.1 mcm in 2019 to 1,406,550.9 mcm in 2024 at an AAGR of 1.9%. United States, China, Japan, South Korea and the Netherlands were the major countries accounting for 55.6% of the total liquids storage capacity of the world in 2019 Freeport V, West Hackberry, Big Hill, Bayou Choctaw, and Clovelly, all in the US, are the largest liquids storage terminals in the world.


Scope

  • Updated information on all active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals globally
  • Provides capacity data by commodity (crude oil, chemicals, and petroleum products) from 2014 to 2019, outlook up to 2024
  • Provides key details such as terminal name, operator name, commodity type, terminal status for all active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals globally
  • Provides capital expenditure outlook at global as well as regional level by year and by key countries for planned and announced liquids storage terminals till 2024
  • Latest developments and contracts related to liquids storage terminals, wherever available




Reasons To Buy

  • Obtain the most up to date information available on active, planned and announced liquids storage terminals globally
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of stronghistoric and outlook of capacity data
  • Assess key liquids storage terminals data of your competitors