A Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) refilling plant is a system which can be used either automatically or manually to refill LPG cylinders.
Oil and gas companies have projected an increase in demand of LPG in the future due to increase in its domestic use. The demand is likely to increase subsequently over the years to come. Even in the present scenario, it is very difficult to meet the market demand of many regions in Tanzania.
In line with the requirements envisaged and to ensure fulfillment of demand, a medium LPG plant can be established in major cities and municipals with a storage capacity of 50 MT x2. This proposed plant shall meet the short supply of LPG cylinders in the area and also decrease lead time in the areas. It will also be used to meet the future household demands of the people.
The proposed plant will have a capacity of 50 MT x2 bottling plant conforming to international and Tanzanian laws as a medium plant. These storage tanks will be enough to start with and to be distributed through LPG cylinders in entire (put a designated area) region.
A 100 MT storage is important to avoid the frequency of transport and any other associated costs and risk during transportation
Plant Capacity: 100 MT
Payback Period: 2:02 years.
Break even: At third year at an increase of 3.5-6%
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