Our Detailed Project or Feasibility Reports

No entrepreneur or firm should undertake a large investment project or major expansion without a clear understanding of the risks, challenges, costs, revenue, profitability, rate of return, payback period, manpower requirement, and regulatory requirements involved.

Here are pre-feasibility reports that give you fresh analysis to aid your final decisions

How to Pay for the Reports

Make a payment of the appropriate price through Tgo pesa, M-pesa to any of these numbers

  1. +255768183677
  2. +255655376543

Once your payment is done, send an SMS to +255768183677or +255655376543 with the following details:

  • Your full name.
  • Your email address.

Alternatively, send an email with the above details to info@tanzaniapetroleum.com The moment we receive your email or SMS, and we confirm your payment, the eBook will be delivered to your email address (in PDF format) within ten minutes. You can then download it and read it on your Smartphone or computer.

If you’re not in Tanzania, send an email to info@tanzaniapetroleum.com and we will devise a payment option for you.

A Detailed Project Feasibility Report on Starting and Operating LPG Refilling Plant in Tanzania

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.

Project Description

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

Project Indicators:

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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In the full version, you will have access to the following table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • Project Description
  • Project Location and Land Size
  • Legal Requirement
  • Building Requirements for LP Gas Refilling Plant
  • Manpower Requirement for LP Gas Refilling Plant
  • Potential Customers
  • Market Study and Assessment for LP Gas Refilling Plant
  • LP Gas Import in Tanzania.
  • LP Gas Industry Trends.
  • LP Gas Industry Outlook.
  • Marketing Strategy.
  • Major Player in LP Gas Industry.
  • Financial Plan.
  • Sales Projection per week, Month and years
  • Working Capital and Project Investment Cost
  • The Break-Even Analysis for LP Gas Business.
  • Risk Assessment for LP Gas Refilling Plant

Price: $300 (TZS 600,000)

A Detailed Feasibility and Project Report on Starting a Profitable Petrol Station in Tanzania

Tanzania offers the largest and fastest growing market for the petrol station business. This could be credited to various reasons such as the growth of the automotive sector, good level of economic development and regulatory encouragement.

In the automotive sector, Tanzania has seen a surge in the number of vehicles in the streets from the late 2000s to date. Roads and parking areas in the cities are congested with vehicles of various types, sizes, brands and model.

In addition, the introduction of the new mode of transportation including motorcycle (popularly known as boda boda) and tricycles (also known as Bajaji) provides growth opportunities for individuals and companies interested in starting and running a petrol station business in Tanzania.

Furthermore, the development of roads and urban cities, and the proliferation of infrastructural projects have increased the demand for heavy-duty commercial vehicles which drives the demand for fuel (petrol, diesel, kerosene and lubricants).

Also, government regulations regarding burning the importation of substandard and fake lubricants drives the growth demand of lubricant and engine oil in Tanzania.

There is still a power-failure problem in the country; so, people depend on generators—both diesel and petrol-powered. They have to buy fuel from petrol stations.

People all over the country need fuel for their cars, trucks, tricycles, motorcycles and other machines and all these vehicles and generators run on diesels or petrol that you can setup in your own fuel station and get huge income selling it.

With the growing demand for petroleum products in Tanzania, there is a proliferation of petrol stations that facilitate intense but healthy competition between each dealer.

But new entrepreneurs with strategic locations, good marketing plans and sufficient start-up capital can win competition in this business.

Introducing…

A Detailed Feasibility and Project Report on Starting a Profitable Petrol Station in Tanzania

This report answers the following questions:

  • What is the structure of petrol station business?
  • What is the petrol station industry size and growth?
  • What is the outlook of the petrol station industry?
  • What are the three ways to start an oil and gas business in Tanzania and what is the best (and easiest way) to start a petrol station business?
  • What are the licenses, permits and certification requirements for setting up a petrol station business?
  • What is the working capital for a petrol station?
  • What is the total project cost for setting up a petrol station business in Tanzania? and the breakdown of such startup capital and project cost for setting up a petrol station?
  • What is the equipment and machinery required for setting up a petrol station business? What are their prices and where can you buy them in Tanzania?
  • What is the total size of land required for setting up a petrol station business?
  • What is the estimated profit margin and income for a petrol station business?
  • What are the requirements of utilities, electricity, water, salaries and overheads for setting up a petrol station business?
  • What are the personnel (manpower) requirements for starting a petrol station business?
  • What are the market opportunities and assessment for setting up a petrol station business?
  • What are the petrol station industry trends?
  • Who are the suppliers of petroleum products/fuel, machines and equipment for setting up a petrol station business?
  • What are the three ways to become a dealer with oil companies in Tanzania?
  • What is the projected balance sheet for a petrol station business?
  • What are the project financials of petrol stations?
  • How does one set up a petrol station using the brand name of major oil companies in Tanzania like Total PUMA, etc.?
  • What are the marketing strategies that will make huge number of drivers, car users, and motorists to call at your station to buy your fuel?
  • Since a petrol station is prone to theft, how does one control theft in this business so that good returns on daily sales can be achieved?
  • What are the challenges associated with running a petrol station business, and how does one overcome them?

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Price: $100 (TZS 200,000)

How to Pay for the Reports

Make a payment of the appropriate price through Tgo pesa, M-pesa to any of these numbers

  1. +255768183677
  2. +255655376543

Once your payment is done, send an SMS to +255768183677or +255655376543 with the following details:

  • Your full name.
  • Your email address.

Alternatively, send an email with the above details to info@tanzaniapetroleum.com The moment we receive your email or SMS, and we confirm your payment, the eBook will be delivered to your email address (in PDF format) within ten minutes. You can then download it and read it on your Smartphone or computer.

If you’re not in Tanzania, send an email to info@tanzaniapetroleum.com and we will devise a payment option for you.