More Good News For The Energy Storage Landscape In Africa <br> Africa Terminals Ghana Limited, a subsidiary of Africa Terminals is developing a two major storage facilities in Ghana to boost independent energy storage in Africa. The facility projects are located in Paga and Apam, a coastal town in Gomoa, both strategic locations to serve
As part of its commitment to growth and expansion with the African coast, Africa Terminal’s subsidiary in Liberia, ATLL is partnering with a Government agency and a local company to develop two Storage Terminals; the total capacity of both facilities to be developed is 25,000 MT.  
Readily available, secure supplies of energy is central to Africa’s economic growth. Development of new infrastructure to sustain the increasing demand for energy is imperative. Africa Terminals is a strategic response to this need in the energy sector. Most storage facilities are owned by oil and gas which does not allow for focus on the
Driven by a vision for independent energy storage expansion for Africa, Africa Terminals through its subsidiary in Nigeria ATNL, acquired its first facility in Lagos Nigeria, in March 2016 and started operations in July of the same year after undergoing major refurbishment to meet world-class standards. The 23,000MT facility located at the Ibru Jetty, Apapa,