Fuel Supply and Logistics

Genser uses proven technologies to provide sustainable power solutions for its clients. Pursuant to this, Genser uses a wide range of fuel such as natural gas liquids, crude, propane and coal for the operation of its thermal power plants. To ensure the smooth operation of Genser’s power plants, Genser intends to procure all fuel needed for the operation of our power plants directly from fuel terminals in the USA.

FUEL TRANSFER FROM OFFSHORE STORAGE VESSEL INTO TRUCK

The Offshore Storage Vessel at the Takoradi Port will offload  fuel (mainly propane and ethane) directly into trucks.

GENSER ENERGY GHANA RECEIVES FIRST LPG CARGO OF 34,000MT FROM ADVENTUS FUELS

On November 9, 2016, Genser Energy received its first cargo of 34,000MT of LPG from Adventus Fuels LLC, a US based hydrocarbon trading entity. The fuel was offloaded from the Adventus Fuels LPG vessel, Gaschem Jade via Ship to Ship transfer (STS) to Genser’s Offshore Storage Vessel (OSV) at the Takoradi Port.

FUEL TRANSPORT FROM THE USA TO GHANA

Liquid fuel (such as propane and ethane) will be sourced from multiple terminals in Marcus Hook,Pennsylvania and will be transported from the USA by sea to Ghana. The vessel transporting the fuel from the USA will anchor at Shama, near Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana, to allow the fuel to be offloaded by smaller vessels (Ship to Ship) and transferred into an Offshore Storage Vessel at the Takoradi Port.

FUEL TRANSPORT FROM THE TAKORADI PORT TO THE PROJECT SITES

From the Takoradi Port, the fuel will be transported by trucks to the GP Kojokrom Facility where fuel will be temporarily stored, then ultimately transported to the various Genser power plants.