Establishment of Liquid Cargo Terminal (LCT) at Port Qasim on BOT basis

Name of associated firm :
Project Location within Country:
Port Bin Qasim
Start Date:
November 2000
Completion Date:
February 2001

Project Description

The project includes:

  1. The Project comprised of supply and discharge pipeline systems. The product supplied to ships was molasses from onshore storage tanks and the product discharged was palm oil from ships to onshore storage tanks.

  2. Prepared & feasibility study and conceptual design, for handling palm oil import and molasses export on BOT basis.

  3. LCT was planned for berthing vessels (Tankers) up to 35,000 DWT carrying liquid cargoes of Edible Oils, Molasses and its derivatives. The designed capacity was about 3 to 4 million tons per annum. The facility comprised of a jetty, interchanges and pipeline systems. The LCT is connected to all Storage Terminals in Edible Oil / Molasses area through its two interchange systems.

  4. Suitable pumps, as needed, in addition to ship pumps, were provided in the design for handling the products of the two pipeline systems.

Investment Component:

Project Financed by Sponsors own funds.

The scope of work included in the project preparation of Technical & Financial Feasibility for the Sponsors (M/s. FWQ Enterprises (Pvt.) Ltd)

  • Preparation of Technical & Financial Study

  • Feasibility study, Design & Construction supervision



  • Study of available data & Land Survey

  • Conceptual Planning of Terminal

  • The design of pipeline and interchange