FIFC - Quality Innovators
FIFC is a company that applies innovative technologies to discover valuable resources and deliver the highest quality products to the marketplace and is recognized as a pacesetter in creating sustainable value growth through innovative solutions and unique partnerships.
FIFC Vision and Strategy
To realize the vision for the APAM products terminal and Energy City, we are applying a differentiated business model that takes us beyond a conventional integrated business.
FIFC Apam Project Overview
The FIFC oil products import/export trading terminal will consist of an off-shore CBM marine terminal, an onshore tank farm, 5ha light industrial space, offices, LPG storage farm, Gasoline and LPG distribution facilities and an “Energy City”, to be developed on 2 portions of land totalling 20.5ha.
Workers laying gas pipelines
The success of FIFC rests with the marketability of our services and performance and maintaining and expanding this marketability is directly dependent on the quality and reliability of our supplied services within a workable time frame.
A panorama of the 20ha site at Apam
The proposed development site is situated 100km west of the capital Accra, on the Gulf of Guinea, near to and across an estuarine system from the fishing village of Apam in the Central Region of Ghana
A view of the Gulf of Guinea at Apam
The site edge along the long side ocean frontage consists of a grassed dune with crest elevation of approximately 5.0m CD, sloping down to the beach towards the sea, and down towards the tidal estuary on the hinterland side.
The beachfront at Apam
Situated between the coastline and an estuary system, the site topography consists of an elevated grassed dune zone along the coastline that drops off to marshland along the tidal estuary
Storage and Distribution
FIFC intends to construct a modern Liquid Petrolium Gas (LPG) storage and distribution plant to distribute bulk LPG to hotels, hospitals, cylinder re-fillers, and manufacturing industries. Two independent distribution facilities will handle the distribution of the LPG, gasoline and gas oil.
Gas Storage at FIFC Apam
FIFC acquired 20 hectares of land in the Apam area in the Central Region of Ghana on the Gulf of Guinea with the vision to build a marine and onshore shipping storage and distribution terminal for oil and gas products as well as a luxury tourism retreat and conference centre.