Clarification of density and capacity LPH storage - in a simple way for everybody
To cut the story short and present it simply.
1. Taiyuan and Guijao have storage capacity 120.000 metric tons in total
2. Since various products have various density (and weight therefore) you have to always consider product density to evaluate how much product you can input into each cubic meter of tank
3. Here are the official density data (based on official data from my national rafinery) on diesel and gasoline
Weights of 1 liter of gasoline, diesel and water (as comparison):
gasoline: 0,73 - 0,77 kg/l x 1000 = you can fill 1333 litres of gasoline in each mt of tank
diesel: 0,83 - 0,855 kg/l x 1000 = you can fill 1176 litres of diesel in each mt of tank
water: 1kg/l x 1000 = you can fill 1000 litres of water in each mt of tank
4. As Guijao and Taiyuan have 120.000 metric tons = the maximum capacity is respectively for:
a) gasoline = 120.000 mt x 1333 = 159 960 tons of gasoline
b) diesel = 120.000 mt x 1176 = 141 120 tons of diesel
c) water = 120.000 tons x 1000 = 120 000 tons of water
If you want to use US metrics just divide the final numbers with gallon/liter recalculation factor 3.7854
5. In other words I fully confirm that Guijao and Taiyuan tanks of 120.000 mt can STORE maximum 37 million gallons diesel OR 43 million gallons gasoline !!!
That doesn't answer the question. The question is this:
- The website, disclosure documents, etc. state that the Taiyuan and Gujiao facilities have a storage capacity of 120,000 MT.
- Photos of the facilities from the website, confirmed by Google Satellite, show tank structures that do not appear to be able to store 120,000 MT of liquid. They appear to be able to store between 20% and 50% of that volume, if you look at the dimensions of the tanks and apply the formula for the volume of a cylinder.
How can this be explained? You didn't explain this.
Using faulty data methods seems to me
Something to be brought before the SEC
Inaccuracies with google earth is an ongoing discussion
Such a simplified approach suggests that maybe you've suffered a concussion
You can't throw google numbers into an easy bake oven
And expect to get an analysts lovin'
Could you provide me with any document with the exact dimensions of the tanks - then I can put my comment. Sorry but I am not going to dispute with satelite photos assumptions because these can involve critital error.
You have no idea what are you talking about. You do not have idea what is density either and what is 120.000 metric ton capacity that translates into various capacity depending on various denisties for diesel and gasoline. You have been exposed that you are really spammer.