The second largest petrochemical, oil and gas hub in the UAE boasts a flourishing investment climate for tank terminal operators and acts as a crucial gateway for global trade
The Hamriyah Free Zone is positioned in one of the most promising regions for future global oil and gas markets and its growth trajectory makes it an attractive destination for international trade.
The Free Zone in Sharjah, which is considered to be one of the fastest growing in the Middle East, sits on a 22 square kilometre parcel of land and its oil and gas zone has access to a 14 meter deep water port and an extensive pipeline network to several storage operators within the area.
Uniquely located at the intersection between three continents the Free Zone can take advantage of several international trade routes, connecting energy supply from the east to the west. MENA countries account for 58% of proven global crude oil reserves, making it a key region for future global oil markets.
Since its inception by a...