Infrastructure Footprint

TWL has developed a comprehensive, nationwide logistics network that enables greater reach, capability, and capacity to better serve our current and future clients.

This infrastructure footprint provides TWL with a unique capability to support essential agribusiness throughout the petroleum resources belt. Today, TWL’s infrastructure network services the Northern Route of the Highland Highway from Lae and the Southern Route from Port Moresby with marine and truck combinations.

TWL’s corporate governance and reputation for delivering results has afforded the significant capital base to acquire and support the following major first-class logistics infrastructure assets across PNG.


TWL Infrastructure


Primary depot on 10ha land
Loading / transport of fuel to sites
Client and Internal Fuel management

Port Moresby

Paga Wharf facility (240m quay, 1.4ha laydown)
360,000 litres of fuel bunkering capacity
20.4ha land at Motukea (inland port development)


General refuelling services 20KL demountable tankers
Air-field operation support, 10KL Jet-A1 tank + MRU


35KL self-bunded tank fuel reserves
Hides depot office, 3.6ha laydown area

Mt Hagen

Transit depot, experienced staff, office, workshop & accommodation
Loading / transport of fuel to sites
Management of 65KL of fuel reserves


Loading / transport of fuel to sites

By leveraging its unparalleled infrastructure network and financial capacity, TWL can meet the requirements of today’s – and tomorrow’s – resource project developments.