The Philippines government is considering the privatisation of three provincial ports – Port of Cagayan de Oro, Port of Iloilo, and Port of General Santos. The Philippine Ports Authority will obtain the feasibility studies in the fourth quarter of 2013. Port of Cagayan de Oro is the busiest government port in northern Mindanao in terms of cargo throughput. It has a land area of about 24 hectares and serves the city of Cagayan de Oro and the provinces of Misamis Oriental, Bukidnon, Camiguin, Agusan del Norte, and Davao. Port of Iloilo, based in Iloilo City, serves the general area of Iloilo province and the premier port on Panay Island. The port, located on 20.8 hectares of reclaimed land, is considered to be one of the safest natural seaports in the Philippines. The Port of General Santos, also known as Makar Wharf, lies at the end of Sarangani Bay on the southern coast of Mindanao.