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Capturing Pipeline Opps In Brazil

  1. 1. OVERVIEW OF THE PIPELINE INDUSTRY IN BRAZIL CAPTURING PIPELINE OPORTUNITIES MARCELO RENNÓ Chairman, Pipeline Comittee Brazilian Petroleum, Gas, and Biofuels Institute Director, Petrobras / TRANSPETRO
  2. 2. DISCLAIMER The presentation may contain forecasts about future events. Such forecasts merely reflect the expectations of the Company's management. Such terms as "anticipate“, "believe“, "expect“, "forecast“, "intend“, "plan", "project", "seek", “should", along with similar or analogous expressions, are used to identify such forecasts. These predictions evidently involve risks and uncertainties, whether foreseen or not by the Company. Therefore, the future results of operations may differ from current expectations, and readers must not base their expectations exclusively on the information presented herein. The Company is not obliged to update the presentation/such forecasts in light of new information or future developments.
  3. 3. TOPICS The Brazilian pipeline sector Opportunities Achievements Challenges Rio Pipeline 2009 Conference and Exposition Conclusions
  4. 4. THE BRAZILIAN PIPELINE SECTOR
  5. 5. THE BRAZILIAN PIPELINE SECTOR PIPELINE NETWORK OF BRAZIL CURRENT Gas, Oil and Product Pipelines Land: 7,000 km of oil and product pipelines 7,000 km of gas pipelines Offshore: 4,000 km of rigid pipelines 5,000 km of flexible pipelines Slurry Pipelines 1,500 km of slurry pipelines
  6. 6. THE BRAZILIAN PIPELINE SECTOR FSRU - Floating Storage and Regasification Units Pecém, Ceará Pecém Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro
  7. 7. OPPORTUNITIES
  8. 8. OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS PLAN 2009-2013
  9. 9. OPPORTUNITIES PETROBRAS TOTAL PRODUCTION (000B/D)
  10. 10. OPPORTUNITIES NATURAL GAS EXPANSION
  11. 11. OPPORTUNITIES NATURAL GAS EXPANSION BALANCING SUPPLY & DEMAND
  12. 12. OPPORTUNITIES NATURAL GAS EXPANSION 70% expansion 2003 - 2010
  13. 13. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES
  14. 14. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES STRATEGIC MOTIVATION Brazil has high potential for ethanol exports; Increasing world interest in fuel ethanol for socioeconomic, strategic and environmental reasons; Kyoto Treaty; Excellence in ethanol logistics in Brazil, due to 30 years experience in pipeline transportation; Flex-Fuel technology: different percentage of ethanol – gasoline.
  15. 15. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN DISTRIBUTION
  16. 16. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES TRANSPORTATION OF ETHANOL IN PRODUCTS PIPELINE BY BATCHES Product D Product C Ethanol Product B Product A
  17. 17. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES PETROBRAS’ PRODUCT AND ETHANOL PIPELINES UNDER CONSIDERATION
  18. 18. OPPORTUNITIES ETHANOL PIPELINES RIGHTS OF WAY FOR ETHANOL LOGISTICS AND PRODUCTION AREAS Tocantins Bahia Mato Grosso DF Goiás Minas Gerais Mato Grosso do Sul Espirito Santo Areas Productivity: Rio de Janeiro São Exceptional Paulo Paraná High Good Santa Catarina (*) Average for the next 10 years Rio Grande do Sul Source: IDEA
  19. 19. OPPORTUNITIES PRODUCT PIPELINES
  20. 20. OPPORTUNITIES OIL PRODUCTS EXPANSION MIDWEST PIPELINE FROM TO LENGTH DIAMETER (KM) Curitiba Londrina 341 14 Londrina P Eptácio 10 12 P Eptácio Campo Grande 286 12 Campo Grande Rondonópolis 444 10 Rondonópolis Cuiabá 171 10 TOTAL 1,432 KM Hi dr ov ia New Pipelines Existing Pipelines
  21. 21. OPPORTUNITIES SLURRY PIPELINES
  22. 22. OPPORTUNITIES SLURRY PIPELINE SLURRY (ORE) Source: J. Chapman, PSI PIPELINES IN BRAZIL More than 1,500 km in operation; First ore pipeline started operations in 1977; Ore transported: Bauxite Iron Ore Concentrate Phosphate Kaolin
  23. 23. OPPORTUNITIES OFFSHORE PIPELINES
  24. 24. OPPORTUNITIES OFFSHORE PIPELINES OFFSHORE OPPORTUNITIES OFFSHORE PIPELINES PRE-SALT AREA 13 1333km PMXL BM -S-42 km 1 6k 1666kmm 22 2 2 kmkm BM -S-42 BM -S-10 BM-S-11 BM-S-24 BM-S-8 BM-S-9 BM-S-21 BM-S -17
  25. 25. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES
  26. 26. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES PIPELINE RELOCATION - SÃO PAULO CITY TERMINAL DE GUARULHOS TERMINAL DE BARUERI 4 km P–2 OSS L S M A IA S RA ANH ORA MP UID CO RIB TERMINAL 2’ ST L2 DI DE UTINGA PA AS /G OS AT OB V TERMINAL O S SP OS AT SP – 8 BR DISTRIBIUDORA – .5 k RECAP I 9. 1 m – 5 OSSP – 15 km km km .9 0 11 km – P SS O PONTO 1
  27. 27. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES PIPELINE RELOCATION - SÃO PAULO CITY
  28. 28. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES PIPELINE RELOCATION - SÃO PAULO CITY
  29. 29. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES PIPELINE RELOCATION - SÃO PAULO CITY
  30. 30. OPPORTUNITIES SAFETY and UPGRADES PIPELINE RELOCATION - SÃO PAULO CITY - FUTURE NETWORK Terminal de Terminal de Guarulhos Guararema Terminal de Barueri Suzano Terminal S. Caetano RECAP RECAP Sul Terminal de Mauá TO BE DEACTIVATE NEW RIGHT OF WAY RPBC RPBC EBAS FUEL OIL PIPELINES Terminal de Cubatão Terminal de Alemoa
  31. 31. ACHIEVEMENTS
  32. 32. ACHIEVEMENTS THE 1950’S: CONSTRUCTION WORK AT THE SÃO PAULO-SANTOS PIPELINE
  33. 33. ACHIEVEMENTS CONSTRUCTION OF THE BOLIVIA-BRAZIL GAS PIPELINE
  34. 34. CONSTRUCTION OF THE BOLIVIA-BRAZIL GAS PIPELINE
  35. 35. ACHIEVEMENTS GASDUC III –SILVA JARDIM/RJ TUNNEL
  36. 36. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE
  37. 37. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE
  38. 38. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE DRY SEASON WET SEASON
  39. 39. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE SOIL Inappropiate for equipment and machinery traffic. Low permeability and heavy undulating terrain. Low natural drainage. ACCESS TO RIGHT-OF-WAY Poor access from main rivers to right-of-way. Long distances and long time to reach work site; EXCESS RAIN 2007 rainfall index above average in the region kept soil inappropriate for traffic of machinery and heavy equipment
  40. 40. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION
  41. 41. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION
  42. 42. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION
  43. 43. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - NON CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION “H” BARGE FOR TRENCHING TRENCHING IN FLOODED ROW “H” BARGE TRENCHING
  44. 44. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - NON CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION WELDING AT BARGE COLUMN DEPLOYMENT FROM BARGE COLUMN DEPLOYMENT FROM BARGE COLUMN DEPLOYMENT FROM BARGE
  45. 45. ACHIEVEMENTS URUCU-MANAUS GAS PIPELINE - NON CONVENTIONAL CONSTRUCTION
  46. 46. CHALLENGES
  47. 47. CHALLENGES PIPELINE BUSINESS CONSTRAINTS Harsh operational conditions; More restrictive environmental and social concerns; Demand for high quality grade fuels; Ageing of current assets; Zero tolerance to leakages; Shortage of skilled professionals.
  48. 48. CHALLENGES MAIN TARGETS FOR INNOVATION CAPEX REDUCTION Design, materials and construction OPEX REDUCTION Exploring all capabilities of installed telecommunication and SCADA
  49. 49. CHALLENGES DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS Right-of-way selection Enhance risk-based alternative design methodologies Strain-based design for higher-strength steels
  50. 50. CHALLENGES MATERIALS IMPROVEMENTS 150 X 120 X 100 100 X 80 Strength (ksi) X 70 X 60 X 50 50 0 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 Year of commercial availability
  51. 51. CHALLENGES CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS Lack of Innovation in the Onshore Pipeline Construction Industry 7 OFFSHORE PIPELINES Average installation rate (km/day) 6 5 4 3 2 1 ONSHORE PIPELINES 0 1970 1980 1990 2000
  52. 52. CHALLENGES CENPES 2009 2010 CENPES I CENPES II Total area: 122.000 m2 EXPANSION: Buildings: 45.000 m2 Total Area: 180.000 m2 137 Laboratories Buildings: 54.000 m2 30 Pilot Plants
  53. 53. CHALLENGES CENPES - Ethanol R&D Project AIMS Guarantee Product Specification minimize losses by contamination during transportation of large volumes of ethanol for exportation.
  54. 54. CHALLENGES CENPES – Offshore Pipelines SOME FOCUS FOR DEEP AND ULTRA DEEPWATER PIPES & RISERS TDP SCR- STEEL CATENARY RISER
  55. 55. CHALLENGES CENPES - Surveillance and Positioning Technologies 1. Evaluation of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) for ROW Inspection; 2. Remote sensing technologies in the ROW surveillance; 3. Leak detection; 4. Detection of mass movements; 5. Positioning of the pipeline for river crossing and subsea.
  56. 56. CHALLENGES CENPES - Remote Sensing of Right of Ways Pipeline Monitoring System with Orbital Remote Sensing Data Objectives To develop a practical, reliable and economical system to monitoring pipeline assets using orbital remote sensing data. Fundamental areas of pipeline safety Third party encroachment Ground motion Oil and gas spills
  57. 57. CHALLENGES CENPES New Materials & Mills Flow Construction Efficiency PIPELINES & TANKS Product ROW Quality Monitoring Biofuels Integrity Management & Tools
  58. 58. CTDTU Pipeline Technology Center Independent, not-for-profit institution with real scale test loop . Can be used for demonstrations, research and training.
  59. 59. CDTU ASSOCIATES
  60. 60. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION
  61. 61. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Evolution Organized biannually by the Pipeline Committee of the Brazilian Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels Institute- IBP First edition in 1997 with only 10 papers presented A partnership was established in 2000 between IBP and ASME –American Society of Mechanical Engineers It was agreed to have Rio Pipeline and the International Pipeline Conference – Calgary in alternate years Consolidation of the international standing of the Rio Pipeline Conference and Exposition
  62. 62. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Evolution
  63. 63. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Evolution DELEGATES PARTICIPANT COUNTRIES
  64. 64. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Evolution TECHNICAL PAPERS PARTICIPANT COUNTRIES
  65. 65. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Evolution EXHIBITION
  66. 66. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION Rio Pipeline 2009 Conference & Exposition will take place from 22 to 24 September at the SulAmerica Convention Centre, Rio de Janeiro The exposition, with a total area of 2,336 m2, has been fully booked and will include close to 100 exhibiting companies
  67. 67. RIO PIPELINE 2009 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION RIOPIPELINE 2009 PAPER STATISTICS COUNTRIES PRESENTING PAPERS AUTOMATION, SUPERVISORY SYSTEMS AND 21 United States Holland MEASUREMENT Germany India DISTRIBUTION BASES, TERMINALS, COMPRESSION AND 21 PUMPING STATIONS Saudi Arabia Ireland CORROSION 33 Argentina Italy SUBSEA PIPELINES 36 Bolivia Kuwait GIS & MAPPING 14 Brazil Mexico STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY, RELIABILITY & RISK ANALYSIS 61 LOGISTICS AND OPERATION 19 Canada Monaco MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION 18 Chile Norway ENVIRONMENTAL AND OPERATIONAL SAFETY 34 China Peru SLURRY PIPELINES 11 Equator Poland DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, FABRICATION AND MATERIALS 28 South Africa United Kingdom SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 11 France Russian Federation INSPECTION TECHNIQUES 22
  68. 68. CONCLUSIONS
  69. 69. CONCLUSIONS THE PIPELINE SECTOR IN BRAZIL PRESENTS LARGE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN AREAS SUCH AS: Construction and assembly; Materials (pipes, valves, turbines, pumps, etc); Onshore and offshore pipeline equipment; Special Services (aerial surveys, remote sensing, specialized engineering, consulting, inspection, repairs, certification, training, automation, environmental protection, corrosion control, etc).
  70. 70. CONCLUSIONS Partnership Opportunities Technological Cooperation Plant Installation in Brazil Local Components replacing Imports Partnerships
  71. 71. CONCLUSIONS The Brazilian pipeline sector maturity, allied to the significant demand confirmed for the near future offers a unique business opportunity for the international pipeline industry.
  72. 72. CONCLUSIONS CONTACTS TRANSPETRO Marcelo Rennó: marcelorg@petrobras.com.br André Raposo: andreraposo@petrobras.com.br CENPES – Petrobras Research Centre Pedro Altoé: altoe@petrobras.com.br Petrobras Procurement Roberto Alfradique - alfradique@petrobras.com.br Petrobras Services Paulo Cellular - cellular@petrobras.com.br IBP – The Brazilian Institute of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels Ernani Filgueiras - ernani@ibp.org.br CTDUT – Centro de Tecnologia de Dutos (Pipeline Technology Centre) Arthur Braga - arthur@ctdut.org.br
  73. 73. CONCLUSIONS THANK YOU! MARCELO RENNÓ Chairman of the Pipeline Committee - IBP Director – Natural Gas Transpetro – Petrobras Transporte S/A
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