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Future Fuel Distribution Strategies for Southern Africa, 2 & 3 November 2011, Southern Sun O. R. Tambo International, Gauteng

Future Fuel Distribution Strategies for Southern Africa, 2 & 3 November 2011, Southern Sun O. R. Tambo International, Gauteng

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  • National Infrastructure Plan SA PORTS SYSTEM July 2009 P PORT DEMAND FORECAST O R PORT DEVELOPMENT PLANS T S Cape Town Saldanha Bay Mossel Bay P Port Elizabeth Ngqura gq L East London A Durban Richards Bay N
  • PortsTHE SOUTH AFRICAN PORTSJuly 2009 Slide 22
  • PortsTHE SOUTH AFRICAN PORTS SYSTEMJuly 2009 Source: Transnet Group Planning Slide 23
  • PortsPORT PLANNING PRINCIPLES Optimize capital investment across the ports system to meet the long term national demand for freight throughput, and to meet the requirements of Transnet and the National Ports Act Develop a complementary ports system with a regional grouping of old and new ports to provide a rational range of facilities to meet local and hinterland demand and avoid duplication of investment Maintain flexibility to respond to changing technological and economic conditions Respond to environmental constraints in a sustainable manner Align with city and regional planning initiatives Align with trends in shipping and equipment technology g pp g q p gy Zone port functions according to cargo types Maximise available space for berths, freight handling and operations Integrate port capacity with inland transport connectivity Develop back-of-port logistics areas to increase port capacityJuly 2009 Source: Transnet Group Planning Slide 24
  • PortsPORT DEMAND FORECASTS • CONTAINERS • VEHICLES • BREAK BULK • DRY BULK • LIQUID BULKJuly 2009 Slide 25
  • PortsNATIONAL CONTAINER DEMAND FORECAST 2009 2037/38 2008/09 2013/14 3.77m teu 4.86m teu 20.0m teuJuly 2009 Source: Corporate Plan, TCP Slide 27
  • PortsNATIONAL VEHICLE DEMAND FORECAST 2009 2037/38 2008/09 2013/14 0.52m fbu 0.56m fbu 1.54m fbuJuly 2009 Source: Corporate Plan, TCP Slide 28
  • PortsNATIONAL BREAKBULK DEMAND FORECAST 2009 2037/38 2013/14 2008/09 9.48m tpa 12.4m tpa 22.8m tpaJuly 2009 Source: Corporate Plan, TCP Slide 29
  • PortsNATIONAL DRYBULK DEMAND FORECAST 2009 2037/38 2013/14 2008/09 118m tpa 163m tpa 232m tpaJuly 2009 Source: Corporate Plan, TCP Slide 30