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Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port?  No Problem!
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Bruce Watson - CSL Transhipment - Transhipment – No Port? No Problem!

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Bruce Watson delivered the presentation at the 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference. …

Bruce Watson delivered the presentation at the 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference.

The 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference explored current projects and regulatory updates in the Pilbara region.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/pilbaramining14

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  • 1. 1
  • 2. HIGH CAPACITY TRANSHIPMENT SYSTEMS 2 “Mining The Pilbara” Port Hedland 9th July 2014
  • 3.  About CSL  Why Transhipment  Transhipment Solutions  Transhipment Evolution  Next Generation of Transhippers Agenda 3
  • 4. • HISTORY • 1845: The first of the original companies founded • 1913: 11 shipping companies merged to create Canada Steamship Lines • 2013: Centenary celebrations • CORE BUSINESS • Designs, builds, owns and operates bulk material handling assets • Handles nearly 100 Million tons of bulk cargo annually, including ~ 30 million tons transhipment • GLOBAL • Largest owner of self-unloader vessels in the world • Operations in Asia, Australia, Africa, the Americas and Europe 4 About CSL
  • 5. CSL’s WORLDWIDE FLEET 5 About 70 bulkers and transhippers
  • 6.  A quicker route to market  Earlier cash-flows, to fund the high cost of upstream infrastructure projects  Earlier royalty payments to fund Government projects  Earlier economic stimulus trickling down through the economy  Reduced risk of environmental wars Transhipment – The Benefits 6
  • 7.  Economies of Scale not otherwise available (up scaling to Cape vessels)  Minimal Investment in Shore side Infrastructure  Minimal Port Infrastructure  Minimal or No Dredging  Minimal Environmental Impact Transhipment – The Savings 7
  • 8. Transhipment Solutions Approach 8 High Volume Systems Gravity based Reliable Built-for-Purpose solutions “Incremental Engineering” around proven solution – No prototyping Focus on safety/environment
  • 9. 9 Transhipment Solutions TSV – Optimization Red numbers = laytime for a 172,000dwt Cape in days All basis Single shore loader: 6,000 TPH 4.2d 5.7d 8.1d 2.1d 2.9d 4.1d 2.0d 2.3d 2.7d - 2,500,000 5,000,000 7,500,000 10,000,000 12,500,000 15,000,000 17,500,000 20,000,000 22,500,000 25,000,000 5 nm 20 nm 40 nm Distance Shore to Anchorage MT/Annum 20,000 MT TSV Annual Throughput (300 days/80%) 3.2d 3.9d 5.1d 1.7d 2.0d 2.6d 1.7d 1.9d 5 nm 20 nm 40 nm Distance Shore to Anchorage 40,000 MT TSV Annual Throughput (300 days/80%)
  • 10. Transhipment Solutions Incremental Expansion 10 $- $2.0 $4.0 $6.0 $8.0 $10.0 $12.0 $14.0 $16.0 $18.0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 $/t Million Tonnes Transhipment Cost per Tonne 1 TSV 2 TSV 3 TSV
  • 11. Transhipment in The Pilbara - Potential 11  Oceanic Bathymetry  Limited opportunity for new deep water ports … little spare capacity in the current deep water ports  Typically – deep water (25m) found 10 - 20 nm from shore; means significant channel dredging to accommodate cape ships  Capital & Environment  $billion savings in infrastructure & port dredging  Limited environmental impact minimizing the “eco-wars”  Uncertainty  Volume ramp-up, Fluctuating iron ore price,  Lead time  Reduced Capex because of smaller infrastructure  Smoother approval process  Leads to earlier start up
  • 12. PORT HEDLAND  14m channel + tide = max depth ~ 22m  Cape ship departures restricted to high tides Transhipment – Better Port Utilization 12 ClassA-Hr0.0 ClassA-Hr1.0 ClassA-Hr2.0 ClassA-Hr3.0 ClassA-Hr4.0 ClassA-Hr5.0 ClassB/C-Hr6.0 ClassB/C-Hr7.0 ClassB/C-Hr8.0 ClassB/C-Hr9.0 ClassB/C-Hr10.0 ClassB/C-Hr11.0 ClassA-Hr12.0 ClassA-Hr13.0 ClassA-Hr14.0 ClassA-Hr15.0 ClassA-Hr16.0 ClassA-Hr17.0 ClassB/C-Hr18.0 ClassB/C-Hr19.0 ClassB/C-Hr20.0 ClassB/C-Hr21.0 ClassB/C-Hr22.0 ClassB/C-Hr23.0 Tide Tide restrictions ____ Cape departures ____ Under utilized
  • 13. Biggest Ship Biggest Cargo Most Efficient Date 11 Feb 2014 5 Dec 2013 3 May 2014 Ship CSB Glory Hugo N Bao Fu Deadweight 315,063 dwt 297,088 dwt 250,877 dwt Cargo Lift 235,512 mt 263,962 mt 247,572 mt % Cargo to DWT 74.75% 88.85% 98.68% Transhipment – Better Port Utilization 13 Some Port Hedland Statistics 1 1 Port Hedland Port Authority Website
  • 14. Transhipping Potential on the Pilbara Coast 14 Transhipping Options
  • 15. Transhipment Small Port Development 15 A suitable strip of coastal land Build a stock pile pad, or load direct from a rail car dumper Construct a jetty Add a conveyor and ship-loader … Out to Depth of 6.5m
  • 16. Transhipment Small Port Development 16 No Tugs No Pilots Fixed Loader & Conveyor Short Jetty6.5m draft
  • 17. 17 Transhipment Evolution “Interim Solutions” – Existing Gravity Self-Unloaders “Lakers” – topping off capes for export “Lakers ” – blending off-shore “CSL Atlas” - transhipping Iron ore in Liberia “CSL Spirit” - transhipping Iron ore in Canada
  • 18. 18 Transhipment Evolution Generation Change Iron ore in Whyalla – 1st Generation Iron ore in Whyalla – 2nd Generation Interim Solutions – Iron Ore West Africa High Capacity TSV – 3rd Generation
  • 19. 19 Transhipment Evolution “2nd Generation CSL WHYALLA” – TSV Conversion Prior to conversion Transhipping off WhyallaCape loading boom fitted Existing SUL boom replaced
  • 20. Transhipment Evolution “2nd Generation CSL Trimnes” – Next conversion 20
  • 21. Transhipment Evolution - Trimnes Conversion Plans 21 Installation of shiploader Bigger Bow/stern thrusters Single point loading system Upgraded winches New auxiliary engines Bridge Modification Plastic lining in cargo holds Fendering installed Modification of incline boom Hold strengthening for heavy cargoes
  • 22. 22 CSL Whyalla – Transhipping Iron Ore
  • 23. 23 Next Generation Transhipment Shuttle Vessels  Flexible Design – Built for Purpose  Environmentally friendly – zero dust  Single Point Loader system if required  Gravity based unloading system  Up to 10,000tph peak transhipment rate with two ship-loaders  Up to 5,000tph peak transhipment rate with a single ship-loader  Highly maneuverable with azimuth thrusters – no tugs required  Loading directly to Capes. 30k – 60k tonnes dwt 12k – 25k tonnes dwt
  • 24. 24 NO PORT? NO PROBLEM!

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