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Dom Figliomeni delivered the presentation at 2014 Bulk Materials Handling Conference. ...

Dom Figliomeni delivered the presentation at 2014 Bulk Materials Handling Conference.

The 11th annual Bulk Materials Handling Conference is an expert led forum focusing on the engineering behind the latest expansions and upgrades of bulk materials facilities. This conference will evaluate the latest engineering feats that are creating record levels of throughput whilst minimising downtime.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/bulkmaterials14

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  • 1. NSW  PORTS  -­‐  Port  Kembla   CHANGING  BULK  LANDSCAPE    April  2014  
  • 2. NSW  Ports  -­‐  Port  of  Port  Kembla      
  • 3. Who  Is  NSW  Ports   •  NSW  Ports  is  a  consorHum  of  leading  insHtuHonal  investors  and  represents  more  than  80%   Australian  superannuaHon  funds.  The  NSW  Ports  consorHum  comprises:   Industry  Funds   Management   (IFM)                 45.01%     Australian   Super  Pty  Ltd                   20%   Tawreed   Investments   (Tawreed)               19.99%   Global   Infrastructure   Partners  (GIP)   on  behalf  of   The  State   Public  Sector  Q   Super         15%  
  • 4. We  are  investors  and  managers  of  some  of  Australia’s  most  criHcal  infrastructure   •  NSW  Ports  members  are  long-­‐term  investors,  with  interests  in  a  range  of  key  infrastructure  assets  throughout   Australia  including:   –  Ten  Airports,  three  seaports,  three  toll  roads,  one  rail  staHon  and  16  social  infrastructure  assets.   Western Australia Northern Territory Queensland New South Wales Victoria South Australia Tasmania Perth  Airport   Perth  Law  Courts   Northern  Territory  Airports   Port  of  Brisbane   Eastern  Distributor   Brisbane  Airport   Melbourne  Airport   Southern  Cross  StaPon  
  • 5. Port  Botany  &  Port  Kembla  are  criHcal  assets  that   support  the  well  being  of  the  State   §  NSW  Ports  recognises  the  criHcal  importance  of  both  Port  Botany  and  Port  Kembla  to  NSW’s  future  economic   growth,  development  and  well-­‐being   §  NSW  is  the  largest  state  economy  in  Australia  and  accounts  for  almost  one-­‐third  of  the  Australian  economy   §  Both  Port  Botany  and  Port  Kembla  are  very  high  quality  assets   §  Port  Botany  is  Australia’s  2nd  largest  container  port  and  sole  container  port  servicing  Sydney,  the  largest   populaHon  centre  in  Australia   §  Port  Kembla  is  Australia’s  largest  vehicle  import  facility  and  a  key  gateway  for  coal,  grain  and  bulk  products   §  The  combinaHon  of  these  two  ports  represents  one  of  Australia’s  most  criHcal  and  strategic  assets   §  We  are  commiYed  to  the  responsible  management  of,  and  investment  in,  both  assets  for  the  long-­‐term  due  to  the   vital  role  they  play  in  economies  of  the  Sydney,  Illawarra  and  greater  NSW  regions   §  We  will  acHvely  seek  to  work  with  all  stakeholders  to  maintain  high  quality  port  services  and  effecHve  customer   interacHons  
  • 6. Our  vision  is  to  create  an  integrated,  world  class  port   management  company   • Promote  safe,  responsible  and  reliable  operaPons   • Capitalise  on  the  strengths  of  each  facility   Develop  both  ports  to   their  full  potenPal   • Bring  out  the  best  from  the  combined  organisaPon  by  having  a  highly   engaged  workforce   • Support  management  and  staff  to  deliver  effecPve  outcomes   Responsible  and  efficient   operaPon  of  the   organisaPon   • Maintain  strong  customer  relaPonships   • Work  with  other  stakeholders  including  government,  stevedores,   transportaPon  logisPcs  companies  and  local  communiPes  to  solve  off   port  issues   Build  strong   relaPonships  with  all   stakeholders   • CommiXed  to  managing  and  developing  the  ports  in  a  safe,  secure,   efficient  and  environmentally  responsible  manner   • Be  a  good  corporate  ciPzen  that  employees  and  investors  can  be  proud   to  be  part  of   Focus  on  sustainable   growth  
  • 7. TransiHon  Lease  Outcomes     ¯  Large  mulH  site  operaHon  with  approved  O/H  development   ¯  SeparaHon  of  Commercial  and  Regulatory  funcHons  –  NSW   Ports  responsible  for  all  land  side  funcHons    -­‐  Port  CorporaHon   for  marine  side  security   ¯  NSWP  responsible  for  nav  aids,  channel  depths,  hydrographic   surveys   ¯  NSWP  pays  PKPC    a  monthly  fee  for  all  regulatory  funcHons   other  than  pilotage  –  VTC,  50%  H/M,  capital  upgrades  etc   ¯  Provides  99  yrs  of  certainty  –  not  subject  to  Govt  changes        
  • 8. DEVELOPMENT  PROCEDURES     Ø  Port  Kembla  covered  by  State  Environmental   Planning  Policy  (SEPP)                  -­‐  development  either  exempt/complying  or  requires                                  approval                  -­‐  approved  plan  difficult  and  expensive  to  amend                    -­‐  complying  development  up-­‐to  $100m   Ø  Requires  Council  or  Private  CerHfier  to  be  engaged   Ø  Highly  prescripHve  rigid  process  –  Capacity  limits   Ø  Requires  land  owners  consent     Ø  NSW  Ports  required  to  prepare  5  year  development   and  environmental  plans  
  • 9. Trade  Results  –  Port  Kembla  12/13     Commodity   Trade  Tonnes   Coal        13,382,000   Steel      6,117,000   Motor  Vehicles      5,691,000   Grain   2,638,000   Copper  Cons     782,000    Oil         222,000   Acid       50,000   Total   28,882,000   500   700   900   2011/12   2012/13   Ship  Visits  
  • 10. TransiHon  Projects   •  TransiHon  from  Government  to  Private   ownership  on1  June  2013  (regulatory   funcHons  including  Pilotage  remain   with  Government)   •  Cement  Australia  project  commissioned   •  Port  Kembla  Coal  Terminal   enhancement  in  progress   •  Design  for  first  bulk  OH  bulk  berth   completed   •  Approval  to  increase  first  OH  bulk  berth   capacity  to  16  mta  in  progress   •  OH  access  road  completed   •  Timber  jeYy  demolished      
  • 11. PLANNING  UNCERTAINTY     Ø  Long  term  planning  necessitates  flexibility;                  -­‐  the  future  is  based  on  what  we  know  today                      -­‐  Panama  Canal  will  set  ship  size  for  many  years                  -­‐  future  customers/cargo  are  unknown                    -­‐  bulk  cargo  V  containers  requires  different  thinking   Ø  Customer  land  parcels  unknown   Ø  Rigidity  of  some  planning  instruments/costs   Ø  Council  and  community  impacts/pressures   Ø  Changing  Government  environment  
  • 12. ArHst’s  Impression  –  Outer  Harbour  Development  
  • 13. Cement  Australia  construcHon  site  -­‐  Outer  Harbour  
  • 14. COMPETITION  v  OPTIMISATION     Ø  Provision  of  bulk  port  faciliHes  -­‐  consideraHons                -­‐    duplicaHon  without  demand  results  in  increased                        cost                  -­‐  opHmisaHon  supports  efficient  infrastructure  use   Ø  OpHmisaHon  creates  a  compeHHve  environment                -­‐  opHmisaHon  can  lead  to  compeHHve  prices,                        efficiencies                -­‐  opHmisaHon  can  lead  to  best  resource  use   Ø  DuplicaHon  maximises  port  revenue                  -­‐  uses  scarce  port  land/wharf  space                -­‐  reduces  cargo  flexibility  –  if  incompaHble                -­‐  encourages  cargo  compeHHon  
  • 15. CARGO  PLANNING  CONFLICTS   Ø  Long  term  land  use  planning–  port  development   conflict   Ø  Common  use/exclusive  use  faciliHes     Ø  Mobile  v  travelling  loading  faciliHes/capability     Ø  Road/rail  transport  conflicts/capacity   Ø  Mutually  exclusive  -­‐  containers  v  bulk  liquids  v  dry   Ø  Community/environmental  maYers  –  dust/noise  etc                    
  • 16. COMMODITY  CONFLICTS   Ø  Cargo  conflicts  –  woodchips  v  coal,  zircon  v  silica   sands,  grain  v  ores   Ø  Cargo  incompaHbility  –  has  a  cost  impost   Ø  Is  the  port  all  things  to  all  people  –  is  cargo  best   directed  to  a  more  suitable  port  with  exisHng   faciliHes   Ø  Liability  and  risk  for  contaminaHon   Ø  Ownership  of  infrastructure(BOO,  BOOT,  toll,  etc)  
  • 17. PLANNING  FLEXIBILITY   Ø  Planning  for  the  unknown  –  difficulty  in  a  diversified    port   Ø  Consider  the  current  status  of  the  Ports  development     Ø  Address  where  the  Port  needs  to  go  to  service  customers/ region  etc   Ø  What  needs  to  be  done  to  get  there   Ø  What  will  happen  if  you  do  nothing  –  let  port  evolve   rather  than  plan   Ø  Plans  need  to  be  flexible  –  accommodate  changes  in  use   Ø  Planning  reviews  criHcal  –  realign,  refocus,  remodel  
  • 18. Planning  Changes   Ø  New  unplanned  projects  –                -­‐  $30m  bulk  liquids  facility  (currently  under                      construcHon)              -­‐  $50m  Grain  handling  facility                -­‐  Berth  extension  to  handle  Panamax  vessels  –  14.5m  drar   Ø  Whale  watching  vessel  housed  in  the  Port   Ø  Bunker  Barge/lines  boats/towage  –  compeHHon  for  faciliHes   Ø  Changed  scope  and  operaHons  of  approved  Bio-­‐diesel  project  impacHng   risk,  land  and  water  side  operaHons   Ø  Planning  for  the  unknown  –  no  easy  answer  but  planning  flexibility  is  the   key  
  • 19. LogisHcs  Challenges   Ø  Sharing  of  rail  between  freight  and  passengers  -­‐                -­‐  passenger  trains  have  path  priority              -­‐  curfews  during  AM  and  PM  peak  periods              -­‐  closure  of  many  regional  grain  lines   Ø  Lack  of  rail  investment  on  rail  freight     Ø  Timing  of  rail  investments   Ø  Road  congesHon  near  ports  increasing   Ø  Pressure  to  increase  road  user  charges   Ø  Planning/protecHon  of  arterial  corridors   Ø  Community  pressures  on  road/rail  freight  
  • 20. NSW  Ports’  Work  Health  and  Safety   Policy   NSW  Ports:   Ø  is  commiYed  to  achieving  the  highest  possible  standard   in  Work  Health  and  Safety;   Ø  recognises  its  responsibility  for  the  provision  of  a  safe   place  and  system  of  work  for  all  its  employees;   Ø  will  ensure  that  strategies  are  developed  which  minimise   the  risk  of  injury  or  disease  to  employees  and  other   persons;  and   Ø  will  seek  conHnuous  improvement  in  its  Work  Health   and  Safety  performance.    
  • 21. The  Port  of  Port  Kembla  Environment   §  Everyone  must,  at  all  Hmes,  be:   -  Environmentally  aware   -  Environmentally  responsible.   §  To  avoid  polluHng  the  Harbour:   -  Do   not   dump   anything   into   drains   or   the   Harbour,   e.g.  solids,  oils,  greases  or  detergents.   §  NSW  Ports  reserves  the  right  to  recover  from  polluters  any   costs   associated   with   a   clean-­‐up   and   fines   issued   under   the   ProtecHon   of   the   Environment   OperaHons   for   response  to  spills.    
  • 22. www.nswports.com.au