Jindal in Mozambique
Growing our spirit the African way
Manoj Gupta
Vice President & Country Head –JSPL Mozambique
Copyrig...
Introducing JSPL
The Jindal Group was founded in 1952
-is one of India's major steel producers with a significant presence...
Introducing JSPL (Cont.)
JSPL operates the largest coal - based sponge iron plant in the
world and has an installed capaci...
Jindal Group Around the world
We started as a steel manufacturing company, enhanced our
position as a major steel producer...
JINDAL IN AFRICA
South Africa, Mozambique,Tanzania, Madagascar,Zambia,Botswana, Namibia.
Jindal Africa is a part of Indian...
Jindal in Mozambique
Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa.
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overlaid in front of an im...
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Distance Mine to Port: 685 Km
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Jindal coal Project at Chirodzi
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The coal project timeline for Jindal in Mozambique
The Journey begin- Jindal ...
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Project Overview
Mining method – Open cast
Ramp up period ( 3-5 yrs starting
2013)
Products – coking coal & thermal coa...
Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa.
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overlaid in front of an im...
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Project Development – Mine office , GH & Clinic
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Project Development - Mine accommodations
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Project Development – Coal Processing Plant
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Project development
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Project development
Substation
Project development
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Environmental Licenses
Project Logistics
Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Overcoming infrastrutural challenges
Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa.
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overlaid in front of an im...
23 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Coal stock near Moatize rail
24 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Loading Platform at Moatize
25 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Capac. estocagem: 200.000 ton
Transportadores: 2x750t/h
Jindal Coal Unloading...
26 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Access
Road
Coal Siding
Quay 9
Administrative
Area
Road Access to Port of Bei...
Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 27
The need for additional logistic infrastructure
at Beira port
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Sailing Route for the Feeder Vessel
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Options to access the Indian Ocean from Mine
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Our Strategy to Minimizate the Logistic Challenges
Road & Rail
Capacity: upto...
Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 31
Project Phasing
< 3 MPTA 3 – 5 MTPA 5 – 10 MTPA 10+ MTPA
Cornelder 1 berth 1 ...
32
Social Projects
Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Education
Health
Infrastructure
Overseas
Training
Ambulance
M...
33 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Social Investment – To improve communities development
34 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Social Investment – To improve communities development
35 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Social Investment
Environmental Friendly
Trees Plantation
 2 nos Truck mounted
Tree Transplanter
Machine at site
 Improved technology
with...
Towards Production and Export
Production of Coal
Production Plan is for 10 milion tons of capacity(over 5
years), and with infraestruture availability w...
Exporting the Coal to other Markets
We exported over 100,000 tons of coal via Port of Beira to the
Asian continent – 1Mtpa...
Way Forward
Mozambique established as world’s new source of
metallurgical coal in thick seams and considered potentially
t...
Conclusion
Despite the issue of infrastructure bottlenecks, Mozambique
remains a long term solution to the coking coal mar...
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Key to success ……
Infrastructure build-up can happen quickly with collaboration of
government, investors and miners wor...
Muito Obrigado
PELA ATENÇÃO!
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Manoj Gupta, Vice President and Country Head, JSPL Mozambique Minerais, Lda gave this presentation at the 4th annual Mozambique Coal conference, the very first event to focus on the coal industry in the Mozambican region and has had the support from the Mozambique Government since the inaugural event in 2010.

With 300+ attendees each year, this event sees geographical delegate representation as diversed as Australia, South Africa, India, Bostwana, Canada, United-Kingdom, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates USA, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, and of course Mozambique.

For more information about the annual event, please visit www.immevents.com/mining-conference/mozambique-coal-conference

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Developing a mine in the Songa coal basin

  1. 1. Jindal in Mozambique Growing our spirit the African way Manoj Gupta Vice President & Country Head –JSPL Mozambique Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  2. 2. Introducing JSPL The Jindal Group was founded in 1952 -is one of India's major steel producers with a significant presence in sectors like Mining, Power Generation and Infrastructure. -With an annual turnover of over US$ 3.5 billion, JSPL is a part of the US$ 18 billion diversified O. P. Jindal Group and is consistently tapping new opportunities by increasing production capacity, diversifying investments, and leveraging its core capabilities to venture into new businesses.
  3. 3. Introducing JSPL (Cont.) JSPL operates the largest coal - based sponge iron plant in the world and has an installed capacity of 3 MTPA of steel at Raigarh . JSPL has recently been rated as the second highest value creator in the world by Boston Consulting Group; 11th fastest growing company in India by Business World; - included in one of the Fab 50 Companies by Forbes Asia, 2009 and 2010; one of the Best Blue Chip companies as well as the Highest Wealth Creator by the Dalal Street Journal.
  4. 4. Jindal Group Around the world We started as a steel manufacturing company, enhanced our position as a major steel producer and diversified into various other sectors such as Mining, Power Generation & Trading, Petroleum, Cement and Infrastructure. Presence in: -Asia -Europe -Africa -Australia
  5. 5. JINDAL IN AFRICA South Africa, Mozambique,Tanzania, Madagascar,Zambia,Botswana, Namibia. Jindal Africa is a part of Indian multinational conglomerate Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL), which in turn is part of US$18 billion, diversified O.P. Jindal Group. This industrial conglomerate is a leading player globally in the steel, power, mining, coal to liquid, oil & gas, and infrastructure sectors. Jindal recognizes that Africa is endowed with great mineral wealth and hardworking committed people. Its intent is to pass on its inherent knowledge and experience to the continent by enriching lives, creating job opportunities and adding value.
  6. 6. Jindal in Mozambique Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  7. 7. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa. (Place your image in this area. The white band on top is always overlaid in front of an image ) Jindal First coal exporter from south of Zambezi (Concession no 3605 C – South of Zambezi)
  8. 8. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 8 Distance Mine to Port: 685 Km
  9. 9. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 9 Jindal coal Project at Chirodzi
  10. 10. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 10 The coal project timeline for Jindal in Mozambique The Journey begin- Jindal entry to Mozambique J JSPL acquired Exploration Licenses Completion of Exploration & establish project viability In December JSPL & Mozambique signed Chirodzi Mining concession contract 2011 In Feb, JSPL obtained a Mining rights with production planned for 2012/13 JSPL starts the building of coal Mine 2012 In September Mining Excavation and coal stocking started Commissioning of wash plant and first production 2009 2009 2010 2011 2011 2010 2012 2012 2013 -Ship
  11. 11. 11 Project Overview Mining method – Open cast Ramp up period ( 3-5 yrs starting 2013) Products – coking coal & thermal coal Mining ongoing with two pits South part of Zambezi - First Coal Major milestones achieved Coal Annual Production (ROM) – 10 million T with an option of going to 20 Mtpa Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  12. 12. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa. (Place your image in this area. The white band on top is always overlaid in front of an image ) • Opencast Mine for a capacity of 3 Mtpa developed in Phase I • Employment created > 1500 workers • First coal shipment made in Q1 2013 • Built Infrastructure in south of Zambezi , Moatize & Beira • Acquired rolling stocks Update
  13. 13. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 13 Project Development – Mine office , GH & Clinic
  14. 14. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 14 Project Development - Mine accommodations
  15. 15. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 15 Project Development – Coal Processing Plant
  16. 16. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 16 Project development
  17. 17. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 17 Project development
  18. 18. Substation Project development Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  19. 19. Copyright © 2013Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 19 Environmental Licenses
  20. 20. Project Logistics Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  21. 21. Overcoming infrastrutural challenges
  22. 22. Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa. (Place your image in this area. The white band on top is always overlaid in front of an image ) Coal shipment made
  23. 23. 23 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Coal stock near Moatize rail
  24. 24. 24 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Loading Platform at Moatize
  25. 25. 25 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Capac. estocagem: 200.000 ton Transportadores: 2x750t/h Jindal Coal Unloading Platform at Munahava- Beira
  26. 26. 26 Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Access Road Coal Siding Quay 9 Administrative Area Road Access to Port of Beira
  27. 27. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 27 The need for additional logistic infrastructure at Beira port
  28. 28. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 28 Sailing Route for the Feeder Vessel
  29. 29. 29 Options to access the Indian Ocean from Mine
  30. 30. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 30 Our Strategy to Minimizate the Logistic Challenges Road & Rail Capacity: upto 1 Mtpa dec/13 Rolling Stocks: 5 locomotivas + 100 wagons 63 t Skips : 15 Equipments : Port Port of Beira: Quay # 9 (TCC9) Capacity: 1 Mtpa Contract with Cornelder: for first year of operation
  31. 31. Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. 31 Project Phasing < 3 MPTA 3 – 5 MTPA 5 – 10 MTPA 10+ MTPA Cornelder 1 berth 1 berth 2 berths Direct shipping 2 ship loaders 2 ship loaders 4 ship loaders 2 vessels 3 vessels 3 vessels 2 stacker / reclaimers 3 stacker / reclaimers 3 stacker / reclaimers 1 tippler 1 tippler 2 tipplers Additional stockpile Longer stockpiles
  32. 32. 32 Social Projects Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Education Health Infrastructure Overseas Training Ambulance Mobile Clinic Hospital Schools Water supply to communities Access roads to villages Hospital renovations Chitima Water Project
  33. 33. 33 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Social Investment – To improve communities development
  34. 34. 34 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Social Investment – To improve communities development
  35. 35. 35 Copyright © 2012 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd. Social Investment
  36. 36. Environmental Friendly Trees Plantation  2 nos Truck mounted Tree Transplanter Machine at site  Improved technology without damaging the existing trees
  37. 37. Towards Production and Export
  38. 38. Production of Coal Production Plan is for 10 milion tons of capacity(over 5 years), and with infraestruture availability we could go up to 20 milion tons capacity. (Thermal Coal and Cooking Coal) Year 2013, the company plans to produce and ship about 1(one) million ton of coking and thermal coal.
  39. 39. Exporting the Coal to other Markets We exported over 100,000 tons of coal via Port of Beira to the Asian continent – 1Mtpa till Dec13 We expect to double export levels as soon as we improve coal transportation facilities. It is certainly the intention of the company that the desired levels of export of high quality coal to be made ​​later this year.
  40. 40. Way Forward Mozambique established as world’s new source of metallurgical coal in thick seams and considered potentially to have one of the largest coal reserves in Africa – over 30 billion ton. • Power Plant set up – targeted to be completed in next 22 months • To support the GoM initiatives and to participate in joint private developments on feasible and sustainable infrastructure developments under the scope of the socio economical development of the country • Building capacity in Mozambique 40Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  41. 41. Conclusion Despite the issue of infrastructure bottlenecks, Mozambique remains a long term solution to the coking coal market with export potential of > 15 Mt of coking coal by 2015 Infrastructure lags and opportunity for Infrastructure build-up with collaboration of government, investors and independent companies working together.
  42. 42. 42 Key to success …… Infrastructure build-up can happen quickly with collaboration of government, investors and miners working together without changing priorities and plan-Open access approach The public sector and private sector need to work in conjunction to build A better Mozambique for everyone. ! Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  43. 43. Muito Obrigado PELA ATENÇÃO! Copyright © 2013 Jindal Africa (Pty) Ltd.
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