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Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland
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Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Facilitating Trade at Port Hedland

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Roger Johnston, CEO, Port Hedland Port Authority delivered this presentation the 2014 AJM Global Iron Ore & Steel Forecast Conference and Exhibition. …

Roger Johnston, CEO, Port Hedland Port Authority delivered this presentation the 2014 AJM Global Iron Ore & Steel Forecast Conference and Exhibition.

The annual AJM Global Iron Ore and Steel Conference is the world's largest gathering of iron ore and steel executives. Over the past 16 years thousands of industry personnel have attended, recognising it as the conference that delivers vital information on the status of the global iron ore and steel sectors.

For more information, visit http://www.globalironore.com.au/home

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  • 1. Facilitating trade growth and optimising operations at Port Hedland
  • 2. Port Hedland - Historical trade growth • 2012 -13 throughput 288.4Mt (280.2Mt iron ore)  forecasting 340+Mt in 2013 -14 (half year = 173Mt) • Average 20% annual growth 2009 - 2014 • 4140 vessel movements in 2012 -13  forecasting 4800+ movements in 2013 -14 • WA produces over one quarter of the world’s iron ore (26% in 2012). WA export volumes account for 42% of global shipments once domestic use is taken out • Port Hedland exports 24% of ALL global iron ore exported by sea  forecasting approx. 27% in 2014
  • 3. Port Hedland - Iron ore export volumes - 100 200 300 400 500 600 All of WA Port Hedland ‘95 ‘96 ‘97 ‘98 ‘99 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ’08 ’09 ‘10 ’11 ‘12 ‘13 ’14 ‘15 ‘16 ‘17 Million tonnes Financial Year
  • 4. Port Hedland - Economic importance • WA mining royalties forecast for 2013 -14 = $5.8B  $3B derived through PH exports • Total value of exports for 2014 FY = $44B * * Iron ore price at $125/tonne
  • 5. Port Hedland – Operational performance Monthly throughput trending upwards - reached 1M tonnes per day by Dec 2013 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 Jan-14 Monthly throughput Million tonnes
  • 6. Port Hedland – Operational performance Progressive growth of tonnes on a tide Single Tide Milestones: • 26 June 2009 (5 cape size) - 841,062 t • 4 June 2012 (5 cape size) - 947,775 t • 18 June 2012 (6 cape size) - 1,040,062 t • 15 January 2013 (6 cape size) - 1,059,740 t • 8 March 2013 (5 cape size) - 1,007,164t • 25 October 2013 (5 cape, 1 panamax) - 1,062,515t • 5 November 2013 (6 cape size) - 1,056,597t • 17 November 2013 (6 cape size) - 1,083,210t • 24 November 2013 (6 cape size) - 1,065,483t • 17 December 2013 (6 cape size) - 1,052, 446t
  • 7. Port Hedland – Operational performance Facilitating larger vessels • Fleet profile moving to larger vessels  WozMax/ PH Max/ PSU Series/ N Series  2009/10: 10% of fleet > 200k DWT, nil > 250k DWT  2013/14: 33% of fleet > 200k DWT, 6% > 250k DWT • Recent DWT milestones at Port Hedland:  4 October 2012 - Daniel N (297,359t)  15 November 2012 - Abigail N (297,430t)  5 November 2013 - Wugang Haoyun (299,385 t)  17 December 2013 - CSB Talent (315,041t)  1 February 2014 - CSB Glory (315,063t)
  • 8. Port Hedland – Operational performance Increased vessel sailing tonnages • Largest single iron ore shipments  15 Nov 2011 - Wugang Innovation (247,906 t)  15 Nov 2012 - Abigail N (254,010 t)  5 Dec 2013 - Hugo N (263,962 t) • Maximum sailing draft  Increased from 19.05m (Abigail N, 15 Nov 2012) to 19.65m (Hugo N, 5 Dec 2013)
  • 9. Operational enhancements at Port Hedland • Provides for minimum 90cm clearance • Upgrades to DUKC system (Series V) Dynamic Under Keel Clearance System Tidal Range: 7m Current: 2-3 knots Depths: 14.8m (IH), 15m -16.6m (channel) • Targeted dredge campaign:  Removal of siltation allowance  High spot dredging in Inner Harbour  Revision of tidal model  Net average benefit = 71cm Specialised Dredging Campaign
  • 10. Operational enhancements at Port Hedland • Increased departure window from 3.5 hours to 4.5 hours - with 30min gaps • Capacity to increase number of vessel departures from 6 to 8 Increased tidal departure window as a result of Port enhancements Increased towage requirements and provisions • On departure, four tugs escort to Hunt Point, three tugs escort to Beacon No. 30/31 • Channel width at Hunt Point = 183m • Nineteen tugs required to manage ≥ 460Mtpa • In 2009: 10 tugs (stern-drive) 2014: 15-16 tugs (8-9 rotor tugs)
  • 11. Future PHPA Initiatives • Channel escape areas - shorter departure windows (30mins  20mins) • 400m survey outside channel (complete) • Real time data feed to Portable Pilot Units (complete) • Improved tidal network & DUKC Series V (complete)  • Significantly improved channel transit management Channel Enhancements
  • 12. Utah Facility - Stockyard 1
  • 13. Utah Multi User Facility 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 1200000 1400000 1600000 1800000 2000000 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Oct-13 Nov-13 Dec-13 Jan-14 Utah Facility monthly throughput tonnes
  • 14. Utah Multi User Facility Optimising out-loading performance: • Cavotec mooring system - optimised berthing times • Stockyard 2 developed - increased throughput • In 2011 the average GLR was 2500 tph,  currently achieving GLR’s of 3,500 tph. Increase in product haulage rate: • 13 July 2013 - 448 quads in 24 hours • 26 Oct 2013 - 500 quads in 24 hours • 31st November - 626 quads in 24 hours
  • 15. Ports Review – Pilbara PortsAuthority Operational Benefits: • Single entity oversight of all shipping across the Pilbara region • Leverage operational capabilities, e.g. Dredge Manager, and engineering oversight Development Benefits: • Single point of contact for proponents • Streamlining of processes, e.g. environmental and DA processes Strategic Objectives Consolidates all ports across (11 in total) the Pilbara region
  • 16. Ports Review – Pilbara PortsAuthority Port Hedland Dampier

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