Achievements and
Future Developments
INNER HARBOUR
Historic and Projected Growth
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 20...
Port Records and Achievements
1 Million Tonnes on a Tide: 1,059,740t (15 Jan 2013)
Single Largest Ship: Abigail N – 297,43...
Inner Harbour Master Plan
Tug Haven
● Thenewtughavenwillbelocatedattheharbourentrance.
● 22RotorTugs,self-containedmaintenance,fuelsupplyand
adminis...
GENERAL CARGO
Existing Berths at Capacity
Non Iron Ore Trade Growth
• General cargo activity linked to exports – Department of
Transport estimates this at 1 – 1.5% ...
Channel Capacity
18.3m
14.3m
A & B Class Tide Sailings
C Class
Non Tide
Constrained
Sailings
A & B Class Entry - Empty
The...
 Dredging to 12mCD
 2milllion m3 onshore
 1750m of dredge bunds
 1100m rock cored (offshore)
 650m grits spoil (onsho...
Pilbara Fabrication Services Common User
Facility (PFSCUF) at Lumsden Estate
• Total estate approx 140 hectares
• Mix of l...
Outer Harbour Background
Outer Harbour Development
Conceptual Plan
(Fatal Flaw Analysis - 2009)
Updated Outer Harbour Conc...
Trade Forecast Review
Non-Iron Ore BIE
Iron Ore
Port Infrastructure Needs Analysis
Staged Development
Smaller Vessel Harbour – Finucane Island
Technology Developments and Safety
• Moved to larger shallow draft vessels, resulting in 507,000t
in two vessels.
• Live t...
Lumsden Point
Wedgefield Industrial Estate
Finucane Island - BHPB
Utah Point - PHPA
Harriet Point - BHPB
< Harbour Entranc...
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Roger Johnston, Chief Executive Officer, Port Hedland Port Authority delivered this presentation at the Mining the Pilbara 2013 conference. The conference aims to promote the sustainable development of mineral resources and the Pilbara region.

For more information, visit http://www.informa.com.au/miningthepilbara

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Roger Johnston, Port Hedland Port Authority - Port Hedland Port Authority achievements and future developments

  1. 1. Achievements and Future Developments
  2. 2. INNER HARBOUR Historic and Projected Growth 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Millions 3 4 5 6 9 12 13 16 4
  3. 3. Port Records and Achievements 1 Million Tonnes on a Tide: 1,059,740t (15 Jan 2013) Single Largest Ship: Abigail N – 297,430 dwt Single Largest Shipment: PSU Seventh – 256,450t Biggest Tonnage Month: May 2013 – 28.7Mt Dredging: 2006 – 2012: 26M3
  4. 4. Inner Harbour Master Plan
  5. 5. Tug Haven ● Thenewtughavenwillbelocatedattheharbourentrance. ● 22RotorTugs,self-containedmaintenance,fuelsupplyand administrationincycloneratedfacility.
  6. 6. GENERAL CARGO Existing Berths at Capacity
  7. 7. Non Iron Ore Trade Growth • General cargo activity linked to exports – Department of Transport estimates this at 1 – 1.5% of throughput. • Cargo forecast, including general cargo, to grow from 4.9mtpa in 2011/12 to 9.2mtpa 2016/17. • Capacity of 6.3-6.5mtpa at existing berths to be reached in 2012/13. • Significant congestion of the berths expected beyond this timeframe. • Growth in export berths has not been matched by growth in general cargo berths.
  8. 8. Channel Capacity 18.3m 14.3m A & B Class Tide Sailings C Class Non Tide Constrained Sailings A & B Class Entry - Empty Theoretical Channel Capacity based on a 6 Cape Size Vessel per tide configuration: 4380 number of Slots Calculated as follows: 365 days x 2 Tides x 6 vessels per tide 4 Hrs4 Hrs PM Peak AM Peak 24 Hrs AM Peak
  9. 9.  Dredging to 12mCD  2milllion m3 onshore  1750m of dredge bunds  1100m rock cored (offshore)  650m grits spoil (onshore)  430m Wharf Deck  Steel pile  Precast Concrete Deck  2.7 km Access Road  Main Roads Standard  High Wide Loads  Direct link to GNH  Utilities  Power  Water  Comms Lumsden Project
  10. 10. Pilbara Fabrication Services Common User Facility (PFSCUF) at Lumsden Estate • Total estate approx 140 hectares • Mix of light and medium industries to support port and offshore activities. • Cargo wharves and PFSCUF co-located at Lumsden. • Direct access to Great Northern Highway realignment. • Developed in stages to meet industry demand. • Pre Assembled Modules (PAMs) access road for Boodarie .
  11. 11. Outer Harbour Background Outer Harbour Development Conceptual Plan (Fatal Flaw Analysis - 2009) Updated Outer Harbour Concept Plan (2009 –Present)
  12. 12. Trade Forecast Review Non-Iron Ore BIE Iron Ore
  13. 13. Port Infrastructure Needs Analysis
  14. 14. Staged Development
  15. 15. Smaller Vessel Harbour – Finucane Island
  16. 16. Technology Developments and Safety • Moved to larger shallow draft vessels, resulting in 507,000t in two vessels. • Live tidal monitoring feed to Dynamic Underkeel Clearance (DUKC) – improving draft loading. • Upgraded DUKC system. • Upgraded Klein Scheduling capability. • Better towage allocations • Replacing Navigations Aids with new easier fit and easily maintained beacons.
  17. 17. Lumsden Point Wedgefield Industrial Estate Finucane Island - BHPB Utah Point - PHPA Harriet Point - BHPB < Harbour Entrance Boodarie Stockyards > Boodarie Indust Estate > Nelson Point - BHPB Anderson Point - FMG Port Hedland Airport < PHPA Berths

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