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Milton von-hesse - inPERU

  1. 1. PERU: INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES INMINING, ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTUREMilton von Hesse La SernaExecutive Director
  2. 2. 2. Peru: A country with mining and energy potential3. Projects portfolio: 2012 - 20131. Peru: An attractive investment destinationINDEX
  3. 3. PERU: AN ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENTDESTINATION
  4. 4. PROINVERSIÓN is a public agency, under the scope of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. It is self-governed intechnical, functional, administrative and budgetary matters.199619911991-2002 Comission for the Promotion of Private Investment(COPRI) and Special Committees / Leg. Decree N°674 – Law on thePromotion of Private Investment in State-owned Companies1998 20022002 – to date PROINVERSIÓNExecutive Division FOPRI + COPRI + NationalCommission of Foreign Investment and Technology(CONITE) + Management of Economic Promotion ofthe Comission for the Promotion of Peru –PROMPERÚ / Supreme Decree 027-2002-PCM1996-1998Comission forthe Promotionof PrivateConcessions–PROMCEPRIand SpecialCommitteesSupremeDecree 059-96– PCMConcessionsSingle RevisedTextPROMCEPRI dutiestransferred toCOPRI / UrgencyDecree N°025-98Agenciespromotingprivateinvestment2008Legislative Decree1012 – FrameworkLaw for PPPPROINVERSION
  5. 5. PROINVERSION’S EXPERIENCESince 1991, COPRI (former commission for privatizations) and to date Proinversion, havecarried out 381 projects achieving US$ 35 billion in investment commitments.US$ 35 billion in investments for national developmentModality N° of processTransactions in US$ million(VAT not included)Estimated Investment in US$million (VAT not included)Privatizations 267 9,591 20,858Concessions 66 648 12,989Transfer options 23 23 438Capitalizations 4 897 -Private initiative 7 22 344FITELs projects 11 - -Other modalities 3 178 247Total 381 11,359 35,040
  6. 6. Inflation(annual % variation )MACROECONOMIC OVERVIEWGDP real(annual % variation )Outstanding macroeconomic performance over the last 10 years5.04.05.06.87.78.99.80.98.86.90.02.04.06.08.010.012.020022003200420052006200720082009201020111.52.53.51.5 1.13.96.70.22.14.70.01.02.03.04.05.06.07.02002200320042005200620072008200920102011Source: Central Reserve Bank ofPeru - BCRP.8.4 9.2 10.512.315.119.527.322.429.534.6051015202530352002200320042005200620072008200920102011Private investment(US$ billion)
  7. 7. A FUTURE PERSPECTIVESource: IMF, Central Reserve Bank of Peru - BCRP.3.03.43.74.34.74.86.0VenezuelaMexicoArgentinaBrazilChileColombiaPeruGDP World and Peru(variation % real)Peru will continue leading regional growth for the next yearsForecast - LATAM: Real GDP 2012-2014(Average annual % variation)Source: IMF, Central Reserve Bank of Peru - BCRP.4.0 4.01.5-2.34.03.03.23.6 3.9 4.07.78.99.80.98.86.9 5.66.0 6.0 6.0-4.0-2.00.02.04.06.08.010.012.02006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015*Mundo Perúworld Peru
  8. 8. Country S&P Fitch Moody sChile A+ A+ Aa3Mexico BBB BBB Baa1Brazil BBB- BBB Baa2Peru BBB BBB Baa3Colombia BBB- BBB- Baa3Bolivia B+ B+ B1Venezuela B+ B+ B2Argentina B B B3Ecuador B- B- Caa2The responsible economic policy granted Peru the investment grade and investors’ confidenceINTERNATIONAL CONFIDENCE RECOGNITIONInvestment gradeLatin American benchmarkingSource: Standard & Poor`s, Fitch Ratings and Moody´s.Updated to March 2, 2012Country1 Chile2 Peru3 Uruguay4 Colombia5 Brazil6 Paraguay7 Argentina8 Ecuador9 Bolivia10 VenezuelaSource: Annual ranking of top economies for business 2011, ForbesmagazinePeru ranks second in the list of the best placesfor doing business in Latin America
  9. 9.  Non discriminatory treatment: Foreign investors receive the same treatment as localinvestors. Unrestrictive access to most economic sectors *. Free transfer of capital. Free competition. Guarantee for Private Property. Freedom to purchase stocks from locals. Freedom to access internal and external credit. Freedom to pay royalties. Network of investments agreements and member of ICSID and MIGA. Peru participates in the Investment Committee of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – It promotes the implementation of the Guidelines forMultinational Enterprises.*Investments that require authorization: Located within 50 km in the frontier line and those destined to arms, ammunitions and explosive. Likewise, aprincipal local partner for investments in maritimecabotage as well as in air transport is required.FRIENDLY INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENTPeru offers a favorable legal framework for foreign investment …
  10. 10. PERU: A COUNTRY WITH MININGAND ENERGY POTENTIAL
  11. 11. Peru promotes private investments to foster competitiveness and sustainabledevelopment by encouraging PPP in infrastructure projects as well asinvestments that make possible the country reaches its productivedevelopmentPERU
  12. 12. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN A WIDERANGE OF ACTIVITIES
  13. 13. PERU: A MINING COUNTRYSource: U.S.Geological Survey-USGS – Report 2012MetalSouth AmericarankWorldrankGold 1 6Silver 1 3Zinc 1 3Tin 1 3Lead 1 4Copper 2 2Leader in mining productionMetalWorldrank% WorldreservesGold 8 4%Silver 1 22%Zinc 3 8%Tin 6 6%Lead 4 9%Copper 2 13%Great mining potential to be exploredPeru is leader in mining production and is one of thecountries with the largest reserves of silver, copper, zinc,lead, tin and gold in the world
  14. 14. INVESTMENT WORLD DESTINATION INMINING EXPLORATION 2011Source: Metal Economics Group, 2012In South America, Peru is the second most important destination for exploration after Chile
  15. 15. MINING PROJECTSCopper ProjectsGold ProjectsIron ProjectsThe ongoing mining projects totals anestimated investment for US$53 billionSource: Ministry of Energy and Mines, April 2012Silver Projects
  16. 16. PERU: A COUNTRY WITH ENERGY POTENTIALSource: Ministry of Energy and MinesEnergy resources Total potential(MW)Capacity used(MW)Hydroelectric 70,000 3,118Wind power 22,000 142Biomass 450 27,4Geothermal 3,000 0Peru has a huge potential for energy generationPeru’s energy matrixEnergy production 2011Energy potentialHydrocarbons Proven reserves Probable reservesOil (million of barrels) 582 942Natural gas (billion of cubic feet) 12,462 10,622Oil and gas natural reserves(2010)
  17. 17. Lots with exploitation contractsfor oil operations 2010Lots with exploration contractsfor oil operations 2010HYDROCARBONS OPERATIONSPACIFICOCEANBRAZILSource: Ministry of Energy and Mines.Natural gas projectsOil projectsDynamic private investment in hydrocarbons projects
  18. 18. SOME INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES THATALREADY INVEST IN PERUCanadáSILVERGOLDCanadaUSASouth AfricaCOPPERCanadaMexicoSwitzerlandUSAChina UK - AustraliaSouth AfricaUnited KingdomPHOSPHATEBrazilZINCCanadaPeruBrazilSource: PERUPETRO, Ministry of Energy and Mines.OIL AND NATURAL GAS
  19. 19. PROJECTS PORTFOLIO: 2012-2013
  20. 20. PROJECTS PORTFOLIO: 2012-2013SECTORN°PROJECTSESTIMATEDINVESTMENT/TRANSACTION(US$ MILLION)%Roads 2 3,851 37%Railroad 1 3,000 29%Hydrocarbons 3 1,090 11%Telecommunication 3 718 7%Energy 5 585 6%Agriculture and irrigation 2 503 5%Airports 1 420 4%Ports and Navigability 2 139 1%Sanitation 1 36 0.3%Tourism 1 11 0.1%Culture 1 ---- ----Capital Markets 2 ---- ----Mining 2 ---- ----Total 26 10,352 100%Private investment promotion process 2012 - 201326 projects
  21. 21. PROJECTS PORTFOLIO:2012-2013o Roadso Railroadso Airportso Ports and navigabilityo Energyo Hydrocarbonso Telecommunicationo Tourismo Agriculture and irrigationo Cultureo Sanitationo Miningo Capital markets
  22. 22. PROJECTS PORTFOLIO: 2012-2013
  23. 23. PROJECTS PORTFOLIO: 2012-2013
  24. 24. LIMA AND CALLAO ELECTRIC MASS TRANSPORTATIONSYSTEM- LINE 2 Location: City of Lima. Description: The project traverses 12 districts ofMetropolitan Lima with an extension around 35 km fromthe initial point in Ate to the final point in Callao.It also comprises financing, design, construction,operation, provision of electromechanical equipment androlling material, and maintenance of the line.• Estimated investment: US$ 3,000 million.• Concession term: To be defined• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Current status: The pre-investment studies are underelaboration and then the call for tender will be made. Award date: IV Quarter 2013TO BE CALLEDELECTRIC MASS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM NETWORKLine 1 (South – North)From Villa El Salvador to San Juan deLuriganchoLine 2 (East – West)From Ate Vitarte to CallaoLine 3 (South – North)From Santiago de Surco to CarabaylloLine 4 (East –West)From Ate Vitarte to CallaoLine 5 (South – North)From Chorrillos to Miraflores
  25. 25.  Location: Departments of Arequipa, Moquegua andTacna.Description: Concession to build, operate and transfersections: Dt. Quilca – Dt. Arequipa; Dt. Matarani – Dt.Moquegua; Dt. Ilo – Tacna – La Concordia. It will havean estimated length of 430 km and will be part ofPanamericana Sur highway: Ica – border with Chile.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$50.8 million approximately.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid.Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 25 years. Current status: The final version of the contract ispublished on Proinversión’s web site and waiting foropinion by MTC, MEF and OSITRAN. Award date: III Quarter 2012.PANAMERICANA SUR HIGHWAY: ICA – BORDER WITH CHILE:SECTION DT. QUILCA – DT. AREQUIPA; DT. MATARANI – DT.MOQUEGUA; DT. ILO – TACNA – LA CONCORDIALA CONCORDIATACNADV. ILODV. MOQUEGUADV. AREQUIPADV. MATARANIDV. QUILCAAREQUIPAMOQUEGUATACNATHE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  26. 26. TO BE CALLED Description: Concessions for building roads by sectionsestablished by the MTC to interconnect Peruvian townsand cities.Likewise, these roads will allow to lay pipelines alongthem for the installation of optical fiber.• Estimated investment (VAT included): US$3,800million (approximately)• Concession term: To be defined.• Current status: Under evaluation by the Ministry ofTransport and Communication –MTC, Ministry ofEconomy and Finance – MEF and Proinversion. Award date: As from 2013ROAD CONCESSIONS ** Road section projects established by the MTC part of Longitudinal de la Sierra and Longitudinal de la Selva, IIRSA Centro amongothers are included.
  27. 27. NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OF CHINCHERO –CUSCO Location: District of Chinchero, Province of Urubamba,Department of Cusco. Description: Concession to design, build, finance, manage,operate, maintain and exploit the new internationalairport of Chinchero – Cusco.• Estimated investment (VAT included): US$ 420million• Type of concession: Comprehensive Project Bid.• Concession term: 40 years Current status: The scheme project is under evaluation. Award date: As from 2013.THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  28. 28. GENERAL SAN MARTÍN PORT TERMINAL (PISCO) Location: District of Paracas, province of Pisco, region ofIca, 220km from Callao port. Description: Concession to design, build, finance, maintainand operate the General San Martín port terminal. Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 93.20million. Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustained. Concession term: 30 years. Current status: Promotion plan and reformulated TenderDocuments were approved. Award date: I Quarter 2013THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  29. 29. PACIFICOCEANUPGRADING AND MAINTENANCE OF NAVIGABILITYCONDITIONS OF RIVERS HUALLAGA, UCAYALI,MARAÑON AND AMAZONAS Location: Rivers Huallaga, Ucayali, Marañón andAmazonas (Department of Loreto and Ucayali) Description: Development of dredging works, andsignposting in order to assure the navigability andtherefore the traffic between the port terminals ofYurimaguas, Pucallpa and Iquitos. Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid.Co-financed.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 45.8million Current Status: The final report of feasibility study isunder evaluation. Award date: II Quarter 2013.TO BE CALLED
  30. 30. MASS USE OF NATURAL GAS NATIONWIDETO BE CALLEDPACIFICOCEAN Cities to be supplied : Trujillo, Chimbote, Huaraz, Arequipa,Moquegua, Ilo, Tacna, Cusco, Quillabamba, Juliaca, Puno,Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Abancay, Chiclayo, Lambayeque,Cajamarca, Huancayo, La Oroya, and Tarma. These cities will begrouped for concession purpose. Description: The distribution system of natural gas includes: Land or sea transport of liquid or compressed natural gasfrom the gas liquefaction plant Pampa Melchorita —170km south of Lima— to cities to be supplied. Re gasification in the borders of the above-mentionedcities. Supply of natural gas to final users through gas pipelines.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 600 million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 20 years.• Competition factor: Commitment of the largest number ofusers connected. Current status: Technical studies are being carried out. Thecommitment of liquid gas supply between the State and Repsolis pending to be signed. Award date: IV Quarter 2012Brazil
  31. 31.  Location: Southern zone of Lima Description: Concession to design, finance, operate, and maintain theLPG transport system from the producer facilities (Pisco) to Limaprovince border.The project includes:• A pipe of 250 km approximately from Pisco to a terminal locatedbetween Lurín and Conchán. Initial transportation of 1,000 tonnesof LPG daily is estimated.• A storage and service terminal to be placed between Lurín andConchán.• Pumping station, measurement equipment, valve, pig traps andcommunication equipments.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 90 million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 20 years plus the construction period (28months).• Competition factor: The lowest service cost. Current status: The Tender Documents and the contract first versionare published on Proinversión’s web site. Award date: IV Quarter 2012SUPPLY SYSTEM OF LPG FOR LIMA AND CALLAOTHE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  32. 32.  Location: Province of Cañete, Department of Lima. Description: Concession to design, finance, build, operate andmaintain a supply system that will allow to have a reserve ofliquid natural gas produced at the gas liquefaction plant ofPampa Melchorita - 170 km south of Lima - and re gasify it foremergency periods. The reserve will be used, if necessary, mainlyto supply thermal plants located in Chilca - 64 km south of Lima.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 400 million.• Concession term: 30 years.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Competition factor: The lowest service cost. Current status: The financing scheme and Tender Documents areto be defined . Award date: IV Quarter 2012LNG SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR DOMESTIC MARKETTO BE CALLED
  33. 33. PucallpaPuertoMaldonadoSTAND-BY RESERVE: 35-40 MW PUCALLPA PLANT AND15 -18 MW PUERTO MALDONADO PLANT Location : Departments of Ucayali and Madre de Dios. Description: Concession of the power and energy supply tonational grid as a Stand-by reserve to ensure supply inemergency periods.To guarantee supply, the design, financing, constructionoperation and maintenance of two new thermoelectric powerstations to be located in Pucallpa (35 -40 MW) and PuertoMaldonado (15 - 18 MW) is expected.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 55million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 20 years plus the construction period(24 months).• Competition factor: The lowest remuneration per poweroffered. Current status: There are three short-listed bidders: CobraInstalaciones y Servicios S.A., Consorcio Energias del Perú, andConsorcio Servicios Integrales de Energía. Award date: 05.10.2012PACIFICOCEANTHE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  34. 34. 220 kW CARHUAQUERO - CAJAMARCA NORTE CACLIC -MOYOBAMBA TRANSMISSION LINE Location: Departments of Lambayeque, Cajamarca, Amazonasand San Martin. Description: Concession to design, finance, build, operate andmaintain the line to increase the transmission capacity ofelectric power to the northern area of the country. It will have400 km length and will supply power of 220 MVA through asingle circuit.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 130million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 30 years plus the construction period(38 months).• Competition factor: The lowest cost of total service. Current status: The Tender Documents and contract seconddraft are published on Proinversión’s web site. Award date: III Quarter 2012THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADEPACIFICOCEANBRAZIL
  35. 35.  Location: Department of Cusco Description: Concession to design, finance, build, operate andmaintain the line to increase the transmission capacity ofelectric power to the southern area of the country, andreinforce the bidirectional connection between the subsystemsof the area and allow the future connection of new chargesand/or electric power plants.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 70million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self -sustaining.• Concession term: 30 years plus the construction period(38 months).• Competition factor: The lowest cost of total service. Current status: The Tender Documents are published onProinversión’s web site. Deadline to submit a short-listing request: May 25, 2012. Award date: III Quarter 2012.220 kW MACHU PICCHU – QUENCORO - ONOCORA -TINTAYA TRANSMISSION LINETHE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADEPACIFICOCEANBRAZIL
  36. 36. MoyobambaIquitos220 kW MOYOBAMBA – IQUITOS TRANSMISSIONLINE Location: Departments of Loreto and San Martín. Description: Concession to design, finance, build, operate andmaintain the line which length is 600 km approximately, toincrease the electricity transmission capacity to the eastern zoneof Peru (Departments of Loreto and San Martin) and interconnectthe electricity systems in these departments with the NationalGrid.• Estimated Investment (VAT not included): US$ 330 million.• Type of concession: Comprehensive Project Bid. Selfsustaining.• Concession term: 30 years plus the construction period (52months).• Competition factor: The lowest service total cost. Current Status: Tender Documents and the contract first versionare published on Proinversión’s web site. Deadline to submit a short-listing request: June 28, 2012. Award date: IV Quarter 2012.THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADEPACIFICOCEAN
  37. 37. PACIFICOCEANBRAZILENERGYSUPPLY TOTHE CITYOF IQUITOS70MWIquitos Location: Department of Iquitos. Description: Concession of the supply of power and energy tothe national grid. In its first stage, it will run based on a regularsupply that will end once the operation of Moyobamba – Iquitostransmission line begins. In the second stage, the supply will beas a stand-by reserve. The design, financing, construction,operation and maintenance of new thermoelectric powerstations to be placed in Iquitos (70 MW) are considered.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): To be defined.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Concession term: 20 years plus the construction period (24months).• Competition factor: The lowest payment offered per power,once the plant operates as stand-by reserve. Current status: The promotion plan has been approved and theTender Documents and contract draft are under elaboration. Award date: IV Quarter 2012.TO BE CALLED
  38. 38. 899-915 MHZ AND 944 - 960 MHZ BAND IN LIMA ANDCALLAO AND 902 - 915 MHZ AND 947 - 960 MHZ BAND FORTHE REST OF THE COUNTRY Location: Nationwide. Description: The project involves the selection of atelecommunication operator that will render mobiletelecommunications services in 899-915 MHz and 944-960 MHz Bands in the province of Lima and the constitutionalprovince of Callao and 902-915 MHz and 947-960 MHz Bands for therest of the country.These Bands of data and voice communication will increase themobile telephony coverage in areas of low penetration and willfoster competition in our country.• Estimated Investment ( VAT not included): US$ 297.7 million• Concession term: 20 years, renewable.• Type of concession: Special public bid. Self-sustaining.• Competition factor: The best economic offer. Current status: The Tender Documents and the contract first versionare published on Proinversión’s web site. There are two short-listingbidders. Award date: III Quarter 2012.THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  39. 39. 1710-1770 MHZ AND 2110-2170 MHZ BANDNATIONWIDE Location: Nationwide Description: The project involves the selection oftelecommunication operators that will be in charge of providingPublic Telecommunication Services in Blocks A and B of the 1710-1770 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz bands. The same bidder will not beawarded both bands blocks.The band technical specifications make possible to provideadvanced wireless services (mobile broadband, voicecommunication, new applications, high-speed and high-capacityinteractive and multimedia services )• Estimated investment: To be defined.• Concession term: 20 years, renewable.• Type of concession: Special public bid - Self-sustaining.• Competition factor: Best economic offer. Current status: The Tender documents are published onProinversión’s web site. Award date: IV Quarter 2012.THE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  40. 40. NATIONAL OPTICAL FIBER BACKBONE NETWORK Location: Nationwide. Over 10,000 km of optical fiber will bedeveloped. Description: The goal of the project is to globalize a broadband inPeru through the installation of optical fiber in the Capital of 195Provinces of the country.The backbone network will be owned by the Peruvian State.It will be operated by a neutral operator, withoutdiscriminating the companies that require the service. Charges,quality and permanence will be controlled. The bidders maychoose the best routes in order toimprove their technical proposals (support network: pole,energy networks, etc) and economic proposals (the lowest co-financing). Estimated investment (VAT included): US$ 420 million Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Co-financed byMTC. Competition factor: The lowest financial contribution requestedto MTC. Current status: Under formulation stage by the MTC: pre-investment studies. Award date: IV Quarter 2013.TO BE CALLEDPacificOcean
  41. 41. CHAVIMOCHIC IRRIGATION PROJECT Location: Department of La Libertad (Province of Virú, Trujillo andAscope) Description: The project involves the complementation of Chavimochicproject in order to include 50,000 ha of new lands and improve theirrigation system of other 50,000 ha in the valley and inter valleys ofChao, Virú, Moche and Chicama.1) The III Stage involves the construction of the following works:a) Reservoir of 370 cubic meter capacity in the PaloRedondo sector,b) Third line of Virú siphon;c) Moche-Chicama canal of 115 km length.d) Automation and improvement of the Main Canal2) The operation and maintenance of the entire system (I, II and IIIstage)3) Water supply services for energy and irrigation purposes, as well aspeople’s needs.The public investment already made in the first and second stagetotaled US$ 950 million.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 498.8 million (IIIStage works)• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Co- financed. Current status: Feasibility assessment to be concluded. Award date: I Quarter 2013TO BE CALLED
  42. 42. MAJES-SIGUAS PROJECTLAND SALE OF 1000 Ha LOCATED IN MAJES I Location: Department of Arequipa, province of Caylloma. Description: Sale of 02 plots of untilled lands of 500 haeach, with water right of up to 13,500 m3/ha/year.The plots are located in the lower area of Pampa deMajes, sector with unbeatable climatic conditions, andnear to Arequipa city and Matarani port.The Award grants to the respective awardees the right toexercise the Option to Purchase another contiguous lot ofsimilar extension, on condition to obtain water fromMajes irrigation surpluses (valid for up to 03 years)• Referential base price: US$ 4,000/ha• Estimated transaction (VAT not included): US$ 4.2million.• Type of concession: Public Auction. Award date: II Quarter 2013POR CONVOCARArequipaMajes-SiguasprojectTHE CALL FORTENDER WAS MADE
  43. 43. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, REHABILITATIONAND IMPROVEMENT OF 16 SEDAPAL WWTP Location: Districts of Lima where the sixteen (16) WWTP arelocated. Description: The project involves the operation, maintenance,renovation and improvement of sixteen (16) SEDAPAL wastewater treatment plants.The project involves:•Investments to improve the WWTP design capacity incompliance with the legislation in force.•At present, the sixteen WWTP treat a flow of 2.5 m3/sand it is expected to reach 4 m3/s by the fourth year ofconcession.• Estimated investment (VAT not included): US$ 35.6million• Concession term: 20 years.• Type of concession: Comprehensive project bid. Self-sustaining.• Competition factor: The lowest price rate per cubic meterof treated waste water. Award date: II Quarter 2013.POR CONVOCARPRIVATE INITIATIVEON PROCESS
  44. 44. KUELAP CABLE CAR Location: District of Tingo, province of Luya, department ofAmazonas. Description: Concession to design, finance, build, equip andoperate the cable cars system for a fast and modern accessroute to Kuelap Fortress.The cable cars route will be 4,400 meters in order toovercome the distance of 965 meters between Tingo localityand Kuelap fortress.• Estimated investment (VAT included): US$ 10.6 million• Concession period: 20 – 30 years.• Type of concession: Comprehensive Project• Current status: The feasibility study of the project hasbeen updated. Currently administrative papers of landsdestined to stations and services are being arranged. Theservice concession scheme is also under evaluation. Award date: II Quarter 2013.TO BE CALLED
  45. 45.  Location: At the intersection of two of the most important avenues ofLima (Javier Prado and Aviacion avenues) in the district of San Borja,province and department of Lima. The NGT, the National Library of Peruand the National Museum will constitute “The Cultural Axis of Lima” . Description: Private- Public Partnership that includes the management ofthe Theater, with participation of private investment in order to providehigh quality performance for which it was designed, built andimplemented.Main characteristics• The NGT has a capacity of 1500 persons and counts with 7 floors and4 basements.• The stage measures 60 meters deep, one of the largest worldwide.• The orchestra pit will include mobile platform and high technology,not found in local theaters.• Adaptable state-of-the-art sound system for any type of shows.Mobile stages to perform up to 3 shows in the same day.Watch video of NGT (youtube)• Estimated O&M costs (20 years): US$ 95 million. Current status: Tender Documents are under elaboration to make thecall. Award date: III Quarter 2012.MANAGEMENT OF THE NATIONAL GRANDTHEATER - NGTPlayLobitosTO BE CALLED
  46. 46. HUAYDAY AMBARA MINING PROSPECT Location: District of Lucma, rural community ofLucma, province of Gran Chimú, department of LaLibertad. Description: The project involves the concession of a totalarea of 3,000 ha. The land presents a coal prospect withgold exploration potential in the influence area.The existing coal layer is classified as “clean anthracite”that can be used in steel and concrete productionprocesses, and foundries for its high calorific value (overthan 8.000 kcal). The potential for coal to be extracted is2,3 billion of MT, which 1,23 million of MT (53%) areinferred resources. The estimated annual production is66.000 MT and the mine life is at least of 20 years.• Estimated investment: To be defined.• Type of concession: Contract of transfer option. Award date: IV Quarter 2012.TO BE CALLEDLUCMALA LIBERTAD
  47. 47. CONCESSION OF REMAINING MICHIQUILLAYPROJECT Location: District of Encañada – Community of Michiquillay,province of Cajamarca, department of Cajamarca, 47 kmnorth east of Cajamarca; and 908 km from Lima. Description: The project involves the transfer to the privatesector of two remaining deposits of Michiquillay of 14, 927ha.These deposits have limestone reserves, in three differentgeological formation, with over 15 billion MT.The limestone quality is good reaching over 97% ofCaCO3 with low content of impurity mainly SiO2,Al2O3,Fe2O3, MgO and others. Due to its strategic location nearto Yanacocha mine and other gold and copperprojects, the prospect will also permit theexploration of these metals.• Estimated investment: To be defined• Type of concession: Contract of Transfer Option. Award date: II Quarter 2013.TO BE CALLEDCAJAMARCA
  48. 48. SECTOR/ PROJECT CURRENT STATUSESTIMATED INVESTMENTUS$ MILLIONESTIMATED AWARDDATE1.- Sale of shares held by FONAFE(Xtrata Las Bambas, Telefonica S.A.,Clinica Internacional, Norsac, Telefonicadel Peru S.A.A. and Xtrata Tintayacompanies)To be called Auction III Quarter 20122. Sale of shares of Cayalti, Pomalca andTumanUnder process – Law29288Not applicable – Directsale to workersMay 2012CAPITAL MARKETS PROJECTS PORTFOLIO
  49. 49. contact@proinversion.gob.pewww.proinversion.gob.pe

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