Mozambique’s Moatize Coal Basin - David Hunter, Mott McDonald

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Mozambique’s Moatize Coal Basin
Speaker: David Hunter - Project Director, Mott MacDonald

Mining On Top: Africa - London Summit
24-26 June 2014 | London

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  • Levels of dependency
    Facts
    Assumptions
  • Mine
    Product characteristics
    Production ramp-up
    Maximum throughput

    Existing capacity
    Planned infrastructure developments
    Port / local market connectivity
    Port
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  • Mozambique’s Moatize Coal Basin - David Hunter, Mott McDonald

    1. 1. Getting to the Market: A Transport Infrastructure View Mozambique’s Moatize Coal Basin 24 June 2014
    2. 2.  Project location – Tete province in Mozambique – Prospective final market destinations  India  China  Europe  Challenge: market access at a competitive price with service reliability  Historic starting position – Road link to rail terminal at Moatize  Congested and weight restricted road bridge – Rail line to the port of Beira  6Mtpa capacity limit – rehabilitation required – Beira port infrastructure  Redundant coal terminal  Tidal port  Restrictive marine channel Background Moatize Coal Basin 0 10 20 30 40 50 2010 2013 2016 Client Other Mining Concessions Total CHINDE
    3. 3. Facilitating Decision Making Key Performance Expectations  Stakeholders – public and private – Client – Rail and port organization – CFM – Local, regional and national government – Community and environment  Clarification of the stakeholder needs  Risks – Level of dependency – Consequence – Communication
    4. 4. Transport Infrastructure Operations Hinterland Transport Port Global Market Systems View Connecting stranded assets to markets Land-side infrastructure Marine-side infrastructure Integrated port operations Mine infrastructure Processes & operations Shipping Coastal Deepsea Parcel size Flow Speed Connectivity
    5. 5. Alternative modes and logistics strategies Barging Road Mine Nacala Conveyor Multi-modal Rail Beira* Maputo Capesize Panamax Handymax * – Option for offshore transhipment Chinde
    6. 6. System Integration Alternative modes and logistics strategies 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 2010 2013 2016 Client Other Mining Concessions Total Production Ramp-up Unit Capacity 3Mtpa 16Mtpa 40Mtpa Existing road (Vehicles per day) 40t 250 1334 3334 Prospective road (vehicles per day) 100t 100 534 1334 Existing rail (Vehicles per day) 2,700t 4 20 50 Prospective rail (Vehicles per day) 25,000t 0.5 2 6 60,000t 50 267 667 80,000t 37.5 200 500 200,000t 15 80 200 * – Annual number of ships * * *
    7. 7. OR  Beira solution – Existing Sena line refurbished – Existing Beira port coal terminal – refurbished – Existing Beira port – offshore transhipment – Prospective Beira port – new coal terminal – New Savane offshore terminal  Nacala solution – New and refurbished cape gauge via Malawi – New standard gauge in country – New deep water coal terminal  Other options – Barging down the Zambezi to Chinde – offshore transhipment – New and refurbished rail line to Macuse – new port development Tailored solutions to meet supply chain needs
    8. 8. www.mottmac.com Themba Muchaneta – Africa Advisory Division Infrastructure Planning E: Themba.Muchaneta@mottmac.com T: +27 (0) 11 566 8300 M: +27 (0) 79 246 6680 David Hunter – Africa Advisory Division Infrastructure Planning E: David.Hunter@mottmac.com T: +27 (0) 11 566 8479 M: +27 (0) 76 028 1356
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