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  • 1. Government of Gujarat Chemtech & Pharma World Expo, Mumbai Gujarat Chemical, Pharma & Biotech Sector Presentation byIndustries & Mines Department, Government of Gujarat 23rd February 2011
  • 2. Structure of the Presentation 1 Investment Climate in Gujarat 2 Gujarat Chemical & Petrochemical Sector 3 Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region 4 Gujarat Pharma, Biotech & CRO 5 Gujarat - Support Infrastructure 6 Vibrant Gujarat - The Global Business Hub 7 Picture Gallery….. Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 2
  • 3. Investment Climate in Gujarat ► With 16% share in industrial production, Gujarat has only Fast Growing Economy 0.29%* of mandays lost in the country due to labor trouble Strategic Location ► The state is a pioneer in Public Private Partnership in Power, Healthcare, Transport (Ports, Road, Rail and Pipelines), Industrial Parks and Urban Infrastructure Land of Entrepreneurs Leading Companies in Gujarat – Chemicals, Pharma, Biotech Enduring & Strong EconomyStable Regulatory Mechanism World Class Infrastructure 24X7 Power Supply High-level of Urbanization Quality Workforce Proactive & Policy-driven Governance * Socio Economic Review of Gujarat 2009-10; Labour Bureau, GOI Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 3
  • 4. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) A high impact industrial area within 150 km distance on both sides of the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), with an investment potential of US$ 90 billion► Being laid between Delhi and Mumbai, DFC is a new rail transportation system with high axel, multi modal and computerized features► 38% (564 km) of the 1500 km length of DFC will pass through Gujarat► DMIC area to be developed as ‘Global Manufacturing & Trading Hub’ in two phases (6 nodes) – supported by world class infrastructure & enabling policy framework► Expected to triple industrial output in five years► The influence area covers § 62% of total area of Gujarat (18 out of 26 districts) within the influence area § Investment potential for Gujarat is US$ 30 bn (1/3 of total investment potential in DMIC) Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 4
  • 5. DMIC: Proposed Modules in Gujarat Palanpur Mehsana Industrial Area Vadodara-Ankleshwar Industrial Area Bharuch-Dahej Investment Ahmedabad Dholera Region Investment Region Surat Navsari Industrial Area Valsad Umbergaon Industrial Area Dahej PCPIR Proposed Logistic Park Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 5
  • 6. Gujarat’s Chemical Sector State-wise Production of Major Chemicals► The chemical sector accounts for 28% of Gujarat’s net value added in factory sector . 23%► The State accounts for 51% of India’s production of major chemicals; with revenues at over US$ 3 bn. 4% 51% 6%► Gujarat contributes 15% of national chemical exports. 8%► 30% of the state’s fixed capital investment in 8% manufacture is in chemical sector. Gujarat Maharashtra► Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products Uttar Pradesh Tamil Nadu contributes to 1/5 of the total employment in industry. Punjab Other States Source: Gujarat Socio Economic Review 2009-10 Ministry of Chemicals & Petrochemicals Report FY 07 Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 6
  • 7. Gujarat’s Petrochemical Sector► The well diversified chemical industry of Gujarat State-wise Production of Petrochemicals has complete portfolio of chemical products, including petrochemicals and downstream, 13% pharmaceuticals, dyes and intermediates. 10%► Gujarat accounts for 62% of India’s production of major petrochemicals. 15%► The state has 3 cracker complexes at Hazira, 62% Vadodara and Dahej. Another cracker is being built at Dahej by ONGC Petro additions Ltd.► Gujarat accounts for a refining capacity of 86 MMT Gujarat Maharashtra out of the country’s capacity of 177 MMT as on West Bengal Other States 1.4.2009, i.e. 48%. Source: Performance Of Chemical & Petrochemical Industry at a Glance (2001-2007), MOC&F Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 7
  • 8. Gujarat – The Hub for Chemical Industry Largest Chemical Complexes of the world exist In Gujarat Gujarat’s Contribution to India Soda Ash 100% Salt 85% Polymers 56% Ethylene 50% Acetic Acid 50% Caustic Soda 41% Phosphatic Fertilizers 38% Methanol 37% Nitrogenous Fertilizers 20%Rich in Raw Materials► Large production of basic chemicals - caustic soda, caustic potash and chloromethane► Gujarat accounts for 70% of the country’s production of polymers, PE/PP/PVC.► Largest supplier of bio fertilizers, seeds, urea and other fertilizers. Source: Gujarat Socio Economic Review 2009-10, Plastic Association Report Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 8
  • 9. Gujarat has the entire….Chemical Industry Value Chain Storage, Packaging & Distribution Intermediate Functional Value Addition Finished ‘Building Raw Materials Chemical & Intermediate Block’ Synthesis Synthesis Processing By Products Business Support Services Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 9
  • 10. Gujarat has the entire…. Petrochemical Industry Value Chain Upstream ProcessingExploration and Hydrocarbon Refining & Shipping Storage Distribution MarketDevelopment Production Blending Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 10
  • 11. Gujarat has the entire….Petrochemical Industry Value Chain Downstream Processing Natural Gas Cracking ` Intermediate Finished Functional Value Addition Hydrocarbon ‘Building Consumer Feed stocks/ Raw Chemical & Block’ Products Materials Synthesis Synthesis Processing Crude Oil ` Petrochemical Products Fiber Rubber Polymers Plastics Intermediates Chemicals Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 11
  • 12. Downstream Petrochemical Processing inDahej SEZ Importing Rich LNG in C2-C3-C4 Lean LNG cryogenic stage Extraction C2-C3-C4 Extraction Extraction of Ethane Project of Feed LNG supplied by Lean LNG sent back to (C2), Propane (C3) and ONGC Petronet LNG Ltd. Petronet LNG Ltd. Butane (C4) from LNG► ONGC Petro additions Limited (OPaL) is building a dual feed cracker in Dahej SEZ.► OPaL will source 973,000 MTPA feedstock (C2, C3 & C4 cut) from ONGC’s extraction plant and 1.5 MMTPA naphtha from ONGC’s Hazira and Uran operations.► OPaL’s basic polymer units will produce LLDPE, HDPE, Polypropylene and SBR based on the ethylene and propylene generated from the cracker. OPaL to be the first in the world to extract C2+ products from rich LNG in cryogenic stage Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 12
  • 13. Gujarat Petroleum, Chemical andPetrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR)PCPIR is a specifically delineated Investment LocationRegion planned for the establishment of productionfacilities for petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals Dahej in Bharuch district,Location South GujaratArea 453 sq. km.Focus Sector Chemical & Petrochemical Abundance of Natural Resources Quality ServicesInvestment Already Made & Export Promotion Rs.90,000 crore (US$ 20.5 bn) MeasuresCommitted Petroleum Chemical and Petrochemical Investment Region LegalInfrastructure Development Rs.3,200 crore (US$ 727 mn) Framework Well-defined ONGC Petro additions Limited InfrastructureAnchor Tenant (OPaL) PCPIR: Unique Selling Proposition Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 13
  • 14. PCPIR Advantage► Concentration of Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical estates around PCPIR► Rich natural resources and feedstock► All infrastructure - road, rail, port, power, gas, water - in place, with planned up-gradation► Chemical Port and Storage Facility► LNG terminal► PCPIR specific infrastructure - effluent disposal pipelines, solid waste disposal sites► Quality Work Force, Peaceful Labour Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 14
  • 15. PCPIR – Leading Companies Employment Generation ► Existing industrial units have created 13,220 direct & 46,270 indirect employment. ► Additional 30,000 direct & 90,000 indirect jobs will be created in the upcoming units ► Thousands of persons employed in construction activities of industrial units, townships, infrastructural works etc. ► The economic and industrial activities in PCPIR also generate large scale self- employment opportunities. Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 15
  • 16. Chemicals / Petrochemicals Locations8 Chemical Product Clusters 14 Industrial Estates Location Area Jamnagar Location (in hectare) Mehsana Odhav, Ahmedabad 128 Anand Naroda, Ahmedabad 363 Vadodara Vatwa, Ahmedabad 534 Bharuch Nandesari, Vadodara 272 Ahmedabad P.C.C. , Vadodara 666 Bhavanagar Dahej, Bharuch 6131 Valsad Panoli, Bharuch 1037 Jhagadia, Bharuch 1606 Ankleshwar, Bharuch 16123 SEZs Vilayat, Bharuh 1000 Name Area & Status Pandesara, Surat 218 Jubilant Infrastructure Sachin, Choriyasi, Surat 771 160 ha., Notified Ltd., Bharuch Jayant Oil & Derivatives 118 ha., Formally Sarigam & Umergam, 395 Ltd., Vilayat,, Bharuch Approved Valsad Gujarat Hydrocarbon and 450 ha., In-principle Vapi, Valsad 1164 Energy SEZ, Bharuch Approved Source: Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation. Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 16
  • 17. Technical Education InfrastructureChemical Sector► Major academic institutions offering chemical engineering course: Locations of Major Chemical Educational Institutions ► L.D. College of Engg., Ahmedabad ► Nirma University of Science & Technology, Ahmedabad ► Government Engg. College, Valsad Gandhinagar Ahmedabad► 39 engineering colleges offer course in Chemical Vadhvan Nadiad Engineering. Rajkot Vadodara► 49 Polytechnics offer courses in Chemical sector. Bhavnagar Bharuch Prominent ones: Surat ► Govt. Polytechnic, Rajkot Valsad ► K.J. Polytechnic, Bharuch ► Govt. Polytechnic, Valsad Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 17
  • 18. Gujarat : Pharma SectorKey Features Facts Value proposition • 42% of India’s pharma turnover • Cost-competitive research base► Manufacturer of maximum number • 22% of India’s pharma exports • Large and skilled workforce of dosages in India • 5,424 manufacturing licensees • Skills in process chemistry► Manufactures 80% of IV sets • Employs 55,000 people • Presence of pharma clusters produced in India • Large domestic market and Special Economic Zones Gujarat Pharma Industry Enablers Regulatory • Established chemical industry • Product patent regime • Backward linkages • 310 WHO compliant • Well-developed medical equipment manufacturing units industry • GMP compliance of • Well-developed IT capabilities international standards • Well-developed pharma machinery • Government-supported industry and pharma packaging incentives and subsidies • Large number of CROs • Academic and research institutes Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 18
  • 19. Pharma Industry Value Chain Research & Development Clinical Manufacturing Sales Development &Design of Research Pre-clinical Clinical Phase IV Marketing Development API Formulation PackagingMolecule Biology Development Trials Phase I/II/III § Nirma Institute of Pharmacy Education / Research § C U Shah College of Pharmacy & Research Institutes § S R Patel College of Pharma Education & Research § B K Modi Government Pharmacy College Research & Development § Zydus Cadila Healthcare § Torrent Pharmaceuticals § Claris Lifesciences § Dishman Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing § Cadila Pharmaceuticals § Abott Laboratories § Intas Pharmaceutical § Wyeth § Sun Pharma § Jubilant Organosys Marketing & Exports § Lambda Therapeutics § Quintiles Contract Research Organisations § Synchron § B A Research Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 19
  • 20. Biotechnology - Industry Value Chain Integration & MarketingBasic Drug Transportation Product Manufacturing & ServicesResearch Discovery Logistics Development Sales To support the value chain, the State has educational infrastructure across all streams to provide trained manpower Business Areas Manufacturing Marketing Clinical Research Services ► R&D ► Industrial Testing ► Sea Water, Marine Algae Presence across Research ► Environmental value chain Areas ► Agriculture Pharmaceutical ► Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Bioinformatics Blood Collection & Testing Agriculture ► Industrial Marine ► Healthcare Sectors Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 20
  • 21. Pharma & Biotech Clusters Vadodara Cluster Ahmedabad Cluster ü Finished Dosages ü API ü Biogenerics ü Finished dosages ü Biologicals Savli Biotech SEZ ü Contract manufacturing PHARMEZ (Zydus Cadila) PHAEZ (Cadila Pharma) Dishman PHARMA SEZ Ankleshwar Cluster ü API ü Formulations ü Vaccines Bharuch and Vapi/Valsad Cluster ü Finished Dosages ü APISource: KPMG report on Gujarat Pharma Industry J B Chemicals SEZ Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 21
  • 22. Education & Research Institutes Pharma & Biotech► NIPER ► National Research Centre for Medicinal► Gujarat Cancer Research Institute & Aromatics Plants► Directorate of Forensic Science ► National Dairy Development Board► B V Patel PERD Centre ► Gujarat State Fertilizers Corporation► Zydus Research Centre ► Sun Pharma Research Centre► North Gujarat University ► MS University of Vadodara► Department of Biotech, Gujarat ► Anand Agriculture University University ► Genome Research Centre► Nirma Institute of Pharmacy ► Sardar Patel University, Vallabh► CP College of Agriculture Vidhyanagar► Indian Institute of Advanced Research, Gandhinagar► Bioinformatics Institute of India, ► Navsari Agriculture University Ahmedabad Study Centre ► National Research Centre for Groundnut ► Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute Gujarat boasts of one of the oldest ► Department of Life Science, pharmacy colleges, L.M. College of Bhavnagar University Pharmacy, established in 1947 ► Junagarh Agriculture University providing Diploma, Bachelor and ► Department of Bio Science, Masters in Pharmacy Saurashtra University Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 22
  • 23. Key Players in GujaratPharma & Biotech Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 23
  • 24. Contract Research Organizations (CROs)► Gujarat is the preferred destination for off-shoring clinical CRO : Major Players in Gujarat research activities.► Gujarat has 40% of CROs in the country.► Opportunities exist primarily in Phase II to IV trials and BA/BE studies for generic drugs by pharmaceutical companies across the globe► Gujarat provides a large pool of patients and hospitals conducting clinical research at economical cost► A strong base of ancillary services such as bio- informatics and clinical data management, facilitating R&D and other high-end activities.► Major transnational CRO - Quintiles - located in Ahmedabad Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 24
  • 25. Water Management Water Management Measures ► Dams and ReservoirsEnhancing Storage ► Groundwater /Sub- surface Storage ► Water Desalination ► Recycling, Treatment & Reuse ► Preventing Loss Major During T&D Future ► Conveyance through Pipelines Potential Efficient ► Maintenance of Supply Existing ► Water Purification Infrastructure ► Competitive PriceReducing ► Public Awareness Usage ► Technology Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 25
  • 26. Support Infrastructure: Ports Natural Gateway to the rich land-locked Northern and Central hinterland► 23% (1600 km) of India’s coastline► 41 major and minor ports, 2 Container terminals & 2 LNG terminals► In 2007-08, Gujarat ports handled 30% of Kandla total cargo handled by Indian ports Mundra Navlakhi► Gujarat aims to capture 3/4 of the Mandvi northwest hinterland traffic by 2020, from Bedi Khambhat Okha Sikka Dholera the present 46%. Kacchigadh Bhavnagar Dahej► Major commodities handled at Gujarat ports Porbanda Mahuva ► Crude Oil & POL 48% r Veraval Hazira Pipavav Magdalla ► Cement & Coal 8.5% each GMB Ports Jafrabad Chhara ► Foodgrains, Edible Oils, Timber and Private Sector Ports Vansi Borsi Steel Pipes. Major Port Nargol Source : Blueprint for Infrastructure in Gujarat (BIG 2020) Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 26
  • 27. Support Infrastructure: Power► Gujarat to become a power surplus state by 2012 assuring high quality power supply► Gujarat has installed capacity of 17,960 MW, including captive generation of 5,106 MW. 5,142 MW is under construction.► Renewable energy to be the next big focus: ► Current installed capacity of wind power is 1625 MW. To reach 6225 MW by 2020. Power Demand in Gujarat (in MW) ► 500 MW of solar power by 2015 Capacity Required 20545 Capacity Installed 19165 18256► All the 18000 villages of Gujarat have 24 hour 17390 1,380 (1,088) power supply 15777 16563 (3,209) 15372 (4,565) 17168 (5,252) (5,811) 14181 11998 10525 9561Source : Energy & Petrochemicals Department, Government of Gujarat 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 27
  • 28. Support Infrastructure: Water The only State to have inter linkages across rivers (> 20 rivers are interlinked)Uneven water distributionaddressed through inter–basin water transfer Narmada Canal 458 km Bulk lines completed Bulk lines in progress Bulk lines to be taken up Region having perennial water sources Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 28
  • 29. Support Infrastructure: Gas► Only state in India with Integrated State Wide Gas Grid.► Transmission network of 3300 kms► Accounts for 32% gas consumption in the country► Only state in the country to have LNG terminals (at Dahej & Hazira)► State owned company, Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation, owns rich gas reserves in KG Basin Source : Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 29
  • 30. Support Infrastructure: Environment Gujarat is India’s 1st State to enter into an agreement with World Bank for Carbon TradingEffluent Treatment Clean Development Mechanism§ 25 Common Effluent Treatment Plants § Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) initiative to convert§ 6 Treated Effluent Conveyance Pipelines all buses and auto rickshaws into CNG Vehicles§ 6 Hazardous Solid Waste Disposal Sites § Solid waste reuse, composting and waste-to-energy§ 4 Incinerators for Hazardous Industrial Waste programme, making Gujarat eligible for carbon credit► Established Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre for promotion of Cleaner Production / Clean Technology, under technical guidance of UNIDO► MOU signed between GOG, DMICDC and Japanese Companies for developing Smart Cities & Eco Townships in Dahej and Changodar► Under Industrial Policy 2009, Gujarat provides financial assistance for implementation of CP/CT tools Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 30
  • 31. Vibrant Gujarat Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 31
  • 32. Vibrant Gujarat Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar Summary of Investment & Employment 2,500,000 7,000,000 2,083,089 6,000,000 2,000,000 5,000,000 Investment in `crore Employment 1,500,000 4,000,000 1,237,571 3,000,000 1,000,000 2,000,000 461,835 500,000 1,000,000 66,068 106,161 0 0 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Proposed Investment Proposed Employment Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 32
  • 33. Vibrant Gujarat Chemical & Petrochemical – MOU Achievements Summary of Investment & No. of Projects Number of Projects 18 15 52 225 100% 120,000 250 27% 98,098 80% 100,000 53% 53% 200 67% 60%Investment in `crore 35% No. of Projects 80,000 150 40% 27% 25% 11% 60,000 20% 38% 43,695 100 22% 20% 20% 40,000 0% 2% 2003 2005 2007 2009 16,740 * 50 20,000 13,412 Investment (in ` crore) 3,728 0 0 100% 2% 15% 19% 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 80% 46% Investment No. of Projects 68% 60% * Inclusive of Pharma & Biotech 68% 40% 79% 47% 20% 16% 16% 17% 0% 7% 2003 2005 2007 2009 Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 33
  • 34. Vibrant Gujarat Pharma & Biotech – MOU Achievements Summary of Investment & No. of Projects Number of Projects Investment (in ` crore) 18,000 160 1 30 146 100% 100% 16,000 140 12% 11% 90% 90%Investment in `crore 14,000 120 30% 32% 12,000 80% 80% No. of Projects 100 10,000 70% 70% 80 8,000 15,484 60 60% 60% 6,000 65% 4,000 40 50% 100% 50% 100% 80% 5,568 48% 2,000 20 40% 57% 40% 40 1,897 0 0 30% 30% 2005 2007 2009 2011 20% 20% Investment No. of Projects 10% 18% 10% 23% 13% 8% 0% 2% 0% 2005 2007 2009 2005 2007 2009 Chemtech & Pharma World Expo 2011 Page 34
  • 35. Thank YouIndustrial Extension Bureau Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation(A Govt. of Gujarat Organization) (A Govt. of Gujarat Undertaking)2nd Floor, Block No.18 2nd Floor, Block No.4Udyog Bhavan, Sector 11 Udyog Bhavan, Sector 11Gandhinagar 382 017, Gujarat, India Gandhinagar 382 017, Gujarat, IndiaPhone : +91 79 23256009, 23250492/93 Phone: +91 79 23250636/37Fax : +91 79 23250490 Fax: +91 79 23250705indextb@indextb.com gidc@gidcgujarat.orgwww.indextb.com www.gidc.gov.inwww.vibrantgujarat.com