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Port Of Ust Luga

Port Of Ust Luga



Port of Ust-Luga in Russia. Present and future.

Port of Ust-Luga in Russia. Present and future.



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    • V.Putin on the business meeting at Ust-Luga merchant seaport V.Putin: Ust-Luga merchant seaport «…the largest russian infrastructural project of the European scale»
    • Overview and structure of Ust- LugaBiggest infrastructure project in Russia for the upcomingyears:• Ust-Luga merchant seaport• Complex development of the adjacent territory (CDT) – six interrelatedclustersUst-Luga is the first project implemented under PPP
    • Competitive Advantages of the Port PORT UST-LUGA – THE MOST MODERN PORT WITH PLANNED THROUGHPUT UP TO 180 MLN TONNES NAVIGATION • the deepest – depths up to 17,5 m • the shortest access channel – 3,7 km • construction of II channel will be completed in 2011 – 1, 8 km • short period of ice-channeling ~ 2 months per year LOCATION• proximity to EC and Central Russia – cargo-generating regions• Ust-Luga port is situated at the crossing of intermodal transport corridors “North – South” (the Baltic, Black and Caspian Seas) and “East – West” (Europe – Asia)• railway and road access bypassing congested Saint-Petersburg transport communication PERSPECTIVES • free areas for further development - seaport and industrial estate
    • Ust-Luga Master Plan1. Coal terminal2. Universal Cargo terminal3. Sulfur terminal4. Oil Products terminal5. Crude Oil terminal6. Logistics Center7. Multipurpose terminal «Yug-2»8. Auto-railway ferry complex9. Container terminal10. Liquefied hydrocarbon gas and light oil product transshipment complex11. Oil products and bunkering terminal12. Gas condensate terminal13. Metallurgical terminal14. Terminal of mineral fertilizers15. Grain terminal Universal terminal16.-19. Terminals of general and bulk cargoes20. Port fleet base
    • Northern Port DistrictCoal terminal Universal terminalSulphur terminal Oil terminal
    • Coal TerminalCoal TerminalConstruction manager: “Rosterminalugol” JSCInvestor: “Kuzbassrazrezugol Coal Company” JSC2001 – commissioningDeclared full capacity – 12.4 mln tons per year2011 – declared cargo turnover achieved
    • Universal Cargo Terminal Universal Cargo Terminal Construction manager: “Universal Transshipping Complex” JSC Owner: CNP Investments June 2007 – commissioning Declared full capacity – 5.0 mln tons per year
    • Sulfur Terminal Sulfur Terminal Construction manager: “European Sulfur Terminal” JSC Investor: Interfinance SA 2008 – commissioning Declared full capacity – 9.0 mln tons per year
    • Oil Products Terminal Oil Products Terminal Construction manager : “Rosneftbunker” JSC Investor: Gunvor First stage – completed Declared full capacity –30.0 mln tons per year (railway) January 2011 – commissioning (test)
    • Crude Oil TerminalCrude Oil TerminalConstruction manager : “Ust-Luga Bunkering Complex” JSCInvestor: MN Druzhba JSC – subsidiary of Transneft JSCFinal point of the BPS-2First stage –under constructionReceiving and transshipping – up to 38 mln tons of oil per year2011 – beginning of transportation,Capacity of first stage – 30 mln tonsDecember 2013 – completion of the second stage of construction(throughput – 38 mln tons per year).
    • Gas Condensate TerminalGas Condensate TerminalConstruction manager: “NOVATEC - Ust-Luga” LLCInvestor: “NOVATEC” JSCFormed the territory, completed the design workDeclared full capacity – 6.0 mln tons per year2012 – commissioning of the first stage2015 – operation at full capacity2016 – declared cargo turnover achieved.
    • Metallurgical terminalMetallurgical TerminalConstruction manager: «The Baltic metallurgical terminal»Declared full capacity – 4.0 mln tons per year2012 -commissioning of the first stage2013 -commissioning of the second stage
    • Oil products and bunkering terminalOil products and bunkering terminalConstruction manager: «The Baltic universal terminal» LLCDeclared full capacity – 800 000 tons per yearCompleted the design workI quarter 2011 – construction beginningI quarter 2012– beginning of operation
    • Terminal of mineral fertilizersTerminal of mineral fertilizersConstruction manager: «Baltic general cargoes» JSCInvestor: «Eurochem» JSC2011 –construction beginningFull capacity – 5 mln tons
    • Sothern Port DistrictContainer terminal Auto-Railway ferry complex Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2 Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2
    • Southern Port District Layout
    • Container Terminal Container terminal Construction manager : “Baltic Container Terminal” JSC Investor: “National Container Company” LLC Completed: • formation of the territory • construction of 2 berths of the first stage The units of internal infrastructure under construction, procurement of crane equipment Declared full capacity – 3.0 mln TEUs per year 2011 – commissioning of the first stage (0.44 mln TEUs) 2018 – declared cargo turnover achieved.
    • Auto-Railway Ferry Complex Auto-railway ferry complex Construction manager : Ust-Luga branch of FSUE “Rosmorport” Investor: the Russian Federation 2007 – commissioning of the railway component 2010 – commissioning of the of automotive component Declared full capacity – 2.9 mln tons per year
    • Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2 Multipurpose Terminal Yug-2 Construction manager: “Ust-Luga Company” JSC Investor: “Ust-Luga Company” JSC with attraction of the funds of the IF RF June 2008 – commissioning of the first start-up complex Declared full capacity – 4.6 mln tons per year (jointly with the WLC) 2012 – operation at full capacity 2012 – declared cargo turnover achieved.
    • Storage logistic center Storage logistic center Investor - Ust-Luga Company OJSC Area – 500 000 m2 January, 3th 2012 – first stage installation 2017 – 100 % fulfillment
    • LPG Terminal Liquefied hydrocarbon gas and light oil product transshipment complexConstruction manager: SIBUR-Portenergo LLCInvestor: SIBUR-Holding JSC The estimated annual cargo turnover is up to 4.0 mln tons per year, including:• Liquefied hydrocarbon gases – up to 1.5 mln tons per year (propane, butane);• Light oil products – up to 2.5 mln tons per year (stable natural gasoline, motor gasoline).Beginning of operation of the complex: 4 quarter of 2012.
    • Transport and Engineering InfrastructureRail road Transport junctionTelecommunications Power substation
    • External transportation services - Railways
    • External transportation services - MotorwaysRosavtodor provides reconstruction ofexterior motor roads in three directions: along Tallinskoye highway bypassing Gatchina with exit to theRossiya Federal Motorway from Saint Petersburg to Moscow via Petrodvorets and circular motor road construction of a new federal motor highway to Veliky Novgorodwith an exit to the Rossiya Highway
    • Dynamics of a turnover of goods20086 413 000 tons + 3 000 cars200910 326 700 tons + 17 000 cars201011 810 963 tons + 65 521 cars
    • Complex development of the territory Complex development of the adjacent territory (CDT): six interrelated clusters Transport Intended for building Logistic Agri-industrial RecreationalIndustrial leisure and tourism zones
    • Competitive Advantages of the project. The Adjacent Territory• Possibility of an investor to lay the required project architecture from the verybeginning (infrastructure, power engineering, social sphere)• Availability of free energy facilities – proximity of the LNPP• Developed transport infrastructure (port, railway, motor roads)
    • Industrial-Production Zone Ust-Luga industrial-production zone will be advantageously located:• in close proximity to marine, railway and motorcar lines of communications of a large transport hub;• near a powerful source of cheap electric energy: Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant;• in close proximity to the port warehousing logistic center capable of forming and effecting wholesale distribution of goods;• near a new large settlement planned to be built.Development of industrial facilities near the large port is inevitable. State authorities can considerablyspeed up formation of the industrial cluster by construction of an engineering infrastructure or slow itdown in case of lack of a clear strategy of industrial development.
    • Social-Housing Construction on the Adjacent Territory The basic indicators• The built-up area is 1849 hectares.• The population is 34 500 residents• Labor content working in port by 2015 -10 000 people
    • Social responsibility Construction of the Holy Trinity Marine CathedralUst-Luga Company OJSC acts as the primarysponsor of the Holy Trinity Marine Cathedralconstruction project with the Side Chapel of SaintNicholas of Myra. ChildcareEntertainment (play grounds), Education (newcomputer class, textbook reissuing), Culture andArts (creative contests, museum tours, visits tocircus, tickets to Children’s New-Year Shows) SportsUst-Luga Company OJSC is devoted to the task ofpropagating and popularizing of sports (ski run inthe Romanovka Park, Kingisepp town; basketballschool, etc.)
    • Recreation Zones Development of recreational facilities is aimed both at ensuring migration attractiveness of the territory for workers of the port and industrial zone and at external demand: mostly, business tourism and market of out-of- town rest of Saint Petersburg.The plans include using the recreational potential of Kurgalsky andKotelsky wildlife reserves for development of ecological tourism, childrenand family seasonal rest, agrotourism and ethnotourism.To ensure accessibility of tourist facilities for workers of the port andindustrial zone it is planned to use social and trade union tickets,vouchers for children as well as other available possibilities.
    • Agri-industrial ComplexDevelopment of the agri-industrial cluster will be aimed at high-quality meat production.There are plans to create:• Genetic center for maintaining the high genetic level of the livestock as well as breed livestock sales of cattlebased on the leading Australian breeds;• Beef-cattle breeding farms – female herds;• Fattening complex, slaughtery with dissection and waste disposal;• Related production of hothouse vegetables, biogas and biofuel as well as organic fertilizers.The market of the Northwest of Russia and countries of Northern Europe have a fully formed demand for high-quality beef imported from Australia.The agri-industrial complex will allow bioth import replacement and export of products to neighbouring countries
    • Development Plans for 2011-2015• Commissioning of BPS-2• Development of the port infrastructure northwards• Commissioning of the warehousing logistic center• Construction of the administrative-business center• Launching of the general cargo district• Construction of the condensed hydrocarbon gas (CHG) transshipping terminal• Construction of the condensed gas condensate (CGC) transshipping complex• Launching “Yug-2” MTT at full capacity• Creation of universal sites in the industrial zone
    • Ust-Luga ProjectThank you for attention!