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Gujarat’s ports to become major drivers of economy

  1. 1. GUJARAT’S PORTS TO BECOME MAJOR DRIVERS OF ECONOMY
  2. 2. AGENDA OF THE PRESENTATION Infrastructure Snapshot Greenfield Ports Other Port Sector Initiatives Strategic Advantage of Ports to SIRs/ SEZs 1 2 4 5 Road & Rail Connectivity3 Gujarat Ports :
  3. 3. GUJARAT PORT SECTOR ► Strategically located with a coastline of 1600 km ► Nearest maritime outlet to Middle East, Africa and Europe ► Highest number of operational ports and commercial cargo ports ► The first state in India to invite Private Sector Participation through competitive bidding Major Port GMB* Ports Private Sector Ports Maroli Vansi Borsi Hazira Magdalla Dahej Dholera Bhavnagar Mithivirdi Pipavav Simar Porbandar Okha Sikka Jamnagar Navlakhi Kandla Jakhau Positra Khambhat Mahuva Jafrabad Mundra Sutrapada Location of Gujarat Ports 4South Gujarat 14 ports Saurashtra 23 ports Kutch 4 ports Kandla 1 port Major Port Ports Structure of Gujarat - 41 Minor + 1 Major Port
  4. 4. ADVANTAGE GUJARAT ► State ranks first in terms of cargo throughput handling 206 MMT cargo in 2009-10, achieved 35% annual growth rate
  5. 5. ADVANTAGE GUJARAT ► Nearest gateway to landlocked states ► Vast and fertile hinterland, constituting 40% of the total Indian trade ► Gulf of Cambay and Gulf of Kutch provide natural navigational safety and logistical advantage ► Ease of port privatisation due to progressive and liberal policies ► Excellent rail-road connectivity and ideal for multi-modal transportation ► Large industrial base, thereby having high demand and potential for freight growth. ► About 6800 ships and 700 sailing vessels visit the ports of Gujarat every year
  6. 6. GMB PORT PRIVATIZATION: INCENTIVES Gujarat Port Policy, 1995 & BOOT Policy, 1997 ► Concession in waterfront royalty payable during ‘Royalty Holiday Period’, Balance royalty will be permitted as set off against approved capital cost ► Concessional rate of wharfage for captive Single Point Mooring (SPM) ► Port locations will be given on BOMT (Build, Operate, Maintain and Transfer) basis ► GMB will charge wharfage/ waterfront charges, Developers free to charge any other service charges with prior approval of GMB ► Priority to maritime related industries in the field of ship building, ship repairing, dredgers and other flotilla units ► Land acquisition by GMB, Land will be allotted on lease for a period concurrent to concession period
  7. 7. GUJARAT PORTS: TRAFFIC Traffic increased to 206 MMT, growing by CAGR of 17.4% in last 5 years The total port capacity of Gujarat grew by 80%, from 135 MMT in 2001 to 244 MMT in 2009-10. Source: Indian Port Association, Gujarat Maritime Board 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 Major Ports 463.84 519.24 530.35 558.3 GMB Ports 132.44 147.60 153 206 Other Non – Major ports 52.56 53.55 54.78 52 Total National Cargo 648.84 720.39 738.13 816.5 Share of GMB ports from total non-major ports (%) 71.6% 73.4% 73.6% 79.8% ► GMB Ports handled 80% of traffic in India’s minor ports in 2009-2010 ► GMB Ports handled 25% of total national cargo in 2009-20010
  8. 8. GUJARAT PORTS: COMMODITY-WISE TRAFFIC IN 2009-10 HSD 38% Motor Spirit Petrol 15% Naphtha 12% Cement Clinker 14% Aviation Turbine Fuel 7% Others 14% Export of Major Commodity Crude & petroleum oil 50% Coal 16% Container 11% LNG 7% Iron Ore 4% HSD 3% Naphtha 2% LDT 2% Others 5% Import of Major Commodity High growth achieved by import of Iron Ore, Crude Petroleum oil & motor spirit
  9. 9. VIBRANT GUJARAT GLOBAL INVESTORS’SUMMIT (VGGIS) ► Investments have been planned for new Greenfield ports, such as, Simar, Mahuva and Positra, along with the expansion of existing ports, such as, Mundra, Pipavav, Hazira, Okha, Porbandar, etc. MoU Status – VGGIS – 2003,2005,2007,2009 Year Commission ed Under Implementati on Preliminary stage Dropped Total 2003 Nos. 1 0 0 1 2 Amt. (Rs. Cr) 1000 0 0 1200 2200 2005 Nos. 9 3 0 23 35 Amt. (Rs. Cr) 1930 1862 0 11793 15585 2007 Nos. 5 9 0 8 22 Amt. (Rs. Cr) 7380 3145 0 2993 13518 2009 Nos. 4 21 25 0 50 Amt. (Rs. Cr) 4860 37235 43625 0 85720 Total Nos. 18 35 26 30 109 Amt. (Rs. Cr) 15170 42292 43625 15936 117023
  10. 10. GUJARAT PORTS: INVESTMENT TRENDS Investment (Rs. Crore) Private Ports 13374 Captive Jetties 7943 Private Jetties 269 Ship building yard 527 Total 22113 An investment of Rs. 22,113 crores has been realised by GMB from 2002 - 2010
  11. 11. GMB PORT PRIVATIZATION MODELS Captive Jetties1 Private Ports2 Private Jetties3 4 Development in existing terminals 5 Rail Linkages ( Pvt. Investment) 6 7 Shipbuilding/ repairing yard Coastal area development/ Ro-Ro ferry Gujarat Maritime Board has multiple port privatization models to promote private player participation in Gujarat ports and to enhance its holistic development ►GMB has successfully developed private ports like: Pipavav, Hazira, Mundra, Dahej etc. ► Capacity to double to 508 MMTPA by 2015 Existing: 244 MMTPA, Total by 2015: 508 MMTPA Captive Jetty/ SBM Private Ports Private Jetty Private Terminal 23 4 11 32 12 1 2010 2015 19 12
  12. 12. GUJARAT PORTS: GREENFIELD PORTS Vansi Borsi Hazira Dahej Dholera Mithivirdi Pipavav Simar Sikka Positra Khambhat Mahuva Mundra Sutrapada Modhawa Proposed Greenfield Ports Maroli ► Gujarat formulated the Port Policy in 1995 to promote private sector investment in development of Greenfield Port. ► Capital incentives port projects are being developed under BOOT policy (Build Own Operate Transfer) and will be transferred back to GMB after completion of 30 years BOOT period. ► Major Ports developed: Mundra, Pipavav, Dahej & Hazira ► Other Ports under development: ► Chhara: Shapoorji Paloonji ► Dahej: Sterling Biotech ► Sutrapada: L & T ► Bedi: Gammon Infrastructure ► Bhogat & Bhavnagar: Universal Success Enterprises Ltd. (USEL)
  13. 13. GUJARAT PORTS: PORT AT MUNDRA ► Developed by Gujarat Adani Port Ltd. (now Mundra Port & SEZ Ltd) ► Commenced cargo operation from September 1998 ► 8 multi-purpose berths, container berths, bulk cargo berth ► Container handling capacity: 2.5 Mn. TEUs ► Phase II development: covers West Port, South Port, North Port and SBMs: 26 berths and 3 SBMs, which will augment capacity by about 160 MMTPA ► Coal terminal for 8640 MW Ultra Mega Power Plants – Rs. 4500 crore ► South port covers basin development for Container, LNG and Liquid cargo – Rs. 12,000 crore ► North Port will have container, bulk and RoRo cargo handling facilities – Rs. 5500 crore ► SBM and COT (Crude Oil Terminal) – Rs. 3700 crore Mundra Mundra ►Total Investment: >INR 30,000 crore ►Traffic: general 39.4 Mn tons, container 0.93 Mn. TEU
  14. 14. GUJARAT PORTS: PORT AT PIPAVAV ► Developed by Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd. (GPPL) (now acquired by AP Moller Mearsk) in joint sector, 26% equity stake of GMB ► Commenced cargo operation from 1996 ► Solid bulk, container and liquid cargo terminal ► Container handling capacity: 1.1 Mn. TEUs ► Broad gauge railway port connectivity in PPP mode (253 km), operational from 2003 ► Pipavav is the first in India to receive double-stacked container trains ► Expansion plan ► Development of 385 mt container berths ► Planned LNG terminal for a power plant ► Planned capacity of 9 MMTPA by 2010 Pipavav Pipavav ►Total Investment: Rs.13000 crore ►Traffic: general 6.7 Mn. Tons, container 0.27 Mn. TEUs Pipavav Shipyard spread over an area of ~200 hectares
  15. 15. GUJARAT PORTS: PORT AT DAHEJ ► 1st LNG terminal in India, operational from 2004 ► Capacity of 5 MMTPA, with an investment of INR 28 bn. ► Planned: Second LNG berth (Standby) with an investment of INR 6 bn., total capacity will be 12.5 MMTPA then Dahej Dahej Petronet LNG: LNG Terminal ► Phase 1: Solid cargo berth of 3 MMTPA capacity at an investment of INR 5.5 bn. ► Construction of SCPT is expected to be completed by June 2010. ► Planned capacity of 12 MMTPA after Phase 2, with additional investment of INR 6 bn. Adani Petronet (Dahej) Port: Solid Cargo Port Terminal (SCPT) ► Operational since 2001, with capacity of 1.8 MMTPA ► Total investment of INR 9 bn. Gujarat Chemical Port Terminal Co. (GCPTCL): Chemical Port Terminal ►Total Investment: Rs. 5400 crore | Traffic: 12.5 MMTPA
  16. 16. GUJARAT PORTS: PORT AT HAZIRA Hazira Hazira ► Developed by Hazira Port Pvt. Ltd. (HPPL), promoted by Shell Gas ► LNG terminal with capacity of 5 MMTPA ► commenced cargo operation from 2005 ► Total investment of INR 37.8 bn. (Phase 1A & 1B) ► Expansion Plan ► Total capacity after Phase 1B; 16.5 MMTPA ► Phase-II (Container and general cargo) – Rs. 2400 crore ► Company has selected Mundra Port & SEZ Ltd for development of Bulk/ General Cargo Port Terminal at Hazira through sub concession ► Initial terminal capacity of 1.24 million TEUs ►Total Investment: Rs. 6200 crore
  17. 17. Port Connectivity: Railway Pipavav Railway Corporation Ltd. Kutch Railway Company Ltd. Bharuch Dahej Railway Co. Ltd. ► Completed in 2003 ► 270 km railway from Surendranagar to Pipavav ► Total Project Cost: Rs. 370 crore contribution by: ► Gujarat Pipavav Port (GMB JV): 26.6% ► Ministry of Railways: 26.6% ► Financial Institutions: 46.9% (Debt) ► Completed in 2007 ► 301 km railway from Palanpur to Gandhidham ► Total Project Cost: Rs.500 crore,contribution by: ► RVNL: 20% ► Govt. of Gujarat: 1.6% ► Kandla Port Trust: 10.4% ► Gujarat Adani port (MPSEZL): 8% ► Financial Institutions: 60% (Debt) ► Expected to be completed by Dec. 2010 ► 68 km railway from Bharuch to Dahej ► Total Project Cost: Rs. 285 crore, equity contribution (Rs. 85 crore) by: ► RVNL: 26.5% ► Dahej SEZ: 10.5% ► GMB: 10.5% ► Adani Petronet (Dahej) Port: 10.5% ► GNFC: 10.5% ► Hindalco: 10.5% ► Jindal Rail Infrastructure: 10.5% ► GMB conducted a study by Rites to provide railway connectivity to Sutrapada, Mahuva, Chhara, Maroli & Modhwa port
  18. 18. ► Existing share of 47% in Indian shipbuilding order book ► Intention to grab 50% to 60% share i.e 3 million DWT of National target in Shipbuilding/ repair market ► Cluster form of Shipyards or Marine Shipbuilding Parks (MSP) at multiple locations with private player participation. The prominent Shipbuilding cluster being developed is ‘Dahej Shipbuilding cluster’. Incentives under Shipbuilding Policy: GMB will ► Acquire Government land and allot to the company on lease basis for the license period ► Develop basic infrastructure & facilities ► Ensure key aspects like national security, defense, environment and economic development ► Permit the Shipyard Company to construct outfitting jetty ► Provide complete operational autonomy to the Shipyard company (within the framework of relevant legislations) in respect of the operation of the Shipyard ► Recommend notifying Marine Shipbuilding Park (MSP) as SEZ Gujarat Ports: Marine Shipbuilding Park Gujarat Dahej Jafrabad Pipavav Ghogha Mahua Proposed Marine Shipbuilding Parks (MSP)
  19. 19. ► Dahej as a global maritime destination, with perspective on skills, expertise and know-how as an ideal location for maritime research and development ► High tidal range (8.5 & 9 mtr) and no need for breakwater ► Development of ancillary industries & Dahej PCPIR Gujarat Ports: Marine Shipbuilding Park 12 April 2010 Dahej Shipbuilding Clusterslide 12 DahejOld Port Existing jetty SEZ Area Waterfront Reservedfor Port Terminal Vaddala Galenda Jolva Adani Power GNFC GIDC Estate Boundary Proposed Shipyard of DahejShipyard Ltd. Koliyad Proposed Shipyard of Bombay Marine Eng. Works Proposed Shipyard of Jindal Shipyard Logistics, Small Industries Housing, Commercial Bharuch- Samni-Dahej B.G. Rail line Gulfof Khambhat Proposed Ship building Cluster Existing Shipyard Proposed Logistics hub GMB land for RORO ABG ShipyardSterling Port Dahej Bhavnagar 1 2 Location of Yards at Dahej
  20. 20. ► With two gulfs dividing the State in three parts, Gujarat is an ideal location for Ro-Ro ferry service operation. ► GMB has decided to develop the Ro-Ro ferry terminal at (Gogha and Dahej) the cost of approximately Rs 171.00 crores (USD 32 million) in Phase-I and will extend upto Mumbai in Phase - II Gujarat Ports: Ro-Ro Ferry (Passenger & Vehicles) Ro-Ro ferry service in Gujarat Concept and Development Model of Ro-Ro Ferry
  21. 21. Ports connectivity to Industrial Clusters Engineering Sector Biotech Sector Apparel & Textile Pharmaceutical Ceramic Chemical & petrochemical Mundra Dahej Pipavav Kandla Hazira To Delhi To Mumbai Ahmedabad Mehsana Palanpur Bharuch Surat Pharmaceutical & Biotech Apparel & Textile Chemical & Petrochemical Apparel & Textile Engineering Petrochemical Ceramics
  22. 22. Mundra Dahej Pipavav Kandla Hazira DFC Existing Rail Line To Delhi To Mumbai Ahmedabad Mehsana Palanpur Bharuch Surat Port Connectivity to Dedicated Freight Corridor Well connected to Ports through Rail and Road linkages Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
  23. 23. New SIRs proposed in Gujarat 1. Dahej PCPIR 2. Aliya Bet Entertainment and Eco Development Special Investment Region 3. Santalpur Special Investment Region 4. Halol-Savli Special Investment Region 5. Sanand Industrial Area 6. Changodar Special Investment Region 7. Hazira Special Investment Region 8. Navlakhi Special Investment Region 9. Simar Special Investment Region 10. Pipavav Special Investment Region 11. Anjar Special Investment Region 12. Okha Special Investment Region 13. Dholera Special Investment Region 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 11 13 Out of these 13 SIRs, 9 SIRs are based on ports located along the coast
  24. 24. SEZs in Gujarat - Out of 60 SEZs, 38 SEZs are present under the influence of DMIC corridor Dahej Port SEZ Essar Hazira SEZ Reliance Port SEZ Kandla Port SEZ Ahmedabad Apparel Park Electronics SEZ Gandhinagar Pharma SEZ, Ahmedabad SUR SEZ DMIC Influence Area Aqualine Properties, Gandhinagar City Gold Realtors, Ahmedabad CPL Infra. Ltd, Ahmedabad DLF Ltd. Gandhinagar Ganesh Infrastructure Ltd. Gujarat Hira Bourse, Surat Jubilant Infra., Bharuch N.G. Realty Ltd. Shivganga Real Estate Sterling SEZ., Bharuch Suzlon Infra. Vadodara Adani Township , Ahmedabad Calica Constn Pvt. Ltd. Suzlon Infra. Vadodara Ceramic, SEZ Gaurinandan Realty. Dishman Pharma SEZ GIFT City. Gandhinagar J.B. Chemicals & Pharma Ltd. Jayant Oil & Derivatives Mexus Corporation, Ahmedabad Myron Realtors, Ahmedabad Nipiam Infotech Pvt. Ltd. SGV infrs. Pvt. Ltd. TATA Sez Strength Real Estate Ltd. Jindal Worldwide Ltd. Pharmaceutical Gems & Jewellery Textile/Apparelpark Infrastructure SEZ RealEstate SEZ Eng.& Oil Out of these SEZs, 29 SEZs are port-based, with total area of 26,338 Ha (~90%)
  25. 25. GUJARAT PORTS: INVESTMENT TRENDS Company Port Investment Dholera Port Ltd. Dholera 21.59 Petronet LNG Dahej 3400.12 Petronet LNG - SCPT Dahej 533.00 Mundra SEZ & Port Mundra 4910.00 GPPL Pipavav 1645.00 Shell Gas Hazira 2507.89 GCPTCL Dahej 905.75 TOTAL(1) 13923.35 Company Port Investment IPCL Dahej 42.00 Guj. Sidhee Cement Prashnavada 0.76 Metdist Pipavav 10.00 DMCC Navlakhi 15.94 DHIL Dahej 246.40 Sanghi Jakhau 63.92 Ultra Tech Cement Pipavav 167.00 Gujarat Ambuja Cement Muldwarka/ Magdalla 315.68 Digvijay Cement Sikka 86.89 ESSAR Hazira 924.44 Reliance Sikka 5416.00 GSFC Sikka 13.90 L&T Hazira 37.00 Others 254.00 TOTAL(2) 7593.93 Investment in Captive JettiesInvestment in Private Ports Amount in Rs. Crore
  26. 26. GUJARAT PORTS: INVESTMENT TRENDS Company Port Investment JM Baxi Rozi, Bedi 30.48 Goodearth Maritime Jakhau 17.79 Shantilal Multiport Infra. Rozi, Bedi 13.15 Saurashtra Cement Porbandar 29.24 United shippers Navlakhi 15.74 Shakti Clearing Agency Nayabunder, Bedi 8.00 Ruchi Infrastructure Rozi, Bedi 14.70 Ashapura Minechem Mundra 3.00 Energy Infrastructure Okha 60.20 Jaydeep Associates Navlakhi 3.53 VK Industries Okha 4.01 Binani Navlakhi 2.15 Welspun Dahej 8.00 IMS Petrogas Porbandar 47.00 Sanghi Navlakhi 4.00 Shreeji Shippin Navlakhi 1.42 Company Port Investment CWC Rozi, Bedi 5.00 Other 2.00 TOTAL (3) 269.41 Investment in Private Jetties Investment in Ship Building Yards Company Port Investment ABG Shipyard Dahej 477.00 Modest Infrastructure Ghogha 50.00 TOTAL (4) 527.00 An investment of Rs. 22,113 crores has been realised by GMB from 2002 - 2010 Amount in Rs. Crore

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