Large Infrastructure Project Opportunities in Gujarat


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Large Infrastructure Project Opportunities in Gujarat

  1. 1. Large Infrastructure ProjectOpportunities in GujaratVaishakhi ShahCapital Projects and InfrastructurePwC
  2. 2. Gujarat is all set to develop some of the largestinfrastructure projects across a slew of sectors
  3. 3. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor(DMIC) and associated projects
  4. 4. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Gujarat Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) will be a high impact industrial area within 150 km distance on both sides of the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), with an investment potential of USD 90 billion. It will be developed as “Global Manufacturing & Trading Hub”37% of the planned DelhiMumbai Industrial Corridor(DFC route) is throughGujaratMore than 60% of totalinvestment is likely to be inGujarat Source: GIDB
  5. 5. Investments in DMIC projects in GujaratSource: GIDB
  6. 6. DMIC Connectivity of Gujarat Ports To Delhi Palanpur Existing Rail Line DFC Mahesana Ahmedabad Kandla Mundra Bharuch Dahej Surat Hazira Pipavav Mumbai ToSource: GIDB
  7. 7. Gujarat offers port connectivity to DFCSource: GIDB
  8. 8. Logistics Park around DMIC and DFC • For storage, handling, transportation and other value added services. • To focus on transportation of goods by rail. • Provision of rail-linked freight terminal. • Consolidation of traffic. • Warehousing of goods, packaging, labeling. • Study completed by the RITESSource: GIDB
  9. 9. SIRs in Gujarat: a first of kind integrated development initiative by Government of Gujarat• 13 SIRs each of over 100 area will be developed in Gujarat• The SIR Act of 2009: first in the country• A dedicated legal framework to establish SIRs• Regional Development Authorities for each SIR• Strong element of regional planning• Full scope for private participation• Bigger scope for private enterprise Source: GIDB
  10. 10. Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR) Project Opportunities• Master-planning of SIR completed.• Total administrative area: 879+ Sq. Km• Urbanizable area: 500 Sq. Km• Developable area :360 Sq. Km• Regional Development Authority has been constituted Key project opportunities in Dholera SIR • Development of Internal Infrastructure • Desalination Plant of 500 MLD • International Airport at Federa • Central Spine road connecting Ahmedabad and Dholera • Mega Industrial Park in Dholera • Eco City Project Source: GIDB
  11. 11. PCPIR – Functional SIRDahejSource: GIDC
  12. 12. Opportunity to be part of Chemical hub in IndiaSource: GIDC
  13. 13. Gujarat International Finance-Tech City (GIFT) Gandhinagar Project brief/ background GIFT is conceptualized as the first Financial Services Special Economic zone to be developed as a global financial hub. With its strategic location, state of the art infrastructure, green and intelligent buildings it is poised to become a globally benchmarked International Finance Centre providing exciting opportunities for financial services and IT/ITeS sectoral companies. Project details • GIFTCL – Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company Ltd has been incorporated in partnership with IL&FS (a premiere institution with proven track record and pioneer in launching PPP projects) • Government of Gujarat through GUDC to be the lead agencyOpportunities to invest• Upto 90 Million Sq. ft of real estate office and residential space• Opportunities for development of residential spaces• Opportunities for development of several urban amenities like hotels, convention centre, leisure destinations like restaurants, golf clubs etcNodal departmentGujarat International Finance-Tech City Ltd. (GIFTCL), Gujarat UrbanDevelopment Company (GUDC) Large Project Opportunities in Gujarat Source: GIFT
  14. 14. METRO RailAhmedabad – Gandhinagar – Dholera Project brief/ background A metro rail link is proposed to connect Ahmedabad with Dholera. The development of which will take place in phases. Project details Presently, the proposed project alignment includes routes within Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar; it also connects important destinations such as International Airport, GIFT city, Sachivalaya, Kalupur railway station etc.The estimate construction cost of this is ~ USD 3.8 billion for route of approximately 101km, which includes 84 km of elevated section and 16 km of underground sectionOpportunities to invest• Real estate development along the corridor• Development of the rail infrastructure and other associated infrastructure like maintenance yards, warehouses etc.• Supply of rolling stock, signaling systems etc.Metro Link-Express for Gandhinagar & Ahmedabad (MEGA) Co. Ltd.Large Project Opportunities in Gujarat Source: MEGA
  15. 15. Statue of Unity Sadhu bet, Kevadia, Narmada Project brief/ background The “Statue of Unity” is planned to be an iconic structure with the ambition to be the tallest statue in the world at 182 m. The site is at Sadhu island, approximately 3.5 km south of Sardar Sarovar Dam at Kevadia in the Narmada district in Gujarat. The project envisages that the iconic statue will become a catalyst for accelerated development in the project area benefitting a large number of the resident tribal population there. Project details • The construction of Phase-I of the project is valued at ~USD 500 mn • Government to build the iconic structure • Other projects to be developed on PPP basisOpportunities to invest• Development of iconic structure• Tourism project and services around the structure• Hotel, Convention Centre, Memorial Garden and Visitor Centre BuildingNodal departmentSardar Vallabh Patel Rashtriya Ekta Trust (SVPRET)/ Sardar SarovarNarmada Nigam Ltd. (SSNNL) Large Project Opportunities in Gujarat Source: SSNNL
  16. 16. Sabarmati River Front DevelopmentAhmedabad Project brief/ background The Sabarmati Riverfront project is an environmental improvement, social and urban rejuvenation project by development of riverfront along one of Gujarat’s biggest river in the commercial capital of the State. The objective of the urban renewal project is to improve spatial structure and habitat conditions of the river and adjoining areas. Project details • Development project encompasses both banks of the river Sabarmati for a 10.5 km. , creating approximately 185 ha. of reclaimed land. • Key element of the project is a new linear two level promenade providing uninterrupted pedestrian access to water • Along with rejuvenation of neighbourhood areas, it would provide a unique identity to Ahmedabad’s skyline Opportunities to invest • Commercial development like Office Spaces and Trade fair complexes • Cultural Activity Centres like Museums and Theatres on 36,000 sq. m. • Recreational Activities – Water Sports and Floating restaurants Nodal departmentLarge Project Opportunities in Gujarat Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) Source: AMC
  17. 17. Gujarat : R0-Ro Ferry Services Ro-Ro Ferry Services in Gujarat Concept and Development Model of R0-Ro Ferry Terminals & Service at Gogha and DahejConstruction , • GMB would construct, operateOperation & & maintain the ferry terminalMaintenance of FerryTerminal • Private ferry operators for Private Operators for operation of ferry service Ferry service between TerminalsProject Status and Highlights: • Ferries would carry up to 1,000 passengers and / or more than 100 vehicles driving over single Stern Ramps • Long link spans (> 80m) planned to accommodate extraordinarily high tidal wave conditions (between 8-10 m) • Foundation stone for Gogha facilities ceremonially laid by visionary Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Narendra Modi • Participation of world class ferry operators invited • Dredging contract is being awarded (Min. 5 m) of dredging planned
  18. 18. Ro-Ro Ferry: Project Highlights and Status • Detailed Feasibility Study Report Proposed Dahej Terminal prepared • Comprehensive market data collected • Concept planning of facilities completed • Front-end engineering of berths / terminals (Dahej & Gogha) also Proposed Gogha Terminal completed • DPR for Ro-Ro ferry service in Gulf of Kutch will be undertaken soon • Berthing facilities planned for Ro-Ro vesselsSource: GMB
  19. 19. Ship building: Marine ship Building Parks (MSP) Green-field Marine Shipbuilding parks (MSP)•Dahej as a global maritime destination, based on skills, expertise and know-how as an ideal location for maritime research and development Chachchi Gujarat•High tidal range (8.5 & 9 m) –hence, no requirement forbreakwater Adri Khara Dari•Development of ancillaryindustries & Dahej PCPIR•Subsequent to development ofDahej and Bhavnagar, GreenfieldMSPs also planned at Chachchi;Adri; Dari and KharaSource: GMB
  20. 20. Green Field PortsExisting Green field Ports : Pipavav , Mundra ,Dahej and Hazira Some of the major companies involved are: • Shapoorji Pallonji: Chhara • Larsen & Toubro: Kachchigadh • Sandesara Group: Dahej • Nirma Chemicals: Mahuva Capacity –Ist Phase Location (MMTPA) Facilities to be developed Chhara 8 Two berths for solid bulk cargo Dahej 13 1 solid cargo, 1 liquid cargo Mahuva 3.5 2 multipurpose berths Kachchigadh 10 2 solid cargo berths Nargol 17.8 2 containers, 1 multipurpose berth Vansi-Borsi - PFR under preparation
  21. 21. Port-City Development and Port-Based SEZ•Planned “Port-Cites” being developed at Mundra and Pipavav•Proposed development area of around 500 sq km each•Port-based SEZs and a wider region under SIRs another thrust area planned in the vicinity of ports•India’s first port-based SEZ established at Mundra. Port-based SEZ also under implementation at Dahej•Offer numerous opportunities for builders, industries, educational Source: GMB institutes, retailers etc.
  22. 22. Maritime Education•Developing human capital of India’s large population critical to the country’s maritime ambitions•Maritime related courses introduced in partnership with Gujarat University in Ahmedabad and Ganpat University in Mehsana•Eventual goal for GMB to start a dedicated maritime university in Gujarat, comparable with the best in the worldSource: GMB
  23. 23. Solar power in Gujarat 654.81 MW of solar power Solar Power Policy capacities commissioned by 64 developers in the state of Gujarat 1st state policy in the country Asia’s first 500 MW Solar Developers Capacity, Phase (Nos.) MW Power Park at Charanka, district Patan Phase I allotment 57 406.5 Phase II allotment 27 562.0 Total 84 968.5 • 76% of developers who signed PPAs under the policy have commissioned their Gujarat’s largest solar power plants, projects as on May 2012 District MW • 68% of allocated capacities have beenAdani Enterprises Ltd. Kachchh 40 commissioned. They helpSanland Real Estate Pvt. Ltd. Banaskantha 25 • generating ~1,048 millionTata Power Company Ltd. Jamnagar 25 kWh of electricity annuallyAlex Astral Power Pvt. Ltd. Patan 25 • avoiding 0.72 million tonnesRoha Dyechem Pvt. Ltd. Patan 25 of coal annuallySun Edison Energy India Pvt. Ltd. Patan 25 • reducing carbon emissions of 1.04Kiran Energy Solar Power Pvt. Ltd. Patan 20 million tonnes annuallyPLG Photovoltaic Patan 20Hiraco Renewable Energy Pvt. Ltd. Porbandar PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Ltd 20Source: TERI, GEDA
  24. 24. Renewable Energy opportunities Development of Fund requirement distributed gas basedNon- Conventional power power combined with non conventional projects under private sources sector Fund Tidal and geothermal Development of wind- Project required projects first at a pilot solar hybrid installations (USD billion) scale, and then at a and biomass projects commercial scale Wind 2.65 Development of large SHP 0.02 scale solar parks and canal-top solar projects Bio 0.24 Mass Solar 3.82 Offshore wind projects Development of solar development manufacturing capacities WTE 0.01 Total 6.74 Development of projects under solar rooftop programme (Bhavnagar, PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Ltd Surat, Rajkot, Mehsana)Source: Energy and Petrochemicals Department, Government of Gujarat
  25. 25. How to participate in the current opportunitiesWhile the Government of Gujarat is committed to lay down the coreinfrastructure from public funds;• It is envisaged that most of the infrastructure will be done on PPPbasis; PPP is, thus, the preferred route• Private players are invited to join this historic development and megaopportunity...Three routes for PPP...• In 1999, the Gujarat Infrastructure Development (GID) Act was enacted which gives legal framework & roadmap for PPP. GID Act proclaims competitive bids as the preferred mode for developer selection and lays down detailed guidelines• However, Swiss Challenge Route also recognized to take benefits of innovative ideas and unsolicited projects• In 2006, project award through Direct Negotiation added.
  26. 26. Thank you