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Mauritius Ports Authority
African Port Evolution
Development at Port Louis Harbour
September 2015
Location 2,400 km off east-coast of Africa
Exclusive Economic Zone 2.3 (1.9 + 0.4) Million km2
Land Area 1,865 km2
Populat...
The objectives under the Ocean Economy is to
transform Port Louis Harbour into a Regional Hub
for Container Transhipment, ...
Ocean Economy- the Next Wave of Prosperity
Agenda:
• Port Louis Harbour
• Container transshipment
• Bunkering and Petroleu...
Port Trade 2011-2014
2011 2012 2013 2014
Total Traffic 6.477 MT 7.075 MT 6.761 MT 6.896 MT( 2%)
Total Container
Throughput...
394 443
539
655 600 556 556 592 543 534 503 543 624 671 607
381
461
363
374 493 618
820 746
479
643 708
767
851
993 1068
1...
SEA PORT RELATED ACTIVITIES
• Container transshipment.
Traffic v/s Infrastructure Requirement
Container Transshipment
• The present Container Terminal has a capacity of 550,000 TEUs
per annum.
• The objective is to p...
Throughput v/s Infrastructure Requirement
Island
Terminal
Phase2
Phase1
Extension of the Container Terminal-Phase I
• Extension of the existing 560 m long berth by 240m and designed for a dredge...
• Contract for the Works have been awarded in August 2014.
• Completion of the 240m length berth extension and the
expansi...
Dredging to -16.5m
November 6, 2015
Page 19
•The area shaded in blue will be dredged to -16.5m ACD and
will generate some ...
Land reclamation
• The dredging of the navigation channels will generate some 1.5
million tonnes of material which will be...
Extension of the Container Terminal- Phase II
• Phase II-
• Extension of the 800m long berth by a further 160 m to
obtain ...
Breakwater and Container Terminal – Long Term
• Construction of 2 km breakwater
• Re aligned the Navigation Channel
• Dred...
• PETROLEUM HUB AND BUNKERING
ACTIVITIES
Bunkering Activities
• Bunker in the region is in the order of 1 million Tonnes and
may increase up to 8 million tonnes in...
Evolution of Bunker Activities
PORT LOUIS AS A BUNKER PORT
• Main constraint: lack of storage capacity.
– Mauritius Molasses Co. Ltd has converted one of...
Floating Storage
• Two promoters namely Group 5 and Mac Quarie based in UAE and
Australia respectively have submitted prop...
INLAND STORAGE
• Some promoters namely Indian Oil, Mac Quarie and
Horizon Terminal have shown interest to develop
onshore ...
• CRUISE TOURISM
Cruise Tourism
• The MPA commissioned the cruise Jetty in 2010.
• The cruise activity reached its peak in 2010/11 with 26,...
Evolution of Total Cruise Vessels Calls
18
15
2323
27
22
25
12
Evolution of Cruise Passenger Traffic
The Cruise Terminal Building
• MPA is proceeding with the construction of the Cruise Terminal
Building to accommodate both...
PORT MASTER PLAN STUDY
• Port Louis Harbour requires Modern Infrastructure,
Efficient service, Security of cargo and Compe...
Ship Building and Ship Repairs
• There is already two dry dock facilities for ship building
and maintenance at Port Louis....
• THANK YOU
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
Development at Port Louis Harbour
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A presentation by Shakeel Goburdhone, director port development, Mauritius. Delivered during African Ports Evolution 2015 held in Durban, South Africa.

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Development at Port Louis Harbour

  1. 1. Mauritius Ports Authority African Port Evolution Development at Port Louis Harbour September 2015
  2. 2. Location 2,400 km off east-coast of Africa Exclusive Economic Zone 2.3 (1.9 + 0.4) Million km2 Land Area 1,865 km2 Population 1,3 Million Life Expectancy 72.5 yrs Literacy rate 85% Languages English & French Currency Mauritian Rupee (Rs.) The Republic of Mauritius
  3. 3. The objectives under the Ocean Economy is to transform Port Louis Harbour into a Regional Hub for Container Transhipment, Bunkering and petroleum products, cruise activities and Port Related Services. Ocean Economy Objectives
  4. 4. Ocean Economy- the Next Wave of Prosperity Agenda: • Port Louis Harbour • Container transshipment • Bunkering and Petroleum • Cruise Activities • Ship repairs and ship building
  5. 5. Port Trade 2011-2014 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Traffic 6.477 MT 7.075 MT 6.761 MT 6.896 MT( 2%) Total Container Throughput 462,747 TEUs 576,383 TEUs 517,768 TEUs 556,355 TEUS (7.5%) Captive Container Traffic 235,040 TEUs 259,163 TEUs 248,948 TEUs 251,798 TEUs (1.1 %) Transhipment Container Throughput 227,707 TEUs 317,220 TEUs 268,820 TEUs 304,557 TEUs(13 %) Total Fish Traffic 140,928 T 134,763 T 148,297 T 143,410 T Total Bunker 268,212 T 283,644 T 269,324 T 287,546 T Vessel Calls Container vessels Fishing vessels Bunker only 2,654 543 767 3,476 624 851 3,652 669 993 689 3,329 607 1068 721
  6. 6. 394 443 539 655 600 556 556 592 543 534 503 543 624 671 607 381 461 363 374 493 618 820 746 479 643 708 767 851 993 1068 1097 1023 1051 1099 922 1144 1052 979 986 902 961 1344 2001 1988 1654 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Evolution of Total Vessel Traffic Others Fishing Containerised 3329 3652 3476 2654 2172 2079 2008 2317 2428 2318 2015 2128 1953 19271872
  7. 7. SEA PORT RELATED ACTIVITIES • Container transshipment.
  8. 8. Traffic v/s Infrastructure Requirement
  9. 9. Container Transshipment • The present Container Terminal has a capacity of 550,000 TEUs per annum. • The objective is to position Port Louis a Hub for transhipment . • The Target is to attain a Container Transshipment throughput of 500,000 TEUs by 2020 and 800,000 TEUs by 2025. • Growth in Captive Container Traffic will follow the trend of the GDP. • Total Container Throughput will reach about 800,000 TEUs by 2020 and over 1 million by 2025.
  10. 10. Throughput v/s Infrastructure Requirement Island Terminal Phase2 Phase1
  11. 11. Extension of the Container Terminal-Phase I • Extension of the existing 560 m long berth by 240m and designed for a dredged depth of 18m. • The existing rails will be replaced by one capable to accommodate larger cranes having reach of 22 across. • Container yard will be extended by 7.5 ha increasing stacking capacity to 750,000 TEUs. • Existing Quay will be strengthened to enable deepening alongside berth to 18m.
  12. 12. • Contract for the Works have been awarded in August 2014. • Completion of the 240m length berth extension and the expansion of the container stacking area is expected to be completed by March 2016. • The strengthening of the existing quay is expected to be completed by May 2017. • Upon Completion, the 800m long quay will be capable to accommodate two large vessels of 9,000 TEUs at any one time. • The capacity of the terminal will increase to 750,000 TEUs. EXTENSION OF CONTAINER TERMINAL .
  13. 13. Dredging to -16.5m November 6, 2015 Page 19 •The area shaded in blue will be dredged to -16.5m ACD and will generate some 1.5 million M3 of Dredged material. •Bids from three prequalified contractors namely Jan de Nul, Van Oord and Dredging International were received on 10 March 2015. •The prices received exceeded the cost estimate of Rs 1.2 billion by about 80 %. • The Bidding exercise has been cancelled and new bidding exercise is being launched with a view to completing the dredging works by End 2016 .
  14. 14. Land reclamation • The dredging of the navigation channels will generate some 1.5 million tonnes of material which will be used for land reclamation at Fort William and Fort George. • In order to minimise Environmental Impact in the lagoon, the consultants recommended the construction of Bund Walls to contain the dredged materials and to subsequently protect the reclaimed land. • The Contract for Bund Construction to enable the land reclamation was awarded in July 2013 and have been completed in November 2014. • After the dredging works, some 35 ha (50 ha including existing land) will be reclaimed at Fort William and 4 ha at Fort George.
  15. 15. Extension of the Container Terminal- Phase II • Phase II- • Extension of the 800m long berth by a further 160 m to obtain a quay length of 960m as recommended in the Port Master Plan. • The Berth Capacity will be increased from 750,000 to almost 1 million Teus. • Subject to the actual growth in transhipment traffic, it is planned to start the phase II extension as from 2017/18. • The project is expected to be completed by 2020. • The facility will be capable to accommodate a mix of 3 vessels at any one time.
  16. 16. Breakwater and Container Terminal – Long Term • Construction of 2 km breakwater • Re aligned the Navigation Channel • Dredging of the navigation Channel to 18 m • Reclaimed land: 60 Ha • Container Terminal • Quay length: 1 km • Container yard: 40 Ha • Throughput capacity: >1 M TEUs • EOI proposals to shortlist consultants to undertake a Techno- Economic study has been received and are being evaluated. • Funding of the study is by the African Development Bank. MPA intends to invite proposals to implement the project on a PPP or EPC-OM scheme.
  17. 17. • PETROLEUM HUB AND BUNKERING ACTIVITIES
  18. 18. Bunkering Activities • Bunker in the region is in the order of 1 million Tonnes and may increase up to 8 million tonnes in the short term. • Port Louis Harbour is capturing only some 280,000 MT. • Out of 3,329 vessels calls in 2014, 1973 vessels took bunker at Port Louis. • Strategically located, Port Louis has the potential to increase its share of this business activity • The importation of petroleum products for bunker has already been liberalised.
  19. 19. Evolution of Bunker Activities
  20. 20. PORT LOUIS AS A BUNKER PORT • Main constraint: lack of storage capacity. – Mauritius Molasses Co. Ltd has converted one of its tanks (of 9,000 MT capacity) at Quay D for storage of Class B petroleum products. The company will now upgrade two remaining molasses tanks of 5,000 Mt each for storage of petroleum products. – The Oil Industry is proceeding with the construction of storage tanks of 25,000 MT capacity for Mogas and other products at Mer Rouge. Releasing space within their existing storage area for bunkering activity. MPA has already issued its in principle approval and a letter of reservation for land allocation. – Interest from 3 promoters to position floating storage at Port Louis.
  21. 21. Floating Storage • Two promoters namely Group 5 and Mac Quarie based in UAE and Australia respectively have submitted proposals to operate floating tanks for bunkering activities. Government has issued letter of Intent to both promoters in March 2015. • Group 5 and Mac Quarie intend to supply some 250,000MT and 800,000 MT of product in year 1 respectively.
  22. 22. INLAND STORAGE • Some promoters namely Indian Oil, Mac Quarie and Horizon Terminal have shown interest to develop onshore tankage facilities of over 100,000 MT for re- export. • It is planned to accommodate the three promoters on the land to be reclaimed at Fort William. In the short term, tankers will be accommodated at the Bulk Sugar Terminal berth.
  23. 23. • CRUISE TOURISM
  24. 24. Cruise Tourism • The MPA commissioned the cruise Jetty in 2010. • The cruise activity reached its peak in 2010/11 with 26,751 pax. • 9 Costa cruise vessels homeported from Port Louis and 18 other cruise vessels called to the port during that season. • Unfortunately, Costa lost the Concordia and one of its cruise ships (Alegra) caught fire near Seychelles. The company stopped its homeporting activity at Port Louis since 2012/2013 has resumed its activity as from January 2015. • The itinerary is Port Louis – Mahé (Seychelles) - Nosy Be (Madagascar) – Diego Suarez (Madagascar) - Tamatave (Madagascar) – Pointe de Galets (Réunion Island) – Port Louis
  25. 25. Evolution of Total Cruise Vessels Calls 18 15 2323 27 22 25 12
  26. 26. Evolution of Cruise Passenger Traffic
  27. 27. The Cruise Terminal Building • MPA is proceeding with the construction of the Cruise Terminal Building to accommodate both cruise and inter-island passengers • The facility will comprise the passenger terminal , commercial areas, office space including parking facilities. • Four shortlisted firms have submitted their consultancy proposals which are being assessed. • The project is expected to be completed in 2017.
  28. 28. PORT MASTER PLAN STUDY • Port Louis Harbour requires Modern Infrastructure, Efficient service, Security of cargo and Competitive port charges. • MPA has retained the services of Royal Haskoning for the preparation of a Port Master Plan which will make recommendation on port infrastructure to meet the requirements of up to 2040, review the mode of operation to make it more efficient, compare port tariff with other ports and also the safety and security in the port area. • The study will be completed by mid of 2016.
  29. 29. Ship Building and Ship Repairs • There is already two dry dock facilities for ship building and maintenance at Port Louis. • MPA has received proposals for the construction of a third dry dock and ship building facility which could not be considered due to lack of space. • Within the land to be reclaimed at Fort William, an area will be earmarked for a third dry dock.
  30. 30. • THANK YOU

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