Colombia:	  Priority	  Infrastructure	  Projects	  2011-­‐2014	                                      Embassy	  of	 ...
Infrastructure	  Private	  Investment	                        AFracGveness	  Index	  (IPIAI)	  •  “Colombia	  ranks	  4th	...
Compe22veness	  and	  A5rac2veness	  of	         Private	  Investment	  
Infrastructure	  Private	  Investment	                 AFracGveness	  Index	  (IPIAI)	  “The	  readiness	  of	  Colombia’s...
Colombia	  2006	  -­‐	  2011	                                                      GDP	  in	  USD	  millions	  350000	    ...
Colombia	  2005	  -­‐	  2011	                                             Total	  Exports	  in	  USD	  millions	          ...
Colombia	  2006	  -­‐	  2011	                                                    Foreign	  Direct	  Investment	  in	  USD	...
LogisGc	  costs:	  above	  La2n	  American	  average	  Internal	  transportaGon	  costs:	  over	  37%	  of	  total	  costs...
Transport	  Infrastructure	  Investment	          Plan	  2011	  –	  2021	  in	  USD	  billions	             Type of       ...
NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	  1.  New	  legal	  and	  ins2tu2onal	  framework	      for	  PPP	  in	  transport	  in...
New	  Law	  1508	  (2012)	  on	  PPP	  Ø 	  Establishes	  a	  legal	  regime	  governing	  the	  Public	  –	  Private	  P...
New	  InsGtuGonal	  framework	  for	  PPP	  	                           in	  transport	  infrastructure	                  ...
GOVERNMENT	                              FUTURE	  GOALS	  •    For	  the	  year	  2014:	       •  Roads:	  100%	  increase...
GOVERNMENT	                                                    FUTURE	  GOALS	                                            ...
NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	                  Republic	  of	  Colombia	                             ESTIMATED	     ...
NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	  Republic	  of	  Colombia	                      PRIORITY	                  INFRASTRUCT...
ROADS	  
NATIONAL	  ROAD	  NETWORK	  	                                                            UNDER	  CONCESSION	              ...
NEW	  ROAD	                                                               CONCESSIONS	                                    ...
RAILWAYS
NEW	  RAILWAY	                                                                                           CONCESSIONS	     ...
PORTS
PORTS	  NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	  Republic	  of	  Colombia	                                               Secon...
AIRPORTS
AIRPORTS	  NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	  Republic	  of	  Colombia	                                                 ...
Thank	  you	  for	  your	      aFenGon	      For	  more	  detailed	  informaGon	  you	  may	  contact:	    j.uribe@colombi...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	   P	                   Road	  Project	                   Length	     Capex	  	            Biddin...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	  P#	  	           Road	  Project	                    Length	     Capex	  	              Bidding	...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	  P#	  	                 Road	  Project	     Length	     Capex	  	            Bidding	           ...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	  P#	  	              Road	  Project	              Length	     Capex	  	            Bidding	     ...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	  P#	  	              Road	  Project	              Length	     Capex	  	             Bidding	    ...
NEW	  ROAD	  CONCESSIONS	   P	                  Road	  Project	                        Length	     Capex	  	            Bi...
NATIONAL	  INFRASTRUCTURE	  AGENCY	  Republic	  of	  Colombia	                                                         RAI...
IMPROVEMENT	                                                 NEW RAILWAYS	  CONCESSIONS                             	     ...
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  1. 1.    Colombia:  Priority  Infrastructure  Projects  2011-­‐2014   Embassy  of  Colombia  in  London   London,  February  2012   5th  Annual  Global  Infrastructure  Leadership  Forum   Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Republic of Colombia
  2. 2. Infrastructure  Private  Investment   AFracGveness  Index  (IPIAI)  •  “Colombia  ranks  4th  when  benchmarking  NaGonal   AFracGveness  for  Private  Investment  in  LaGn   American  Infrastructure,  outperforming  the   regional  average  on  all  dimensions.   –  1st  in  development  and  quality  of  PPP  regulatory   framework  (improved  with  new  law  from  2012)   –  Very  high  efficiency  of  the  licence  granGng  process   –  Very  high  ease  of  purchasing  land  and  obtaining  rights  of   passage   –  Very  high  transparency  of  the  privaGsaGon  process   –  Very  high  openness  of  public  services  to  private  capital”     Source:  Benchmarking  Na2onal  A5rac2veness  for  Private  Investment  in  La2n  American  Infrastructure,  World  Economic  Forum  within  the  framework  of  the   Global  Compe22veness  Network,  2007.  
  3. 3. Compe22veness  and  A5rac2veness  of   Private  Investment  
  4. 4. Infrastructure  Private  Investment   AFracGveness  Index  (IPIAI)  “The  readiness  of  Colombia’s   government  to  deal  with  and   facilitate  private  investments  in   infrastructure  is  among  the  main   drivers  of  the  country’s  good   performance”.  Source:  Benchmarking  Na2onal  A5rac2veness  for  Private  Investment  in  La2n  American  Infrastructure,  World  Economic  Forum  within  the  framework  of  the  Global  Compe22veness  Network,  2007.  
  5. 5. Colombia  2006  -­‐  2011   GDP  in  USD  millions  350000   321000   288056  300000   245080  250000   235507   207083  200000   162622  150000  100000   50000   0   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011  (e)   Source:  DANE,  2012  
  6. 6. Colombia  2005  -­‐  2011   Total  Exports  in  USD  millions   56954   40683   37626   32853   29991   24391   21190   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011  Source:  DANE,  2012  
  7. 7. Colombia  2006  -­‐  2011   Foreign  Direct  Investment  in  USD  millions   16000  16000   15032  14000  12000   2006  10000   9482   2007   8539   2008   8000   6768   6913   2009   2010   6000   2011  (e)   3951   2012  (p)   4000   2000   0   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011  (e)   2012  (p)  Source,  Banco  de  la  Republica,  2012  
  8. 8. LogisGc  costs:  above  La2n  American  average  Internal  transportaGon  costs:  over  37%  of  total  costs   Colombia:  LogisGc  Costs  for  Foreign  Trade   4.1   5.2   Internal  Transporta2on   10.8   Paperwork   37.4   Interna2onal  Transporta2on   7.6   Ports   Indirect  Costs   Container  Costs   2.1   Customs  Costs   32.8  Source:  DNP,  based  on  data  by  MIDAS-­‐USAID  Programme  
  9. 9. Transport  Infrastructure  Investment   Plan  2011  –  2021  in  USD  billions   Type of Investments   Investments   Infrastructure   2011-2021   2011 - 2014  ROADS   55.9   19.2  RAILROADS   21.1   1.4  RIVERS  AND  MARITIME   3.1   1.7  PORTS   3.1   2.0  AIRPORTS   2.0   1.0  URBAN   14.1   6.5  TRANSPORTATION   TOTAL   99.3   31.8  Source:  Ministry  for  Transporta2on  
  10. 10. NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  1.  New  legal  and  ins2tu2onal  framework   for  PPP  in  transport  infrastructure    2.  Government  Goals  and  Investment   Levels    3.  New  Concession  Projects     Ministry  of  Transport  
  11. 11. New  Law  1508  (2012)  on  PPP  Ø   Establishes  a  legal  regime  governing  the  Public  –  Private  Partnerships  or  Associa2ons  (PPP)  Ø   Creates  guidelines  for  the  promo2on  of  PPP  schemes    Defines  PPPs  as  :  “...  a  tool  for  the  par-cipa-on  of  private  capital,  materialised  in  a  contract  (...)  for  the  provision  of  public  goods  and  their  related  services,  involving  the  reten-on  and  transfer  of  risks  between  the  par-es  and  payment  mechanisms  related  to  availability  and  the  level  of  service  of  the  infrastructure  and/or  service”    Ø   The  law  presents  two  types  of  PPP:     Ø   (i)  Public  ini2a2ve  PPPs,  and   Ø   (ii)  Private  ini2a2ve  PPPs     Ministry  of  Transport  
  12. 12. New  InsGtuGonal  framework  for  PPP     in  transport  infrastructure   -­‐  Poli2cal  and  planning  guidance   -­‐  Project  approvals   Ministry of Transport Harmoniza2on  of  infrastructure   development  plans   National Technical  endorsement   of  the  projects   National Planning Infrastructure Department Agency Approval  of  government   contribu2ons   Fiscal  Policy   Council   -­‐ Risk  structure  and  valua2on    consent   -­‐ Payment  of  government  contribu2ons   Ministry of -­‐  Management  of  Con2ngency   Fund   Finance -­‐   Fiscal  capacity  analysis     Ministry  of   Public  Ministry   Port  and   environment   and  fiscal   Transport  and  sustainable   comptroller   Superintendence   development   office   Environmental   Surveillance  of   Administra2ve   policies  and   service  standards   and  treasury   licenses   and  availability     audits   Sources:  NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY,     Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  
  13. 13. GOVERNMENT   FUTURE  GOALS  •  For  the  year  2014:   •  Roads:  100%  increase  in  four-­‐lane  highways   •  Railways:  50%  increase  in  length  of  railways  in  operaGon   •  Ports:  50%  increase  in  load  capacity   •  Airports:  35%  increase  in  passengers  mobilized  •  For  the  year  2018:   •  Roads:  Fourfold  increase  in  four-­‐lane  highways   •  Railways:    Threefold  increase  in  length  of  railways  in   operaGon   •  Ports:  100%  capacity  increase   •  Airports:  50%  capacity  increase   NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY   Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  
  14. 14. GOVERNMENT   FUTURE  GOALS     Base   Goal   Goal     Indicator   2010   2014   2018     Kilometers under concession   6.035   10.700     Kilometers of four-lane highways   792   2.280   3.400     Kilometers of railways in operation   846   1.341   2.343   Volume of cargo at ports (million tons/ 132   182 254   year)     Air transport users (million/year)   20   27   34   NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY   Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  
  15. 15. NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY   Republic  of  Colombia   ESTIMATED   INVESTMENT  8.000   (USD$  Million)  7.000  6.000  5.000  4.000  3.000  2.000    ExisGng  road    New  road     Railwa Airports   concessions   concessions   Port ys   s   Ministry  of  Transport  
  16. 16. NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  Republic  of  Colombia   PRIORITY   INFRASTRUCTURE   PROJECTS   FOR  CONCESSION   Ministry  of  Transport  
  17. 17. ROADS  
  18. 18. NATIONAL  ROAD  NETWORK     UNDER  CONCESSION   NEW  CONCESSIONS     More  than  6.000  km  of  roads  will  be  under   concession  bids  to  complete  the  na2onal  network   Thereaier,  over  10.000  kilometers  will  be   under  concession New  concessions   Exis2ng  concession    NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  
  19. 19. NEW  ROAD   CONCESSIONS   Types  of  IntervenGon   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    P#     Project   Length  (km)   INVESTMENT     Bidding   Type  of   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon  29   Roads     6,434   21,044.0   2012  –  2   ALL  TYPES  
  20. 20. RAILWAYS
  21. 21. NEW  RAILWAY   CONCESSIONS   Exis2ng  concession     Improvement   Construc2on  P#     Type  of  Railway  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   Interv3nGon  3   Improvement   819   538.0   2013  –  1   Several  5   ConstrucGon   1529   2,979.0   2013  -­‐  1   Several   NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY   Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  
  22. 22. PORTS
  23. 23. PORTS  NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  Republic  of  Colombia   Second  channel  dredging   to    19  mts.   CARTAGENA  Cartagena  Bay   2012-­‐  IV   Dredging  to  16  mts.   BUENAVENTURA Buenaventura  Bay     2013-­‐I   Ministry  of  Transport  
  24. 24. AIRPORTS
  25. 25. AIRPORTS  NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  Republic  of  Colombia   BARRANQUILLA  AIRPORT   BARRANQUILLA Es2mated  value:    US$  32  mm   2013-­‐II   Ministry  of  Transport  
  26. 26. Thank  you  for  your   aFenGon   For  more  detailed  informaGon  you  may  contact:   j.uribe@colombianembassy.co.uk  (Juan  M.  Uribe)     bmorales@ani.gov.co  (Beatriz  E.  Morales)    Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Republic of Colombia
  27. 27. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS   P   Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   #   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon   1   IBAGUE  –  LA  PAILA  1a   Ibague  –  Cajamarca   40   333.3   2013  -­‐  2   A,  D,  E  1b   Cajamarca  –  Calarca   46   76.7   2013  -­‐  2   E  1c   Calarca  –  La  Paila   62   345   2013  -­‐  2   A   2   BUGA  -­‐  BUENAVENTURA   211   401   2013  -­‐  2   A,  B,  E   3   SANTANDER  DE  Q  -­‐   293   838.6   2013  -­‐  2   A,  B,  F   CHACHAGUI   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  28. 28. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS  P#     Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon   4   NEIVA  -­‐  GIRARDOT   166   592.0   2013  -­‐  2     A,  E   5   GIRARDOT  –  PUERTO  SALGAR   167   268.3   2012  -­‐  4   B,  D,  E,  F   6   PUERTO  SALGAR  –  IBAGUE*   145   -­‐   2012  -­‐  4   A,  B,  E   *  –  Only  Maintenance  and  Opera2on   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  29. 29. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS  P#     Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon  7   MANIZALES  -­‐  VILLETA  7a   Honda  –  Villeta   84   344.0   2013  -­‐2   E  7b   Manizales  -­‐  Mariquita   122   200.0   2013  -­‐  2   B,  E,  F   8   VILLAVICENCIO  -­‐  ARAUCA   662   645.0   2013  -­‐  2   B,  F   9   CHOCONTA  –  EL  SECRETO   141   159.0   2013  -­‐  2   E,  F   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  30. 30. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS  P#     Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon  10   VILLAVICENCIO  -­‐  GRANADA   73   60.8   2013  -­‐  2   F  11   VILLAVICENCIO  -­‐  PT  ARIMENA   257   363.0   2013  -­‐  2   E,  F  12   PT  ARIMENA  –  PT  CARRENO   650   1611.0   TBD   B,  E  13   BRICENO  -­‐  CAQUEZA   87   145.0   2012  -­‐  4   E  14   CHOACHI/LA  CALERA  -­‐   77   200.6   2012  -­‐  4   B,  C,  E,   BOGOTA  15   BOGOTA  -­‐  VILLAVICENCIO   69   1,067.0   2013  -­‐  2   A,  C,  F   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  31. 31. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS  P#     Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon  16   BUCARAMANGA  –  B/ 223   852.0   2013  -­‐  2   A,  B,  E,  F   BERMEJA  -­‐  REMEDIOS  17   BARBOSA  –  TUNJA  –   110   53,3   2013  -­‐  2   F   VILLAPINZON  18   ZIPAQUIRA  -­‐  BUCARAMANGA   330   939.0   2013  -­‐  2   A,  B,  E  19   PAMPLONA  -­‐  DUITAMA   304   455.0   2012  -­‐  4   E  20   CUESTABOBA  -­‐  CUCUTA   123   288.0   2012  -­‐  4   B,  C,  E,  21   CUCUTA  -­‐  AGUACLARA   259   361.0   2013  -­‐  2   A,  C,  F   A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   B  –  Single  Lane   C  –  Tunnel   D  –  Bridges   E  –  Improvement   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  32. 32. NEW  ROAD  CONCESSIONS   P   Road  Project   Length   Capex     Bidding   Type  of   #   (km)   (USD  millions)   Start   IntervenGon  22   CAMILO  C–B/MBOLO–3  PTAS   206   2.373.0   2013  -­‐  1   A,  B,  C  23   TUNEL  OCCIDENTE  –  EL  TIGRE   280   2.353.0   2013  -­‐  1   B,  C  24   SAN  JOSE  DE  NUS  –  PT  BERRIO   51   470.0   2012  -­‐  3   B,  C  25   SAN  JOSE  DE  NUS  -­‐  CAUCASIA   224   3.449.0   2012  -­‐  3   A,  C  26   BARRANQUILLA  -­‐  CARTAGENA   120   433.0   2013  -­‐  2   A  27   CAUCASIA  –  LA  YE   120   600.0   2013  -­‐  2   A  28   VALLEDUPAR  –  LA  PAZ   32   64.0   2013  -­‐  2   A  29   VARIOUS  CORRIDORS*   700   700.0   2013  -­‐  2   *   *  –  Only  Maintenance  and  Opera2on  A  –  Four  Lane  Highway   D  –  Bridges  B  –  Single  Lane   E  –  Improvement  C  –  Tunnel   F  –  Rehabilita2on    
  33. 33. NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY  Republic  of  Colombia   RAILWAYS   CONCESSIONS Number  of  contracts   2   (Concesión  férrea  del  Pacífico  +   Chiriguaná  –  Santa  Marta)   Km  under  concession   625  km   Km  in  administraGon  and   980  km   rehabiilitaGon     Kilometers  in  OperaGon   625  km   Kilometers  to  structure       753  km   (Carare  +  Chiriguaná  –  Puertos  de   la  Guajira)   Exis2ng  concession     Improvement   Construc2on   Ministry  of  Transport  
  34. 34. IMPROVEMENT   NEW RAILWAYS  CONCESSIONS   INTERVENTION  TYPE  (KM)   Length   Capex     Sector   Ground   Second   Single   Buddind     (Km)   (Mill  US$)   Improvement     Line    lane   Start   La  Dorada-­‐ F   Chiriguaná   524   388,5   524   2013.I   Cabañas-­‐ F  Puerto  Berrio   32   10,1   32   2013.I   Bogotá-­‐ o   Belencito   263   139   263   2013.I   CONSTRUCTION     INTERVENTION  TYPE  (KM)   Length   Capex     Sector   Ground   Second   Single   Buddind     (Km)   (Mill  US$)   Improvement     Line    lane   Start   Zipaquira-­‐ O   Barbosa   350   350,4   166   2013.I  Belencito-­‐La   M   Vizcaina   354   1.494   354   2013.I  Chiriguaná-­‐ F  Santa  Marta   245   67   45   2013-­‐I  Chiriguana-­‐ F   Dibulla   310   654   310   2013.I   Exis2ng  concession    Chiriguaná-­‐ F   Improvement   Cartagena   270   409   270   2013.I   Construc2on   NATIONAL  INFRASTRUCTURE  AGENCY   Republic  of  Colombia   Ministry  of  Transport  

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