Policy Development with Local Content
and Infrastructure Investment energetic
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT,
ENERGY, INDUSTRY AND S...
With 45 years of experience, CODIN is the gateway for
local and foreign investors and acts as a consulting
office, providi...
Rio de Janeiro that you already know or
have heard about...
...and the Rio de Janeiro
that you should also know about:
A fast growing economy with
plenty of business opportunities.
Panorama
Fonte: IBGE/FMI(2012), estimativas SEDEIS
Location:
Southeast of Brazil (55% of national GDP)
Area
43,696 km2 (0....
GrossDomesticProduct PerCapita
•Purchase Power Parity
Cross-country comparison with the State of Rio de Janeiro
Source: IM...
April
2008
May
2008
June
2011
March
2010
December
2011
BBB - BBB - Baa 2 BBB - BBB-
A new moment in the economy
Investment...
31,0 28,1 30,3 32,7
23,4
35,2
54,3
70,2
100,6 100,5
0,0
20,0
40,0
60,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
InvestmentsForecast
Source: Decisã...
Sapucaia
Resende
MangaratibaAngra
dos Reis
Parati
Rio de Janeiro
Niterói
Saquarem
a Arraial do
Cabo
Cabo
Frio
Armação
de
B...
Local Content
Local Content
• The share of participation of domestic industry in providing goods
and services for a certain enterprise;
...
Business Plan Petrobras 2013-2017
Source:Petrobras
Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry
and offshore Industry
2013-2017 Period ...
Drilling Rig Systems
Production Systems
Supply boats
Jacket and TLWP
Tankers
65
94
568
83
148
E&P demand of Petrobras and ...
Brazilian Shipyards Scenario
Source: SINAVAL
Order Book – general
Type Quantity
Production platforms 13
Constrution and In...
LocalContent
57,0%
62,2%
70,0%
74,3% 75,4% 75,6% 75,6% 74,6% 74,8%
0,0%
10,0%
20,0%
30,0%
40,0%
50,0%
60,0%
70,0%
80,0%
20...
Type Local Import
Tanker 70,8% 29,2%
OSV 61% 39%
FPSO 64,2% 35,80%
Most critical items for shipyards:
Propulsion Motor abo...
LocalContent-OffshoreCompaniesbuilding
capacityinBrazil
Source:PETROBRAS
Products Projects in Brazil
Subsea Pipelines
NKT ...
Source:PETROBRAS
Products Projects in Brazil
Turbomachines
Rolls-Royce Construction of new plant in Santa Cruz (Turbogener...
Source: SINAVAL
1.430
18.000
25.000
39.155
1.900
19.000
40.000
62.000
70.000
100.000
1960 1970 1976 1979 2000 2006 2007 20...
28.823
1.2074.031
18.498
6.360
1.052 656
38 470
Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo
Santa Catarina
Rio Grande do Sul
Pernambuco
Bahia...
RiodeJaneiro–Shipbuilding
andOffshoreIndustry
22Shipyardsrepresenting:
• 50%ofBrazilian’sworkforce;
• 55%ofthesteelconsume...
Investments
• Oil production
1.4 million barrels / day (74% of the national
production)
• Gas production
27 million m3/ day (35% of th...
0,0
1,0
2,0
3,0
4,0
5,0
6,0
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Brasil Rio de Janeiro
Brazil: 1.9 MM barrels/day
Rio d...
• Reserves: 80 billion barrels of light oil
• Investments: US$ 1 Tri
• Pre-Salt Extension: 800 km
• Three basins:
• Espíri...
 Important center for post graduate education
 (50 PhDs per 100,000 inhabitants)
 Strong professional education network...
TechnologicalDevelopment
TechnologyPark-UFRJ
Fonte: UFRJ (2013)
Sapucaia
MangaratibaAngra
dos Reis
Parati
Rio de
Janeiro
Niterói
Saquarema Arraial do
Cabo
Cabo Frio
Armação
de Búzios
Rio...
Main Projects
São João da Barra
CamposTrês Rios
Macaé
Naval Caju
São Pedro da Aldeia
Médio
Paraíba
Metropolitana
Serrana
Noroeste
Centro...
Açu
DISãoJoãodaBarra
Maricá
Preliminaryperspective
POLINAVI–IndustrialLogisticPoleof Ship
Parts,OffshoreandSubseaof
RiodeJaneiro’sState
Useful lot – 2.019.000 m²
Infrastruct...
ZEN4 – Area Industrial
highway
new Highways
shipyard
STX OSV
BR Offshore Logistics
and support base
Terminal
Alupar
shipya...
• Investment of U$ 8.4 billion
• Employment generation 200.000 direct and indirect jobs
• Capacity to process 165,000 barr...
PortoMaravilha
• Fruit Production
• Ornamental
Stones
• Foresty
Development
Primary
Sector
• Automotive
• Steel Industry
• Shipyards
• Pe...
2011
450-year
anniversary
20122013201420152016
Rio + 20
Agenda&GlobalVisibility
Thank you!
codin@codin.rj.gov.br
www.codin.rj.gov.br
Tel: +55 (21) 2334-1400
Fax: +55 (21) 2334-1416
OurContacts:
gabinete...
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IGEF 2013: Presentación de Alexandre Gurgel, Director de Desarrollo Industrial y Políticas Públicas, Compañía del Desarrollo del Estado de Río de Janeiro

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  1. 1. Policy Development with Local Content and Infrastructure Investment energetic ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENERGY, INDUSTRY AND SERVICES STATE SECRETARIAT
  2. 2. With 45 years of experience, CODIN is the gateway for local and foreign investors and acts as a consulting office, providing support to those who are interested in investing in Rio de Janeiro. Our marketing expertise allows a personalized assistance, responsible for analyzing and helping to provide tax benefits and financial credits. CODIN
  3. 3. Rio de Janeiro that you already know or have heard about...
  4. 4. ...and the Rio de Janeiro that you should also know about: A fast growing economy with plenty of business opportunities.
  5. 5. Panorama Fonte: IBGE/FMI(2012), estimativas SEDEIS Location: Southeast of Brazil (55% of national GDP) Area 43,696 km2 (0.5% of the Brazilian territory) Population 16 MM (8.4% of total) GDP US$ 240 Bi (10.8% of Brazil’s GDP) US$ 15,000 (GDP per capita)
  6. 6. GrossDomesticProduct PerCapita •Purchase Power Parity Cross-country comparison with the State of Rio de Janeiro Source: IMF / IBGE (2011) Korea Taiwan Chile Brazil Mexico China 22,80 20,5020,10 15,00 14,23 12,90 12,80 10,90 10,20 8,10 5,40 1,40 US$mil US$ (thousand)
  7. 7. April 2008 May 2008 June 2011 March 2010 December 2011 BBB - BBB - Baa 2 BBB - BBB- A new moment in the economy InvestmentGrade
  8. 8. 31,0 28,1 30,3 32,7 23,4 35,2 54,3 70,2 100,6 100,5 0,0 20,0 40,0 60,0 80,0 100,0 120,0 InvestmentsForecast Source: Decisão Rio (Firjan) A new moment of investmentsUS$ Bi
  9. 9. Sapucaia Resende MangaratibaAngra dos Reis Parati Rio de Janeiro Niterói Saquarem a Arraial do Cabo Cabo Frio Armação de Búzios Rio das Ostras Macaé Quissamã Campos dos Goytacazes S.João da Barra Italva S. Antonio de Pádua Itaperun a B. Jesus de Itabapoana Porciúncula NORTE NOROESTE SERRANA BAIXADAS LITORÂNEAS CENTRO-SUL METROPOLITANA COSTA VERDE MÉDIO PARAÍBA Highways – 27.000 Km Raillways – 3.000 Km 7 Ports ESPÍRITO SANTO OCEÂNO ATLÂNTICOBR-101 Santos – 535Km BR-116 São Paulo – 429 Km BR-040 Belo Horizonte – 434Km BR-101 Vitória – 514 Km Salvador – 1654Km BR-116 - 10 Domestic - 02 Internacional 12 Airports InfrastructureandLogistis
  10. 10. Local Content
  11. 11. Local Content • The share of participation of domestic industry in providing goods and services for a certain enterprise; • Goals of Program, elaborated together with companies from sector, will lead the maximization of participation of domestic industry in providing goods and services; • Competitive and sustainable basis, attending national and international demands; • It involves to generate employment and income in the Country, by adding value in the local production chain.
  12. 12. Business Plan Petrobras 2013-2017 Source:Petrobras Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry and offshore Industry 2013-2017 Period - US$ 236,7 Billion E&P 2012-2016 Period - US$ 131.6 Billion (*) (*) Not including International E&P investments
  13. 13. Drilling Rig Systems Production Systems Supply boats Jacket and TLWP Tankers 65 94 568 83 148 E&P demand of Petrobras and Transpetro (Until 2020) Source:Petrobras/Transpetro Brazilian Shipbuilding and offshore Industry
  14. 14. Brazilian Shipyards Scenario Source: SINAVAL Order Book – general Type Quantity Production platforms 13 Constrution and Integration of modules 16 Drilling Rigs 28 Container Ships 3 Bulk carriers 5 Offshore support vessels 73 Product vessels 16 Tankers 26 Bunker ships 7 Gas tankers 17 Convoys (tugboat + barges) 142 Military vessels 10 Port tugs 17 Total 373 Brazilian Shipbuilding and Offshore Industry
  15. 15. LocalContent 57,0% 62,2% 70,0% 74,3% 75,4% 75,6% 75,6% 74,6% 74,8% 0,0% 10,0% 20,0% 30,0% 40,0% 50,0% 60,0% 70,0% 80,0% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source:PROMINP Local Content (%) Years
  16. 16. Type Local Import Tanker 70,8% 29,2% OSV 61% 39% FPSO 64,2% 35,80% Most critical items for shipyards: Propulsion Motor above 650 HP; Cargo and ballast pumps; Navigation, communication and safety equipment. Source:SINAVAL LocalContentforshipsandplatforms
  17. 17. LocalContent-OffshoreCompaniesbuilding capacityinBrazil Source:PETROBRAS Products Projects in Brazil Subsea Pipelines NKT Flexibles New flexible pipe plant in Brasil in 2013. Technip Installation of new plant. Wellstream Current plant expansion in 2013 (60% capacity increase). Prysimian Plant expansion to produce flexible pipes. Butting Construction of a new plant for the production of pipelines. Umbilicals Duco and Nexanz Ongoing discussions to establish new plants in Brazil. Oceaneering (MSD) Current manufacturing capacity will double by early 2013. MFX 80% expansion in manufacturing capcaity by 2013. Subsea Equipment Aker Increase of manufacturing capacity. FMC Increase of manufacturing capacity and construction of a technology center. GE Expansion of the Jandira Plant and the construction of a new unit. Cameron Industrial Expansion.
  18. 18. Source:PETROBRAS Products Projects in Brazil Turbomachines Rolls-Royce Construction of new plant in Santa Cruz (Turbogenerators). Dresser-Rand Construction of new unit in Santa Bárbara do Oeste (Turbocompressors). Offshore cranes MEP Pellegrini Working trough partnerships, ongoiing discussions to establish new plant in Brazil. Drill pipes V&M do Brasil Adapting current units to manufacture pipes. CRA Tubing V&M do Brasil Capacity to produce high corrosion-resistant alloys. High diameter pipes USIMINAS Current units under qualification. Offshore steel structures Metasa Industrial expansions. Automation Emerson Industrial expansion to assemble equipment in Brazil. LocalContent-OffshoreCompaniesbuilding capacityinBrazil
  19. 19. Source: SINAVAL 1.430 18.000 25.000 39.155 1.900 19.000 40.000 62.000 70.000 100.000 1960 1970 1976 1979 2000 2006 2007 2012 2013 2017 Shipbuilding Industry Employment and Offshore Industry – Historical Series BrazilianShipbuildingIndustry andOffshoreIndustry
  20. 20. 28.823 1.2074.031 18.498 6.360 1.052 656 38 470 Rio de Janeiro São Paulo Santa Catarina Rio Grande do Sul Pernambuco Bahia Ceará Sergipe Pará Employment BrazilianShipbuildingIndustry andOffshoreIndustry Source:SINAVAL/SEDEIS
  21. 21. RiodeJaneiro–Shipbuilding andOffshoreIndustry 22Shipyardsrepresenting: • 50%ofBrazilian’sworkforce; • 55%ofthesteelconsumedin thecountry’sshipyards. Source:SINAVAL/SEDEIS
  22. 22. Investments
  23. 23. • Oil production 1.4 million barrels / day (74% of the national production) • Gas production 27 million m3/ day (35% of the national production) • Self sufficient in electricity Installed capacity: 8,800 MW  Under construction Seropédica Power Plant: 530 kW Angra III Nuclear Power Plant: 1,350 MW EnergySupply
  24. 24. 0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 6,0 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Brasil Rio de Janeiro Brazil: 1.9 MM barrels/day Rio de Janeiro: 1.4 MM barrels/day (73% of national production) Sources: ANP. Forecast: SEDEIS* Includes pre-salt oil reserves OilProduction
  25. 25. • Reserves: 80 billion barrels of light oil • Investments: US$ 1 Tri • Pre-Salt Extension: 800 km • Three basins: • Espírito Santo • Campos • Santos Pre-SaltOilPerspectives
  26. 26.  Important center for post graduate education  (50 PhDs per 100,000 inhabitants)  Strong professional education network  6 technological education institutions  18 universities  22 technological centers  Research centers:  Biomedical  Engineering  Energy:  Oil and Gas  Electricity Metropolitana Noroeste Norte Serrana Baixadas Litorâneas Médio-Paraíba Centro-Sul Fluminense Costa Verde Legend Universities University Centers Technological Education Centers HumanResources Sources: MEC, CNPQ
  27. 27. TechnologicalDevelopment TechnologyPark-UFRJ Fonte: UFRJ (2013)
  28. 28. Sapucaia MangaratibaAngra dos Reis Parati Rio de Janeiro Niterói Saquarema Arraial do Cabo Cabo Frio Armação de Búzios Rio das Ostras Macaé Quissamã Campos dos Goytacazes S.João da Barra Italva S. Antonio de Pádua Itaperuna B. Jesus de Itabapoana Porciúncula NORTE NOROESTE SERRANA BAIXADAS LITORÂNEAS CENTRO-SUL COSTA VERDE MÉDIO PARAÍBA METROPOLITANA ESPÍRITO SANTO OCEÂNO ATLÂNTICO Infrastructure US$ 24,2 Bi Industry Transformation US$ 19,2 Bi Olympic Games US$ 4,1 Bi Tourism US$ 0,9 Bi Petrobras US$ 51,0 Bi Petrobras US$ 51 Bi Nissan US$ 1,3 Bi PSA Peugeot US$ 0,8 Bi Shipyard OSX US$ 3 Bi Marine Supply Base US$ 1 Bi Gerdau US$ 0,6 Bi Hospitality US$ 0,7 BiEvents US$ 4,1 Bi Transport US$ 3,5 Bi Açu Port US$ 1,4 Bi Rio Port US$ 0,7 Bi Total Investiments 2012 - 2014 US$ 100 Bi MajorInvestmentProjects
  29. 29. Main Projects
  30. 30. São João da Barra CamposTrês Rios Macaé Naval Caju São Pedro da Aldeia Médio Paraíba Metropolitana Serrana Noroeste Centro- Sul Baixadas Litorâneas Costa Verde Norte São Gonçalo Quatis Automotivo Resende POLINAVESanta Cruz Palmares Caxias Queimados Paciência Campo Grande Ilha Bom Jesus Nova Iguaçu Naval Niterói Volta Redonda Barra Mansa Logístico Cabo Frio Arco Metropolitano Posse Especial Nissan Newprojects
  31. 31. Açu
  32. 32. DISãoJoãodaBarra
  33. 33. Maricá Preliminaryperspective
  34. 34. POLINAVI–IndustrialLogisticPoleof Ship Parts,OffshoreandSubseaof RiodeJaneiro’sState Useful lot – 2.019.000 m² Infrastructure – 301.000 m² Expansion Area – 325.000 m² PreservationArea – 1.310.000 m² (33%)
  35. 35. ZEN4 – Area Industrial highway new Highways shipyard STX OSV BR Offshore Logistics and support base Terminal Alupar shipyard Eisa Shipyard Cassinu shipyard BR Offshore Infraestrutura Navigation Channel Sand by pass BR Offshore Shipyard repairs BarradoFurado
  36. 36. • Investment of U$ 8.4 billion • Employment generation 200.000 direct and indirect jobs • Capacity to process 165,000 barrels of oil per day COMPERJ-PetrochemicalComplexinRiodeJaneiro
  37. 37. PortoMaravilha
  38. 38. • Fruit Production • Ornamental Stones • Foresty Development Primary Sector • Automotive • Steel Industry • Shipyards • Petrochemical • Oil & Gas Industry • Reinsurance • Tourism • Hotels • Information Technology • Entertainmen • Film Production • Concerts Services • Real Estate • Sanitation • High Speed Train • Airport Infrastructure OpportunitiesinRiodeJaneiro
  39. 39. 2011 450-year anniversary 20122013201420152016 Rio + 20 Agenda&GlobalVisibility
  40. 40. Thank you! codin@codin.rj.gov.br www.codin.rj.gov.br Tel: +55 (21) 2334-1400 Fax: +55 (21) 2334-1416 OurContacts: gabinete@desenvolvimento.rj.gov.br www.desenvolvimento.rj.gov.br Tel: +55 (21) 2332-8311 Fax: +55 (21) 2332-8316

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