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Emerging Opportunities in Port Sector : 

Emerging Opportunities in Port Sector By A. K. Mohapatra Secretary, Department of Shipping, Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport &Highways

Present Status of Ports in India : 

Present Status of Ports in India Major Ports – under Government of India 12 Major Ports 259 berths about 75% of total traffic Cargo handled – 423 MT (2005-06) Non-Major Ports -under State Governments 187 Non Major Ports (61 cargo handling); 97 berths about 25% of total traffic Cargo handled – 150 MT (2005-06) Total Cargo handled-573 MT (2005-06)

Where do we go ? : 

Where do we go ? Present Capacity 2005-06 : 660MT Projected Traffic 2011-12 : 1011MT 2013-14 : 1225MT Required Capacity 2011-12 : 1300MT 2013-14 : 1600MT 2016-17 : 2000MT

Policy Framework for PPP : 

Policy Framework for PPP Private sector participation and Joint Ventures permitted under Major Port Trusts Act Comprehensive Guidelines 1996 Joint Venture Guidelines 1998 Model Bidding Documents 2000 (including Model Licence Agreement) New Model Concession Agreement with further refinements on the anvil.

Policy Framework for PPP : 

Policy Framework for PPP 100% FDI Open Competitive Bidding Lease Period of BOT upto 30 years Independent Tariff Regulatory Authority All areas of port operation open for Private Sector Participation

Private Investment - Present Status : 

Private Investment - Present Status Already Operational 15 projects - Rs. 4,732 cr ( $ 1052 m) 7 Container terminals 4 Liquid cargo berths 4 Dry bulk cargo berths Under Implementation 4 projects - Rs. 2,529 cr ( $ 562 m) 1 Container terminal 1 Liquid cargo berth 2 Dry bulk cargo berths

Private Investment - Present Status : 

Private Investment - Present Status Major International Players Maersk A/S Port of Singapore Authority Dubai Ports International P&O Ports Australia Pty Ltd ( now Dubai Ports World) M/s Portia Management Services Ltd. U.K. IQ Martrade Management & Holding GmbH,Germany

National Maritime Development Programme 2011-12 - Ports : 

National Maritime Development Programme 2011-12 - Ports Total 276 projects Rs 55,800 cr ( $12.4 billion) Private Investment anticipated Rs 34,515 cr ( $ 7.67 billion)

National Maritime Development Programme 2011-12 : 

National Maritime Development Programme 2011-12

PPP Projects-Berth Development : 

PPP Projects-Berth Development 2006-07 15 Projects - Rs 4,620 cr ( $ 1027m) Three Projects Awarded and Two under Award 2007-08 10 Projects - Rs 10,448 cr ( $ 2322m) One under Award 2008-12 33 Projects Identified

PPP Projects on Offer 2006-07 : 

PPP Projects on Offer 2006-07 Co contd

PPP Projects on Offer 2006-07 : 

PPP Projects on Offer 2006-07

PPP Projects on Offer 2007-08 : 

PPP Projects on Offer 2007-08 contd

PPP Projects on Offer 2007-08 : 

PPP Projects on Offer 2007-08

PPP Projects on Offer 2008-12 : 

PPP Projects on Offer 2008-12

Development of Common Infrastructure : 

Development of Common Infrastructure Capital Dredging Port connectivity

Capital Dredging for Major Ports : 

Capital Dredging for Major Ports Target Draught : 14m to 17m Projects in JNPT, Paradip, Mumbai, Tuticorin, Ennore, and Vishakhapatnam are underway

Port Connectivity : 

Port Connectivity Road Each Major Port to have minimum 4-lane road connectivity 9 projects – under implementation 299.42 kms Total cost of Rs.1859 cr. Rail Each Major Port to have double line rail connectivity 8 projects – under implementation 961.56 kms Total cost of Rs 2118.84 cr. Dedicated High Axle Load Freight Corridor on Western and Eastern routes

Non-Major Ports : 

Non-Major Ports Immense Potential Projects for Greenfield Ports, Captive Facilities, Expansion and Upgradation of Existing Facilities on the anvil

Non-Major Ports - Some Important Projects : 

Non-Major Ports - Some Important Projects

Other Important Projects : 

Other Important Projects Indian Maritime University Two International Size Shipyards to be set up Investment in Inland Water Transport Infrastructure

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