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Old July 28th, 2013, 11:47 AM   #41
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Ranco’s Integrated Port-cum-SEZ will harness Upstream Servicing

The new Port-cum-Special Economic Zone project in Gujarat on the West coast of India will bring in vibrancy in the Indian oil and gas offshore sector
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Ranco’s Integrated Port-cum-SEZ, set to take shape on the Gujarat coast is touted to create a sea-change in the upstream E & P operations on the Indian offshore. This unique venture being put up by Mumbai-based Ranco Energy and Projects Pvt. Ltd., (REPPL, part of Ranco Energy Group) will focus on the oil and gas operations mainly in the offshore segment. According to sources a lot of interest has already got generated among oil majors, offshore companies and other potential EPC contractors wanting to set up their facilities in the SEZ.

Ranco Energy Group had signed two MoUs during the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2013. One was with the Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) and another with GICC (under GIDB) for developing an Integrated Port-Cum-SEZ Project (IPSEZ) and Cold Storage & Warehousing Projects (CS&W), respectively in Gujarat. The IPSEZ project for the Energy, Mining & Infrastructure (EMI) sectors will serve as dedicated supply base for heavy equipment and pre–fabricated structures that are to be imported for execution of mega–EMI projects. A part of the port infrastructure will also is dedicated to facilitate imports & trans-shipment of coal for satisfying the requirements of power generation and steel making sectors.

Rajesh Sonpal, Managing Director of REPPL pointed out, “An overwhelming majority of the capabilities in the Indian upstream offshore are sourced internationally. Again, if you look at Jebel Ali, most of the workforce is Indian. If these professionals started to operate at our SEZ and have all the fabrication done at the SEZ, the cost of manufacturing would be less than half of what it costs to undertake at Jebel Ali or other such dedicated shore-based SEZ facilities’ in the Arabian Sea - Indian Ocean Rim nations. As we will also be bringing in a lot of the manufacturing capabilities along with the designing and the software support and after combining all this and then adding the cost of land the cost for manufacturing will come down by almost 40 per cent of what it takes to manufacture in other comparable locations.”
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Old August 1st, 2013, 07:49 AM   #42
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KPT floats global tender for mega terminal at Tuna port

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Kandla Port Trust(KPT) has floated tenders for India’s biggest container terminal at Tuna port. The project was approved in Kandla Port Trust meeting this week.

According to KPT Chairman PD Vaghela, the mega container terminal(MCT) will come up over an area of two square kilometers. Global tenders are floated for this Rs. 6,000 crore project. Once ready, the terminal shall be capable of handling 61 million tonne containers.
Thanks to 17.02 meter draft, the proposed terminal will be able to handle large ships of 15,000 to 18,000 capacity. The project will be executed through public private partnership(PPP) model. It will be offered on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis, with a 30-year concession available to the operator. Major national and international companies are likely to take interest in this mega project. Interested parties will be required to submit a feasibility study including details of the total investment required and projected revenues. KPT expects to have a partner in place by the end of the next financial year and has set a final date for Expression of Interests (EoI) for April 2nd. The project shall be completed by September 2017. Road and raiway line will be developed in further stage.


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Old August 8th, 2013, 10:17 AM   #43
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Gujarat Pipavav to invest Rs 1100 Cr to double capacity

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The Danish APM Terminals-owned Gujarat Pipavav Port (GPPL), which runs India’s first private port at Pipavav, is planning to double the container capacity and setup tank farms at an investment of Rs 1,100 crore in the next two years.

Prakash Tulsiani, manging director of GPPL, told Financial Chronicle that the company will spend around Rs 800 crore on increasing the container capacity from the existing 850,000 twenty foot equivalent units of containers (TEUs) to 1.5 million TEUs in the next two year period. “The company would increase the length of existing container jetty to 735 meters from the present 385 meters. While the road connectivity to the main port is being redone, the work at the water front would start by the end of monsoon,” said Tulsiani.

The company is also leasing out vast amount of land to three companies to develop the tank farms at the port. The investments worth Rs 300 crore would come from the developers. “The operations at the jetty would be taken care by GPPL the tank farms would be operated by the companies setting up the farms. There would be 50 tanks set up by each firm taking the total capacity to around 1 million tonne,” said Tulsiani.

“The funds for the expansion purpose have already been signed with International Finance Corporation (IFC) — Rs 700 crore as debt — the remaining Rs 100 crore has been raised via private placement to qualified institutional buyers (QIBs),” noted Tulsiani.

At a time when the shipping sector is down and the overal trade is affected due to global slowdown and drop in demand. The company has done better than the average, and have received new business.

In terms of bulk capacities the port has two berths, but one is used as multi purpose berth and is currently being used by the container segment. Once the expansion is complete the container segment will move out from the multi-purpose berth that would then be used by bulk segment.

“We have seen the coal cargo grow year to date by 10 to 12 per cent that is for the first two quarters of the current year (January to December), while on quarter to quarter basis the cargo have risen by 300 per cent. The growth is also on account of government allowing 100 per cent through to the power producers generating power on imported coal,” said Tulsiani.

Even the fertiliser cargo is expected to grow in the current year due to good monsoon, he said.

“Overall there will be growth in the port sector in line with the growth in GDP but it would be a subdued growth,” said Tulsiani about the industry.
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Old December 1st, 2013, 08:06 AM   #44
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Swan Energy gets state nod for LNG terminal in Jafrabad

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Gandhinagar: After the failed first attempt to enter the energy sector,Mumbai-based Swan Energy Ltd has finally got Gujarat governments final go-ahead to set up Indias first floating LNG terminal near Jafrabad in Amreli district.

SEL,which is engaged in textiles and real estate industry,has received the letter of intent (LOI) from the state government for its Rs 4,149 crore facility to come up in Bhakodar village close to Jafrabad.

All decks have been cleared for the company to start the construction of the LNG terminal.We have issued a letter of intent, a senior government official told TOI,adding SEL has also received all clearances from the Union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF).

SEL managing director Nikhil Merchant was unavailable for comments as he was abroad.
SEL has joined hands with Canadas Teekay Corp to set up the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) off Jafrabad coast.

SEL will hold 51 per cent stake in the LNG company,while Teekay will have 38 per cent.The remaining 11 per cent will be held by state-owned Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC).

SEL has signed gas off-take agreement with GSPC and Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) for long-term utilization of the facility.The regasified LNG will be supplied to the gas grid,which is just a km away from the proposed location.The all-weather direct berthing terminal will be constructed with an investment of Rs 4,149 crore,70 per cent of which will be financed through debt.It will have a capacity of 10 million metric tones per annum (mmpta).Sources said the terminal is expected to be ready by September 2016.

SEL has won the project after GMB adopted the Swiss Challenge (comparative bidding) bidding method.However,no other companies came up to match SELs bid.
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Old December 22nd, 2013, 01:43 AM   #45
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RIL-BP front-runner for 25% stake in Mundra LNG terminal

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Reliance Industries-BP combine is leading the race for picking up 25 per cent stake in Gujarat government's planned LNG import terminal at Mundra, officials said.

India Gas Solutions Pvt Ltd - the equal joint venture between the Mukesh Ambani-led firm and Europe's second largest oil firm - is among the three companies shortlisted by Gujarat government for giving out 25 per cent stake in the Mundra terminal.

State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) and Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) are the other two firms shortlisted, officials said on the sidelines of 8th Asia Gas Partnership Summit here.

Initially 8 firms including state gas utility GAIL India had expressed interest to buy 25 per cent stake in the 5 million tonnes a year liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal being planned by the state government owned Gujarat State Petroleum Corp (GSPC).

The official said GSPC is likely to finalise the partner in next few days.

"Essentially, GSPC is looking at a partner which can bring in LNG, can consume the imported liquid gas as well and market the fuel," he said adding RIL-BP fits the bill perfectly.

BP is a producer and trader of LNG while RIL's twin refineries at Jamnagar in Gujarat as well as its large petrochemical plants are huge consumers of gas. The duo are also marketers of gas in the country.

IOC and ONGC, on the other hand, are only consumers of the fuel.

Experts wonder why GAIL was left out because it unlike RIL has experience of operating LNG terminal and is owner of majority of the nation's gas pipeline network. GAIL, which has aggressively tied up LNG supplies from US to Russia, is the biggest marketer of gas in the country.

Besides the three, other firms which had expressed interest included Petronet LNG Ltd, Torrent Energy, Japan's Mitsui & Co and Toyota Tsusho, the official said.

GSPC would hold 50 per cent stake in the Rs. 5,200 crore project while Adani Group would take 25 per cent. The project is to be financed in a debt to equity ratio of 70:30.


The terminal capacity would be expandable up to 10 million tonnes per annum.


Sources said most of the companies that have expressed interest, want to import their own liquid gas (LNG) and sell it to consumers in the vastly energy deficit country.
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Confirmation of Mundra officially overtaking Kandla as largest port by overall traffic, Mundra also rapidly pulling away from Chennai for container traffic, now 50% ahead despite only passing it for the first time last year.
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