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Old June 26th, 2011, 08:04 PM   #1
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Mangalore-Udupi SEZs| Small/Medium/Large Scale Industries

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Mangalore SEZ Ltd (MSEZ) is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) established in February 2006 to develop Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) to bolster the economic growth of the area. MSEZ is promoted by the Central & State Governments, industrial groups and financial institutions. The MSEZ project is proposed over a total area of 3985 acres of land of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. Currently 1800 acres is already in possession of MSEZ of which 1453 acres has been notified as sector specific SEZ (Petroleum & Petrochemicals)

The Company has begun basic preparations for the SEZ by providing planned roads to give access to industries coming under the target zones within the SEZ. In the Processing Zone of MSEZ, it is proposed to have two categories of industries namely a) Petrochemical/Petroleum Industries (presently) and b) General purpose multi-product industries (subsequently). The non-processing area of the SEZ will host various infrastructure and amenities including housing, offices, educational & health facilities etc.

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Proposed extent of land of Mangalore SEZ is 3985 acres for a general purpose multi-product SEZ. Currently Notified as sector specific (Petrochemicals and Petroleum) SEZ, it is proposed to upgrade the same to multi-product SEZ once the necessary additional land is in possession.










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Mumbai, Mar 15: Engineering and construction major, Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) has bagged a Rs 2035 crore-worth project from ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd (OMPL).

Under this project, L&T will be setting up an Aromatics Complex at the Mangalore SEZ and it involves nine process units including Naphtha Hydro-Treating unit, Continuous Catalytic Regeneration and Platforming unit, PAREX Unit, ISOMAR unit.

In a statement released on Monday, Mar 15, L&T informed that the project shall be executed as an EPC contract, and is expected to be ready for commissioning by Dec 2012.
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Mangalore SEZ is on track: ONGC chairman
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Despite opposition from the local residents in and around Mangalore for acquisition of land, the proposed Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) would be completed as scheduled, a top ONGC official said.

““We are aware of all issues like land acquisition for the project. In any big project problems like these are bound to happen. We are appropriately taking care of it. We have acquired 2,300 acres already and the balance land will be acquired very soon,” R S Sharma, chairman and managing director, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) said.

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of Quality Summit organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), here today, he said the company would overcome problems of land acquisition and complete the project.

The MSEZ project, initiated in 2006 by ONGC, the principal promoter, is expected to see an investment of close to Rs 35,000 crore once it is completed.

Currently, massive construction activity is going on in Mangalore and by March 2012, the company has set a clear roadmap to commission the project including the Mangalore refinery and petrochemicals complex, he said.

Commenting on the opposition by Pejavar Mutt head, Vishveshatheertha Swamiji for land acquisition for the expansion of MSEZ, Sharma said, “MSEZ is moving on the right direction. There are no major concerns. Because of the reputation of the ONGC we do get audience at the highest level. I will be meeting the top bureaucrats of the state government today and raise the issues with them and sort out.”

However, he said there is no deadline for this project. The investments are flowing on the right direction. IL&FS, the equity partner in the project is taking care of the funding requirements, he added.

“All the lump sum turnkey contracts (LSTK) have been awarded. We are also putting up single point mooring (SPM) so that the refinery is able to improve the margins. I can only say that the progress is extremely satisfactory,” he said
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Mangalore SEZ unfolds Rs. 3,100cr expansion

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The developers of multi products Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) have chalked out an ambitious capacity addition plans spreading across an area of 3,638 acres in a phased manner involving a whopping investment of Rs. 3,100 crore. In the first phase of expansion, the company will take up the development of an area of 1,638 acres at an investment of Rs. 1,400 crore, whereas the second phase will cover 2,000 acres at a cost of Rs. 1,700cr.

According to sources, the MSEZ, which is being jointly promoted by central and state governments along with IL&FS and KCCI, the first phase of the SEZ is expected to attract an overall investment of Rs. 16,000cr of which execution of investments of Rs. 6,700cr is currently underway. This included an investment of Rs. 5,700cr by ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals (OMPL) and Rs. 1,000cr by Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves (ISPRL). In addition, negotiations are currently underway for another investment worth Rs. 3,000cr, besides about 10 other companies have expressed their willingness to set up industrial units and related projects in the SEZ.

Meeting the power requirement of the industrial units located in the tax free enclave, the developers are setting up 220 kv main receiving sub-stations connecting to the national grid and they would be located adjacent to the SEZ area and have inked an agreement with ONGC Tripura Power Corporation for wheeling 98mw of power to the MSEZ. The OMPL, which is a joint venture company of ONGC and MRPL, has planned an aromatics plant on an area of 442 acres where commercial production will be started in 2013. Apart from other facilities, Mangalore is ideally located offering excellent connectivity to all forms of transport and is close to three national highways apart from being equipped with dedicated pipeline cum road corridor connection MSEZ to new Mangalore Port, they added.
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Old June 27th, 2011, 09:39 AM   #6
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MSEZ 1400 acres will be given back

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A meeting lead by Karnataka CM has decided to take back notification of 1400 acres of MSEZ II stage.

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Old June 28th, 2011, 04:52 PM   #7
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Mangalore will be developed to a great extent when msez becomes operational
Msez can create lot of jobs,it will boost the capacity of mangalore port,more and more cargo will be generated for export,mangalore with advantage of having both international port and airport need such a huge investment project which can create a lot of cargo for export
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What will happen to the projects planned under the second phase? Is this news confirmed ?
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Nethraavathi water for Industries: First Jackwell works started in Bollaje


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The jackwell works to lift Nethravathi water for MSEZ use has started in Bollaje of Sarapady village. Bollaje Jackwell is 1 km away from Shambur AMR dam. One jackwell is 65 feet deep and another jackwell is 100 feet away at river bed itself. Water will be pumped to Jackribettu plant to pump away further with more pressure. Nobody knows about this project including the local MLA inspite of promises for transparency. The locals farmers are worried that ground water level will go down due to excessive pumping of water for industries. The SEZ officials do not have information on any of issues like land submersion, land acquisition, safety, accident, religious, social, agriculture. The officials have told locals to inform any problem occuring only after the completion of the project. The locals are demanding for payment of compensation for these losses before cointinuing the works.

Land Denotification: Pejavar seer threatens indefinite fast
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Mangalore SEZ land goes,

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Within hours of the seer of the Pejawar mutt, Udupi, Vishvesha Theertha Swamiji, threatening a fast against the acquisition of land for the multi-purpose industrial Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ) the state government on Tuesday evening denotified 1,997 acres earmarked for acquisition for the SEZ.

Earlier in the day, minister for large and medium industries, Murugesh Nirani, said, “I have discussed the issue with the chief minister. We have decided to denotify the land.” Nirani explained,

“The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board had issued preliminary notification for acquisition of 3,000 acres of land in 2004-05. This was meant for the development of the Mangalore SEZ’s first phase. Of the 3,000 acres, a final notification for the acquisition of 1,800 acres was issued after farmers agreed to give up their land. A preliminary notification had also been issued for the multi-purpose industrial SEZ, for the acquisition of 2,035 acres. Of this, 38 acres were government land. About 1,997 acres will now be denotified.” Later in the evening, the government issued the denotification order.

Vishvesha Theertha Swamiji had threatened to go on an indefinite fast from Wednesday if the state government did not denotify 2,035 acres of agricultural land earmarked to be acquired for the Mangalore SEZ.

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Meanwhile, the managing director of the Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ), Rajiv Banga, said, “I am yet to get any communication from the government. There are procedures to denotify land. The MSEZ was a special-purpose vehicle, constituted by the Government of India. At present, the MSEZ has 1,600 acres. To become a multi-product SEZ, under the law, the SEZ should have not less than 2,500 acres. Presently, ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Limited (OMPL) and the Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited (ISPRL) have already started coming up with their plants. Three more companies have signed memoranda.”
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MSEZ Phase 2 has no environmental clearance

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The MSEZ, which was originally scheduled to come up on about 4,000 acres of land in and around Permude, Kalavaru, Bajpe, Thenka Ekkaru and Delanthabettu in Dakshina Kannada district with a total investment of nearly Rs. 35,000 crore in two phases, has not received any environmental clearance.

The Union Environment Ministry too has refused to grant environmental approval for Phase 2 of the MSEZ as many downstream petrochemical units are expected to come up in the zone.

It is said that the Union Ministry's decision was based on the recommendation of a specially constituted committee that had visited the project site to study the environmental challenges that lay ahead.

Apart from the petrochemical units, several pharmaceutical, textile and garment units are also planned for Phase 2 of MSEZ, it was said.

It is another matter that the relief and rehabilitation package offered by MSEZ has been categorised as one of the best in the country and several State Governments have been asked to follow the Karnataka example.

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Earlier, addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, head of the Pejawar Math Visvesha Tirtha Swami threatened to go on an indefinite hunger strike from Wednesday if the State Government failed to keep its promise of withdrawing the notification.

He had earlier set July 10 as the deadline for starting the fast and had postponed it following the Chief Minister's assurance.

He said that no new projects should be approved in the Mangalore belt without a survey of their carrying capacity.
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No land acquisition for MSEZ Phase 2

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Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa has directed the Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB) to stop acquisition of land for Phase 2 of the Mangalore Special Economic Zone (MSEZ).

Sources in the office of the Chief Minister told The Hindu that directions had been issued to the KIADB to immediately withdraw the preliminary notification to acquire 2,035 acres of land.

People of Dakshina Kannada district have been opposed to Phase 2 of the MSEZ since they would be dispossessed of fertile agricultural land.

Mr. Yeddyurappa, who is in New Delhi to meet the Prime Minister, was reportedly told that the head of the Pejawar Math, Sri Visvesha Tirtha, had threatened to begin an indefinite fast from Wednesday if the Government failed to yield to his demand to withdraw the preliminary notification by Tuesday.

The Pejawar Swami told The Hindu that he would announce his decision (on whether he would go ahead with the fast or call it off) in Mangalore on Wednesday since he was yet to receive a copy of the Government Order. (Government sources said a copy of the order would be handed over to him).

A few months ago, Dakshina District district in-charge Minister J. Krishna Palemar had voiced his concern over the acquisition of fertile land for Phase 2 of the MSEZ and said that the local people would resist it if the KIADB went ahead in implementing the acquisition notification.
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Carrying capacity of the district
They have been talking about this for 15 years
Has anyone done anything?

Many of the industries proposed in the second phase were non petrochemical ,mainly IT ,garments.I am not sure though.I am aginst fertile land being converted though
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MSEZ can still purchase the land directly. They can definitely purchase all lands adjacent to first phase from the owners who are willing to sell them. Only thing is they will not get land at subsidized rate and take it forcefully.

As such the first phase has less potential to generate jobs and more adverse to environment. The second phase has more potential to generate jobs. And industries like IT, garment, etc would not do much damage to environment although pharmaceutical, textile could be pollutant. They can exclude pollutant industries like pharmaceutical, textile, etc and come up with a industrial zone somewhere were owners are willing to give up land. Not sure whether they can use 38 acres government land for afforestation as per requirement of 33% green zone if this land is in isolated places going against SEZ rules. People adjacent to ISPRL were fed up of noise and hoping that MSEZ will purchase their land. There should be non-noise making industries and green zone as a buffer between residential zone and noise making industries.
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Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilisers will manufacture urea, basic organic chemicals and other specialty fertilisers in Panabur village of Mangalore district with an investment of Rs 483 Crore, he said.
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KIOCL to invest Rs 452 cr on coke oven battery plant

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The KIOCL Ltd, the public sector exporter of iron ore and pellets, is planning to set up a 300,000 tonnes per annum coke oven plant through a non-recovery route with 25 Mw captive power plant at a cost of Rs 452 crore in Mangalore.

“The board of directors has approved the proposal to set up the new plant at our blast furnace unit in Mangalore. The project is intended mainly for supply of low ash metallurgical coke for the existing blast furnace and the surplus coke would be sold in the market,” K Ranganath, chairman and managing director, KIOCL said.

The project also envisages generation of 25 Mw electricity by utilising the sensible heat of hot flue gases from the ovens. The part power generated would be consumed in blast furnace and the balance in the adjacent pellet plant. Surplus power, as available, if any, will be wheeled to the grid depending upon the comparative advantages, he said in his address to the annual general meeting, here today.
The cost of the project will be funded with a debt : equity ratio of 1:2. KIOCL has already initiated the action for getting the necessary clearances from the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) and KSPCB for the project. Parallely, action is being taken for the appointment of a consultant for providing engineering services for the project.

He said the KIOCL board has also agreed in principle to the formation of a joint venture between KIOCL and RINL towards setting up a ductile iron spun pipe (DISP) plant and oxygen plant among others under forward and backward integration in blast furnace unit.

“A detailed project report for setting up of DISP plant of 100,000 tonnes per annum capacity to produce pipes of sizes ranging from 100 mm dia to 1,000 mm dia. at our blast furnace unit has been prepared by Mecon Ltd and the same will be placed before the KIOCL Board in the forthcoming meeting for approval and implementation,” Ranganath said.

As per the DPR and the market study report, there is good market potential for this value-added products. KIOCL has to implement the same on a fast track basis in order to reap the benefits. Statutory approvals are in place for the project.

To facilitate the movement of inward goods for the plants without any problems, the company is proposing to set up bulk material handling and permanent railway siding system at Mangalore for a capital investment of Rs 303 crore. Land required for the said projects has already been acquired and registered in the name of KIOCL Ltd.

The company has already obtained necessary clearances from the MoEF and Karnataka State Pollution Control Board for the project. However, the board’s approval is awaited for the project, he said.

For year-ended March 31, 2011, KIOCL has reported a net profit of Rs 76.2 crore, showing a year-on-year growth of 143 per cent on a turnover of Rs 1,803.46 crore, a year-on-year growth of 81.67 per cent.
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Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited &(HPCL) has proposed to lay 900 km long pipeline for transportation of bulk LPG from Mangalore to Bangalore via Hassan with a total investment of Rs 610 crore.
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This is in addition to GAIL HPCL planned anything in MSEZ Phase 1?
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This is in addition to GAIL HPCL planned anything in MSEZ Phase 1?
They have mentioned as 900km pipeline, but the distance by road itself is 350km, why the pipeline is triple in length.?
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They have mentioned as 900km pipeline, but the distance by road itself is 350km, why the pipeline is triple in length.?
They normally lay 2-3 pipes in parallel. 3*300= 900 KM
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MCF plans Rs 480 cr expansion

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Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers, the fertiliser wing of the UB Group owned by Vijay Mallya, has received approval from Karnataka government to manufacture urea, basic organic chemicals and other specialty fertilizers in Panabur village of Mangalore district of the state.

The company will invest Rs 483 crore to produce these fertiliser in this fertiliser unit as per the state government.

Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers has a capacity to manufacture 217,800 tonnes of ammonia, 379,500 tonnes of urea, 255,500 tonne of phosphatic fertiliser, 15,330 tonne of ammonium bi-carbonate and 33,000 tonne of sulphuric acid per annum.
The current approval is expected to boost production capacity of urea and other specialty fertiliser at the Mangalore unit. However, the company refused to comment on the proposed capacity that will be added with this approval. Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers reported a 5 per cent rise in its net profit to Rs 9.50 crore in the fourth quarter of last financial year against Rs 9.05 crore posted a year earlier.

The total income of the company, however, dropped 20.5 per cent to Rs 382.65 crore during this period compared to Rs 480.85 crore reported earlier.

Operating profit rose around 5 per cent to Rs 19.67 crore in Q4 of last financial year. On annual basis, the company has reported a 35.65 per cent rise in its net profit to Rs 76.63 crore in FY11 as compared with Rs 56.49 crore reported a year earlier.

Total income grew by 20.5 per cent to Rs 2,507.86 crore in the last financial year as compared with Rs 2,081.73 crore posted in the same period last year.
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