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Old December 16th, 2011, 09:16 PM   #21
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The rail construction hasn't started yet, hope they start it soon. It was supposed to strart this year, but I think the necessary funding aren't secured yet. But the construction of the road to Ethiopia has started. It should be completed by next year.

The city population is about 25 000. Yeah, Ethiopians will "invade" it and I guess we'll start seeing Amharic signs along that corridor too, opening the door for yet another "controversy". I do hope more of the trucks go to Djiboutians though, too many Ethiopians driving these trucks.
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Old December 16th, 2011, 11:12 PM   #22
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Any plans of connecting the port to Djibouti City? It could be used a reliever port for the main one in the capital I think.
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Old December 17th, 2011, 12:27 AM   #23
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They already have plans to make the main one the biggest port in EA, it's probably economically wiser to keep expanding the main port.
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Old December 17th, 2011, 05:13 AM   #24
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Still it's good to make an alternative if things get too crowded. Not saying that it can't be expanded in tandem, just more connectivity.
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Old December 17th, 2011, 06:16 PM   #25
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Any plans of connecting the port to Djibouti City? It could be used a reliever port for the main one in the capital I think.
There is no rail connection between Tadjoura and Djibouti city planned. It's just 3 hours drive anyway and ships can move between the 2 ports as both cities are located on the Gulf of Tadjoura. I don't think a rail connection is needed.
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Old December 18th, 2011, 05:13 AM   #26
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I meant a better road connection but thanks for the info.
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Old December 19th, 2011, 10:49 AM   #27
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Oh my bad, not that I know...I'll post if I find anything

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Bientôt, un nouveau port à Walwale


Dès sa mise en service, le futur port de Walwale à l’entrée de la ville blanche de Tadjourah va non seulement renforcer les capacités opérationnelles de Djibouti en matière de transbordement maritime mais aussi décongestionner les trafics denses des ports de Djibouti et de Doraleh.

L’info est de taille. Elle concerne le nouveau port qui sera construit sur le site de Walwale, distant de 6 kilomètres de la ville blanche dans la région de Tadjourah.

D’un coût estimé à 61 millions de dollars américains, ce chantier d’envergure est cofinancé par le Fonds Arabe de Développement Economique et Social(FADES) et le Fonds Saoudien de Développement(FSD). D’ailleurs, le ministre delegué au Budget, M Amareh Ali Saïd, et le chef d’une mission du FADES récemment de passage au pays, M El Fatih Elshazali Osman El Hassan, ont paraphé mardi 13 décembre dernier un accord de prêt, d’un montant de 36 millions de dollars américains, dans la salle de réunion au cabinet du Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances.

Et ce, faut-il préciser, en présence du ministre de l’Equipement et des Transports, M. Mohamed Moussa Ibrahim, du conseiller en charge des investissements auprès du Président de la République, M. Fahmi Ahmed El Hag, et des autorités portuaires.

Idem, la République de Djibouti et le Fonds Saoudien de Développement devraient entériner vers la mi janvier 2012 une convention de financement dans le cadre de ce projet.

Celle-ci viendra non seulement boucler la seconde partie des fonds inhérents au futur port de Tadjourah mais rendra aussi effectif le lancement des travaux de construction du port de Walwale à l’entrée de la ville blanche de Tadjourah.

Dès sa mise en service, ce futur port va renforcer les capacités opérationnelles de Djibouti en matière de transbordement maritime. Il permettra de décongestionner les trafics denses des ports de Djibouti et de Doraleh ces derniers mois.

Enfin, le futur port de Walwale au nord du pays servira la vocation de Djibouti de « hub régional » dans les échanges commerciaux compte tenu de sa position géostratégique de porte d’entrée du marché du COMESA.
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Old January 1st, 2012, 11:23 AM   #28
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Old February 23rd, 2012, 06:00 AM   #29
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Djibouti: Government Starts Tadjoura Port Project

Allana Potash Corp. reports that the Government of the Republic of Djibouti Ministere de l’Equipment et des Transport, through the Djibouti Port and Free Zone Authority (“Port Authority”), has begun the pre-qualification process to select contractors for the construction of the new port at Tadjoura, Djibouti.

As released by the Djibouti Government, under financing to be secured from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development and the Saudi Fund for Development, the Djibouti Government-owned Port Authority will build and operate marine civil facilities and common services to be constructed with an initial 30 hectare yard and a 435 metre quay. Allana will continue to work with the Djibouti authorities to integrate the required potash storage and handling facilities into the new port plans.

Farhad Abasov, President and CEO, commented: “Allana is encouraged by the admirable progress made by the Djibouti Government in the ongoing development of the country’s transportation infrastructure. Allana understands that both the Djibouti and Ethiopian Governments are looking to the strategic Danakhil potash resource as one of the catalysts for the development of road, port and rail facilities critical to the continued economic growth within the region and we are pleased to have the opportunity to participate in supporting these developments.”

Highway construction by government contractors is actively proceeding to connect the Dallol potash region with industrial quality, paved roads both to the Company’s project development staging facilities in Mekele and to the southern highway to both the existing and new ports in Djibouti, which would be available with sufficient capacity to serve the project. Discussions are also progressing with government departments and private sector operators regarding rail facilities linking road and port infrastructure. The Company continues to expect that the infrastructure required for the Company’s Dallol potash project to reach full operation will be in place concurrently with or in advance of the Company’s projected construction period.
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Old April 24th, 2012, 12:46 PM   #30
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Djibouti : 36 millions USD du fonds arabe pour la construction du port de Tadjourah

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Le Fonds arabe pour le développement économique et social (FADES), basé au Koweït, a accordé un prêt de 36 millions de dollars américains pour la construction du futur port de Tadjourah, ville du nord de Djibouti, selon un communiqué du ministère djiboutien de l'Economie et des Finances publié lundi.

Un accord de prêt destiné à ce projet, qui vise la décongestion du port de Doraleh et du corridor routier djibouto-éthiopien, a été paraphé à Marrakech (Maroc) par le ministre djiboutien de l' Economie et des Finances, chargé de l'Industrie et de la Planification, Ilyas Moussa Dawaleh, et le directeur général du FADES, Abdellatif Youssef Al Hamd.

L'aboutissement du chantier permettra non seulement d'assurer une meilleure couverture de la demande croissante en trafic maritime mais aussi de doper le développement économique et social du pays en général et des régions du nord en particulier.

Selon le communiqué, outre l'apport financier du FADES, le Fond Saoudien de Développement va contribuer également à hauteur de 25 millions de dollars américains au financement de ce projet d' envergure, d'un coût total de 180 millions de dollars américains.

Le cahier de charges de celui-ci prévoit la mise en place d' installations maritimes, y compris le forage en mer, d'une jetée, d'un quai et des brise-lames.
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Old June 25th, 2012, 09:39 PM   #31
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Ethiopia, China Communications in $1.5 Billion Rail Deal

Ethiopia signed a $1.5 billion agreement with state-run China Communications Construction Co. to build a railway to carry potash from mines being developed in the nation’s northeast.

The 360-kilometer (224-mile) line will transport passengers and freight along a route to neighboring Djibouti’s Tadjourah port, which is being built. It should be completed by July 2015, Ethiopia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement posted on its website yesterday.

CCCC (1800), a Chinese government-owned transportation infrastructure company, will be “mobilizing substantial resources to guarantee completion of the project,” the ministry said, citing the company’s vice president, Zhou Yongheng.

Ethiopia, sub-Saharan Africa’s second-most populous nation, is in the middle of a five-year plan to modernize and upgrade its infrastructure and industries. The government last year signed two agreements with Chinese companies to build a 4,744- kilometer (2,948-mile) rail network to Djibouti.

Landlocked Ethiopia lost its access to the sea after Eritrea voted for independence in 1993. The new rail line will run between the cities of Mekele and Hara Gebaya.

Canada’s Allana Potash Corp. (AAA), Sainik Potash Plc of India, Ethiopian Potash Corp. (FED) and Melbourne-based BHP Billiton Ltd. are all developing projects to extract potash, a fertilizer ingredient, in the Afar region.
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Old August 9th, 2012, 04:39 PM   #32
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J'ai l'intuition qu'avec de ces projets , la ville de Tadjourah s'agrandira rapidement , et j'imagine dejà l'exode vers Tadjourah . Simplement j'espère que les habitants sauront geré les changements qu'apportera la nouvelle donne .
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Old August 9th, 2012, 07:43 PM   #33
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J'espere surtout qu'ils beneficierons de ces projets (creation d'emplois, activités economiques...). Tadjoura et le Nord doivent decoller economiquement, et puis il faut decentraliser, tout est concentré sur Djib-ville
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Old September 11th, 2012, 08:45 PM   #34
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Allana Potash Corp. and the Djibouti Port and Free Zones Authority Sign Memorandum of Understanding for Development of the Tadjourah Potash Terminal

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Sep 11, 2012 Allana Potash Corp. is pleased to announce that the Company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") for the development and operation of Allana's potash terminal at the Tadjourah Port to be constructed by the Djibouti Port and Free Zones Authority ("DPFZA"). The MOU defines the terms and intent of the parties regarding:


-- specific allocation and use of lands within Tadjourah Port for Allana's
potash terminal;

-- integration of designs, construction plans and operating plans for
Allana's potash terminal;

-- services to be provided by DPFZA to Allana at the Tadjourah port; and

-- cooperation in advancing discussions and agreements with governmentsregarding regulatory, import/export and

--other sovereign terms, and completion of road and rail infrastructure serving Tadjourah port in time to meet the operational needs of DPFZA and Allana.


Farhad Abasov, President and CEO of Allana Potash, stated: "Allana is pleased to have reached this next stage of cooperation with the Djibouti government in developing Africa's potash export potential. This MOU provides the basis for Allana's long-term operations in Djibouti and is an indication of our commitment to support the development of Djibouti's national infrastructure."

"Having Allana Potash as a major customer at our new Tadjourah bulk port is a further indication of the global strategic value of Djibouti's port expansions", responded Aboubaker Omar Hadi, Chairman and CEO of the Djibouti Port Authority, "The Tadjourah port and Allana potash terminal will help develop greater economic strength for Djibouti, particularly in the northern regions of our country. The bulk port at Tadjourah and the related transportation infrastructure being developed at the same time are elements essential to accelerating the success of resource projects in Djibouti, Ethiopia and nearby eastern African countries."

About Djibouti Port and Free Zone Authority

The Djibouti Ports & Free Zones Authority is the governing authority within the Djibouti Government that sets the rules, directives and overarching principles for the smooth and efficient running of the current and any future ports and free zones in Djibouti. It is also responsible for the enforcement and implementation of these principles and directives at every free zone in the country.

DPFZA is the sole authority in charge of the administration and the control of all the ports and free zones in Djibouti. The entity plays an instrumental role as the sole interface between the free zone companies and any other governmental bodies and comes under the direct authority of the Djibouti Presidential Office.
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Old September 12th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #35
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12/09/2012 - L’APZF signe un protocole d’entente avec Allana Potash Corp, une société canadienne spécialisée dans l’exploitation de mines de potasse

Le président de l’Autorité des Ports et des Zones Franches (APZF), M. Aboubaker Omar Hadi, a signé hier un protocole d’entente avec M. Jack Scott, représentant de la société canadienne Allana Potash Corp, un groupe spécialisé dans l’exploitation de mines de potasse.

L’accord porte sur l’utilisation du futur port de Tadjourah pour l’exportation de potasse. Le minerai, en provenance de mines de la région de Dallol, en territoire éthiopien, sera donc exclusivement exporté à partir de Tadjourah, notamment vers la Chine et l’Inde.

Le directeur général du port de Djibouti, Saad Omar Guelleh et la directrice général de la zone franche ont assistés à cérémonie de signature de ce protocole d’entente.

M. Hadi et M. Jack Scott, représentant d’Allana Potash Corp, ont apposé leur signature au bas d’un document de plusieurs pages portant sur un partenariat entre l’APZF et le groupe canadien dans l’exportation de potasse éthiopienne à partir du futur port de Tadjourah.

Sitôt le protocole d’entente signé, une délégation chinoise arrive à l’APZF pour participer à la suite, c’est-à-dire à une projection commentée en anglais par le président de l’APZF et expliquant en détails comment le minerai, extrait des mines de Dallol en Ethiopie, sera exporté vers la Chine à partir du futur port de Tadjourah.

A la question de savoir s’ils ne sont pas en train de précipiter les choses, vu que le port de Tadjourah n’a pas encore été construit, Aboubaker Hadi répond : «Les travaux de construction du port de Tadjourah commenceront fin septembre ou début octobre ; il n’y a aucun doute là-dessus ».

Dans un premier temps, un million de tonnes de potasse, un minerai utilisé comme engrais, seront ainsi exportés chaque mois vers l’Inde et la Chine, principaux demandeurs, à partir du port de Tadjourah.

Le groupe canadien, déjà implanté là-bas, près du lac Dallol, en région afar d’Ethiopie, entend passer ensuite à 5 millions de tonnes par mois. « Ce sera possible une fois que le projet de réseau ferroviaire aura été réalisé »
, précise Aboubaker Hadi.

La société canadienne Allana Potash Corp, une société cotée en bourse, est décrite comme un partenaire sérieux et fiable. Et ce protocole d’entente ouvre la voie à un partenariat durable entre notre pays et le groupe canadien.

Le port de Tadjourah dont les travaux commenceront dans quelques semaines, sera donc opérationnel à partir de 2014. En attendant, le téléphone ne cesse de sonner à l’APZF, ce qui est plutôt bon signe.
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This is the right type of development for Djibouti, continue this way brothers
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Old December 22nd, 2012, 09:00 PM   #37
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Allana Potash Corp. expressed its congratulations to the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority (DPFZA), the Governments of Djibouti and Ethiopia, and the people of Tadjourah Region in Djibouti, on the official completion of financing and start of construction of the new bulk port at Tadjourah, Djibouti.

Attending the December 12, 2012 ceremony for the laying of the port cornerstone jointly by the President of Djibouti and the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Allana and Allana representatives were acknowledged by the Chair of the DPFZA as an integral part of the port’s successful start and its future. The port represents a significant investment in the economic growth of Tadjourah Region in the primarily Afar-populated north of Djibouti.

Speaking at the event at the new port site attended by invited local, national and international dignitaries, the President of Djibouti, Ismail Omar Guelleh and the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn, both spoke of the new port and its related road and rail connections – now under upgrade, construction or contracting – as further steps in the strategic cooperation linking the Djibouti and Ethiopian economies and the strengthening of both countries’ positions among the growing eastern African economies. The countries’ leaders also noted that development of their natural resources and shared infrastructure is essential to sustaining the economic growth of the region. The new port is financed by the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development for US$ 36 million and by the Saudi Fund for Development for US$ 25 million and constructed by Baoye Hubei Construction Group, who has already mobilized materials and staff in Djibouti.
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Old December 22nd, 2012, 09:07 PM   #38
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Djibouti : un port en eaux profondes à Tadjourah


C’est en présence du nouveau Premier ministre éthiopien, Halié Mariam Desalegn, que le président Ismaïl Omar Guelleh a lancé, le 12 décembre, les travaux du port en eaux profondes à Tadjourah, deuxième ville du pays.

C’est en présence du nouveau Premier ministre éthiopien, Halié Mariam Desalegn, que le président djiboutien Ismaïl Omar Guelleh a lancé, le 12 décembre, les travaux du port en eaux profondes à Tadjourah, deuxième ville du pays. Financé par le Fonds arabe pour le développement économique et social (Fades) à hauteur de 61 millions de dollars, et par le Fonds saoudien de développement (FSD) pour un montant de 25 millions, ce projet visant à créer le second pôle économique de Djibouti, disposera de deux postes à quai de 435 m de longueur et de 12 mètres de profondeur, un quai « roro » long de 190 mètres et profond de 12 mètres, un terre-plein de 30 hectares et il aura une capacité annuelle de huit millions de tonnes », explique Aboubakr Omar Hadi, président de l’Autorité des ports et zones franches de Djibouti.
Cette imposante infrastructure devrait créer 600 emplois durant sa phase de construction dont l’achèvement est prévu pour le troisième trimestre 2015. En phase opérationnelle, le port de Tadjourah créera 1000 emplois directs (dont 700 dockers) et près de 2000 emplois indirects. Dédié à désenclaver le Nord de l’Ethiopie et à évacuer les énormes réserves de phosphate de la région du Tigray, le port de Tadjourah sera prolongé d’un axe routier desservant la ville éthiopienne de Mékélé sur 200 kilomètres qui est appelé à être doublé d’une voie ferré pour le transport des biens exportés ou importés par l’Ethiopie et son fabuleux marché de 80 millions de consommateurs.

Accroissement de la richesse nationale


« L’impact direct attendu, ce sera bien évidemment une augmentation du volume des échanges et un accroissement durable de la richesse nationale à travers la création d’emplois et la multiplication d’activités connexes, facteurs de développement », a déclaré le Président djiboutien. Rendant hommage au prédécesseur de son invité de marque, Ismaïl Omar Guelleh n’a pas manqué d’évoquer la mémoire de son ami disparu, Mélès Zenawi, dont l’ombre a plané sur la cérémonie de lancement des travaux. Le futur port était en effet un projet très cher aux yeux du défunt qui partageait avec le président djiboutien une même conception du développement et de l’intégration régionale.
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Location: Tadjoura, Djibouti

Client: Ministère de l’Equipement et des Transports of the Republic of Djibouti

Cost of total Works: €46,513,200

Services: Techno-Economic Study, Preliminary and Detail Design and Preparation of Tender Document


The new Port facilities will be developed in a suitable area located close to Tadjoura town, on the North coast of Tadjoura Gulf and connected to Djibouti by the national road RN9 (160 km, asphalted).

The government of Djibouti is focusing on the development of the roads, ports airports and telecommunications of the Northern area of the Country in order to make of Djibouti the centre of the regional traffic, and the connection with foreign countries of CO.M.E.S.A. (Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa).

It is expected that approximately 35% of the future volume of merchandises exchanged with Ethiopia will pass through Tadjoura Port. It has also to be noticed that the traffic of merchandises with Ethiopia is expected to increase from 8,000,000 ton per year at present, to approximately 10.000.000 t per year in the next 4÷5 years. For this reason a new road connecting Tadjoura with the Ethiopian border, passing through Randa, Dorra and Balho towns, is currently under construction.

The extension of the port of Tadjoura is therefore part of the Djibouti Government plan to develop, in an harmonic way, the different regions of the Country, developing the specific capacities and the resources of each region, by improving the transport system of the Country.

With this respect, it has to be pointed out that, at present, Tadjoura region and the Northern regions of the Country do not have a fully developed transport system. Therefore the development of the local economy is quite slow, further more if compared to the remaining regions of the nation; particularly Tadjoura region is actually in the position to be excluded from the development of the Country. This lack of economic development, not only affect the every day life of the local people, but also induces the local people to migrate to the capital, Djibouti city.

All the above taken into account, the main targets of the Project for the development of a new Port at Tadjoura are listed as follows:

-to assist to the development of the economy of the Northern regions of the Country with a fully operative Port;

-to provide a second maritime traffic spot for the regions of Tadjoura and Obock, and for the nearby countries, Yemen and North-East of Ethiopia, by means also of the road connection Tadjoura-Dorra-Balho;

-to encourage an equilibrate development of the regions;

-to exploit the potential richness of the Northern regions;

-to encourage the implantation of industrial and commercial installations in the Northern regions;

-to generate working opportunities in those regions, thus reducing the migration of the people from the north to Djibouti city.

A phased development of the new Port of Tadjoura has been planned.
Phase 1 envisages the construction of a General Cargo quay 435 m long and a Ro-Ro Terminal 190 m long, able to handle a total of about 1.7÷2.3 M t/y (0.2÷0.3 M t/y of General Cargo and 1.5÷2.0 M t/y of Ro-Ro handling). The General Cargo quay consists of a circular cell structure. The Ro-Ro terminal consists of 4 mono-pile breasting dolphins and 4 catwalks connecting the breasting dolphins, each made of tubular welded truss of about 45 m length.

The total port area is about 30 ha. of which approximately 14.5 ha. are not paved but well compacted to be suitable for heavy materials’ stevedoring. The Phase 1 layout also includes the wadi flood protection measures (gabion walls and artificial trench for an initial wadi diversion), the construction of 22 buildings (gates, warehouse, Port Authority building, Control Tower, Harbour Master building, etc), the fencing and the execution of the external parking areas and finally the supply of the required port equipment (truck mounted cranes, ambulance, fire truck, etc.).

Phase 2 allows to increase the total throughput to 2.7÷3.5 M t/y by means the execution of a complete (with modern packing lines, silos, warehouse, conveyors, gates and relevant buildings) Bulk Terminal 450 m long, able to handle about 1.0÷1.2 M t/y. The total Port area is increased by about 17 ha. for a total of about 47 ha.
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