NIGERIA PRESENTATION DJIBOUTI PAPC 2008 by 72z4fy

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									    AFRICAN PORTS PRIVATISATION & CONCESSIONING OF PORT
                          SERVICES


                      NIGERIAN - EXPERIENCE
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A     THE 7TH PAN AFRICAN PORTS COOPERATION CONFERENCE (PAPC)
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           OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION

                    History

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                    Initial Challenges
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                    Renewed Initiatives
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    OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION – Contd…

                Reform Process

                Pre-reform situation
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                Reform Challenges
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                Operational Returns
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                Projects –Amortized, BOT
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                Performance Indicators
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    HISTORY OF PORT OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA

       Port operations and development in Nigeria began in
        the middle of the 19th century.
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E      Effort towards the provision of facilities for ocean going
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P      Plans for capital dredging activities aimed at opening up
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        were placed for dredgers to work at the bar and
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        sanction was given for the construction of the first
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        length of the East Mole.
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    HISTORY OF PORT OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA
    - Contd…

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       The first mail-steamer ‘S/S AKOKO’ drawing 5.64
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O      Four berths of 1,920 feet long were developed at Port
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A      An additional 762 metres of berthage were constructed
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    HISTORY OF PORT OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA
    - Contd…
       Port operations and management remained under the
        control of different government departments during this
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    •   Cargo handling at the terminals was the prerogative of
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        movement in the channel up to the quays.
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    •   Maintenance of the quay wall was the responsibility of
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        the Public Works Department.
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O      Nigerian Ports Authority was established in 1954 by an
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    HISTORY OF PORT OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA
    - Contd…

N      Nigerian Ports Authority acquired the ports of old Warri
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        United African Company (UAC) was also acquired in
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        December, 1969
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              MANDATE OF THE AUTHORITY

       Carry on the business of carrier by land or sea,
        stevedore, wharfinger, warehouseman or lighterage
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E      Construct, develop ports, docks, harbours, piers,
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        jetties.
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O      Invest and deal with the monies of the Authority.
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S      Appoint, license and manage pilots of vessels.
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T      Enter into Agreement with any person for the
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        which may be operated or provided by the Authority.
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         FUNCTIONS OF THE AUTHORITY

     Provide, maintain and operate ports facilities
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     Maintain, improve and regulate the use of the port
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       • diversification of sources of revenue
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       • guarantee adequate returns on its investments
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     Provide safe and navigable channel
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     Provide towage, pilotage services and appliances
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    FUNCTIONS OF THE AUTHORITY – Contd…

     Offer cargo handling and storage services
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     Control pollution within port limits and their
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                   PORT FACILITIES

           Lagos Port Complex
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           Tin Can Island Port Complex
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           Onne Port Complex
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           Delta Ports, Warri
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                    CHALLENGES


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            RESPONSE TO CHALLENGES


               Increase capacity
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G   •           Third wharf extension was completed 1977
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    •           Tin Can Island Port also 1977
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N   •           New Warri Port was commissioned 1979
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    •           New Calabar Port, 1979
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T   •           Onne in the late 70s to early 1980s
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                        NEED FOR REFORM
    Technical Committee on Privatization and Commercialization
    Decree 25 of 1988
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         Its Observations
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    •     Large organization
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    •     Lack of commercial orientation
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         Its recommendations
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    •     Incorporation for private sector orientation
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           - Seaview Nig. Ltd and Continental Shipyard
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        Inconclusive implementation – Later revised

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             RENEWED REFORM INITIATIVE

     2001, World Bank and Federal Government initiative
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    Diagnostic Study by Royal Haskonning/Dynamar/Challenge
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           Update existing sector knowledge
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           Identify key issues
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    RENEWED REFORMS INITIATIVE – Contd…
    Recommendation of Royal Haskonning/Dynamar/Challenge
    International Associate
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E    Landlord model
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N    Three regional authorities
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A    Clear role for the FMOT, Corporate Hq, Regional
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                  REFORM OBJECTIVES

     To increase efficiency in port operation
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G    To decrease cost of port services to stakeholders
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      of viable port sector
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     To attract private sector participation so as to free
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                     REFORMS PROCESS

     Appointment of CPCS Transcom as adviser to Bureau
      of Public Enterprise with responsibilities to:
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G   • Reform, Restructure and Concession
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A    National Council on Privatization
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    • Guide the process
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T   • Dialogue with stakeholders
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            REFORMS PROCESS – Contd…


             Expression of Interest Dec 2003
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             110 Applications received
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A            94 Pre qualified and issued bid documents
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P            24 Concession transactions concluded,
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             First Hand-over – APM Terminals, 20th
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                 REFORMS PROCESS – Contd…
       Delineate the ports into terminals and concession them to
        large independent Terminal Operators for 10 – 25 years.
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       Operators selected through transparent internationally
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        S/NO Port                                  No. of Concessions
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N       1.      Lagos Port                                6 + 1 ICD
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        2.      Tin Can Island & Lilypond                 4 + 1 BOT
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        3.      Port Harcourt Port                             2
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        4.      Calabar Port                                   3
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H       6.      Onne Port                                      3
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                  PRE-REFORM SITUATION

        Ageing Port infrastructure
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I       Port design favoured the handling of loose shed
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         cargo as against containers
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I       Inadequate investment in equipment. Only two (2)
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N        Ship-to-Shore cranes were bought since 1978 in
         Lagos Port
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R       Cumbersome and bureaucratic Cargo clearance
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S       Excessive political pressure affecting operations
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U       Skewed distribution of traffic resulting to over-use
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         of infrastructure in Western Ports and under use of
O        some facility leading to premature obsolescence in
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    NEW ROLES OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTORS
          Private Sector (Terminal Operators)

N          •   Cargo Operations
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           •   Port Labour
E          •   Investment in equipment
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           •   Insurance of concession assets
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          Public Sector (NPA)
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A          •   Port Planning, Licensing and Control
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           •   Port Development
H          •   Technical Regulations
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           •   Channel Management
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                    HANDOVER PROCESS

       Conduct joint surveys of fixed assets.
N      Get inventory of cargo being handed to operators along
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        with terminals
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R      Settle employment and accommodation issues
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       Termination of existing contracts and agreements
P      Freeing the terminals of all other moveable assets not
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S      Address insurance requirements
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U      Sale/transfer of spare parts consumables and moveable
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                    REFORM CHALLENGES



N   •   Downsizing port workers by 75% (about 9,000
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A   •   Dismantling casual docklabour system and Pay-off of
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        13,000 Dockworkers
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    •   Financing severance packages (about US$400 million)
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    •   Programme of re-orientation and attitudinal changes
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            REFORM CHALLENGES – Contd…


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I      Preparing redundant workforce for absorption by the
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N      Need for capacity building (training and retraining)
P       particularly port employees and dockworkers
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S      Shift from operator to regulator/landlord
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T      Regulating the private operator
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                      FINANCIAL RETURNS


    • Estimated investment - Over US$1.0 Billion
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G   • Estimated income over a concession duration of
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N         - Commencement fees                -       US$44,200,000
P         - Equipment sales                  -       US$53,145,100
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S               Sub Total                    =     US$4,949,378,442
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U   • Projected Throughput fees          –       US$1,586,490,196.91
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                   OPERATIONAL RETURNS


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I   •    Reduced vessel waiting time
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I   •    Reduced cargo dwell time
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P   •    Increased cargo throughput
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S   •    Improved berth occupancy
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                    AMORTIZED PROJECTS

        25 no. amortized projects are presently at various
N       stages of completion.
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R       Total value of the projects is US$496,106,014.87
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N       Areas covered by the projects are:
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O          • Road construction
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S          • Berthing facilities
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           • Dredging of Channels
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R          • Storage facilities
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        BUILD OPERATE AND TRANSFER (BOT)
                    PROJECTS
       Port and Terminal Multiservices Ltd (PTML) Terminal –
        a Greenfield Development of RORO Berths 11/12 on
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        25yrs BOT arrangement.
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           • 1st Phase: US$62,400,000.00 – Main Project
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           • 2nd Phase: US$25,000,000.00 – Additional
             work (Berth 12, dredging and land reclamation)
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             Total investments: US$87,400,000.00
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A      MEL-SEAMENT Ltd – a berthing facility made of a
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        trestle, 2no. Breasting and a mooring dolphins under
H       construction, capable of receiving post-panamax
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Y        Project cost        = US$45,771,508.00
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               PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
    CARGO THROUGHPUT - PRE AND POST CONCESSION

                                                       THROUGHPUT
                  IMPORT (MT)       EXPORT (MT)
N    YEAR                                                  (MT)
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G    1999          15,751,331         6,481,605           22,232,936
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R    2000          19,230,496         9,702,384           28,932,880
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A    2001          24,668,791         11,271,901          35,940,692
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     2002          25,206,380         11,780,861          36,987,241
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O    2003          27,839,293         11,926,652          39,765,945
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T    2004          26,907,075         13,909,872          40,816,947
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     2005          29,254,761         15,697,312          44,952,073
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U    2006          31,937,804         17,235,520          49,173,324
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H    2007          33,722,488         20,918,560          54,641,048
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R     2008
I                  30,803,353         18,720,889          49,524,242
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    Jan-Sept
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      PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
       VESSEL TRAFFIC - PRE AND POST CONCESSION
       OCEAN-GOING ONLY– EXCLUDE CRUDE OIL TERMINALS

                         NO. OF VESSELS               TOTAL GRT
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G        1999                   3,123                  32,911,941
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R        2000                   3,333                  44,432,370
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A        2001                   3,745                  56,106,345
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         2002                   3,500                  53,267,921
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R        2003                   3,661                  60,622,666
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S        2004                   3,606                  61,384,221
A        2005                   3,692                  60,541,810
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T        2006                   3,689                  63,267,047
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O        2007                   4,646                  83,197,856
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T   2008 (Jan-Sept)             3,399                  67,095,080
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       PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
                                - CRUDE AND LNG

                            CRUDE OIL                       LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS
     YEAR        NO. OF
                            GRT OF
                                        CRUDE LIFTED    NO. OF   GRT OF LNG   LNG LIFTED
N               TANKERS
                            CRUDE
                                            (MT)       TANKERS    TANKERS        (MT)
                           TANKERS
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G     1999        656      62,691,842     92,463,264        46      650,269    1,503,398
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R     2000        757      80,627,950   102,930,079        130    2,887,141    5,953,567
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      2001        731      60,550,031   100,732,875        149   10,458,086    7,154,965
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N     2002        634      64,302,640     86,284,036       133    9,745,230    8,084,749
P     2003        657      73,216,175     85,797,681       173   14,690,798    9,292,832
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R     2004        924     100,564,659   117,055,427        220   17,569,209   11,529,827
T     2005        902      94,984,566   112,872,821        215   17,072,976   11,264,515
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      2006        840      70,093,870   106,403,640        243   20,628,015   13,284,612
A     2007        817      90,222,365   105,986,381        344   29,562,631   19,076,748
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T   2008(JAN-
                  578      63,825,200     73,750,000       292   22,214,870   21,820,809
H    SEPT)*
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              PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - CONT…
                                  CONTAINER THROUGHPUT (TEU)

           120,000
                                                                   2006       2007          2008
           100,000
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G           80,000
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I    TEU    60,000
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            40,000
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T   YR      JAN        FEB     MAR       APR     MAY       JUN      JUL     AUG       SEP      OCT      NOV       DEC      TOTAL
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O   2006   61,869     45,844   59,693   41,928   50,412   36,605   63,073   67,732   44,868    70,030   51,999   62,162    656,215
R
I   2007   41,873     58,630   52,032   56,815   76,368   39,001   75,535   76,485   67,578    57,265   62,672   71,286    735,540
T
Y   2008   80,628     67,025   84,600   97,633   74,072   74,261   73,791   89,599   101,500                               743,109

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    PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
                     VEHICLE THROUGHPUT

      MONTH               2006       2007             2008
       JAN               7,958          12,166          11,485
N
I      FEB              5,859           16,469           9,425
G
E      MAR              7,076            9,194          11,130
R
I      APR               8,321          14,205          13,826
A
N      MAY             11,898           15,950          10,442
P      JUN               6,413          15,859          13,059
O
R       JUL              9,100           6,347          17,135
T
S      AUG             13,851           13,084          13,623
A      SEPT            10,483           15,595          19,208
U
T      OCT               9,571          10,896
H
O      NOV             10,154           13,084
R
I      DEC             11,497           24,319
T
Y     TOTAL            112,181         167,168          119,333
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    PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
    WAITING, TURN AROUND AND BERTH OCCUPANCY

                                   TURN AROUND      BERTH OCCUP.
          YEAR     WAITING TIME        TIME             (%)
        1995         0.47              6.17               27.76
N
I       1996         0.46              6.34               36.68
G
E       1997         0.47              6.71               36.73
R
        1998         0.39              7.31               41.39
I
A       1999         0.36              6.31               47.09
N
        2000         0.34              7.01               44.76
P
        2001         1.27              7.91               51.78
O
R       2002         3.99             11.34               56.58
T
S       2003         2.17              7.89               52.75
        2004         1.44              6.44               50.93
A
U       2005         2.60              7.40               49.70
T
H       2006         2.00              6.10              46.93
O
        2007         1.00              4.70              47.43
R
I       Jan-Sept
T       ‘08                            3.72               40.24
Y

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                                     PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
                                      APMT - AVERAGE TIME AT THE ANCHORAGE
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G                               20
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O                                JAN        FEB     MAR       APR     MAY       JUN    JUL     AUG     SEP       OCT     NOV     DEC
R
I   2006                                                        18     18.9     24.2    6.4      2.4     1.3       0.6     0.1      0.9
T   2007                              0.3     0.5       0.5    0.4          1    0.4    1.7      1.7         3     2.7     5.5      1.5
Y
    2008                              1.1     0.6       2.0    1.0      1.3      4.2
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                                  PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
                                  APMT - BERTH PRODUCTIVITY (MOVES/HOUR)
                            20
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                            16
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R                           10
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R                            2                                       2006         2007       2008
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S                            0
                                  JAN     FEB     MAR     APR     MAY     JUN     JUL     AUG     SEP     OCT     NOV      DEC
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U                                                                           MONTH
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H                                 JAN     FEB     MAR     APR     MAY     JUN     JUL     AUG     SEP     OCT     NOV      DEC
O
R                          2006                            6.45    5.02     5.9     9.6     9.3    10.8    14.4    15.8        15.8
I                          2007    16.3    14.5    13.8     14     12.6    14.9    14.4    14.2     14     11.3    10.6        15.9
T
Y                          2008    18.2    15.2    14.6    14.7    15.6    14.5    15.6    14.2    14.2

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             PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - Contd…
               APMT - CONTAINER THROUGHPUT (TEU)
          60000
N         50000
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    TEU




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          30000
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N         20000
P         10000                                  2006               2007              2008
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                     JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN                                JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
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U                                                                  MONTHS
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H
           JAN       FEB      MAR      APR      MAY      JUN       JUL      AUG       SEP      OCT      NOV      DEC
O
R   2006                               18,723   22,069    22,720   38,455    34,959   34,034   43,221   31,649    38,283
I   2007    37,052   37,011   32,925   28,041   39,930    27,086   41,520    42,195   39,721   36,745   38,105    45,719
T
Y
    2008    44,783   34,233   48,077   48,318   49,273   37,361    40,247   49,739    51,740

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        PERFORMANCE INDICATORS – Contd...
           APMT - CONTAINER THROUGHPUT (TEU)


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I                                                        YEAR        TEU
G
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    500,000          TEU
R
I                                                        2006       284,113
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    400,000
N

P   300,000                                              2007       446,050
O
R
T   200,000
S                                                                   403,771
A
U   100,000                                            JAN-SEPT.
T                                                        2008
H
O       -
R
I             2006         2007   JAN-SEPT. 2008
T
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