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                                                                     . 7) Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT): a) Construction two
                                                                     berth container terminal (NSICT). b) Construction of Liquid
                                                                     Cargo Terminal. c) Redevelopment of Bulk Terminal into
                                                                     Container Terminal. 8) Kandla Port Trust: a) Fifth Oil Jetty
                                                                     (IFFCO). b) Oil Jetty related facilities at Vadinar (ESSAR). c)
                                                                     Development & Operation of Container Terminal. d) Oil Jetty
                                                                     awarded to IOCL and e) Development of Container Freight
                                                                     Station.

                                                                     Sectoral Performance (2008-09)
                                                                         The three basic efficiency parameters at major ports viz:
                                                                     turnaround time, pre-berthing detention time or output per ship
                                                                     per berth-day have all shown improvement since the beginning
                                                                     of the decade. The average turnaround time (in days) was
                                                                     2.44 in 2008-09 compared to 2.63 in 2007-08. The average
                                                                     pre-berthing detention time (in hours) was 9.95 in 2008-09

                        Ports                                        compared to 11.4 in 2007-08. The average output per-ship per
                                                                     berth day (in tonnes) was 10464 in 2008-09 compared to
                                                                     10071 in 2007-08. (figures for 2008-09 is provisional). About
India boast of a long coastline of about 7,517 km spread             72 per cent of seaborne trade is handled by the major ports
on the western and eastern shelves of the mainland and               and the rest by non-major ports. Traffic has increased at a
also along the Islands. The global recession can be a                CAGR of 7.4 per cent over a ten-year period, from a volume of
blessing in disguise for India Maritime Development                  227.26 million tonnes (MT) in 1996-97 to 463.78 MT in 2006-07
Programme as this is the time to upgrade our port                    — in the Tenth Plan period alone, the traffic volume has
infrastructure and tie up the loose ends in our logistic             increased at a CAGR of 10 per cent, from 287.59 MT in 2001-
solution. The Government of India plans to spend Rs                  02 to 463.78 MT in 2006-07. Despite the global slowdown the
55,803.73 cr in the eleventh five year plan for the                   cargo handled by major Indian ports in 2008-09 was 530.35
upgradation and modernisation of majors ports in India.              MT — a 2.1 per cent increase compared to the volume of 519.3
Government has launched the National Maritime                        MT handled the previous year. The non-major ports handled
Development Programme (NMDP) involving a total                       185 MT in 2006-07, or 28 per cent of the overall seaborne
investment of Rs 1,00,339 cr to augment the traffic                   trade.
handling capacity of all Major Ports in the country.
                                                                          Traffic Handled at Major Ports State-wise
    To expedite the development of major ports in the country,
the Ministry of Shipping has finalized a National Maritime                                         Traffic Handled (In 000 Tonnes)
Development Programme (NMDP) to implement specific                          Port (State)                                       2009-10
                                                                                               2006-07   2007-08   2008-09
programme /schemes for the development of the Port Sector.                                                                   (up June)
Under the NMDP, 276 projects covering the entire gamut of             Kolkata (West
activities, namely construction/upgradation of berths,                                           12596    13741     12428        2894
                                                                      Bengal)
deepening of channels, rail/road connectivity projects,
                                                                      Haldia (West Bengal)       42454    43588     41623        8285
equipment upgradation/modernization schemes and other
related schemes for creation of back-up facilities have been          Paradip (Orissa)           38517    42438     46412       14169
identified in the Major Ports to be taken up over a period upto
                                                                      Visakhapatnam (A.P.)       56385    64597     63908       16724
2011-12. The details of the projects currently under operation
under public private partnership mode and those developed             Ennore (Tamil Nadu)        14714    11563      11500       2919
by private players at the major ports are: 1) Kolkata Port Trust:     Chennai (Tamil Nadu)       53414    57154     57491       14139
Multipurpose Berth No. 4A. 2) Paradip Port Trust: Captive
                                                                      Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu)     18001    21480      22011       5686
Coal Berth to IFFCO. 3) Vishakhapatnam Port Trust: a)
Establishment of a Container Terminal and to operate, maintain        Cochin (Kerala)            15257    15810     15228        3579
and manage the same on BOT basis, including supply,
                                                                      New Mangalore
installation and operation of container handling equipment at                                    32042    36019     36691        9025
                                                                      (Karnataka)
Multipurpose Berth at Outer Harbour at Visakhapatnam Port
Trust. b) Construction and license out equipping operation,           Mormugao (Goa)             34241    35128     41681       12498
management and maintenance of two multipurpose berths                 Mumbai
                                                                                                 52364    57038     51876       12904
EQ8 & EQ9 in the Northern Arm of Inner Harbour at                     (Maharashtra)
Visakhapatnam Port Trust on BOT basis. 4) Chennai Port Trust:         Jawaharlal Nehru
Container Terminal at Chennai stage-I 600 mtrs. Berth.                                           44815    55838     57281       14961
                                                                      Port (Maharastra)
Container Terminal at Chennai stage-II 285 mtrs. Berth. 5)
Tuticorin Port Trust: Container Terminal Berth No. 7. 6) Cochin       Kandla (Gujarat)           52982    64920     72225       18807
Port Trust: Crude Oil handling facility for BPCL Kochi Refinery        Total                    463782    519314    530355      136589


                                               Project Reporter • 9 • September 15, 2009
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Coastal Shipping                                                  coastal shipping and non-major ports. With a view to develop
    The responsibility to develop non-major ports vests with      coastal shipping the following two schemes had been
respective State Government as per the Indian Ports Act,          proposed in the working group report on XI Five Year Plan
1908. However, one non-major port from each Maritime State,       document of Ministry of Shipping – (i) Coastal Shipping
including Magdalla in Gujarat, was identified for development      Development Fund for soft lending for the purpose of
for promoting coastal shipping under the National Maritime        acquisition of coastal vessels. (ii) Centrally Sponsored Scheme
Development Programme. Tata Consultancy Services also             for development of coastal shipping infrastructure. The
submitted a report in December, 2003, on the development of       budgetary support required in XI Five Year Plan for above two

         Growth Rate of Traffic at Major Ports                          Capacity utilization of major ports during
                          Traffic % change over previous year
                                                                           the years 2006-07 to 2008-09, is:
         Port (State)
                          2006-07      2007-08     2008-09                                      CAPACITY UTILISATION (%)
                                                                             PORT
 Kolkata (West Bengal)        16.56         9.09        -9.56                                2006-07     2007-08      2008-09
 Haldia (West Bengal)          0.28         2.67        -4.51       KOLKATA                     70.37        72.09         65.2
 Paradip (Orissa)             16.33        10.18         9.36       HALDIA                       97.6        93.34        89.13
 Visakhapatnam (A.P.)          1.05        14.56        -1.07       PARADIP                     69.14        75.78        65.37
 Ennore (Tamil Nadu)          16.86         7.92        -0.54       VIZAG                       96.38       105.64       104.51
 Chennai (Tamil Nadu)         13.05         7.00         0.59       ENNORE                      82.42        88.95        71.88
 Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu)        5.03        19.33         2.47       CHENNAI                    106.83       107.13       107.76
 Cochin (Kerala)               9.87          3.6        -3.68       TUTICORIN                    87.6       103.52        96.75
 New Mangalore                                                      COCHIN                      75.72        55.73        53.68
                             (-)6.99       12.41         1.87
 (Karnataka)
                                                                    NEW MANGALORE               77.58         82.8        84.35
 Mormugao (Goa)                8.06         2.59        18.65
                                                                    MORMUGAO                   114.14       106.29       126.11
 Mumbai (Maharashtra)          18.5         8.93        -9.05
                                                                    MUMBAI                     103.38       114.08       102.32
 Jawaharlal Nehru
                              18.45         24.6         2.58       JAWAHARLAL NEHRU            85.52       102.76       105.41
 (Maharashtra)
 Kandla (Gujarat)             15.41        22.53        11.25       KANDLA                      85.18       102.24       107.64
 Total                         9.49        11.97         2.13       TOTAL                       89.85        95.56        93.53


                                            Project Reporter • 10 • September 15, 2009
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schemes was Rs 500 crore each. But since no fund could be
allotted for the purpose in the XI Five Year Plan, the development                           Port Projects
of non-major ports may be taken up by the respective states
themselves with public private participation.                            Deep Draught Iron Ore Berth at Paradip
                                                                             At present, the Concession Agreement for Deep
Private Sector Investment in Port Infrastructure                         Draught iron ore berth has been signed. The project is
     The opportunity lies in the private sector participation in the     awarded on BOT basis to Blue Water Iron Ore Terminal Pvt
port sector development. The Government has allowed                      Ltd, a consortium of Noble Group Ltd, Gammon
participation of private sector parties in setting up Captive            Infrastructure Project Ltd and MMTC. The terminal will be
Cargo Handling Berths at some of the major ports in the past             developed by the Concessionaire at an estimated cost of
as per the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Shipping on              Rs 506.30 cr. Paradip Port will provide supporting facilities
Private Sector Participation for development of port                     like dredging of Channel & Berth, Railway lines and back-
infrastructure in 1996. These guidelines include broad                   up area at an estimated cost of Rs 85.05 cr. Besides this,
parameters on development of captive berths at Major Ports               the Port will also incur an expenditure of Rs 20 cr towards
under the administrative control of the Ministry. The policy for         shifting of CISF complex and Rs 15 cr towards upgradation
the Captive Use of Major Ports is at present under consideration         of Electrical reception facilities in order to facilitate
in the Ministry under a Committee constituted for recommending           implementation of the project. Besides the above project
various steps for increasing the efficiency of the ports and for          the port plans (i) Development of Deep Draught Coal
encouraging the private enterprise to take part in the functioning       Berth. (ii) Construction of Multipurpose Cargo Berth for
of the ports. To attract and encourage private sector investment         handling clean cargo including containers. These projects
in the Port sector, the Government of India has finalized model           are to be completed within 30-36 months from the date of
Request for Qualification (RFQ), Request for Proposal (RFP)               award of concession.
and Model Concession Agreement (MCA) to ensure uniformity
and transparency in the bid process. New guidelines for                  2nd Container Terminal at Chennai Port
upfront fixation of tariff have also been issued for berths and              Licence awarded to Consortium of Port of Singapore
terminals to be bid out to private operators so that prospective         Authority (PSA) and South India Corporation Agencies Ltd
bidders are aware of the projected revenue flows from the                 (SICAL).
concerned project.
                                                                         Coal Terminal at Ennore Port
International Shipyards                                                      Development of Coal Terminal to handle 8 MTPA Coal
    The National Maritime Development Programme (NMDP)                   for users other than TNEB. The Licence awarded on BOT
envisages setting up of two international size shipyards, one            basis to Chetinad International Coal Terminal Private Ltd.,
on the East Coast and another on the West Coast of India. The            a consortium of South India Corporation Ltd, Portia
basic requirement would be: (i) The minimum land requirement             Management Services Ltd and Navayuga Engineering
of 1000-1500 acre and waterfront of about 2.5 km in length. (ii)         Ltd.
Water draft of 10 to 12 mtrs. (iii) The site location for the
proposed shipyards to have good rail and road connectivity               Construction of Iron Ore Terminal at Ennore
and (iv) Contiguity to a Major Port situated within the State.           The Licence is awarded on BOT basis to SICAL Iron Ore
    The Government of Gujarat has proposed a few stretches               Terminals Ltd, a consortium of SICAL Logistics Ltd, L&T
such as Salaya, Jodiya, Mundra, Chanch and Pipavav and                   Infrastructures Development Projects Ltd and MMTC Ltd.
Tuna. The Government of Orissa has suggested (i) Nuagarh
(Astaranga) Distt. Puri. (ii) Palur, Distt. Ganjam. (iii) Gopalpur       Captive LNG Terminal at Cochin Port
Port at Arjipalli, Chatrapur, Distt. Ganjam and (iv) Bahuda              Captive LNG Port and Re-Gasification Terminal is coming
Muhana (Sonepur), Distt. Ganjam. The Government of Kerala                up at Puthuvypeen. The contract is awarded on BOT basis
has suggested Poovar in Thiruvananthapuram District on                   to Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL).
Kerala-Tamil Nadu Border. The Government of Karnataka
proposed Tadri Port (Kundle Beach) and Honne Beach under                 Off Shore Container Terminal at Mumbai Port
Belekeri Port for this project.                                             Construction of Off Shore Container Terminal. The
                                                                         Licence is awarded on BOT basis to the consortium of
   Future Projections                                                    Gammon India Ltd, Gammon Infrastructure Ltd and
    The capacity of the 12 Major Ports under the Central                 Dragados Spain which formed a Company viz: Indira
Government is projected to be increased to 1016.55 million MT            Container Terminal Pvt Ltd.
by the end of the XI Five Year Plan i.e. 2011-12, which is more
than double the capacity of these Ports at 504.75 million MT in          Container Terminal at Kandla
2006-07.                                                                     Development, Operation, Management and Maintenance
                                                                         of Berth No.11 & 12 as Container Terminal. The project is
                                                                         awarded to ABG Kandla Container Terminal Ltd.
                                                Sandeep Sharma


                                                Project Reporter • 11 • September 15, 2009
                                                                                                             Focus: Ports



                      “Port of Visakhapatnam proposes to
                       invest Rs 2,621 crore under NMDP
                                  by 2011-2012”
Ajeya Babu Kallam, Chairman, Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) responded
to Sandeep Sharma’s queries on the current challenges, competitive scenario
and initiatives taken by the Port of Visakhapatnam to meet the growing requirements
of modern and resurging India.
Can you tell us about your port’s achievements in last one            For improving the cargo handling capacity, the following
year?                                                             schemes are taken up through PPP mode and through internal
    The port of Visakhapatnam has been serving the maritime       resources of port which include the following: 1. Upgradation
trade during last 75 years and is making relentless efforts to    of outer harbour to handle 200,000 DWT vessels of iron ore
render quality services year upon year. During the year 2008-     funding through loan assistance from Japan International Co-
09 the Port handled 63.91 MT of traffic which constitute 12.05%    operative Agency (JICA). 2. Installation of mechanised coal-
of the total traffic handled by major ports.                       handling facilities at General Cargo Berth of outer harbour for
    Following is the list of important achievements. 1. During    handling 200,000 Ton vessels on DBFOT basis. 3. Installation
the year 2008-09 highest quantity of coking coal i.e. 7.56 MT     of mechanised handling facilities for fertilizers at EQ-7 berth
(28% of quantity handled by all major ports) was handled by       of inner harbour on DBFOT basis. 4. Development of WQ-6
port of Visakhapatnam. 2. During the year 2008-09 highest         berth in Northern arm of inner harbour for handling bulk
quantity of 3.4 MT of finished fertilizers among east coast        cargoes on DBFOT basis. 5. Development of EQ-10 berth at
ports (28% of quantity handled by all major ports) was            Northern arm of inner harbour for handling liquids and
handled by port of Visakhapatnam. 3. Permissible draft of         chemicals on DBFOT basis. 6. Development of two (2) berths
panamax vessels increased from 10.3 mts. to 10.8 mts. for         WQ-7 and WQ-8 at inner harbour for handling Alumina and
panamax vessels and for Handymax vessels from 10.7 mts.           other dry bulk on DBFOT basis. 7. Development of East Quay
to 11 mts. at inner harbour berths. 4.Two number of harbour       1-A berth on the South of EQ with mechanized handling
mobile cranes of 140 Ton rated capacity were installed at         facilities for dry cargoes on DBFOT basis. 8. Upgradation of
West Quay berths of inner harbour to facilitate higher            Oil handling facilities at inner harbour. 9.Deepening of inner
discharge rate for coal and bulk cargoes. 5. The facility of      harbour entrance channel and turning circle to accommodate
night berthing for suezmax tankers at Off Shore Tanker            12.5 mtrs draft vessels.
Terminal (OSTT) was introduced w.e.f June 2009 for import of          Additional measures: Work order placed for procurement
crude and products. 6. The night navigation of vessels has        of two numbers of 50 Ton Tugs Procurement of 3100 HP Loco
been improved by permitting the vessels of maximum LOA            in July 2009. Revamping and upgradation of railway lines/
200 mts. in ballast condition to sail and to shift from inner     roads is in progress at various operational areas of the port.
harbour during night with two pilots in calm weather condition    Procurement of Harbour Mobile Cranes etc.
w.e.f 05.08.2009 7. E-payment/ E-receipts and related
measures have been implemented.                                   Due to emergence of ports like Gangavaram, Krishnapatnam
                                                                  and competition from existing ports like Paradip and
Can you comment on the initiatives taken by the port to           Kakinada, are you facing any decline in Cargo throughput
optimise and increase the cargo handling capacity?                and revenue stream?
    For optimising and increasing cargo handling capacity,            There was some diversion of part of coking coal traffic and
port of Visakhapatnam is taking several measures as furnished     other bulk traffic on economic considerations to Gangavaram
hereunder: 1. Port of Visakhapatnam contemplated perspective      Port which is located within 20 km of the port vicinity. No
plan for 20 years and action plan for 7 years by International    decline in traffic is anticipated due to Krishnapatnam Port as
Consultants. 2. Various schemes have been contemplated            the hinterland for port of Visakhapatnam and Krishnapatnam
and are in process for enhancing capacity of the port which       are not the same. There is a shift of part of transhipment cargo
includes: a) Construction and development of additional           to Paradip port consequent on commissioning of SBM facility.
berths. b) Deepening of channels and strengthening of berths.     As far as Kakinada Port is concerned no competition is
c) Mechanisation of existing cargo handling facilities. d)        anticipated as Kakinada is serving mostly AP hinterland
Improvement of Rail road connectivity and Logistic                whereas VPT serves states located in central India Bihar,
improvements etc.                                                 Chattisgarh, Jharkhand and parts of Maharashtra, UP and

                                            Project Reporter • 12 • September 15, 2009
                                                                                                          Focus: Ports


Orissa. However, VPT is confident of facing competition, if any,
with upgradation of our facilities and by providing quality of
service. The growth in economy will generate additional traffic
to cover some diversion of cargoes and fair share will be
retained by this port.

What are the current challenges before the port
administration and the investment map for future?
    The current challenges before the port administration are
as under: 1. Sharing of navigational channel with Indian Navy
is the main constraint. As this channel is very narrow with lot
of bends and curves, only one movement is possible at a time.
To obviate this constraint widening the entrance channel to
facilitate the free movement of vessels is in progress. 2. At
present the inner harbour can accommodate vessels of 10.8
mts draft due to limitations in the draft. Deepening of inner
harbour and entrance channel are taken up to accommodate
vessels of 12.5 mtrs and 14 mts draft vessels in phases. 3.
The cargo prevailing at this port comprises predominantly bulk
cargo leading to environmental pollutions. All required
measures are under implementation by Visakhapatnam port to
overcome this problem. 4. At present coking coal is being
handled through floating cranes/ ship crane resulting in low
output rates. Action is initiated for mechanisation of coal                Regular port users composition in the total
handling facilities. Similarly, for handling of fertilizers
mechanised handling facilities are provided on DBFOT basis.
                                                                                   cargo. (more than 1 MT.)
5. There are other constraints like shortage in supply of railways                                      % Composition In The
wagons by railways/slow evacuation of cargo and inadequate                         Name Of The User
                                                                                                            Total Cargo
feeding of the cargo by the trade etc. As port of Visakhapatnam
is located adjacent to the city development of stacking has             NALCO                                   1.61
some limitations.
       As regards to investment map, port of Visakhapatnam              RCL                                     1.94
proposes to invest Rs 2621 crore under NMDP by 2011-2012
through PPP (Rs 1,165 cr), Internal Resources (Rs 1,179 cr)             ESSAR Steel Ltd                         1.61
and Soft loan assistance by JICA (Rs 277 cr).
                                                                        ESSEL Mining & Industries Ltd           1.05
What is percentage of automation in place as far as port
                                                                        Ispat Industries Ltd                    2.93
services are concerned?
    As far as Visakhapatnam is concerned, about 55 to 60%               MMTC                                    4.68
cargo is handled by mechanical means. Proposals for
upgradation of existing mechanised handling facilities for iron         Vikram Ispat                            1.08
and providing mechanised handling facilities for coal/fertilizers
have been taken up. Harbour mobile cranes have been                     ESSAR                                   8.51
installed at inner harbour berth. For import of crude by VLCCS,
SBM facilities have been taken up by M/s. HPCL as a Joint               HPCL                                   20.42
Venture with Port.
                                                                        TNEB                                    5.38
Can you comment on the future of the port sector in India?
                                                                        RINL                                    3.97
What needs to be done to increase India’s share In
International Maritime Business?
                                                                        SAIL                                    7.48
    The port sector in India is poised for a big leap in the
maritime trade. But I personally feel that there is an imminent         Indian Potash Ltd                       1.92
need for the major ports to align themselves to the changing
environ and take all out efforts to improve efficiency, cut down         Indian Oil Corporation Limted           7.93
delays and simplify the process. All the major ports are working
in this direction. The long term solution for major ports to retain     Coromandal Fertilizer Limited           1.77
the competitive edge would be the landlord port model as is
practiced at International Ports.                                       Haldia Petro Chemicals                  1.91



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