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​EF 334/BA - FIOL Railroad

​EF 334/BA - FIOL Railroad 

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08/29/2018
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  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    1st Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Railroad

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    In progress

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    Subconcession

  • TYPE OF INITIATIVE

    Estatal

  • UF

    BA

  • DEMAND

    20 milhões de toneladas em 2023 e 70 milhões em 2053

  • BASE DATE

    09/2017

  • INVESTMENT CAPEX

    3,000,000,000.00

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    ANTT, Minfra, Governo do Estado da Bahia

  • TERM (YEARS)

    33 anos

  • MINIMUM GRANT FEE

    A definir

Project Summary

The West-East Integration Railway, FIOL (EF-334), is 1,527 kilometers long between Ilhéus/BA and Figueirópolis/TO. The project, which was qualified in the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI) at the 1st Meeting of the PPI Council (on September 13th, 2016), is divided into three parts:

a. Section I: Ilhéus/BA - Caetité/BA, with extension of 537 km, of which more than 72% of physical execution of the work is completed. This section was qualified for sub-concession by the PPI Council.
b. Section II: Caetité/BA - Barreiras/BA, with extension of 485 km, of which about 20% of the works are completed.
c. Section III: Barreiras/BA - Figueirópolis/TO, with an approximate extension of 505 km, in phase of studies and projects.

The current total investment predicted for the works of sections 1 and 2 of FIOL amounts to BRL 6.1 billion. FIOL is an important corridor of the southern state of Bahia (Caetité and Tanhaçu) and grain from western Bahia.

The cargo flow will be done primarily through the TUPs South Port and Bahia Mineração S.A. (BAMIN), both located in the region of Aritágua – municipality of Ilhéus. The two projects will constitute the South Port Complex, with a retro area of 1,224 ha, a sea access bridge and a pier with a breakwater at 3,500 meters from the coast.

TUP South Port will be built by the Government of Bahia and it will have the capacity to move 75 million tons of solid bulk (grains), general cargo and containerized cargo. The implementation schedule predicts the term of up to four years and six months to start its activities, with an investment of BRL 2.4 billion. This TUP will be able to receive vessels of up to 260 meters in length and sea-gauge of 15 meters.

TUP BAMIN will be built by the Eurasian Resources Group (private entity) and it will have the capacity to move 20 million tons of solid bulk (ore), with a forecast to be completed in three years. BRL 898 million in investments are expected and this TUP will be able to receive ships up to 220 meters in length and 18.3 meters in sea-gauge.

  • The objective of the project is specifically to enable the production of iron ore produced in the region (where Bahia Mineração - BAMIN) is to be disposed of, through the South Port (an important port complex to be built in the vicinity of Ilhéus);
  • The works of the project, currently in charge of VALEC, present physical progress of more than 72%, having already received about R $ 1.95 billion in investments. It is estimated that a further R $ 1.14 billion is required for completion of the works;
  • Several works of art are completed or underway, including bridges, viaducts, the Jequié tunnel, especially the bridge over the São Francisco River, which is 2.9 km long, the largest railway bridge in Latin America.
     

 

  • Project Current Situation

    Studies have been submitted to the MTPA for analysis.

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