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Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Belém/PA - (BEL 02A, BEL 02B, BEL 04, BEL 08, and BEL 09)

Liquid Bulk Terminals in the Port of Belém/PA - (BEL 02A, BEL 02B, BEL 04, BEL 08, and BEL 09) 

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Studies

Public Consultation

TCU Assessment

Bidding Documents

Auction

Contract

10/23/2017
09/26/2018
11/28/2018
12/20/2018
04/05/2019
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  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    3rd Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Ports

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    Completed

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    For Rent / Lease

  • UF

    PA

  • CAPACITY

    184 mil m³

  • BASE DATE

    10/2017

  • INVESTMENT CAPEX

    305,984,223.00

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    MTPA, ANTAQ, EPL e CDP

  • TERM (YEARS)

    15/20 anos

  • DATE OF BIDDING

    april 05, 2019

  • DATE OF AUCTION

    april 05, 2019

  • AWARD CRITERIA

    Higher grant

  • MINIMUM GRANT FEE

    1,0 real

  • EFFECTIVE GRANT

    R$ 267.416.500,00

Project Summary

There are five areas, all for the reception, storage and distribution of liquid fuels, and the area BEL 09 will also move LPG.

 

For liquid fuels, the operational dynamics projected for the five areas are summarized in the waterway receipt of products, storage in specific tanks for each product and loading of trucks for distribution. In general, part of the products comes from national refineries, and part is imported.

 

In the case of LPG, the BEL 09 terminal receives the product by waterway mode, stores it in spheres and supplies the LPG via pipelines to the distributors, located inside the Petrochemical Terminal of Miramar.

 

The projects are brownfields, the areas are in operation and account for a significant portion of the regional supply.

 

The bidding criterion of the auctions will be the highest grant value, with the minimum grant being the amount of 1.0 real. The payment of the winning grants of the events will be divided into 5 annual installments.

 

The BEL 02A area is a brownfield area with 43,240 m². The project will enable investments to be made to upgrade the terminal in the order of U$ 12.7 million, which will provide the new terminal with a static storage capacity of 34.5 thousand tons of fuel. The contractual term is 15 years and may be extended successively, at the sole discretion of the Granting Authority, up to a maximum of 70 (seventy) years.

 

The BEL 02B area is a brownfield area with 46,627 m². The project will enable investments of requalification of the terminal in the order of U$ 7.2 million, which will provide the new terminal with the static storage capacity of 37.2 thousand tons of fuels. The contractual term is 15 years and may be extended successively, at the sole discretion of the Granting Authority, up to a maximum of 70 (seventy) years.

 

The BEL 04 area is a brownfield area with 25,010 m². The project will allow for the realization of terminal requalification investments in the order of U$ 3.1 million, which will provide the new terminal with the static storage capacity of 19.9 thousand tons of fuels. The contractual term is 15 years and may be extended successively, at the sole discretion of the Granting Authority, up to a maximum of 70 (seventy) years.

 

The BEL 08 area is a brownfield area with 51,450 m². The project will enable investments to be made to upgrade the terminal in the order of U$ 23.6 million, which will provide the new terminal with the static storage capacity of 41.0 thousand tons of fuel. The contractual term is 20 years and may be extended successively, at the sole discretion of the Granting Authority, up to a maximum of 70 (seventy) years.

 

The BEL 09 area is a brownfield area with 37,600 m². It is important to note that the BEL09 leasing area is the only facility in the region of Belém able to make the waterway reception of LPG. The project will enable investments of requalification of the terminal in the order of U$ 34.0 million, which will provide the new terminal with the static storage capacity of 14 thousand tons of liquid fuels and 4,9 thousand tons of LPG. The contractual term is 20 years and may be extended successively, at the sole discretion of the Granting Authority, up to a maximum of 70 (seventy) years.

 

 

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