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  1. PORT HEDLANDPORT AUTHORITY Lumsden Point Development August 2012

  2. Port Hedland Overview • Iron Ore Exports • 105 mtpa 2005/06 • 246 mtpa 2011/12 • 487 mtpa 2016/17 (forecast) • Berths • Current • 11 Cape Size Iron Ore Berth • 1 Multi User Mini Cape Bulk Berth (Utah Point) • 3 General Cargo Berths • Approved (inner harbour) • 16 Cape Size Iron Ore Berths (inc. South West Creek) • 1 Multi User Mini Cape Bulk Berth (Utah Point) • 3 General Cargo Berths

  3. Iron Ore Exports Actual Forecast

  4. Non Iron Ore Overview • Port Hedland Berths 1 – 3 used for General & Bulk Cargo • Fuel • Salt • Copper Concentrates • Containers • General Cargo • Project Cargo • Rail – tracks, locomotives, bogies

  5. General Cargo – Existing Berths

  6. Non Iron Ore Trade Growth • General cargo activity linked to exports – Department of Transport estimates this at 1 – 1.5% of throughput • Cargo forecast, including general cargo,to grow from 4.9 mtpa in 2011/12 to 9.2 mtpa 2016/17 • Capacity of 6.3-6.5 mtpa at existing berths to be reached in 2012/13 • Significant congestion of the berths expected beyond this timeframe • Growth in export berths has not been matched by growth in general cargo berths

  7. Non Iron Ore Trade Growth

  8. Relation berth occupancy/waiting time – General Cargo 2 - Berth case Port performance and Productivity: Source United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

  9. Berth CongestionLumsden Constructed 2014 * 100% berth occupancy reflects 70% actual berth usage, plus vessel sailing and change over, and berth maintenance * Rock Load Out for 2 years 2015/16-2016/17

  10. Berth Congestion Lumsden Constructed 2015 * 100% berth occupancy reflects 70% actual berth usage, plus vessel sailing and change over, and berth maintenance * Rock Load Out for 2 years 2015/16-2016/17

  11. Channel Capacity • A & B Class • Priority sailing for iron ore vessels – loaded and empty • Tidal constrained • C Class • PHPA Utah Point and General Cargo • Typically non tide constrained • Other – D Class

  12. Inner Harbour Capacity Allocations Inner Harbour • PHPA 30 Mtpa • BHP 240 Mtpa • FMG 120 Mtpa • RHI 55 Mtpa • NWIOA 50 Mtpa Total 495 Mtpa Outer Harbour • BHP “Quantum” 200 Mtpa • Multi-User 200 Mtpa • Total* 400 Mtpa • * Can be increased

  13. Channel Capacity AM Peak 18.3m 14.3m

  14. Lumsden Point • Identified originally in the 2007 Ultimate Development Plan as site for multi user berths • Early concept work by PHPA created the ‘triangle’ option • Multiple land backed berths • Variety of cargoes – ore, fuel, containers, general • Staged development • Involved substantial capital investment

  15. Lumsden Point Current Concept • Predominantly general cargo (excluding iron ore, salt) • Staged development to match cargo demand • Stage 1 entails– 2 Handymax berths, 400m length, land backed • Optimise capital investment • Operationally aligned to PHPA service delivery objectives – reliable, competitive & efficient port • Minimise dredging and environmental impact

  16. Stage 1: Concept design

  17. Lumsden Estate • Approx. 140 Hectares • Mix of light and medium industries to support port activities • Direct access to Lumsden Point and Common User Facility (CUF) • Direct access to Great Northern Highway realignment • Developed in stages to meet industry demand • Pre Assembled Modules (PAMs) access road for Boodarie

  18. CUF Concept Design • Maritime Servicing Facility • Wharves • Ship lift • Laydown area • Supporting Industries • Synergies with General Cargo at Lumsden • Proposed location adjacent to Lumsden general cargo berths *Concept only for illustrative purposes.

  19. General Cargo Investment Sequencing • Lumsden Point - 2 Berths (Handymax) 2014/15 • South West Creek – Anderson Point 6 Berth (Fuel – Post Panamax) – Demand Driven • Lumsden Point – 2 Berths (Handymax/Panamax) – Demand Driven

  20. Lumsden Funding Approvals • Concept Design & Strategic Business Case complete • PHPA Board approved a market sounding study on concept design and business case • Liaise concept design with key agencies • Next stage of approvals dependent on preferred procurement / funding strategy • PHPA / Government Funded • Proponent Funded / PPP

  21. Approvals process

  22. Thank You