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  • MINISTRY OF PORTS

    SECRETARIA DE PORTOS DA PRESIDNCIA DA REPBLICA

    SEP/PR

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional overview and

    Investment opportunities

    Presentation for the World Economic Forum on Latin

    America

    Panama City April 2014

  • Legal references:

    Federal Law n. 12.815, 2013; and

    Federal Decree n. 8.033, 2013.

    Main changes:

    Centralized Intermodal Logistic Planning;

    Realocation of responsabilities and competences among public players

    (Ministry of Ports, Federal Agency and Port Authorities);

    Main goals: logistic cost reduction and efficiency; and

    Competition enhancement

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    New Port Law: Federal Law 12.815/2013

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    Porto de MANAUS Porto de MACAP Porto de SANTARM Porto de VILA DO CONDE Porto de BELM Porto de ITAQUI Porto de FORTALEZA Porto de AREIA BRANCA Porto de NATAL Porto de CABEDELO Porto de RECIFE Porto de SUAPE Porto de MACEI Porto de SALVADOR Porto de ARATU Porto de ILHEUS Porto de BARRA DO RIACHO Porto de VITRIA Porto do FORNO Porto de NITEROI Porto do RIO DE JANEIRO Porto de ITAGUA Porto de ANGRA DOS REIS Porto de SO SEBASTIO Porto de SANTOS Porto de ANTONINA Porto de PARANAGU Porto de SO FRANCISCO DO SUL Porto de ITAJA Porto de IMBITUBA Porto de LAGUNA Porto de ESTRELA Porto de CACHOEIRA DO SUL Porto de PORTO ALEGRE Porto de PELOTAS Porto de RIO GRANDE Porto de PORTO VELHO

    Brazilian Public Ports: 37 Ports

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

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    20 Amazonas AM: 14 TUPs 6 ETCs 15 Par PA : 14 TUPs 1 ETC 2 Amap AP: 1 TUP 1 ETC 3 Maranho MA : 3 TUPs 1 Cear CE : 1 TUP 1 Rio Grande do Norte RN : 1 TUP 1 Pernambuco PE: 1 TUP 1 Alagoas AL : 1 TUP 2 Sergipe SE : 2 TUPs 11 Bahia BA : 11 TUPs 11 Esprito Santo ES : 11 TUPs 25 Rio de Janeiro RJ : 25 TUPs 8 So Paulo SP : 8 TUPs 4 Paran PR : 4 TUPs 10 Santa Catarina SC : 9 TUPs 1 IPT 16 Rio Grande do Sul RS : 16 TUPs

    6 Mato Grosso do Sul MS 5 TUPs 1 ETC

    Fonte: CGAPEE/DOP/SEP/PR

    Brazilian Private Terminals: 146 Terminals

    8 Rondnia RO: 7 TUPs 1 ETC

    1 Mato Grosso MT 1 TUP

    TUP Terminal de Uso Privado ETC Estao de Transbordo de Carga IPT Instalao Porturia de Turismo

    Posio de: 21/02/2014

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

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    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    Demand Average Annual Growth Rate

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    BY CARGO

    Solid Bulk 5.68% per year

    Liquid Bulk 6.81% per year

    General Cargo** 3.37% per year

    Container 6.33% per year

    Total 5.70% per year

    Demand forecast 2030 (by cargo)

    **Excluding container

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  • Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    Port Infrastructure Investiment Opportunities

    NEW CONCESSIONS

    159 areas organized in 4 Groups (U$ 7,2 billion investment)

    Port Efficiency

    Goal: to reduce logistic costs in Brazil

    PRIVATE TERMINALS

    Simplified granting proceeding

    No limitation to third party cargo handling

    Trade off: higher investments lower regulation

    EARLY RENEWAL OF ONGOING CONCESSION CONTRACTS

    Additional investment on public ports of U$ 4 billion

    Improvements on efficiency and capacity

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    Public Port Concession Plan: 4 Groups

    Concessions: general view

    1st Group 2nd Group 3rd Group 4th Group

    Santos/SP Vila do Conde/PA

    Santarm/PA Belm/PA

    Miramar/PA Outeiro/PA

    So Sebastio/SP Salvador/BA

    Aratu/BA Paranagu/PR

    Macei/AL Suape/PE Recife/PE

    Cabedelo/PB Fortaleza/CE

    Itaqui/MA Santana/AP

    Rio Grande/RS Porto Alegra/RS

    Imbituba/SC Itaja/SC

    So Francisco do Sul/SC

    Rio de Janeiro/RJ Niteri/RJ Itagua/RJ Vitria/ES

    Manaus/AM

    Investment: U$ 3,9 billion

  • Investment: R$ 1,7 bi 20 areas reorganized into 9 terminals

    Port of Santos

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    Cargo handled in 2012 105

    Thousand ton

    105

    Capacity increase

    Concessions: 1st Group - Santos

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

  • Investment: R$ 3,7 bi 20 areas for concession

    Ports of Par

    21,2

    Current capacity 105

    Thousand ton

    22,4

    Capacity increase

    Concessions: 1st Group - Par

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

  • Investment: R$ 2,6 bi 17 areas reorganized into 10 terminals 6 new docks

    Port of Paranagu

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    Current capacity 105

    Millions of ton

    40,4

    Capacity increase

    Concessions: 2nd Group - Paranagu

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

  • Investment: R$ 662 thousand New container terminal and a new dock

    Port of Salvador

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    Cargo handled in 2012 105

    Thousand of TEUs

    456

    Concessions: 2nd Group Salvador

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    Capacity increase

  • Investment: R$ 659 mi 4 areas reorganized into 2 terminals and the construction of a new terminal.

    Port of Aratu

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    Cargo handled in 2012 105

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    14,2

    Capacity increase

    Concessions: 2nd Group Aratu

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

  • Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    PRIVATE TERMINALS End of cargo ownership limitations: terminal is allowed to handle third parties and proprietary cargo without limitation

    New authorizations shall be granted only regarding areas outside public ports region

    Expedite Granting proceeding

    Authorization Private Terminals

    BETTER ENVIROMENT FOR PRIVATE INVESTMENTS

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    Authorizations (Private Terminals)

    17 new authorizations granted = U$ 2,45 billion

    41 terminals currently under analysis = U$ 2,56 billion

    id Empresa (Razo Social) Municpio UF Modalidade Valor de Investimento Data da Assinatura

    1 Estaleiro Brasa Niteri RJ Estaleiro R$ 60.000.000,00 11/12/2013

    2 Flexibras - TUP Technimp So Joo da Barra RJ TUP - Apoio Off Shore R$ 142.450.000,00 11/12/2013

    3 Saipem do Brasil Guaruj SP TUP - Apoio Off Shore R$17.000.000,00 11/12/2013

    4 Fundao Municipal Perto Belo Porto Belo SC IPT R$ 1.750.000,00 11/12/2013

    5 AMAGGI Exp e Imp Ltda Porto Velho RO TUP R$ 100.000.000,00 03/01/2014

    6 BAMIN - Bahia Minerao Ilhus BA TUP R$ 898.000.000,00 06/01/2014

    7 Porto Sul Ilhus BA TUP R$ 2.421.980.000,00 06/01/2014

    8 Estaleiro Jurong (Aracruz) Aracruz ES TUP - Estaleiro R$ 500.000.000,00 20/01/2014

    9 ETC - RONAV Manaus AM ETC R$ 3.000.000,00 07/02/2014

    10 Transporte Bertolini Juruti PA ETC R$ 1.157.000,00 12/02/2014

    11 Transporte Bertolini Manaus AM ETC R$ 180.000,00 12/02/2014

    12 Transporte Bertolini Porto Velho RO ETC R$ 3.332.000,00 12/02/2014

    13 Intermoor do Brasil Servios

    Offshore de Instalao Ltda. So Joo da Barra RJ TUP R$ 73.600.000,00 13/02/2014

    14 Manabi Logstica S.A. Linhares ES TUP R$ 1.500.000.000,00 27/02/2014

    15 Minerao Buritirama S.A. Barcarena PA TUP R$ 52.350.000,00 18/03/2014

    16 Louis Dreyfus Commodities Brasil

    S.A. So Simo GO ETC R$ 12.196.671,00 27/03/2014

    17 RIO TURIA SERVIOS LOGSTICOS

    LTDA- TERFRON Itaituba PA TUP R$ 50.505.000,00 27/03/2014

    Total Parcial R$ 5.837.500.671,00

    18 Ultrafrtil* Santos SP TUP (expanso)* R$ 2.257.000.000,00 03/12/2013

    Total Geral R$ 8.094.500.671,00

    * Expanso de TUP existente; no participou do anncio de 2013.

  • Antonio Henrique P. Silveira MINISTER

    MINISTRY OF PORT - BRAZIL

    SECRETARIA DE PORTOS DA PRESIDNCIA DA REPBLICA - SEP/PR

    Brazilian Ports: Institutional Overview and Investment Opportunities

    www.portosdobrasil.gov.br