SGoB – Aritagua Complex Porto Sul – Bahia - Project Profile
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The State Government Of Bahia is developing the Aritagua Complex Porto Sul project at Aritagua, Northern Coast of Ilheus, in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
The project involves the construction of a Public Port, a Logistical Support Area (ZAL), a Private Use Terminal (TUP) and an Environmental Protection Area (EPA).
The Complex Porto Sul will be built on the northern coast of Ilheus, between the villages of Aritaguá and Sambaituba.
Aritagua is located near the left of the Rio Almada, west of the BA-001 (Highway Ilheus / Itacare), with the location of Ponta da Tulha to the north and Porto, do Malhado to the South.
The project will be developed with the investment of state government, the federal government through (PAC) and private sector with Public-private Partnership model.
The Public Port is expected to operate with a nominal capacity to export 75 million tons per year and imports 5 million tons. Included in this capacity is expected to move products such as iron ore, clinker, soybeans, ethanol and fertilizer, and other bulk solids.
In August 2012, The project was in the process of submitting EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment and Reporting Environmental Impact Assessment) prepared for the implementation of the Intermodal Complex.
The preliminary environmental license for the project has been being released by Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renováveis (Ibama) on November 14, 2012.
The project will be developed under Agência Nacional de Transportes Aquaviários (Antaq).
In January 2014, Antaq approved the preliminary environmental license for developing the project.
In March 2014, environmental viability of the project has reevaluated and confirmed by IBAMA.
In September 2014, the installation license (LI) has been released by from IBAMA.
The Chinese Fund for Investment in Latin America (CLAI-Fund) and China Railway Engineering Group n.10 (CREC 10) will build, operate and finance the project.
In March 2016, Chinese Fund for Investment in Latin America (CLAI-Fund), China Railway Engineering Group n.10 (CREC 10) signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with State Government of Bahia and Bahia Mineração (Bamin) to build, operate and finance the project.
In September 2017, the State Government of Bahia signed an agreement to cooperate for the fully integrated development of the Porto Sul with Chinese companies (China Railway Group Limited; China Communications Construction Company Ltd; Minmetals Development Co. Ltd; Shougang Fushan Resources Group Limited; and Dalian Huarui Heavy Industry Group Co. Ltd.) and the Eurasian Resources Group, a shareholder of Bahia Mineração.
Planning activities are underway to start the construction works in the first half of 2018.
The project involves the construction of a multimodal port complex at Aritagua, Northern Coast of ilheus, in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
The US$2,310 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a public port
2. Construction of a logistical support area (ZAL)
3. Construction of a private use terminal (TUP)Reasons To Buy