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Lease of terminal for handling and storage of liquid bulk (fuels) in the Port of Paranaguá/PR (PAR50)

PORTOS – Arrendamento de terminal para movimentação e armazenagem de granel líquido (combustíveis) no Porto de Paranaguá/PR

Projeto brownfield
importance: According to information from the Master Plan of the Paranaguá and Antonina Port Complex, in 2016 a total of 5.1 million tones of oil products, chemicals, LPG and ethanol were handled. For oil products, which in 2016 handled a volume of 3.9 million tones, the projected demand is expected to increase, reaching 7.2 million. In terms of the handling of chemical products, there is a forecast, still according to the master plan, of growth of around 1.1% per year. With regard to ethanol, the forecast in the trend scenario is that there will be a growth rate of 0.9%, expected to reach 185.000 tones in 2060. With regard to vegetable oils, in the trend scenario, the total demand for the Paranaguá and Antonina Port Complex presents an average annual growth of 0.9%, between 2016 and 2060, with the possibility of growth in the export of the product due to the current production idleness of the soy industries in the region. Its implementation will also offer opportunities in a market of the highest relevance in the world and domestic scenario, whether in the export of petroleum products and chemicals, or for the transportation of products through local distributors.

stage:

Studies

Public Hearing

TCU

3rd Trim 2021

Bidding Documents

4th Trim 2021

Public Auction

1st Trim 2022

Contract

UF:

Jobs created throughout the lease contract:

estimated 6.680 (direct, indirect and income effect)

TERMINAL AREA:

85.392m²

Variable rental Value:

R$ 4,11/t

Monthly rental amount:

R$ 253,44

IRR:

9.38%

Vocation:

Cargo – Combustible liquid bulk

Lease term:

25 years

Static capacity:

70.181 m³ (65.602/t)

ESTIMATED INVESTMENTS:

R$ 338 millions

AUCTION CRITERIA:

Highest Grant.

Resolution No. 107, of february 19, 2020.