Luka Koper - Port of Koper

Luka Koper - Port of Koper Presented by Mr. Miran Petrinja, Sales Manager at European Energy Terminal, Luka Koper, d.d. 7th Oil Storage Conference 1 ...
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Luka Koper - Port of Koper Presented by Mr. Miran Petrinja, Sales Manager at European Energy Terminal, Luka Koper, d.d.

7th Oil Storage Conference 1 Amsterdam , January 28-29, 2014

Liquid bulk terminals in North Adriatic Trieste (Italy) Since 1964 cca. 36 M ton /year

Venice (Italy)

Koper (Slovenia)

Since 1966

Since 1968

cca. 10,00 M ton /year

cca. 3 M ton /year

Rijeka (Croatia) Since 1979

5-7 M ton/year

Ravenna (Italy) Since 1920 cca. 2,4 M ton /year

100 Nautical miles 2

A step towards greener transport • Shorter voyage results in minor CO2 emissions

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Cargo throughput Liquid bulk throughput in North Adriatic ports (ton):

40.000.000 35.000.000 30.000.000 25.000.000 20.000.000 15.000.000 10.000.000 5.000.000 0

2006

2007

Ravenna

2008

Rijeka

2009

Trieste

2010

2011

Venezia

Koper

2012 4

North Adriatic Ports – Key Facilities Trieste, Italy • Transalpine Pipeline, commissioned in 1967, to refineries in Germany and Austria, capacity 43 million tons/year,); • Oil Products Terminal Trieste, 139.000 m³; • Oil Products Terminal, Aquilinia; • Throughput: - Crude Oil: 35 million tons/year - Refined products: 1 million tons/year. 5

North Adriatic Ports – Key Facilities Rijeka, Croatia • Adria pipeline from Omišalj Oil Terminal to refineries in - Croatia, - Hungary, - Slovakia; - Max. capacity 15 million tons, - Throughput 5–7 million tons/year; 2012: 4,0 million. • Oil Refinery Omišalj, • No independent storage capacity.

North Adriatic Ports – Key Facilities Ravenna, Italy • La Petrolifera Italo Rumena (PIR), founded 1920, - Several terminals, - Total capacity for refined oil products about 370.000 m³, - Throughput: Refined Products: 2,5 million tons.

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North Adriatic Ports – Key Facilities Venice, Italy • Terminals for oil and derivates : - ENI Venice refinery from 1926, - Decal, 325,000 m³ - Petroven, from year 2000, 326.000 m³, - San Marco Petroli from 1962, 145.000 m³, • Total throughput: - Crude Oil: 4,6 million tons, - Refined Products: 5,2 million tons. 8

North Adriatic Ports – Key Facilities Koper, Slovenia • Terminal Instalacija - For two distributors and for Slovenian Strategical reserves; - Capacity: 450.000 m³ - Throughput: 2,5 million tons/year. • Terminal for Liquid Cargoes of Luka Koper - Detailed description follows. 9

The terminal in numbers (Koper) • Facilities for handling and storing fuels, chemicals, mineral and vegetable oils, • Providing also filtering, blending, mixing of chemicals, denaturizing of alcohol, colouring of heating gas oil, adding biodiesel to the automotive gas oil, etc. A total of 48 shore tanks with capacity from 300 to 20.000 cbm

Total capacity 143.000 cbm

Mid steel shore tanks

33 units

Stainless shore tanks

9 units

Reinforced polyester tanks

6 units

Valid building permit for 3 additional tanks, 20.000 cbm each Berths Sea depth

5 12,0 to 13,0 m (-1 m for dangerous cargo)

RTC loading stations

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Truck loading stations

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The liquid bulk terminal (Koper)

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Tanks location in Koper

Gasoline/diesel tanks

Jet fuel and oils

Methanol, fuels and other chemicals

Tanker berth for gasoline/diesel 12

About the company Luka Koper, d.d. • Established in 1957, • Public limited company listed on the Ljubljana stock exchange, • Concession granted for the management of the port area until 2043, • 1,000 employees in the Luka Koper Group, • Invests in infrastructure and suprastructure in the port area, • Terminal operator of all 12 specialized terminals in the Port of Koper.

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Evolution through decades 1890

2012 1971 1955 1890

1955

1971

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The port in numbers • • • • • •

280 ha of port area, 12 specialized terminals, 3.4 km of operative quays, 26 berths, 30 km of railway tracks serving and connecting all terminals, 18 million tonnes of total maritime throughput (2013).

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Multi-purpose port Containers and Ro-Ro

Break bulk

Liquid bulk

Project cargoes

Passengers

Perishables

Cars

Alumina and other minerals

VEHICLES

Coal and iron ore

Cereals and fodder

Timber

Livestock

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Maritime throughput ton

TEU

total maritime throughput

containers only

20.000.000

700.000

18.000.000 600.000 16.000.000 500.000

14.000.000 12.000.000

400.000

10.000.000 300.000

8.000.000 6.000.000

200.000

4.000.000 100.000 2.000.000 0

0

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

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Structure of handled cargo • By type of cargo, percentage of total throughput in ton (2012) Cars; 4% Liquid bulk; 18%

General cargo; 8%

Dry bulk; 41%

Containers; 29% 18

Hinterland rail & road connections • excellent railway connections to hinterland markets, • modern highway network, • business centres of surrounding hinterland markets can be reached from the Port of Koper by road in less than 1 day and by train in less than 2 days. • an average of 52 trains / day. Modal split Transhipment; 6% Prague 816 km

Road; 38%

Bratislava 536 km

Muenchen 509 km Vienna 492 km

Budapest 570 km Zagreb 241 km

Milan 441 km Belgrade 636 km Sarajevo 708 km

Rail; 56% 19

Port development - 2015 New Ro-Ro berth

National spatial plan limit

Preparation of new hinterland areas

New shore tanks for oil derivatives

Truck Terminal

Extension and reconstruction quayside

Extension and consolidation of Container terminal on Pier I Concentration of Timber terminal on other locations

Dredging of access channels Dredging of Basin I

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Port development - 2030 • The National Spatial Plan foresees a new jetty on Pier II and a new liquid bulk terminal close to the terminal Instalacija.

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Advantage of Southern European shipping and trading flows • Gateway for distribution in Central/Eastern Europe: shorter sailing times for cargo coming from the Mediterranean and beyond Suez • Consecutively possibility of smaller stock and faster renewal of stock; • Minor CO2 emission; • Alternative supply logistic: more supply sources = minor risk for the customer • Smaller terminals – faster respond to customer wishes. 22

Working effectively in today’s challenging economic environment • New ICT technologies enable better and more effective control, faster operation processes, less safety risks; • Automation of loading and measurement by using BAT reduces cots and increases productivity and competitiveness. • Flexibility: smaller ports can offer dedicated solutions for every customer with fast and reliable port operations.

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How Southern European ports will affect storage business in future? • Southern European ports will continue to serve their hinterland; • Good and still improving infrastructure will influence on the growth of hinterland „belonging“ to southern ports; • New investments with the possibility for building tanks upon wishes of the customer; • Bigger draft will enable arrival of bigger ships which means that supply from beyond Suez will be possible. 24

Thank you for your attention!

www.luka-kp.si 25

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