GMB signs 19 MoUs on first day of Vibrant Gujarat Summit; here is a listJanuary 18, 2019
Gandhinagar: Gujarat Maritime Board today said it has signed a total of 13 MOUs with an integrated investment of Rs. 19542 Cr amidst a special ceremony organized during the seminar- Port Led Development & Strategies to establish India as the Transhipment hub of Asia, as part of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2019.
The emphasis has been on creation of new port capacity, development of Ro-Ro & Cruise terminals
and port mechanization & upgradation.
► An MOU was signed with Petronet LNG Ltd. with an intended investment of Rs 2100 Cr for their expansion project of existing LNG Port Terminal at Dahej which would include development of third jetty and seventh storage tank.
► An MOU was signed with HPCL Rajasthan Refinery Ltd with an intended investment of Rs 1400 Cr for development of Single Point Mooring System and Crude Oil Terminal at Mandvi. It is worthy to mention that Rajasthan despite being a landlocked state has shown interest in setting up a port facility, which is generally available to only coastal states.
► An MOU was signed with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd with an intended investment of Rs. 1350 Cr for LPG Import facilities along with Jetty at Dahej Port and LPG Cavern and pumping facilities at Ankleshwar.
► An MOU was signed with Adani Group with an intended cumulative investment of Rs. 3500 Cracross 3 projects viz.
o Development of Captive Jetty at Kori Creek;
o Development of Cargo Handling terminal for petrochemical Complex at Mundra and
o Ro-Ro Ferry facility at Mundra.
► An MOU was signed with Essar Group with an intended cumulative investment of Rs. 7485 Cracross 2 projects viz.
o Development of port based Smart City and a
o Development of LNG terminal at Hazira.
► An MOU was signed with Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd (APM Terminals Pipavav) for development of Ro-Ro terminal at Pipavav
► A tripartite MOU was signed between Gujarat Maritime Board, JM Baxi & Co and Port of Amsterdam with an intended cumulative investment of Rs 800 Cr for development of cruise terminals at Mandvi, Dwarka, Porbandar and Veraval, marking a new dawn for developing cruise tourism in the state
► An MOU was signed with Dahej Harbour and Infrastructure Ltd with an intended investment of Rs 700 Cr for expansion of their existing port facility at Dahej.
► An MOU was signed with Gujarat Chemical Port Terminal Company Limited with an intended investment of Rs. 347 Cr for expansion of their existing facility at Dahej which would include construction of Butane tank and allied facility.
► An MOU was signed with Nirma Ltd. with an intended investment of Rs. 160 Cr for development of captive jetty at Bhavnagar
► An MOU was signed with Eagle Rail Container Logistics with an intended investment of Rs. 1000 Cr for setting up Smart, Intelligent container handling system across various GMB ports in Gujarat
► An MOU was signed with Foresight Group Services Ltd. FZCO with an intended investment of Rs. 500 Cr for development of port facilities at Gujarat coast for CNG import.
► An MOU was signed with Marine Emergency Response Centre Pvt Ltd with an intended investment of Rs. 200 Cr for setting marine emergency response system, Pollution Control & Response Centre and offering ETV (Emergency Towing Vessel) Support.
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