Presentation on theme: "Session: Investing in Infrastructures and Services (Transports and Tourism) through PPP ----- Speech of Mr. Isaac DE, Advisor of the President of Côte."— Presentation transcript:
Session: Investing in Infrastructures and Services (Transports and Tourism) through PPP Speech of Mr. Isaac DE, Advisor of the President of Côte d’Ivoire, President of National Steering Committee of the Public Private Partnership (CNP-PPP) UK – COTE D’IVOIRE Trade & Investment Forum 2013 London, October 30, 2013
Introduction / Thanks Greetings/Thanks. Speech in two parts: 1. Short presentation of the portfolio of PPP projects in transports, tourism and ICTS sectors; 2. PPP piloting framework.
1 – Transport sector: Eight (8) Projects Sector Amount (billions of CFA F) Amount (millions £) Abidjan water urban transport30 39 Handling Abidjan FHB Airport1013 Port of Abidjan: Construction, operation of a mineral terminal 3545,5 Port of Abidjan: Construction, operation of a cereal terminal 3039 Port of Abidjan : Construction, operation of an oil dumping station 1823,4 Port of San Pedro: development and management of an industrial zone 85110,5 Port of Abidjan: Development and operation of a parking lot of trucks 2532,5 Port of Abidjan: Development and operation of an industrial zone 4052
1 – Tourism and ICTS sectors: six (6) projects SecteurMontant (milliards de F CFA) Montant (millions £) Rehabilitation, operation of Hotel President of Yamoussoukro (Hotel, Golf) + Wildlife park 3039 Rehabilitation, operation of 5 stars hotels in regional main cities 56,5 Rehabilitation, operation of the Golf Hotel + Ivoire Golf Club of Abidjan 4153 Completion, Management and maintenance of the backbone + optical fiber meshing 4052 Project of construction and maintenance of cyber centers in 5,000 villages 2026 Infrastructures, equipment, maintenance for the switch to the DTT 6078
2 – Existing conditions of success 1.Côte d’Ivoire long experience in PPP (since 1959) 2.International successful PPP projects (Azito project, railways concessionning project, third bridge of Abidjan); 3.Existence of a legal framework on PPP: Yes. Existence of regional and national legislation and regulations on PPP (regional directives and national decree # ) ; 4.Existence of an institutional framework. Yes (decree # ). 5.A strong political commitment: National Steering Committee reporting directly to the Office of the President.
2 – Existing conditions of success 6.Existence of a plan and a strategy for medium-term development: yes. PND and PIP validated by international donors; 7.PPP projects list in coherence with PND : yes. 60 priority projects included in the PND and the PIP An environment favorable for the development of the private sector and is being improved
2 – Roles and responsibilities in PPP process StepsAuthorities Concerned Project identificationContracting authority (with CA-PPP support + external support if necessary) Appraisal of the PPP optionCNP-PPP Project preparationContracting authority (with CA-PPP support) Selection of the PPP Candidates and contract or agreement signature Contracting authority (with CA-PPP support) Contract approvalNon objection : CNP-PPP, Validation: Council of Ministers Signature: Assignee of the project +contracting authority + Minister of Economy and Finance Project execution follow upContracting authority + CNP-PPP with SE-PPP and CA-PPP support
2 – Who to contact if you are interested ? Three possibilities : 1.Contracting authority 2.CNP-PPP Contracting authority 3.CEPICI CNP-PPP Contracting authority
Conclusion Numerous business opportunities in particular within the PPP framework in Côte d’Ivoire; The British private sector has a big experience recognized in the PFI / PPP community. He has a role to play in the construction of an emergent Côte d’Ivoire. The technical Ministries (contracting authority) of the projects, the National Steering Committee of the PPP, the CEPICI, are available to give you all the necessary information so that British businessmen can participate in the development and the realization of PPP projects in Côte d’Ivoire.