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IIDC Overview and Profile Vision, Structure, Strengths and Services IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (IIDC)
Our Vision Vision Developing infrastructure projects, benchmarking against international & national standards, ensuring induction of best practices and efficiencies towards implementation Approach Creation of a Business Plan of the opportunities: Collaborate with Federal and/or Local Government and its Agencies to address infrastructure needs Introduce rigorous project development to successfully commercialize private sector led projects Engage in infrastructure enabling policy formulation Assist in obtaining funds during project development and implementation
Board of Directors Mr. Ravi Parthasarathy - ChairmanExecutive Chairman, IL&FS Mr. Hari Sankaran – DirectorManaging Director, IL&FS Mr. Arun K Saha – DirectorJt. Managing Director, IL&FS Mr. Sandeep H Junnarkar – DirectorAdvocate, Junnarkar & Associates Mr. Pradeep Puri – DirectorCEO, NTBCL Mr. S D Kapoor – DirectorFormer Chairman & Managing Director, MMTC Ltd. Mr. S C Tripathi – DirectorFormer Secretary, Govt. of India Mr. C P Jain – DirectorFormer Chairman & Managing Director, NTPC Ltd.
Organogram Chief Executive Officer Department Heads Corporate Secretarial Legal Finance & Accounts Corporate Review & Planning Administration Information Technology Sectoral LeadersTerritorial Leaders Assignment Supervisors Core Teams Support Teams Researchers Support Staff Human Resource
What is IIDC The infrastructure development arm of IL&FS, also domiciling its extensive portfolio of Projects across sectors Objectives: To develop world-class infrastructure on self-sustainable basis, especially on Public-Private–Partnership (PPP) formats To create synergistic development opportunities with Federal, Regional & Local Governments and the Private Sector To undertake bankable project development, from concept to commissioning stage Our USP: Pan sector knowledge, geographic presence, strong understanding of policies & processes & market penetration
Market breadth and penetration: Across the nation and internationally IIDC GOVERNMENTS Central Government State GovernmentInternational Organizations Private Sector Multilateral & Bilateral Organizations
Solving the Infra Paradox The Missing Link – identification and structuring Great need of Infrastructure creation Capital need Infrastructure Sustainability Investments with Steady Returns Can be addressed by suitable project development
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Project Development –Techno-Economic Viability : Financial Rate of Return –Risk Management : Identification, Mitigation, Allocation –Adequate Economic Rate of Return –Rigorous Environmental and Social Assessment –Conformity to public standards and transparency –Appropriateness of the Institutional and Legal Framework BANKABLE PROJECTS BY ENSURING
Project Delivery Process Project Bidding SPV formation Selection of Operator/ Investors Bankable Project Project Marketing Monitoring Compliance with Performance std. Regulatory M/c Auditing/Reporting Project Transfer Development Financing Structures Bidding Structures Contractual Frameworks Legal Documentation Identification Detailed Feasibility/ Structuring Project Scheduling A Continuous Process
PPP Approach Leverage limited budgetary resources Improve efficiency in service delivery Need PPP approach Attract private investments for infrastructure projects Goal Private Sector contribution for: Financial investments Management practices Efficiency in service delivery Public Sector contribution limited to: Financial gap funding Providing institutional commitment to project
Concept/ Screening Technical & Financial Feasibility /Appraisal Bid Process Management Funding (PDF/Equity) & Syndication Implementation/ Monitoring & Supervision Services offered from concept to commissioning Few Products and Relationships
Nature of Services & Practices Project Development especially PPP assignments Development Consulting Project Appraisal Detailed Technical and Financial Feasibility Assessments Program Management Policy Advisory Project finance Advisory Training and Capacity Building
Project Development Create bankable projects which can implemented on PPP frameworks Project Development is carried out by IIDC with or without opportunities for Funding by IL&FS –Project Development Funding (PDF/direct IL&FS) –Equity Participation Examples successfully delivered such as Visakhapatnam Industrial Water Supply Project, AP, Gangavaram Port- Visakhapatnam, AP Concept/ Screening Technical & Financial Feasibility Funding (PDF/Equity) & Syndication Implementation / Monitoring & Supervision Bid Process Management
Program Management Adding depth by extending involvement beyond the procurement of the private sector developer and fulfill roles such as Implementation and Monitoring & Oversight –Example: IIDC had taken on the role of Monitoring the National Games Housing Complex project in Jharkhand Increasing the breadth of Project Development activities – co-ordinating and developing a conglomeration of projects across sectors/locations –Example: the Community Service Centre Project for the DoIT and IIDC role in the JNNURM initiative of the MoUD Implementation / Monitoring & Supervision
Policy Advisory IIDC also undertakes advisory mandates Leveraging extensive Project Development expertise in the infrastructure sector. Clients include Central Government ministries, Private Sector and PSUs. Some significant mandates are: –Designing Toolkits for the JNNURM, MoUD –Mid-term Appraisal of ASIDE Scheme –Development of PPP Policy Framework for Tamil Nadu, PPIAF (World Bank) –Development of Financing Options for DVC –Strategic and Business Plan for ASEB Technical & Financial Advisory
Training and Capacity Building Training on Infrastructure Development on PPP frameworks is emerging as an interesting project. Product allows IIDC to: –Create an enabling environment for PPP projects –Sensitize the decision-makers to the risks in PPP projects and the importance of Project Development and open new markets –Enhance the reputation of IL&FS as a pioneer in infrastructure development Some important training assignments include –Training module on PPP – part of the in-house training program for IAS officers with 17-20 years of service at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy –Developing a module on PPP for the Department of Personnel and Training, under the UNDP project “Strengthening of State Training Institutes in India”
Few Relationships Joint Ventures and SPVs Haldia Integrated Development Agency Ltd North East Tourism Development Corp. Ltd. Bengal Integrated Infrastructure Development Ltd. Infrastructure Development Corp. of Assam Ltd. Bodoland Infrastructure Development Corp. Ltd. Etc... Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Home Affairs Ministry of Corporate Affairs Ministry of Urban Development Planning Commission MMTC SAIL ONGC IWAI Government World Bank ADB USAID and USAEP African Development Bank Multilateral Agencies State Govt. AP Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Gujarat Haryana Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Maharashtra MP Nagaland Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu UP Uttaranchal West Bengal
Sectoral Experience and our strength Some Project Examples of sectoral spread Focus Sectors: Special Economic Zones/ Industrial Corridors Tourism Logistics/FTWZ Social Infrastructure Transport Ports (Air & Sea) Urban Infra and Municipal Services Urban Transport Solar & Township Development Rural development Managed Assets
Roads: Punjab Road Projects under BOT Balachour-Dasuya104.50 Patiala-Malerkotla60.00 Moga-Kotkapura 47.70 Patiala-Patran48.60 Ferozepur-Fazilka84.55 Kiratpur-Una35.7 Road Corridors Length (Km) Balachour-Dasuya104.50Balachour-Dasuya104.50 Hoshiarpur–104.09Hoshiarpur–Tanda27.9 Patiala-Malerkotla60.00Patiala-Malerkotla55.77 Moga-Kotkapura 47.70 Moga-Kotkapura 47.70 Patiala-Patran48.60Patiala-Patran48.60 Ferozepur-Fazilka84.55Ferozepur-Fazilka84.40 Kiratpur-Una35.7Kiratpur-Una35.72 Road Corridors Length (Km) Road Corridors Length (Km) * Concession Agreements of all these road projects in Punjab have been signed and currently these projects are under construction.
Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project Brief Planned along 1,483 km long western dedicated freight corridor (DFC) project between Delhi & Mumbai which proposed to be commissioned by 2012 GOI initiated DMIC to leverage the economic benefits arising from western DFC DIPP, MoCI, appointed M/s IL&FS Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, in March, 2007, as Consultant to prepare Concept Paper GOI accorded ‘in principle’ approval to Project Outline in August, 2007 Apex Authority constituted in September, 2007 with Union Finance Minister as Chairman, Cabinet Ministers and Six Chief Ministers as Members Project Development Fund (PDF) of US$250 Million agreed to be set up with funds from Govt. of India and Govt. of Japan Haryana Rajasthan Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra Arabian Sea J.N.Port End Terminals DFC Alignment G-Q (NH-8) N-S & E-W NH Corridor Existing Passenger Rail Link Dadri
Project: Greenfield development of airport for Bangalore Project developed successfully for Govt of Karnataka. IL&FS’ Process Management: –Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies, Financial Structuring –Government Approval and Clearance Processes : Steering Committee, Infrastructure Authority –Bid Documentation & Procurement Process for PSP: Marketing & Facilitation role Developer consortium of Siemens, Zurich Airport, L&T ECC identified and agreements finalised. Financial Close in 2004 for BIAL, project SPV Airports: Bangalore Airport
Project: Greenfield development of 50 MTPA multi-purpose port east of Visakhapatnam Project developed successfully for Govt of Andhra Pradesh with Rs 2043 cr investment committed IL&FS’ Process Management: –Techno-Economic Feasibility Studies, Financial Structuring –Government Approval and Clearance Processes : Steering Committee, Infrastructure Authority –Bid Documentation & Procurement Process for PSP: Marketing & Facilitation role Developer consortium of DVS Raju and Dubai Ports International identified. Ports: Gangavaram Port
Project Size: Rs 5852 mn (Ph-I: Rs. 4100 mn) Pipeline from Godavari River (Rajahmundry), 56 km upstream of Yeleru reservoir, to create capacity of about 590 MLD Phase I: Rehab of existing 153-km YLBC (Yeleru reservoir to Vizag) & Loss Reduction Phase II: Laying 56 km Godavari-YLBC pipeline Project completion (Phase I) August 2004 Water: Vizag Industrial Water Supply
Industrial Infrastructure Industrial Cluster Developments under IIUS Scheme of Govt. of India –Ludhiana Textile Cluster –Howrah Foundry Cluster –Kanpur Leather Cluster –Raipur Steel Cluster –Goa Industrial Cluster –And many more … Pharma City in Andhra Pradesh Industrial Park/ Satellite Zones in Chattisgarh (3 Nos.), Bhubaneswar, Adityapur
SEZ: Kakinada SEZ Project Features ONGC & Kakinada Sea Port Ltd. are the key developers About 10,000 acres land proposed for SEZ Project cost for Phase I is estimated at Rs 300 billion Project Status Sector & Demand Assessment completed Technical & Engineering Consultants appointed SPV formed for development of Port Based SEZ in Kakinada IL&FS Role IL&FS undertaking entire project development activities The scope interalia include; Technical studies, financial structuring, bid process management, transaction advisors for financial closure
Railways: Advisory Mandates Tanzania Railways Corporation Concession –IL&FS providing advisory assistance to RITES in bidding for Tanzania Railways Corporation Concession –IL&FS involvement spanned across traffic forecasting and structuring the project. –RITES has won the bid and further involvement of IL&FS in the project is envisaged Mozambique Railways Privatization –IL&FS undertook a study, funded by the World Bank, for looking at privatization of Mozambique Railways. –The study aimed at establishing financial feasibility for concessioning of Mozambique Railways on BOT basis
Township: Residential Township at Ranchi for the 34 th National Games Government of Jharkhand envisaged the development & construction of a township for 34th National Games, 2007 to be held at Ranchi. The housing complex shall be –self-contained –sustainable –environment friendly –equipped with quality infrastructure The project will create suitable accommodation to house 6000 sportspersons/participants and in the process provide a self contained residential township for the new capital of Jharkhand. IIDC undertook Project Development and selected Nagarjuna Construction Co. as the Private Sector Developer in Jan 2006
Tourism: Integrated Convention Center Complex Location: Hyderbad Project Size: Rs 3080 mn The Residential Project: –A residential community encompassed around a 18 hole world-class golf course The Convention Project: –A 3,000+ person capacity convention hall that also doubles up as an exhibition hall with a 300 room business hotel IIDC partnered with APIIC to identify developer, Emaar Properties PJSC, Dubai and Collaboration Agreement being signed.
Associating with IIDC Joint Venture (JV)/ Project Development Company (PDC), by contributing equity Project Development and Promotion Partnership (PDPP), an institutional arrangement Stand-alone Assignments or MoU’s- Consultancy or fee based assignments Interested Parties including the Central/ State/Local Government and its Agencies and the Private Sector can associate with IIDC using following arrangements: MoU= Memorandum of Understanding
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