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Updated As of Februari 2014

IMT-GT Priority Connectivity Projects (PCPs)1 Updates

Code

Indones
ia
II1

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

Sumatra
Ports
Developm
ent
Project

Bandah Aceh,
Indonesia

Transport
/ Port

Bandah Aceh,
Indonesia

Transport
/ Port

North
Sumatra,
Indonesia

Transport
/ Port

Description/Scope of
Work

II1a Ulee Lheue Port.


Consists of adding
another dolphin and a
walkway and installing a
CIQS facility in the
existing terminal.
II1b Malahayati Port.
Consists in providing an
operational container
terminal requiring
strengthening and
widening the dedicated
quay, paving the
container yard, dredging
along the quay to
increase the water
depth to 9m and mobile
container crane and
other equipment.

II1c Belawan Port.


Will build a temporary
roro facility; and
conducting a study with
2 components: technical

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

0.5
(Public
sector)
29
(Public
sector)

12.9
(Public
sector)

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

Possible grant; donor


funding;
GOI to confirm if
ferry or sea port.

Confirmed by Min. of
Transport (MOT)
Container port: for
internal financing;
External funding
possible;
Updates from MOT,
Planning Bureau:
Port dredging 9m
LWS: Rp2.5B Bulk
terminal devt: Rp
5.24 bn Harbor
Mounted
Crane/Shore Crane
150 ton: Rp90 bn
Extension of
container terminal
(200 x 30m) : Rp
120 bn Replacement
of container terminal
(3.5 m2): Rp52.5 bn
Total: Rp270.24 bn
Listed in Blue Book
(revised 2008
edition)
IsDB already
financing

Belawan Kuala Tanjung


will be included in
Belawan Port Master Plan

Initially identified during the consultation missions between ADB and each IMT-GT Government during September to October 2009, and endorsed by the IMT Leaders
during their Summit on 28 October 2010 in Ha Noi, Viet Nam.

Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

Description/Scope of
Work

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

hydrographic and
drainage study for
flooding remedy and
feasibility study for
passenger terminal
relocation and break/
bulk break wharf
expansion
South of
Dumai

Transport
/ Port

II1d Kuala Enok Port.


Currently there is an 80
meter wharf but original
development failed to
"take off" due to lack of
an access road; road to
the port has now been
constructed, although
only a brown-topped
road at this stage; there
is 150 hectares of
backland for
development.

Project Cost
II2

MelakaDumai
Economic
Corridor
Multimoda
l
Transport
Project

Riau Province,
Indonesia

Transport
/ Port

II2a Dumai Port.


Project will continue the
uncompleted container
terminal (200m berth),
because of lack of
funding.

15.0
(PPP)

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

international
container terminal;
Roro facility and
passenger terminal
already internally
financed as planned
for 2010;
Need to estimate
financing gap for
possible ADB loan
Confirmed by
BAPPENAS (PPP Unit)
Listed in PPP Book
2010-2014 (p. 72) as
a potential project
but project name is
Development of Bulk
Terminal (Kuala Enok
Port, Riau)
UPDATES FROM
BAPPENAS (PPP
UNIT):
BAPPENAS to
provide assistance
to conduct pre-FS
Technical advisory
group to prepare
TOR to prepare FS
Assured support to
take project forward

Kuala Enok Port will


have expansion of the
road.

PT Pelindo I will
finance this project

57.4
30.2

Possible Japanese
funding

(Public
sector)

Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location
Pekanbaru to
Dumai, Riau
Province,
Indonesia

Sector

Transport
/ Road

Description/Scope of
Work
II2b PekanbaruDumai Road.
Rehabilitation of 63 km
Duri-Dumai; new 90 km
road on PekanbaruKandis; rehabilitation of
20 km on Kandis-Duri.

Project Cost

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)
845
(Possibly
PPP or
public
sector)
(Revised
amount
based on
PPP book)
[Previous
amount
was
$389.7M]

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

Confirmed by
Mininstry of Public
Works
Listed in PPP Book
2010-2014 (p.92) as
a potential project
UPDATES FROM MPW:
Initially offered for
private sector
financing but found
not financially
feasible. Project now
is proposed to be
financed by
government then
operation and
maintenance would
be conducted by
private sector;
Already included in
the Blue Book
(public sector) under
MPW
Scope and length of
road network
clarified at the NCM
of May 2010
Government of Riau
and the regencies in
Riau signed an MOU
for land acquisition
of the project.
Supporting studies
completed: pre-FS;
SID PenkabaruKandis route; SID
Kandis-Duri route;
and AMDAL toll road
Pekanbaru-Dumai

Detailed Engineering
Design (DED) Study on
the Kandis-Dumai Toll
Road.

Pekanbaru-KandisDumai Toll Road


Section is in the land
acquisition phase.

875.20
3

Code

II3

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sumatra
Toll Roads
Project

Between
Palembang
and
IndralajaEast
ern Highway
running south
out towards
Bandar
Lampung

Transport
/ Road

Palembang
Betung Toll
Road

Transport
/ Road

Sector

Description/Scope of
Work

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

II3a Palembang and


Indraraja Toll Road. 4laning between
Palembang and
Indralaja, which is the
Eastern Highway
running south out of the
city towards Bandar
Lampung (22km
stretch).

105.0

II3b
Palembang

Betung Toll Road


Located on Palembang
Betung
Corridor,which is part
of Sumatra Eastern
Highway; also function
as connector to
Sumatra Middle
Highway;
Proposed toll road is
planned to minimize
traffic load on

388.0

(PPP)

(Possibly
PPP)
(Revised
amount
based on
FS
conducted
by the local
governmen
t, 1 US$ =
9,200 IDR)

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

Confirmed by MPW
Listed in PPP book
2010-2014 as a
priority project
(p.10)
UPDATES FROM MPW:
In line with the
National Spatial Plan
and Road Network
Master Plan, but not
listed in Blue Book.
No investor response
but still retained as
PPP
UPDATES FROM
BAPPENAS (PPP
UNIT):
Project found not
feasible as PPP
based on FS
Government needs
to provide
contribution (land),
which if resolved
might still be
considered as PPP
Additional project
identified at the
NCM of May 2010
Not in the latest PPP
book
Feedback from MPW:
Not in line with the
National Spatial
Plan and Road
Network Master
Plan project has no
taker as a PPP and
not shifted to Blue
Book

The project is still


on-going.

The project is on
Feasibility Study
Phase

The toll road will be


built jointly by the
government and
SOEs.

The project is on
Feasibility Study Phase

Code

II4

Project
Name

Most
southerly
section of
the
Eastern
Highway
from
Bandar
Lampung
to
Bakauheni
and on to
the
southern
tip link
across to
Java

Focal Area/
Location

Bandar
Lampung to
Bakauheni
and on to the
southern tip
link across to
Java

Sector

Transport
/ Road

Description/Scope of
Work
Palembang-Betung
corridor and will
support the
accessibility, to and
from, future sea port
of Tanjung Api-Api. Will
also create positive
impact on economic
growth in South
Sumatera Province,
which produces
abundant natural
resources from
agriculture, fishing
and plantation.
Project Cost
Bakauheni-TerbanggiBesar Toll Road
Located in BakauheniTerbanggi-Besar in
Lampung Province,
which is part of the
Sumatera Eastern
Highway
FIRR: 10.5%

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

[Previous
amount
was
$17.5M]

493.0
820.0
(Possibly
PPP or
public
sector)

(Revised
amount
based on
PPP book)
[Previous
amount
was $82M]

Confirmed by MPW
Listed in PPP Book
2010-2014 (p. 97) as
a potential project
Previously part of
the Sumatra Toll
Roads (II3 project
above) as a
potential PPP but no
investor response as
per GOI; was
delinked as a
separate project
since it was shifted
for public sector
financing (Blue
Book) due to low
FIRR.

Bakauheni-Terbanggi
Besar Toll Road
Section is still on the
land acquisition
preparation.

EIA (Environmental
Impact Assessment)
Study in BakauhuniTerbanggi Besar Toll
Road Section also in
the preparation

Code

II5

Project
Name
MelakaPekanbar
u Power
Interconn
ection

Focal Area/
Location
Pekanbaru,
Riau Province
in Sumatra

Sector

Energy

Description/Scope of
Work
Construction of 500
kvHVDC power
transmission line
between Malacca and
Pekanbaru.

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)
300.0
(Public
sector)

Sharing of power
between Indonesia and
Malaysia during
respective peak periods

II6

Developm
ent of
Aceh
highway
facilities:
Banda
Aceh
Kuala
Simpang

Banda Aceh

Transport
/ Road

To provide better

infrastructure and
facilities to attract
more foreign tourists
particularly from
neighbouring
countries.
Banda Aceh Sumatera
Utara Distance : 450 Km

2,000
(PPP or
public
sector)

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Remarks

Update from ADB


Updated studies on
proposed ownership
structure &
mechanism
presented to PLN in
III Oct
TNB (MAL) and INO
(PLN) are both keen
on the project.
PLN and TNB agreed
in Dec10 to set up a
new team to work on
this Project.
Both PLN and TNB
agreed that a
detailed FS needs to
be carried out before
project can be
financed
ADB proposes PPTA
in 2011; and TA loan
for a marine survey
in 2012 and a loan in
2013-2014 (needs to
be in Blue Book for
Indonesia)
Possibly with
counterpart loan
with Malaysia

The initial works has


been approved.
Tenaga Nasional
Berhad (TNB) of
Malaysia and
Perusahaan Listrik
Negara (PLN) of
Indonesia will jointly
appoint a seabed
surveyor for tender
specifications and
bidding preparations.

The project is
estimated to be
accomplished in 2017.

Confirmed by MPW
Additional project
identified at the
NCM of May 2010
Included for PPP but
open for inclusion in
Blue Book (public
sector)
Pre-feasibility study

Banda Aceh-Kuala
Simpang Toll Road still
in the preparation
stage.

The Feasibility Study


and Basic Design/ Row
Plan Phase II (Main
Trunk) for MedanBanda Aceh Sections

Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

(Toll
Roads
Project)

Description/Scope of
Work

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

Bridges Length : 3,298


M (127 units)

completed
UPDATES FROM
BAPPENAS (PPP
UNIT):
Need to check with
MPW since MPW has
a dedicated unit
dealing with toll
roads, and they only
seek BAPPENAS
assistance, if
needed. Toll road is
still handled by the
central government.
UPDATE FROM MPW
In line with the
National Spatial
Plan for 2020 and
Road Network
Master Plan, but not
listed in Blue Book.
JBC expressed
interest for this
project at the 4th
WGIT Meeting held
in Bangkok,
Thailand on 9-10
May 2011.

As part of the Sumatera


Eastern Highway: Banda
Aceh Sigli
Lhokseumawe Langsa
Binjai

Subtotal for
Indonesia

Remarks

Updated as of Feb.
2014
Route is on going

4,545.6

Malaysi
a
IM1

MelakaPekanbar
u Power
Interconn
ection

Melaka,
Malaysia

Energy

Construction of 500
kvHVDC power
transmission line
between Malacca and
Pekanbaru.

200.0

Public sector
financing. Can be NSO
to TNB. Previous
amount was $500M
Requires project
preparatory TA

Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

Description/Scope of
Work

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

Remarks

Updated as of Feb.
2014

Has a counterpart
loan with Indonesia
(see updates above)

IM2

Thailan
d
IT1

ICQS Bukit
Kaya
Hitam2

Southern
Thailand
Ports
Developm
ent
Program
(Phuket
Port and
Naklua
Port)
[2011]

Kedah,
Malaysia on
Malaysia-Thai
Border

Phuket,
Thailand

Transport
/ Road

Transport
/ Port

Information to be
provided

120.0

Subtotal for Malaysia

320.0

IT1a Phuket Port: The


principal investment
needed is for a
passenger terminal to
process cruise liners
since Phuket is a major
tourist center; includes
RORO services

3.0

JBC expressed
interest for this
project at the 4th WGIT
Meeting held in
Bangkok, Thailand on
9-10 May 2011.

Project ready for


implementation. Due
diligence has been
completed. To be
financed by the Port
Operator (Private
sector).
Currently
negotiating extension
of concession
agreement and trying
to get agreement on
the design of the
passenger facility. The
operator considers
design too expensive
and is reluctant to
invest if concession
period not long
enough. Proposed
extension of the
concession period
under consideration

This project was included in the priority list of projects by the countries at the 4th IMT-GT Working Group Meeting on Infrastructure and Transportation held in Bangkok,
Thailand
on 9-10 May 2011.

Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

Description/Scope of
Work

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

Remarks

Updated as of Feb.
2014

by the Department of
Treasury.

Trang
Province,
Thailand

Transport
/ Port

IT1b Naklua Port:


Intended to handle bulk
and break cargoes for
export, the key
advantage is deeper
water (6 meters); there
is a need for 25km link
road that passes
through some
environmentally
sensitive areas

Project Cost
IT2

Hat YaiSadao
Intercity
Motorway
(formerly
Toll Road)
[2012]

Expressway
between Hat
Yai and the
border post at
Hat Yai,
passing
through Sadao

Transport
/ Road

With existing 4-lane


road passing through
Sadao and many
villages on the way,
causes congestion and
resultant transport
delays, thus the
proposed tolled
motorway to be
developed with a totally
new alignment

Subtotal for Thailand

13.0

Project ready for


implementation. Due
diligence has been
completed.
Public sector financing
FS, detailed design
and EIA completed.
Marine Department of
Thailand will
undertake port
construction project
through local bidding
before end of May
2011. Project
completion expected
by 2014.

16.0
300.0

Feasibility study has


been completed,
which deemed it not
viable. However,
recent increased
traffic jam suggested
good prospect. A
review of the
feasibility study will
be done in 2012.
JBC expressed
interest for this
project at the 4th WGIT
Meeting held in
Bangkok, Thailand on
9-10 May 2011.
PPP desired as a
funding modality.

316.0
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Code

Project
Name

Focal Area/
Location

Sector

Description/Scope of
Work

GRAND TOTAL FOR


IMT-GT

Indicativ
e Project
Cost
(million
USD)

Remarks

Updated as of Feb.
2014

5,181.6

SUMMARY:
Indonesia: $4,545.6 million (six projects)
Malaysia: $320 million (two projects)
Thailand: $316 million (two projects)
Total: $5,181.6 million (ten projects)

SUMMARY 2011 IMT-GT Priority Connectivity Projects (PCPs) US$ M


Indonesia

Malaysia

II1 Sumatra Ports


Development ;

IM1 Melaka-Pekanbaru
Power Interconnection;

II2 Melaka-Dumai
Economic Corridor
Multimodal Transport;

IM2 ICQS Bukit Kayu


Hitam

II3 Sumatra Toll


Roads;

Thailand

Total (USD Million)

IT1 Southern Thailand


Ports Development
Program (Phuket Port and
Naklua Port);
IT2 Hat Yai-Sadao Toll
Road
IT3 Inland Container
Depot (Tung Song)

II4 Most southerly


section of the Eastern
Highway (Bandar
Lampung-Bakauheni)
to Java;
II5 Melaka-Pekanbaru
Power
10

Interconnection;
II6 Development of
Aceh Highway
facilities: Bandah
Aceh-Kuala Simpang
USD 4.54 B

USD 320 M

USD 344 M

USD 5.21 B

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