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This report focuses on the study of the prospects of increasing coal exports through the ports of the Black and Azov seas and rail infrastructure in southern Russia in the light of development of the port of Taman. The report consists of 7 chapters, contains 113 pages, 23 tables, 41 and figure 2 of Appendix.
This work is a "desk" research. As information sources, we used data of Federal Service of State Statistics of Russia (Rosstat), JSC "Russian Railways" (statistics of rail transport), Federal Customs Service of Russia, ESIMO (Unified State System of information on the world's oceans), the Association of Russian ports, CJSC " Mortsentr-TEK ". Also, data of the sector and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies, web-sites of ports and stevedoring companies.
The first chapterof the report presents brief characteristics of the marine port infrastructure in Russia. It presents data on volumes of cargo handling at marine basins of Russia in the period 2008-2012 to ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin presents data on volumes of freight traffic as a whole, and the dynamics of coal handling in 2008-2012.
The second chapter analyzes the main policy documents for the development of port infrastructure - federal programs and transport strategy. The data on major projects to build capacity for coal handling in the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin.
The third chapterof the report analyzes the prospect of traffic to the sea ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin in 2013-2014 with the construction of Olympic facilities in Sochi. It presents data on volumes of cargo to the Olympic construction projects in the period 2010-2013, by type of transport.
The fourth chapter is devoted to the analysis of the infrastructure of "Russian Railways", it shows the basic performance of the company.
In the fifth chapter summarizing the progress of the project to increase the capacity of the railway to the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin.
The sixth chapter discusses the various options for the sea port infrastructure ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin and the forecast capacity of the railway until 2020.
The seventh chapter is the main conclusions of the study.
1. Coal export through Russian ports of the Black and Azov Seas
1.1. Brief description of the sea port infrastructure in Russia
1.2. The current status of coal exports through the ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin
Port of Tuapse
Port of Rostov-on-Don
Port of Azov
Port of Taganrog
2. Major projects for coal handling capacity at the Russian ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin
2.1. Policy documents for the development of infrastructure of sea ports of Russia
2.2. Major projects
Dry cargo port area of Taman
Rostov Universal Port
3. Assessment of the prospects cargo of coal to the southern ports in 2013-2014 with the construction of Olympic facilities in Sochi
4. Characteristics of the infrastructure of "RZD"
5. Implementation of federal programs and policies for the development of Railways w / d infrastructure in southern Russia
5.1. Key policy documents for the development of the railway infrastructure
5.2. Progress in implementing the infrastructure projects of JSC "Russian Railways"
Volga Railway - branch of JSC "RZD"
North-Caucasian railway - branch of JSC "Russian Railways"
6. Predicted state capacity w / d export shipments of coal from Kuzbass in the Russian ports of the Black and Azov Seas, with a view to 2020
7. Major conclusions from the study
Table 1. Indicators of Russian ports in 2008-2012, mln t
Table 2. Cargo handling sea ports of Russia in 2008-2012 by type of freight, mln t
Table 3. Volumes of coal by sea basins in Russia in 2007-2012, mln t
Table 4. Volumes of Russian coal ports of the Azov-Black Sea basin in 2007-2012, kt
Table 5. Volumes of Russian coal seaports Black Sea in Ukraine in 2007-2012, kt
Table 6. Volumes of coal stevedoring companies in the port of Rostov-on-Don in 2009-2012, mln t
Table 7. Volumes of coal in the port of Azov in 2009-2012, kt
Table 8. Volumes of coal in the port of Taganrog in 2007-2012, mln t
Table 9. Forecast input port facilities in the port of Taman until 2015-2020-2030, mln t
Table 10. Cargo handling by NCSP Group in 2012 and forecast for 2013, mln t
Table 11. The volume of traffic (sending) of cargo transport in the Krasnodar Territory in 2007-2011, mln t
Table 12. Throughput of public transport in the Krasnodar Territory in 2007-2012, bln t-km
Table 13. The volume of traffic (sending) of cargo transport in the Rostov region in 2007-2011, mln t
Table 14. Throughput of transport in the Rostov region in 2007-2011, bln t-km
Table 15. Volumes of coal traffic in the direction of the southern ports in 2009-2012, kt
Table 16. Throughput of different modes of transport in Russia in 2000-2012, bln t-km
Table 17. Volumes of main kinds of freight by railway in Russia in 2000-2012, mln t
Table 18. The main characteristics of infrastructure "RZD"
Table 19. Performance of OAO "RZD" in 2005-2012
Table 20. The need for investment in the most promising projects to 2020 and plan costs in 2010 in accordance with an investment budget of JSC "Russian Railways", bn
Table 21. Distribution of coal handling by type of transport and marine basins in the period up to 2030, mln t
Table 22. Import volumes of Russian coal largest consumers in the Mediterranean basin in 2007-2012, mln t
Table 23. Weather in transshipment cargo delivered to seaports by rail to 2015-2020-2025, mln t
Figure 1. Dynamics of financing of port infrastructure in Russia in 2002-2011 (tons)
Figure 2. Cargo handling sea ports of Russia (mln t) and growth rates of turnover (%) in 2002-2012
Figure 3. Dynamics of foreign trade cargo transshipment Russia through the Russian foreign ports in 2000-2012, mln t
Figure 4. The structure of foreign cargo transshipment country Russia in 2012,%
Figure 5. Cargo mix Russian ports in the basins in 2012,%
Figure 6. Dynamics of freight turnover of Russian seaports by commodities in 2008-2012, mln t
Figure 7. Dynamics of coal handling in the ports of Russia (mln t) and the share of coal in the volume of transshipment of dry cargo (%) in 2008-2012
Figure 8. The structure of the coal handling Russian ports on basins in 2009-2012,%
Figure 9. Dynamics of production and export of coal (million tonnes) and export share of production (%) in Russia in 2000-2012
Figure 10. The structure of the coal production in Russia by Federal Districts in 2012,%
Figure 11. The structure of export shipments of coal by region of Russia in 2012,%
Figure 12. Geographical location and turnover of Russian ports in the Black Sea in 2012, mln t
Figure 13. The structure of the Black Sea port throughput in 2012,%
Figure 14. Handling dynamics of the Russian coal exports through the ports of Russia and Ukraine in 2007-2012, mln t
Figure 15. Plan of the port of Tuapse
Figure 16. Dynamics of coal handling at the port of Tuapse in 2009-2012, mln t
Figure 17. Total deliveries of coal to the port of Rostov-on-Don in 2009-2012, mln t
Figure 18. The scheme of the port of Azov
Figure 19. Dynamics of coal handling at the port of Azov in 2009-2012, mln t
Figure 20. Scheme seaport Temryuk
Figure 21. Volumes of coal Temryuk in 2008-2012, mln t
Figure 22. Scheme Seaport Yeisk
Figure 23. Dynamics of coal handling at the port of Yeisk in 2009-2012, mln t
Figure 24. Map waterway port of Taganrog
Figure 25. Dynamics of coal handling at the port of Taganrog in 2009-2012, mln t
Figure 26. Port Kavkaz scheme
Figure 27. Arrangement of dry cargo sea port of Taman
Figure 28. The project is a dry cargo port area of Taman
Figure 29. The distribution of traffic load in Sochi by transport in 2012-2013, mln t
Figure 30. Dynamics of freight (billion ton-km) and traffic (million tons) of rail transport in Russia in 1992-2012
Figure 31. The structure of the rail freight by commodity in 2005, 2008, 2012,%
Figure 32. Arrangement of "narrow" places on Russia's railways
Figure 33. The turnover on the cross sections of railways of Russia in 2007-2011, mln t-km
Figure 34. The scheme of the Volga Railroad
Figure 35. Diagram of Gorky - Kotelnikovo - Tikhoretskaya - Korenovsk - Timashevskaya - Crimean
Figure 36. Diagram of Gorky - Kotelnikovo Volga Railroad
Figure 37. The scheme of the North-Caucasian railway
Figure 38. Diagram of Tikhoretskaya-Korenovsk-Timashevskaya - Crimean
Figure 39. Diagram of Departure 9 km - Jurowski - Anapa - Temryuk - Caucasus
Figure 40. Scenarios forecast turnover Azov-Black Sea basin until 2015-2030, mln t
Figure 41. Scenarios forecast turnover Azov-Black Sea basin by commodities until 2015-2030, mln t