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ロシア連邦の港湾を経由したロシアの穀物輸出の見通し

Prospects of Russian Grain Exports through Ports of the Russian Federation

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ロシア連邦の港湾を経由したロシアの穀物輸出の見通し Prospects of Russian Grain Exports through Ports of the Russian Federation
出版日: 2012年07月31日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、ロシアの穀物の積み替え用港湾施設について調査分析し、穀物インフラ、港湾施設のキャパシティ、穀物輸出の現状などを検証し、穀物処理用港湾施設の発展予測を提供して、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 ロシア連邦の穀物インフラの状況

第2章 ロシアの穀物の積み替え用港湾施設

  • 極東
    • Vladivostok
  • 南部地域
    • Novorossiysk
    • Tuapse
    • Taman
    • Caucasus
    • Azov
    • Taganrog
    • Eisk
    • Temryuk
    • Rostov-on-Don
    • Olya
    • Makhachkala
    • Astrakhan
    • Ukraine
  • 北西地域
    • Kaliningrad
    • St. Petersburg
    • Baltic

第3章 穀物輸出の現状

  • ロシアからの穀物輸出の動向
  • ロシアの穀物輸出の構造
  • ロシアの穀物市場
  • ロシアの穀物の輸出業者
  • 穀物の供給業者の地域
  • 穀物輸出を増加させる政府の計画

第4章 穀物処理用港湾施設の発展予測

  • ロシアのシベリア・極東連邦管区からの穀物の積み替え用東部回廊構築の状況分析
  • 穀物処理用港湾施設の建設プロジェクト
  • 穀物処理用港湾施設の発展予測

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Abstract

This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

This report is devoted to the study of existing port facilities for transshipment of Russian grain. The report consists of four parts, contains 96 pages, 6 tables, 30 figures.

As information sources, data of Federal Service of State Statistics (Rosstat), OAO "RZD" (statistics of rail transportation), Federal Customs Service of Russia. In addition, data of sectoral and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies, web-sites of ports and stevedoring companies.

In a chapter of the report summarizes the state of the grain infrastructure of the Russian Federation. The report set out the opinion of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Chapter 2 is devoted to research capacity of Russian ports for transshipment of grain basins: Far East, South and North-West. The data on stevedoring companies, technical characteristics of berths, storage capacities, deadweight tonnage of ships taken, handling technology.

In chapter 3 of the report analyzes the current situation with the export of grain. Exports are considered, the basic nomenclature, export companies, markets and supply lines. Also in Chapter 3 describes the main government programs that contain the target to increase exports of grain.

Chapter 4 contains a forecast of the development of port facilities for handling grain in 2020 described the existing projects for the construction of new terminals.

In the appendix the contact information of the RF ports through which the export of Russian grain.

Table of Contents

1. The state grain infrastructure of the Russian Federation

2. Port facilities for transshipment of Russian grain

  • 2.1. Far East
    • 2.1.1. Port of Vladivostok
  • 2.2. Southern Region
    • 2.2.1. Port of Novorossiysk
      • JSC "Novorossiysk Grain Terminal"
      • JSC "NCSP"
      • JSC "Novorossiysk Bakery"
      • JSC "Kombinat" Stroykomplekt "JSC ("CSC" grain terminal)
    • 2.2.2. Port of Tuapse
    • 2.2.3. Port "Taman '"
    • 2.2.4. Sea Port "Caucasus"
    • 2.2.5. Port of Azov
      • LLC "Promekspeditsiya"
      • LLC "Azov Grain Terminal"
      • LLC "Azov port elevator"
    • 2.2.6. Port of Taganrog
      • JSC "Taganrog Shipyard"
      • JSC "Taganrog Commercial Seaport"
    • 2.2.7. Eisk port
      • JSC "Eisk Port Elevator"
      • LLC "Eisk Port-Vista"
      • JSC "Eisk port"
    • 2.2.8. Port Temryuk
    • 2.2.9. The port of Rostov-on-Don (JSC "Rostov port")
    • 2.2.10. Sea port of Olya
    • 2.2.11. Port of Makhachkala
    • 2.2.12. Port of Astrakhan
    • 2.2.13. Sea ports of Ukraine
  • 2.3. North-West region
    • 2.3.1. Port of Kaliningrad
      • JSC "Port Elevator"
      • JSC "The Commonwealth - Soybeans"
    • 2.3.2. Big Port of St. Petersburg
    • 2.3.3. Baltic Sea ports

3. The current situation with the export of grain

  • 3.1. Dynamics of export of grain from Russia in 2007-2011.
  • 3.2. The structure of Russian exports of grain
  • 3.3. Markets of the Russian grain
  • 3.4. Russian grain exporters
  • 3.5. Regions of the supplier of grain
  • 3.6. Government program to increase grain exports

4. Forecast of development of port facilities for handling grain in 2020

  • 4.1. A situation analysis to establish the Eastern corridor for transportation of grain from the Russian Siberian and Far Eastern Federal District
  • 4.2. Construction projects of port facilities for handling grain
    • 4.2.1. The project is a grain terminal in the port of East
    • 4.2.2. The project is a grain terminal in the port of Vladivostok
    • 4.2.3. The project is a grain terminal in the port of Vanino
    • 4.2.4. The project to increase capacity grain terminal of JSC "CSC" (SE "Case") in the port of Novorossiysk
    • 4.2.5. The project to increase capacity grain terminal in the port of Taman
    • 4.2.6. The project to increase capacity Eisk Port Elevator
    • 4.2.7. Other Projects
  • 4.3. Forecast of development of port facilities for handling grain in 2020

Appendix: Contact information on seaports engaged in transshipment of grain for export

List of Tables:

  • Table 1. Characteristics of berths port of Vladivostok
  • Table 2. The intensity of the treatment of vessels with grain cargoes (gross rate) in the port of Vladivostok, t / day
  • Table 3. Export supplies of grain from Russia by countries in 2007-2011, kt,%
  • Table 4. Supplies of grain for export by large companies in value terms in 2011, kt
  • Table 5. Routing traffic Siberian grain to ports in the Far East
  • Table 6. Grain volumes through Russian ports, and claimed the planned capacity of up to 2020, mln t

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1. Distribution of shares in the seaports of the Russian handling of grain in 2011,%
  • Figure 2. The scheme of the trade port of Vladivostok
  • Figure 3. Dynamics of export of Russian grain through the port of Vladivostok in 2007-2011, kt
  • Figure 4. The dynamics of grain cargo through the port of Novorossiysk in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 5. Dynamics of Grain export of JSC "Novorossiysk Grain Terminal" in 2008-2011, mln t
  • Figure 6. Dynamics of Grain export of JSC "NTMP" (without OAO "NRT") in 2008-2011, mln t
  • Figure 7. Dynamics of Grain export of JSC "CSC" (CC "Business") in 2009-2011, mln t
  • Figure 8. Dynamics of Grain "Tuapse Commercial Seaport" in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 9. Dynamics of grain handling port "Caucasus" in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 10. Dynamics of Grain through the port of Azov in 2009-2011, mln t
  • Figure 11. Dynamics of grain handling port of Taganrog in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 12. Distribution of shares of stevedoring companies Yeysk seaport transshipment of grain in 2011,%
  • Figure 13. Dynamics of Grain through the port of Yeisk 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 14. Dynamics of Grain by JSC "Eisk Port Elevator" in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 15. Dynamics of Grain by LLC "Eisk Port-Vista" in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 16. Dynamics of Grain by JSC "Eisk port" in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 17. Dynamics of grain handling port Temryuk in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 18. Dynamics of Grain in Rostov port in 2009 -2011, mln t
  • Figure 19. Distribution of shares of Rostov port stevedoring companies in the handling of grain in 2011,%
  • Figure 20. Dynamics of grain handling port of Makhachkala in 2009-2011, mln t
  • Figure 21. Dynamics of grain handling port of Astrakhan in 2008-2011, mln t
  • Figure 22. Dynamics of grain handling port of Kaliningrad in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 23. Dynamics of Grain through the Big Port of St. Petersburg in 2007-2011, mln t
  • Figure 24. Dynamics of export of grain from Russia in 2007-2011, mln t, mln $
  • Figure 25. Structure of the Russian grain exports by type of crop in 2011,%
  • Figure 26. Structure of Russian grain regions of the world in 2011,%
  • Figure 27. Structure of Russian grain to countries in 2011,%
  • Figure 28. Changing of regional structure of Russian exports of grain in 2007-2011,%
  • Figure 29. Major exporters of Russian grain in 2011,%
  • Figure 30. Regional structure of the gross grain harvest in Russia in 2011
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