Case Study On Public Private Partnership In India


Case studies and lessons learned are invaluable when planning, designing, structuring or executing PPP projects. Below are case studies, toolkits, success stories and lessons learned from PPP projects around the world.


GENERAL 

IFC

IFC Smart Lessons

IFC Success Stories

Agence Francaise de Développement (AFD)

Partenariats Public-Privé Leçons d'Expériences dans les Pays en Développement (Public-Private Partnerships: Lessons from Experiences in Developing Countries) - Agence Française de Développement (AFD), La Lettre des Économistes (Economic Newsletter) No. 21, December 2008.

Australia

Auditing Public Private Partnerships, Experience in New South Wales, Australia

India

PPP Toolkit for Improving the Decision-Making Processes. Ministry of Finance, Government of India

Compendium on Public Private Partnerships in Urban Infrastructure – Case Studies, Ernst and Young in collaboration with the Ministry of Urban Development of the Government of India and the
Confederation of Indian Industry. 

Europe 

Europe: Time to Act - What's in the Infrastructure Pipeline? Outlook for Infrastructure 2014, Freshfields,
Bruckhaus, Deringer, October 2014

The Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership (FEMIP) Study on PPP Legal & Financial Frameworks in the Mediterranean Partner Countries, Volume 1 – Regional Approach

The Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership (FEMIP) Study on PPP Legal & Financial Frameworks in the Mediterranean Partner Countries, Volume 2 – Country Analysis

The Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership (FEMIP) Study on PPP Legal & Financial Frameworks in the Mediterranean Partner Countries, Volume 3 – Best Practices and Lessons Learned: Selected Experiences from other Countries

Latin America and the Caribbean

Lecciones Aprendidas y Mejores Prácticas en Proyectos de Asociacón Público-Privadas (Lessons

Learned and Best Practices in Public-Private Partnership Projects), by Ramón Espelt, Multilateral

Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), April 2015 (Spanish and English).

South Korea

Public-Private Partnership Projects in Infrastructure - Case Studies from the Republic of Korea, Asian Development Bank (ADB), May 2011.

Performance Evaluation and Best Practice of Public-Private Partnerships, International Conference of the World Bank and the Korea Development Institute (KDI), 2007.

United Kingdom

UK Public Finance Initiative (PFI)

Lessons Learned from PPP Project Preparation and Implementation.  Partnerships UK. 

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TRANSPORT PROJECTS

Australia

Queensland Goverment, Gold Coast Rapid Transit

India

Concession for the Delhi Noida Bridge. Planning Commission (Secretariat for the Commission on Infrastructure)

South Korea

Country Case Study: South Korea, Chapter 6 of the Toolkit for Public-Private Partnerships in Roads and Highways, World Bank/ Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), 2nd Edition, 2009. 

United Kingdom

The London Underground and the Public–Private Partnership Agreements Second Report of Session 2007–08

National Audit Office (NAO), Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions: The Channel Tunnel Rail Link

United States

PPPs in Highways - Lessons Learned

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POWER

World Bank Reports

IPP Projects in Pakistan - Lessons Learned

Reforming Power Companies in Developing countries: What Have We Learned?

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Case Studies

Disclaimer

The accuracy, adequacy or completeness of any information contained in these case studies is not guaranteed and DEA, World Bank or PPIAF is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of such information. The contents of this section should not be construed to be the opinion of the DEA, World Bank or PPIAF. The case studies should be used in their entirety only and shall not be reproduced in any form without prior permission from DEA.

Introduction & Snapshot
Context & Objective of Case Studies

This section presents case studies of fifteen selected Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) projects in India. The objective of these case studies is to provide lessons and examples that align with the content of the toolkit. The choice of case studies:

  • Provides a representation across different sectors
  • Covers different PPP project structures
  • Includes projects at different stages of the PPP life-cycle and
  • Has projects with different levels of complexity
Snapshot of Case Studies

Alandur Underground Sewerage Project


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
SewerageConstruction Contract (Underground Sewage System)

O&M Contract (Underground Sewerage System)

Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Annuity (Sewage Treatment Plant)
Tamil Nadu
2000
Alandur Municipality and the Tamil Nadu Urban Infrastructure Financial Services Limited (TNUIFSL) IVRCL Infrastructures and Projects Ltd and Va Tech Wabag Technologies Ltd.Rs. 34.6 crore (Sewerage Network)
Rs. 6.68 crore (Sewage Treatment Plant)
O&M Contract – 5 years
BOT Annuity – 14 years

 

Karnataka Urban Water Supply Improvement


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Urban Water SupplyOperations & Management Contract Karnataka
2005
Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation (KUIDFC)Veolia Water (formerly known as Compagnie Generale des Eaux, France)Rs. 32 crore42 months (Later extended to 59 months)

 

Latur Water Supply Project


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Water SupplyOperations & Management Contract Maharashtra
2006
Maharashtra Jeevan PradhikaranSubhash Projects & Marketing Limited, UPL Environmental Engineers Limited and Hydro Comp Enterprises India Private Limited.Rs. 182 crore (including payment to MJP for right to use assets)10 years

 

Salt Lake Water Supply and Sewage Disposal System


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Water & SewageBOT (includes Design and Finance) West Bengal
2007
Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority and Naba Diganta Industrial Township Authority Jamshedpur Utilities and Services Company Limited and Voltas LimitedRs.70.09 crore30 years

 

Timarpur Okhla Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management Project


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Urban Infrastructure - Municipal Solid WasteBOOT (includes Design and Finance)Delhi
2008
New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD)Jindal Urban Infrastructure LimitedRs. 200 crore25 years

 

Vadodara Halol Toll Road


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
RoadsBOOT) (includes Design and Finance)Gujarat
1998
Government of Gujarat Government of Gujarat and IL&FSRs. 161 crore30 years

 

Tuni Anakapalli Annuity Road Project


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Roads BOT Annuity (includes Design and Finance)Andhra Pradesh 2001 National Highways Authority of IndiaGMR Group, United Engineers Malaysia (UEM) Berhad GroupRs. 315 crore 

 

Delhi Gurgaon Expressway


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Roads – ExpresswaysBOT (includes Design and Finance) Delhi and Haryana 2002 National Highways Authority of IndiaDS Constructions and Jaiprakash IndustriesRs. 1,175 crore20 years

 

Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Ports (Major)BOT (includes Design and Finance)Maharashtra
1997
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust P&O Australia Ports Pty Limited, Konsortium Perkapalan Berhad and Trans Impex Private Limited (P&O Ports subsequently taken over by Dubai Ports World Limited (DP World))Rs. 733 crore30 years

 

Kakinada Deep Water Port


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Ports (MinorBOT (includes sharing of revenue with Govt) Andhra Pradesh
1999
Government of Andhra Pradesh Larsen & Toubro Ltd, India, Stevedoring Services of America, USA, Precious Shipping Company, Thailand, Konsortium Perkaplan Berhard, MalaysiaRs. 330 crore (4th Berth including offshore jetty)20 years (extendable by l 2 periods of 5 years each) Later extended to 30 years (extendable by 2 periods of 10 years each)

 

Gangavaram Port


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Ports (Minor)BOOT (includes Design and Finance) Andhra Pradesh
2004
Government of Andhra PradeshMr. D.V.S. Raju & associates, Warburg Pincus and the Andhra Pradesh Infrastructure Investment Company (APIIC)Rs. 1,696 crore30 years (extendable by additional 2 periods of 10 years each)

 

Mumbai Metro


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Urban Infrastructure – Mass Rapid TransportBOOT (includes Design and Finance)Maharashtra
2007
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)Reliance Energy Limited, Veolia Transport (France) and MMRDA Rs. 2,356 crore35 years

 

Hyderabad Metro


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Urban Infrastructure – Mass Rapid TransportBOT (includes Design and Finance) Andhra Pradesh
2008

(Subsequently cancelled in 2009)
Government of Andhra Pradesh Maytas Infrastructure, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Nav Bharat Ventures, IL&FS and Ital-Thai (Subsequently cancelled in 2009)Rs. 11,814 crore35 years

 

Bhiwandi Electricity Distribution Franchisee


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Electricity DistributionOperations & Management Contract (Franchisee) Maharashtra
2004
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited Torrent Power AEC Limited (TPAL)Rs. 61 crore (MSEDCL) Rs. 250 crore (TPAL) 10 years

 

Amritsar Inter-city Bus Terminal


SectorPPP Project StructureState and Year PPP Contract SignedGovernment / Public Sector Entity / EntitiesPrivate Sector Promoter / Sponsor / Consortium MembersProject
Cost
Concession Period
Urban TransportBOT (includes Design and Finance) Punjab
2004
Department of Transportation (DoT), Government of PunjabRohan Builders (India) Pvt Ltd., Rajdeep Buildcon Pvt Ltd and Rajdeep Road Developers Pvt. Ltd.Rs. 21.34 crore11 years 5 months

A summary of key lessons from these case studies has been developed. Readers may first peruse these key lessons and refer to the individual case studies as and when they need to study the context of each lesson in greater detail.

 

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