Moving towards an integrated business model

We are starting the most exciting phase of our development so far: creating an international and integrated infrastructure business. This has three components: resources, logistics and energy.

Each is successful in its own right and we estimate that the three together will account for more than 90% of our revenues in the next decade. For resources and logistics, half our revenue will come from integrated operations.

Statistics about the economic context and growth are important. But they risk missing the bigger picture: we are here for our customers’ customers. Our mines, ports and power plants help people to work, shop, cook, read and go about improving their daily lives.


Resources

46 million MT in 2013

Number one coal importer in India
For years India has faced challenges in obtaining the natural resources necessary for growth. At Adani, we are well placed to help overcome those challenges.

We are developing and operating mines in India, Indonesia and Australia as well as importing and trading coal from many other countries. We also have extensive interests in oil and gas exploration.

Extractive capacity is scheduled to increase from 4 MMT of thermal coal in 2013 to 200 MMT per annum by 2020, making Adani one of the largest mining groups in the world.

Logistics

91 million MT in 2013

Number one private port in India
95% of India’s international trade comes through its ports. The fastest growing ports are run privately like Mundra, which we own and operate.

Mundra benefits from deep draft, first-class infrastructure and SEZ status. It is connected via road, railway and pipelines to the economic heartlands of North and West India.

We are planning five other ports in India and Australia and aim to increase our annual cargo handling capacity from 91 MMT to 200 MMT by 2020.

Energy

7300 MW capacity in 2013

Number one private thermal power
producer in India

India’s State enterprises have struggled to meet the rising demand for energy.

 

Estimates suggest that by 2020 the private sector will account for 40% of electricity generation, with Adani being the largest player; with a plan to achieve 20,000 MW capacity.

This compares to our capacity of 4,620 MW at the start of 2012 and our expected capacity of 9280 MW by the end of FY 2013-14.

Our coal mining and logistics operations place us in a commanding position. More than 75% of our electricity is pre-sold in long-term arrangements, leaving us free to trade the balance wherever the best profits are to be found.

 

 

Agro

3 million MT quantity handled in 2013

Number one edible oil brand in India
Alongside the group’s core integrated infrastructure operations, Adani has interests in agribusiness through a joint venture with Wilmar of Singapore.

Adani Wilmar owns a highly successful range of cooking and baking products, including Fortune - India’s largest selling edible oil brand.

We also operate agri storage facilities at our port at Mundra and other locations in India. It is another example of how expertise in one area can support initiatives in another.