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In the Roads sector, Reliance Infrastructure is amongst the largest private concessionaires in India. It has a portfolio of 11 projects totalling length of 1000 km at project outlay of approximately Rs. 12000 crore. The company is also amongst the largest developers of 6 lane NHAI road projects with three projects totalling 380 km in its portfolio.

 

Roads Project Details:

Nammakal – Karur Road: The project is in Tamil Nadu state and will cover a total length of 44 km and the cost for developing this project is estimated at INR 3.5 billion; out of which 2.5 billion will be procured from debt, 0.5 billion rupees will be raised in equity and 0.2 billion rupees will be obtained from grants / premiums. The project is operational since FY 2010 and the concession period including the construction period has been fixed at 20 years.

 

Dindigul – Samyanallore Road: The project is in Tamil Nadu and has a concession period of 20 years. The total length of the highway is 53 km and the cost for developing the project is estimated at INR 4.2 billion. The project will be funded through both debt and equity instruments. 3.3 billion rupees will be obtained from debt, 0.5 billion will be raised in equity and 0.3 billion rupees will be procured from grants / premiums. The project is operational since FY 2010.

 

Trichy – Karur Road: The project is in Tamil Nadu and covers a length of 80 km. It will be completed in a 30 years concession period. The project is operational since October 2011 and the estimated cost of the road project is INR 7.3 billion. Out of this, 5.1 billion will be procured from debt, 0.7 billion will be raised in equity and 1.5 billion will be taken as grants / premiums.

 

Trichy – Dindigul Road: The project is in Tamil Nadu and will cover a total length of 88 km and the cost for developing this project is estimated at INR 5.2 billion; out of which Rs. 3.2 billion will be procured from debt, 1.1 billion rupees will be raised in equity and 1.1 billion rupees will be obtained from grants / premiums. The project is operational since September 2011 and the concession period including the construction period has been fixed at 30 years.

 

Salem – Ulenderpet Road: The project is in Tamil Nadu and is operational since November 2011. It will cover a length of 136 km and concession period for the same is 25 years. The estimated cost of the road project is INR 10.6 billion, out of which 6.4 billion rupees will be procured from debt, 2.1 billion will be raised in equity and 2.1 billion will be taken as grants / premiums.

 

Gurgaon – Faridabad Road: The project was commissioned by the state of Haryana with a concession period of 17 years. The total length of the highway will be 66 km and the cost for developing the project is estimated at INR 7.8 billion. It will be funded through 5.8 billion rupees from debt, INR 2.0 billion raised in equity and 1.5 billion rupees from grants / premiums. An upfront payment of 1.5 billion rupees amounting to the grant has already been paid to the Haryana Government for the GF Toll road. The project is operational since December 2011.

 

Jaipur – Reengus Road: The project, which will be operational from March 2012, was commissioned for the state of Rajasthan with a concession period of 18 years. The project will cover a total length of 52 km and the total cost is estimated at INR 5.6 billion. 3.9 billion rupees will be acquired through debt, 0.7 billion will be raised in equity and 1 billion will be obtained from grants.

 

Pune – Satara Road: The project is in Maharashtra state and will encompass a total length of 144 km. The estimated cost of the road project is INR 19.9 billion; 10.9 billion rupees will be procured from debt, 8.9 billion will be raised in equity and 0.9 billion will be taken as grants / premiums. The project is awarded for a concession period of 24 years and tolling started since October 2010.

 

Kandla – Mundra Road: The project is in Gujarat state. The project covering a length of 71 km will be completed in a 25 years concession period. The project will commence on FY 2013 and the estimated cost of the road project is INR 11.3 billion. Out of this INR 7.9 billion rupees will be procured from debt, 3.4 billion rupees will be raised in equity and 0.4 billion will be sourced through premiums.

 

Hosur – Krishnagiri Road: The project for which tolling will start from Q1 FY 2012 is in Tamil Nadu and covers a concession period of 24 years. The project will cover a total length of 60 km and the total cost is estimated at INR 9.2 billion, out of which 0.7 billion rupees will be obtained from premiums. The debt and equity estimates are yet to be ascertained.

 

Delhi – Agra Road: The project is in Uttar Pradesh state. It covers a length of 180 km and will be completed in a 26 years concession period. It commenced in September 2011 and the estimated cost is INR 29.9 billion. 1.8 billion rupees will be sourced through premiums while the rest of the funding through debt and equity measures are yet to be ascertained.