Model for implementing a project Agroindustrial Technical Feasibility, Economic and Financial capacity of 450,000 litros/24horas alcohol.
Refers to the implementation of the entire project complete, and, for clarification, we detail all scope of works that will be needed to complete the project as technical specifications described in each topic below, and also attached, as follows:
I. INTRODUCTION GROUP BIDDER
II. AGRICULTURAL TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY
III. INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY
IV. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY
V. TECHNICAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL VIABILITY
VI. ENGINEERING DETAILS OF THE LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION
Importantly, to obtain the real value of the projects will require the implementation of the final project, because we need all the detailed technical proposals, relating to agriculture, and agricultural implements, harvesters and means of transport and industrial sector also all detailed technical proposals relating to equipment in general, the industrial complex.
I - INTRODUCTION
1.1 - Company
1.2 - Project objective
1.3 - Investments planned
1.4 - Source of financing
1.5 - Guarantees offered
1.6 - Time of grace and amortization
2.1 - Characterization
2.1.1 - Name
2.1.2 - Location
2.1.3 - Objective social
2.1.4 - Date of establishment
2.1.5 - Time-period
2.1.6 - Legal Representation
2.2 - ADMISTRAÇÃO
2.2.1 - Officers
2.2.2 - Technical support and administrative
2.2.3 - Organizational Structure
2.3 - CAPITAL
2.3.1 - Value of share capital
2.3.2 - Structure of capital
2.3.4 - Changes in share capital
2.3.4 - Share Ownership
2.4 - CONTRIBUTIONS AND INTERCONNECTIONS
II. TECHNICAL VIABILITY OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR.
FEASIBILITY STUDY - The first step to start the agricultural planning is knowledge of the main features of the context where the production system will be inserted. This knowledge is mainly based on surveys and analysis that should be made in advance in order to feed the planning process with information for its appearance. The feasibility study for ethanol distilleries, predicting the development of the following steps:
1 - Collection of Information;
2 - Study of suitability of the location of new development;
3 - Design and calculation of investment.
The main topics of the technical feasibility study
1 - Visit the site of the project;
2 - Waiver of preliminary information;
3 - Analysis and interpretation of information;
4 - Study of suitability of the location of new development;
5 - Pre-scaling the size of the farming and production potential;
6 - Time schedule for implementation;
7 - Estimated cost of crop production with stabilized;
8 - Calculation of agricultural investment and forecast financial schedule;
9 - Presentation of feasibility analysis report
Topics for gathering information
1.1 Information about the guidelines and goals of the company
1.1.1 annual yields of alcohol desired and expected yields, converted to tons / day of raw material needed over time;
1.1.2 deadlines for implementation / expansion of cultivation to meet production targets;
1.1.3 Participation of suppliers in terms of quantity and number to meet production targets;
1.1.4 social policies such as employment of labor, social assistance;
1.1.5 policy environment: pollution control;
1.1.6 scope for expansion of industrial production.
1.2 Information on plant
1.2.1 location within the production area;
1.2.2 absorption capacity of raw material in terms of processing and storage;
1.2.3 sewage treatment process;
1.2.4 planned expansion;
1.3 Information on the physical environment
1.3.1 quantity of arable land available in the properties and their productive potential;
1.3.2 Regional market opportunities for the purpose of land acquisition and lease or partnership;
1.3.3 edaphic-climatic zoning of the region;
1.3.4 features and landforms of the region;
1.3.5 characteristics of the components of climate such as temperature, precipitation, brightness, photoperiodism, evaporation, water balance, etc. frosts.;
1.3.6 planialtimetric survey maps of the properties, specifying the extent of areas and contours;
1.3.7 letters of the road system and region properties, which specify the main and secondary roads;
1.3.8 letters of soil properties, detailing their abilities to use.
1.4 Information of legal nature
1.4.1 regional ecological zoning;
1.4.2 information on areas of national security, forest reserves, etc..;
1.4.3 charges regarding the regulations governing the pollution of the environment;
1.4.4 taxes on the use of inputs;
1.4.5 obligations of the social contract.
1.5 Other information
1.5.1 regional availability of manpower for the field;
1.5.2 Key features available, as adapted varieties, equipment, agricultural implements, etc..;
1.5.3 cost of funds to allow comparative analysis of alternative actions;
1.5.4 urban infrastructure and social conditions of use, such as communication, transport, housing etc..;
1.5.5 standards of credit
III. TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY OF THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR.
The industrial design refers to the demonstration of technical feasibility of the venture, which:
1.1. Production capacity
1.2. Location of unit
1.3. Consumption centers
1.4. Other alternatives for disposal of alcohol
DESCRIPTION OF AREA LOCATION
1.1. Regional climate
1.3. Type of soil in the region
1.4. Current condition of the Land Use
1.5. Current soil characteristics
1.7. Network of Electric Power Transmission
AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIAL
3.1. Agricultural Areas
3.2. Projection of production of cane sugar
4. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
4.1. Technical feasibility
4.1.1. Rated capacity in gallons per unit crop
4.1.2. Summary of the capacity of the sections of the unit
4.2.3. Basic design of manufacturing equipment sizing calculation and memory.
4.2.4. Civil works and memorials descriptive
4.2.5. Technological processes
4.2.6. Diagram of mass
4.2.7. Disposal of effluent
4.2.8. Plants and Lay-Out
IV. FEASIBILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Stages of development:
The contractor must submit the project to the process of EIA - Environmental Impact Assessment, together with environmental permits, as determined by CONAMA Resolution No. 001/86 and CONAMA Resolution No. 237/97, respectively.
The EIA - Environmental Impact Assessment and Impact Report on the Environment - EIR should address the stages of environmental Diagnosis, Analysis and Identification of Impacts, Proposition Mitigating Measures / Countervailing and Environmental Monitoring of physical, biotic and anthropic.
In the first phase of preparing the EIA the first step is the definition of areas: 1 - Directly Affected Area (ADA), 2 - Direct Influence Area (IDA), and 3 - Area of Indirect Influence (AII). The preparation of the Environmental Assessment (field work) on the media: A) Physical - whose studies should include at least: geomorphology, geology, pedology, hydrology (surface and groundwater, water balance, water quality), hydrogeology, climatology ( temperature, relative humidity, wind, sunlight, etc.)., geotechnical, physical vulnerability Domeier natural land; dispersion modeling of air pollutants. B) Biotic - studies should be extended to the flora (systematic sociofitologia, etc..) And fauna (birds, mammals, fishes, herpetofauna, etc.). C) Entropic - studies should address the socio-economy (use and land use, indicators of education, health, agriculture, etc.) and regional archeology, including the identification of historical and cultural monuments.
Analysis of samples of soil, surface water that will be part of mandatory Environmental Assessment should be undertaken, in addition to the project design of fertigation.
The Second Phase - Installation of Projects and Studies - (office work) refers to the Analysis and Identification of environmental impacts, mitigation measures Proposition / Countervailing and Development of Environmental Monitoring Program, based on information collected during the Diagnostic environment, in order, preparation of plans, maps, and specification of the EIA / RIMA.
The Third Phase - Environmental Licensing - includes monitoring the conduct of licensing at environmental agencies of the state of Goias and / or IBAMA - Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources and complementation studies when necessary.
V. ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL VIABILITY
Economic and financial analysis for the purpose of obtaining financing from BNDES - National Bank of Economic and Social Development, aimed at implementing a unit-producing hydrated alcohol, with a capacity of 450,000 litros/24 hours.
The overall project consisting of the following steps:
1. Letter previous: aiming at the election framework of financial cooperation by BNDES.
2. Project: (Roadmap-BANK) with the following information:
2.1 Features Technical - Company:
· Data general business group
• Control of capital
· Sales Projections
· Description of project
Ability to produce
· Main indicators
° square of uses and sources
· Internal Market
External · Marketing
· Structure of supply and competition pattern
· Impacts of the project in the company and the market
2.4 Economic and financial aspects
Indicators economic financial
· Sales Projection
It follows from the projections
VI. ENGINEERING DETAILS OF THE LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION
5.1. Implementation of the Lay-Out final, taking into account the prevailing winds, access to main water catchment gross switching yard for vehicles, circulation areas avoiding crossing of vehicles, storage area of the final product with loading dock, etc..
5.2. Complete flowchart of the whole industrial process technology, with all pipes: sugarcane juice, steam and ata low pressure, raw water, treated, slowed down, demoralized, condensed, pumps, valves, fittings, etc..
5.3. Thermal balance, indicated the consumption of high and low vapor pressure in each equipment, including the production and consumption and exhaust steam plant of the same, all based on the conditions of the local sugar cane fiber.
5.4. Water balance, determining the process which is in closed circuit with analysis of water uptake, to determine the treatment process, quantifying the consumption of treated water and desminaralizada, quantifying all the volumes used in each device that is closed-circuit determination of evaporation losses, volume of renewal, etc..
5.5. Complete listing of all pumps in general, determining the constructive characteristics, flow, pressure head, feed the body, rotor, power consumed and deployed.
5.6. Complete listing of all necessary components, which is part of the flowchart complete, as follows: pipes in general, flexible joints to accommodate expansion, connections in general, pneumatic pressure reducing valves, steam dessupersaturador, relief valves, flanges, gaskets , screws, etc..
5.7. Installation of equipment in general, general arrangement, as follows: steps, stairways, runs his hands, etc..
5.8. Emgenharia entalações of electric.
5.9. Civil engineering, structural design and design of foundations for equipment, water catchment, water treatment, spray tank, settling tank, turbo generator, machine shop, electric, warehouse, laboratory, attached buildings, etc..