Infrastructure: Operation of highway concessions and, recently, operation of Line
One of the Lima Metro and the La Chira Wastewater Treatment Plant.
GMP Graña y Montero Petrolera was created
in 1984 to provide services for the gas and oil industry. Its activities were initially
limited to the Talara region, providing services to oil companies in the areas of
oil field maintenance and well drilling services. At present, GMP’s activities have
significantly increased, expanding to major regions of Peru. In Talara, in addition
to well drilling services, we carry out our own exploration and production operations
in two lots producing 1,200 barrels of oil per day and 5MM ft3/day of natural gas.
At the same time, we operate two gas processing plants, treating an average of 26
MM ft3/day. In 2008, a new gas plant went into operation, processing 40 MM ft3/day.
Since 1998, GMP, through Consorcio Terminales, operates nine fuel terminals located
throughout the Peruvian coast and highlands. In 1999, the German company Oiltanking
GmbH joined Consorcio Terminales and, together with GMP, they established Oiltanking
Andina S.A., which is currently shareholder and operator of the chemical plant at
the Port of Matarani, Arequipa, Peru, and operator of the Pure Bio Fuels terminal
since April 2010. This company also provides operation and emergency response service
to the Pisco-Camisea Ocean Terminal.
SURVIAL Established by Graña y Montero and
JJC with the commitment to restore and refurbish, operate and maintain Section 1
of the IIRSA Sur highway from the port of San Juan de Marcona in Ica to Urcos, where
the highway connects to Section 2. The highway concession covers 757 kilometers
and is effective since October 2007 for a term of 25 years.
NORVIAL Norvial, a company formed by Graña
y Montero, JJC and Besco, won the first international public bid called by the Peruvian
government for operation, construction and maintenance of the road infrastructure
for the 200-kilometer Ancón – Huacho – Pativilca section of the Panamericana Norte
highway, in two stages.
Ferrovías GyM Is the concession holder for
Line 1 of the Lima Metro. In April 2011, Ferrovías GyM, a company formed with Ferrovías
de Argentina, entered into a contract for operation of Line 1 of the Lima Metro.
To perform the applicable management and operation activities, a large work team
of 400 people was developed and established, starting operations in the month of
December. Arrangements for the purchase of new trains from the French company Alston
were also completed, and are scheduled to start arriving by the end of 2012.
CANCHAQUE Formed by Graña y Montero and JJC
with the undertaking to build, operate and maintain the 78-kilometer stretch of
highway from Empalme 1B to Canchaque, in Piura, for a term of 15 years from the
time the works are completed. This road is the first in the “Costa-Sierra” program
(access roads to connect production centers) to be given in concession.
La Chira In February 2011, the La Chira Concession
Holder, formed with Acciona Agua de España, signed the 30-year contract for design,
financing, construction and operation of the La Chira Wastewater Treatment Plant,
located south of Lima. At present, design and financing are being developed and
work should begin by the end of 2012.