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  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER MID-TERM ACHIEVEMENTS OF PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN, GCFR, IN THE POWER SECTOR PRESENTED AT THE 2013 MINISTERIAL PLATFORM FOR THE PERIOD OF MAY, 2011 – MAY 2013 ON TUESDAY, JULY 23rd, 2013 BY PROF. CHINEDU NEBO, OON, NPOM HONOURABLE MINISTER OF POWER & HAJIYA ZAINAB IBRAHIM KUCHI, FICMC HONOURABLE MINISTER OF STATE FOR POWER FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 1
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  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 6 AMBASSADOR (DR) GODKNOWS IGALI OON, FNAH Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Power FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Let me start by acknowledging the high-level political will of His Excellency, President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR and His Excellency, Vice-President, Arc. Mohammed Namadi Sambo, GCON, to have launched the process fundamental to the transformation witnessed in the power sector in recent years. Without this level of commitment, the achievements recorded from 2011 to date would not have been realised. More importantly, the launching of the Power Sector Roadmap by Mr. President in August, 2010 has accelerated the pace of the reform and the significant achievements recorded so far in the power sector. Introduction 7 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER •PTFP •GenCos •TCN •DisCos •NDPHC •NBET •NELMCO •EMS •NAPTIN •REA •HYPERDEC • Residential • Commercial • Industrial • NERC• FMoP Policy Regulation OperationsCustomers Introduction…Cont’d. Power Sector Structure 8 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Introduction…Cont’d. Focus on Activities of the Power Sector Power stability, reliability & sustainability Diversification of energy mix (large hydros, renewables & coal) Electricity market stabilization Improving rural access to electricity Human capacity development Improving policy and regulatory environment for rapid growth through private investment Reducing production cost and making manufacturing sector more competitive Empowering SMEs with more power supply and creating employment 9 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Omotosho 304MW Ibom 190MW Afam VI 650MW Shiroro 600MW Jebba 540MW Kainji 760MW Egbin 1,320MW Delta 900MW Afam I-V 726MW Okpai 450MW Sapele 720MW Omoku 120MW N I G E R I A Power Generation. Existing Power Stations Connected to Grid Design Installed Capacity (MW) Kainji 760 Jebba 540 Shiroro 600 Olorunsogo 304 Egbin 1320 Sapele - FGN 720 Delta 900 Afam I-V 726 Afam VI (Shell) 650 Okpai Omoku Omotosho 304 Geregu 414 AES 294 Ibom Power 190lorunsogo 304MW AES 294MW Geregu 414MW 450 120 10
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Power Generation. Cont’d Rehabilitation Works 11 • Shiroro: Repair works on Unit 2 which led to recovery of 150MW in 2012 Hydropower Plant. • Jebba: Hydro Power Station preventive maintenance of 2G2 in 2012 to ensure availability and sustainability of 96.4MW. • Egbin: In 2012, several worn parts of the plant were replaced with new ones. This has improved plant reliability from 60% to more than 70%. • Kainji: Rehabilitation works on 1G5 & 1G12 Units to recover 220MW capacity by Dec 2014. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Power Generation. Cont’d Rehabilitation Works – Kainji Hydro Power Station Rehabilitation works on 1G5 & 1G12 Units to recover 220MW capacity by Dec 2014 12 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 13 Mambilla 3050MW Calabar 563MW Geregu-2 434MW Olorusogo-2 675MW Omotosho-2 451MW Alaoji 960MW Egbema 338MW Omoku 225MW Ihovbor 450MW Sapele 450MW Gbarain 225MW Kaduna 215MW Katsina wind 10MW Zungeru 700MW Kashimbila 40MW Gurara 30MW Installed Capacity (MW) Katsina 10 Kaduna 215 Zungeru 700 Gurara I 30 Mambilla 3,050 Olorunsogo -2 675 Omotosho - 2 451 Geregu - 2 434 Kashimbilla 40 Ihovbor 450 Sapele 450 Gbarin 225 Omoku 225 Alaoji 960 Egbema 338 Calabar 563 13 Power Generation. Cont’d Newly Completed/On-going Power Plants for Increased Generation
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Power Generation. Cont’d Completed Generation Projects in the period under review 14 S/No Power Station Date MW Cumulative MW 1 Olorunsogo Jan-11 112.5 112.5 2 Olorunsogo Feb-11 112.5 225.0 3 Olorunsogo May-11 112.5 337.5 4 Sapele Aug-11 112.5 450.0 5 Olorunsogo Nov-11 112.5 562.5 6 Sapele Feb-12 112.5 675.0 7 Alaoji Apr-12 112.5 787.5 8 Omotosho Apr-12 112.5 900.0 9 Olorunsogo Jul-12 112.5 1,012.5 10 Sapele Aug-12 112.5 1,125.0 11 Omotosho Aug-12 112.5 1,237.5 12 Alaoji Sep-12 112.5 1,350.0 13 Omotosho Oct-12 112.5 1,462.5 14 Sapele Oct-12 112.5 1,575.0 15 Omotosho Dec-12 112.5 1,687.5 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Energy Mix In order to enhance the security of power supply, government is assiduously working towards the diversification of the fuel mix. In this regard, the nation’s vast resources of coal, wind, solar, biomass and hydropower potentials are being fully exploited. • Feasibility Studies on the development of coal to power are on- going in five(5) coal blocks in Enugu axis and three (3) coal blocks in Benue, Kogi and Gombe axis. Progress of work on the studies is at 25% and is expected to focus on clean coal technology. • Feasibility Studies on ten (10) dams with small hydropower potentials which commenced in Y2011 have been completed and ready for concession. 15 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Hydro Power Development in Nigeria 16 • Zungeru project in Niger State…………………….700MW • Mambilla project – Taraba State…………………..3,050MW • Gurara II project – Niger State……………………...360MW • Gurara I Project Niger State…………………………..30MW • Itisi project – Kaduna State……………………………40MW • Kashimbilla project – Taraba State…………………40MW • Other Small/medium hydropower projects – Nationwide FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Hydro Power Development in Nigeria Small/Medium Hydropower studies completed by FMP from 2011 to date S/N DAM STATE CAPACITY (MW) 1 Oyan Ogun 10 2 Ikere Gorge Oyo 6 3 Bakolori Zamfara 3 4 Challawa Kano 7.5 5 Tiga Kano 10 6 Kampe Kogi 3 7 Owena Ondo 0.45 8 Doma Nasarawa 1 9 Zobe Katsina 0.30 10 Jibia Katsina 4 17 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Hydro Power Development in Nigeria 360MW GURARA II Multi-purpose Project C.A. 2,510 km2 C.A. 2,840 km2 Gurara II Located 140km downstream of Gurara I and 40km from Abuja Design basis: 360MW and 1,130GWhr of energy per annum IRR = 8.9% at MYTO tariff Estimated cost: US$800m Irrigation potential: 8,000Ha 18 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Hydropower Development in Nigeria (Zungeru) 19 The construction of the 700MW Zungeru hydropower project was approved by FEC in 2012 in favour of a consortium of Messrs. Sinohydro/CNEEC in the contract sum of US$ 1.237 billion and a completion period of 48 months. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Hydropower Project in Nigeria Zungeru 20 •Ground breaking ceremony for the project was performed by His Excellency President Goodluck Jonathan, GCFR on 28th May, 2013 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER River Basins with Large and Small Scale Hydropower Potential Focus on Renewable Energy Resources Development Solar Map Hydro Potentials 21 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER River Basins with Large and Small Scale Hydropower Potential
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Focus on Renewable Energy Resources Development contd. Wind Map 22 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER The 10 MW Katsina Windfarm Power Project is at 98% completion and will soon be commissioned Focus on Renewable Energy Resources Development contd. 23 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Nigeria’s Transmission Grid 24 • Transmission development activities are mainly carried out by Transmission Company of Nigerian (TCN) and Niger/Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHCN) under the National Independent Power Project (NIPP). • TCN Projects are funded through the statutory budgets from the FGN. • NIPP projects are funded by the 3-tiers of the government from the excess crude account. • For the period under review several transmission projects have been completed which lead to modest increase in the nation’s transmission capacity as listed in the following slides. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 330kV System Capacity (blue line) 6870 MW 5650 KM Nigeria 330kV Network 25 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Nigeria’s Transmission Grid Completed Transmission Projects (Substations) - NIPP 26 PROJECT DESCRIPTION MVA LOT 9-A 330/132/33KV Ganmo SS (New) 300 LOT 9-B 132/33KV Ayede SS (Ext.) 150 LOT 10-A 132/33KV Central Area SS (Ext.) 60 LOT 10-B 330/132KV Katampe SS (Ext.) 150 LOT 10-C 132/33KV Kumbotso SS (Ext.) 60 LOT 10-D 330/132/33KV Mando SS (Ext.) 150 LOT 11-A 132/33KV Agbara SS (Ext.) 60 LOT 11-B 132/33KV Ikeja West SS (Ext.) 150 LOT 11-C 132/33KV Ojo SS (Ext.) 120 LOT 11-D 132/33KV Oworonsoki SS (Ext.) 120 LOT 13-A 330/132KV Aja G.I.S. SS (Ext.) 150 LOT 13-B 132KV Aja G.I.S. SS (Ext.) LOT 24-1 330/132KV Papalanto SS (New) 450 LOT 26-1 330/132KV Omotosho SS (New) 450 LOT 27A 330KV Sapele SS (Rehab. & Ext.) LOT 27B 330KV Benin SS (Rehab.) TOTAL 2,370 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Nigeria’s Transmission Grid Completed Transmission Projects (Lines) - NIPP 27 PROJECT DESCRIPTION LENGTH (KM) LOT 9-C 330KV DC Ganmo-(Jebba/Osogbo SC - Turn in/Turn out) 12 LOT 9-D 132KV DC Ganmo-(Ilorin/Oshogbo SC Turn in/Turn out) 2 LOT 19-3A 330KV DC Ihovbor-(Benin Main-Oshogbo) (Line A) 17 LOT22-2 330KV DC Ajaokuta-Lokoja-Gwagwalada 222 LOT 24-2 330KV DC Papalanto-(Ikeja West/Ayede) 16 LOT 26-2 330KV DC Omotosho - Ikeja West 5 TOTAL 274 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 28 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid Completed Transmission Projects - TCN Completed Projects from 2011 to Date S/N Title of Project Project Location Deliverables 1Construction of 150MVA 330/132/33kV T/F and 330kV bays at Onitsha and Benin. Edo & Anambra 150MVA increase in transformer capacity at 330kV Voltage level at Onitsha 2Calabar 2x150MVA, 330/132/33kV Substation and line bay at Alaoji Substation. Cross River & Abia 300MVA Transformer capacity at 330kV level in Calabar, Cross River State 3Construction of Alaoji-Umuahia 132kV DC line Abia 50km of 132kV Transmission line. Increase wheeling capacity to Umuahia, Abia State 4Umuahia 2x30/40MVA, 132/33kV Substation Abia 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Umuahia, Abia State 5Gombe-Damaturu-Maiduguri 330kV line. Gombe, Yobe & Borno 376km of 330kV Transmission line. Increase wheeling capacity to Yobe and Borno States 6Jos - Kafanchan 132KV D/C Line . Plateau & Kaduna 80km of 132kV Transmission line. Increase wheeling capacity to Kafachan & Environs, Kaduna State 72 x 30MVA 132/33KV S/S at Pankshin and Makeri Plateau 60MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Makeri & Pankshin towns in Plateau State FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 29 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid Completed Transmission Projects - TCN Completed Projects from 2011 to Date S/N Title of Project Project Location Deliverables 83rd Benin - Onitsha 330KV DC Line Edo, Delta & Anambra 131km of 330kV Transmission line. Increase wheeling capacity to Onitsha & Environs, Anambra States 9Rehabilitation of Sokoto – Talata Mafara 132KV DC line Sokoto & Zamfara Recovery of 125km of 132kV Transmission line 10Transmission & Supply of Substation at Tamburawa Water Facility Kano 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Tamburawa 111X30 MVA 132/33 KV SS at Kwanar Dangora Kano 30MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Kwanar Dangora 12Reinforcement of Birnin Kebbi and Kumbotso Substations with 1x150MVA, 330/132kV transformer each. Kebbi and Kano States 150MVA transformer capacity increase at 330kV level in both Birnin Kebbi and Kano 1Kainji-New Bussa 330kV single-circuit transmission line Kainji to New Bussa in Niger State 8.6km of 330kV transmission line to link Kainji and New Bussa FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 30 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid. On-Going TCN Projects at advanced stages of Implementation S/ N Project Description Name of Contractor Project Location Project Total Cost (Naira) Project Deliverables Status of Implement ation (%) Impact of Project 1Arochukwu 2x30/40MVA, 132/33kV substation Omen International Ltd.Abia State 937,496,022.58 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Arochukwu, Abia State 86% Improvement of Power supply to Arochukwu and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 2Mbalano-Okigwe 132kv SC line Atlantic Engineering & Construction Mbalano (Abia) to Okigwe (Imo) 329,754,483.86 20km of 132kV Transmission line. 100% Improvement of Power supply to Okigwe and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 3Okigwe 2x30/40MVA 132/33kV Substation Union Allied Engineering Ltd. Imo State 1,839,789,715.03 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Okigwe, Imo State 60% Improvement of Power supply to Okigwe and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 4Umuahia-Ohafia 132kv SC line Harlesden Engineering Ltd Umuahia to Ohafia in Abia State 1,257,267,830.78 49.5km of 132kV Transmission line. 60% Improvement of Power supply to Ohafia and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 5Ohafia 2x30/40MVA 132/33kV substation. Union Allied Engineering Ltd. Abia State 1,972,613,202.90 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Ohafia, Abia State 60% Improvement of Power supply to Ohafia and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 6Mbalano 2x30/40MVA 132/33kV substation. Union Allied Engineering Ltd. Abia State 1,409,011,316.42 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Mbalano, Abia State 60% Improvement of Power supply to Mbalano and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people.
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 31 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid. On-Going TCN Projects at advanced stages of Implementation S/N Project Description Name of Contractor Project Location Project Total Cost (Naira) Project Deliverables Status of Implementation (%) Impact of Project 71x150MVA,330/132KV Transformer at Birnin Kebbi and Reinforcement at 330/132KV substation at Kumbotso MBH Power Kebbi and Kano States 3,559,832,144.00 150MVA Transformer capacity at 330KV level in Birnin Kebbi 98% Improvement of Power supply to Birnin Kebbi, Kumbotso and envirohancemens and enhance ment of socio-economic activities in the areas. 8Kainji - New Bussa 132KV DC Transmission line & 330KV SC River crossing Dextron Engineering Ltd Kainji to New Bussa, Niger State 308,108,608.00 132kV and 330KV transmission lines to wheel more power to Nerw Bussa. 98% Improvement of Power supply to New Bussa and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 9Katampe-National Stadium 132kv DC line ABB Powerlines; Energo Nigeria Ltd FCT 2,656,115,130.98 8.4km of 132kV double-circuit underground cable and 4km of 132kV DC overhead transmission line. 55% Improvement of Power supply to the FCT. 10Kainji 1x150MVA, 330/132KV & 2x30/40MVA substation at New Bussa MBH Power Niger State 4,599,287,900.00 150MVA Transformer capacity in kainji, Niger State. 89% Improvement of Power supply to New Bussa and environs and enhancement of socio-economic life of the people. 112x60MVA, 132/33KV Substation at Odogunyan and Ayobo with 132KV DC line Ikeja west - Ayobo. LAGA CePower Lagos State 3,657,155,630.00 120MVA Transformer capcity at 132kV level at Odogunyan and Ayobo. 89% Improvement of Power supply to Odogunyan, Ayobo and environs and improvement of socio- economic activities in the areas. 12Ikorodu - Odogunyan - Shagamu 132KV DC Transmission line PPCL/ Westcom JV Ikorodu to Odogunyan, Lagos State 3,192,097,186.00 132kV DC transmission line from Ikorodu to Odogunyan 52% Improvement of Power supply to Odogunyan, Shagamu and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 13Damaturu 330/132kV Substation Parsian High VoltageDiv./ Cartlark Int'l Ltd Yobe State 2,502,960,280.52 150MVA Transformer capacity at 330kV level in Damaturu, Yobe State 80% Improvement of Power supply to Damaturu and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas.
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 32 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid. On-Going TCN Projects at advanced stages of Implementation S/N Project Description Name of Contractor Project Location Project Total Cost (Naira) Project Deliverables Status of Implementati on (%) Impact of Project 14Nnewi 2x60 MVA 132kV substation Valenz Holdings (Nig) Ltd. Anambra State 735,801,070.00 120MVA Transformer capacity at 330kV level in Nnewi 65% Improvement of Power supply to Nnewi and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 15Kafanchan 132kv 2 x 60mva Substation Valenz Holding Ltd Kaduna State 1,407,774,049.57 120MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Kafanchan 80% Improvement of Power supply to Kafanchan and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 16Makeri - Pankshin 132KV DC Line Mogabs Nig. Ltd Makeri to Pankshin, Plateau State 1,295,611,365.16 Rehabilitation of 122km of 132kV Transmission line. 75% Improvement of Power supply to Pankshin and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 172 x 30MVA 132/33KV S/S at Pankshin and Makeri North China/EESE Plateau State 1,783,781,485.32 60MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Makeri & Pankshin towns in Plateau State 100% Improvement of Power supply to Makeri, Pankshin and environs and improvement of socio- economic activities in the areas. 18Kano- Walalanbe 132KV Line (Turn in and out of Dan agundi-Dakata 132KV single Cct Line) and 2 x 30/40MVA S/S at Walalambe GIT Kano Sate 1,783,781,485.32 132kV DC Transmission line & 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Walalambe 55% Improvement of Power supply to Kano and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 19Yelwa - Yauri 2 x 30/40MVA S/S and 100KM of 33KV Line Valenz/ Electromontaz Kebbi State 1,242,074,910.89 100km of 33kV line & 80MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Yelwa, Kebbi State 60% Improvement of Power supply to Yelwa, Yauri and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 20Umuahia - Mbalano 132KV Line Santon Energy L:td Abia State 991,759,726.68 30km of 132kV DC Transmission line. 67% Improvement of Power supply to Mbalano and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 21Ohafia - Arochukwu 132KV Line Mogabs Nig. Ltd Abia State 856,128,363.00 40km of 132kV DC Transmission line. 45% Improvement of Power supply to Arochukwu and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas.
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 33 Nigeria’s Transmission Grid. On-Going TCN Projects at advanced stages of Implementation S/N Project Description Name of Contractor Project Location Project Total Cost (Naira) Project Deliverables Status of Implementati on (%) Impact of Project 22Kukwaba 2x60MVA, 132/33kV substation North China Power Egnineering FCT 2,568,846,118.51 120MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Kukwaba, FCT 40% Improvement of Power supply to the FCT. 232x60MVA, 132KV/33 at Aboh -Mbaise S/S Ashtavinayaka/Bran Engineering Imo State 1,480,777,014.45 120MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Aboh Mbaise in Imo State 65% Improvement of Power supply to Aboh Mbaise and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 242x60 MVA, 132/33 kV substation at Ideato and 2 x132KV Line Bays at Okigwe Ashtavinayaka/Bran Engineering Imo State 1,739,004,381.00 120MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Ideato in Imo State 60% Improvement of Power supply toIdeato and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 252x60 MVA, 132/33 kV substation at Oba and 2 x132KV Line Bays at Nnewi Xian/GIT Engineering Anambra State 1,863,432,339.00 120MVA Transformer capacity at 132kV level in Oba. 45% Improvement of Power supply to Oba and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 26Oshogbo- Ede 132KV DC Line Aster Infrast/Aster Teleservices Osun State 1,490,085,721.56 15km of 132kV DC transmission line 53% Improvement of Power supply to Ede and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. 27DC 132kV line from Alscon to Ibom Power and Switching Station to link the GIS at Alscon with associated bay extensions at Ibom Power - Akwa Ibom State KEC International Limited Akwa Ibom State 747,246,322.01 2.5km of 132kV DC Transmission line and 150km of 132kV DC underground Cable 45% Improvement of Power supply to Akwa Ibom State and improvement of socio- economiclife of the people. 28Reconductoring of Afam- Port Harcourt 132kV line Electrical Solutions Ltd Ricers State 290,000,000.00 Rehabilitation of 37.8km of 132kV Transmission line with increased wheeling capacity 100% Improvement of Power supply to Port Harcourt and environs and improvement of socio-economic activities in the areas. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Nigeria’s Transmission Grid NIPP Completed Transmission Projects LOT 10-B (Charnel/AkAy 150MVA 330/132kV Katampe SS (Extension) in full service LOT 11-B (Charnel/AkAy 150MVA 330/132kV Ikeja West SS (Extension) in full service 34 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Distribution Activities 35 To ensure availability of un-interrupted power supply to the consumers, this administration executed various distribution projects (maintenance/expansion) across the country through the eleven (11) Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER NIPP Completed Distribution Projects 36 • Abuja Zone – - ABUJA - AIRPORT 33KV DC LINE - APO 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER • Benin Zone – - IHOVBOR 2 X 2.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - AKURE Main 1x15mva INJECTION TRANSFORMER • Eko – - NEW IDUMAGBO 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - Beckely 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Alagbon 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Fowler 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Apapa Road 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Nitel 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Tincan 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Agbara 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Ajangbadi 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer • Ibadan Zone - Akobo 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Awe - Oyo 1 X 7.5mva Injection S/S Transformer - Samanda 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Apata 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer - Ikiru Road 1 X 15mva Injection S/S Transformer -Tinumola 1 X 7.5mva Injection S/S Transformer FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER NIPP Completed Distribution Projects contd. 37 • Ikeja - IPAKODO 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - IJEDE 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - AGBOWA 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - OWUTU 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - IMOTA 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - MAGODO 1 X 15MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER • Kaduna - ZAMBIAN CRESCENT 1 X 2.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - KAGORO 1 X 7.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - NARAYI 2 X 2.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER • Jos - PANKSHIN 1 X 7.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - SHENDAM 1 X 7.5MVA INJECTION S/S TRANSFORMER - COMPLETED INJECTION S/S = 31 - CAPACITY = 492.5 MVA - COMPLETED CSP TRANSFORMERS = 2514 - COMPLETED 11KV LINES = 1221KM, 33KV = 230KM FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 38 DisCos Completed Distribution Projects ENUGU ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PROJECTS COMPLETED FROM 2011 TO DATE DisCos Installed Transformer Capacity from 2011 to date S/N Description Year 2011 2012 2013 (as at 31st May) 1 33/11KV Injection Substation (MVA) 959.75 974.75 1,083.50 2 33/0.415KV Distribution Substation (MVA) 972.67 1,028.62 1,047.32 3 11/0.415KV Distribution Substation (MVA) 1,600.99 1,657.84 1,680.74 ENUGU ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANY PROJECTS COMPLETED FROM 2011 TO DATE DisCos Installed 33KV and 11KV Overhead Lines from 2011 to date S/N Description Year 2011 2012 2013 (as at 31st May) 1 33KV Overhead lines (Km) 6,596.50 6,651.95 6,924.80 2 11KV Overhead lines (Km) 3,464.80 3,504.00 3,522.90 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER SOME COMPLETED INJECTION SUBSTATION & SWITCH YARD in 2012 39 DisCos Completed Distribution Projects contd. Ikeja DisCo FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 40  REA was reactivated in June, 2012, to improve rural access to electricity.  The Ministry has developed a draft REA Strategy and Implementation Plan and it is being finalized.  REA will focus on increased exploitation of renewables and the facilitation of rural electrification projects.  The Agency carried out Survey, Design, Procurement and Award of several rural electrification projects under 2012 capital appropriation. Rural Electrification Agency (REA) FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER The Reform Process : Progress So Far The Electric Power Sector Reform (EPSR) Act of 2005 provided the platform for the reform of deregulating the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) from the control, ownership and regulation of the sector by the Federal government to a private sector-driven industry. The launching of the Roadmap by Mr. President in August 2010 has led to significant progress in the implementation of the structural reforms outlined in the Act. The major achievements to date are as follows: i. Bidding and selection of preferred bidders for the 10 Distribution Companies and the 5 Generation Companies was concluded in November 2012, contracts have been signed and bidders have already made initial payments of 25% of the bid price. ii. Presidential Power Reform Transaction signing and presentation of certificates for payments of initial deposits to successful bidders of the DisCos and GenCos by Mr. President was performed on 22nd April, 2013. iii. Handing over of TCN to Manitoba Hydro International for management contract concluded. Schedule of Delegated Authority (SODA) give to Manitoba 41 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER The Reform Process : Progress So Far contd. iv. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has been reconstituted, strengthened and now is fully operational. v. NERC launched MYTO 2 cost-reflective tariff in June, 2012, which is now operational. vi. Nigeria Bulk Electricity Trading (NBET) PLC was incorporated in July, 2010 and is now in operation as a credit-worthy off - taker. vii. The Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company (NELMCO) was established in 2010 to assume and manage the assets, liabilities and other obligations that could not be earlier transferred from PHCN to any successor company viii. Resolution of Labour issues is almost completed and payment of severance package to commence this week. ix. Investor confidence evidenced by increased investment and signing of MoUs. Most recent being the MoU signed with Power China Corporation to develop 20,000 MW of Thermal Power Plants with associated substations and transmission lines up to 10,000 km x. Sale of Ten (10) power plants built by the Niger Delta Power Holding Company Ltd commenced with road-shows in Lagos, London, Hong Kong and New York. 42 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER The Reform Process : Progress So Far contd. 43 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER The Reform Process : Progress So Far iv. T 44 His Excellency, the Vice President , Arc. Namadi Sambo presenting certificates to one of the Core investors in the on-going privatisation of the Power Sector. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Reform Process: Resolution of all labour issues Seated from the left: The Honourable Minister of State for Finance, Yerima Ngama; Honourable Minister of State for Power, Hajiya Zainab Ibrahim Kuchi; Honourable Minister of Labour and Productivity, Emeka Wogu together with Labour Union in the sector. 45 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 46 A robust Nigeria Electricity Supply Industry requires a well-trained work force. Hence, strategies have been put in place to improve the competences of the existing work force through skill enhancement and professional development programmes. Part of these strategies include the establishment of the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) to ensure that the human capital needs of the sector are met. Key achievements include: 1. Rehabilitated six(6) existing Regional Training Centres (RTC) inherited from PHCN and building of 2 new ultra-modern training centres in Jos and Kano 2. Commenced intensive training of 1,000 graduate engineers (Graduate Skill Development Program) 3. Trained 70 engineers across the power sector on renewable energy options (solar, wind + hybrid) 4. Commissioned Power System Training Simulator at Ijora RTC in October, 2012 Capacity Building National Power Training Institute (NAPTIN) FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 47 5. Laid foundation for the development of NAPTIN’s permanent site at Idu Industrial Layout, Abuja in October 2012 6. Completed rehabilitation of mechanical workshop at Ijora Regional Training Center (RTC), Lagos. 7. Installed / commissioned NAPTIN’s e-Learning platform in December, 2012 8. Installed / commissioned renewable hybrid solar PV + wind demonstration plants at Kainji RTC in November 2012 9. Completed Faculty profiling and curriculum development in December, 2012 10.Signed MoU with PNN Nigeria Limited (an indigenous renewable energy company) on the Training of 1,500 youths on installation and maintenance of solar PVs 11.Developed and commissioned 60 and 36-room executive hostel / guest house for trainees at Kainji and Akangba RTCs respectively. 12.Trained about 5,340 professionals to date since inception Capacity Building National Power Training Institute (NAPTIN) FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Capacity Building National Power Training Institute (NAPTIN) Various Projects Completed and Commissioned by NAPTIN in 2012 ENGINEERING LABORATORY , KAINJI Electric Power System Simulator, Ijora MECHANICAL WORKSHOP, NAPTIN RTC IJORA EXECUTIVE HOSTEL AT AKANGBA RTC Electric Power System Simulator, Ijora EXECUTIVE HOSTEL AT AKANGBA RTC 48 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Capacity Building National Power Training Institute (NAPTIN) 49 Various Training Courses Organized In 2012 Covering Technical And Administrative Skills Scheduled Training Undertaken FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 50 Stakeholder Engagements • Nigeria/Niger Joint Commission Meetings in Abuja & Niamey. • West African Power Pool Meetings. • ECREEE meeting at Cape Verde. • Engagements with Investors from international countries • Meetings with Development Partners. • Meetings with Manitoba Hydro International of Canada. • Meeting with AfDB, World Bank, JICA, EU, GIZ, USAID, USTDA, DFID, UNIDO, NAIF etc. • Meeting with BOI on MoU for financial services for Public Private Partnership. • Bilateral Meetings with Reps of various countries on power sector development (Sweden, Germany, Italy etc.) • Engagements with private investors (including FDI’s) in power sector • MYTO II tariff consultation with stakeholders • As part of advocacy, the Ministry had working visits and consultations with traditional rulers. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Stakeholders Engagements As part of advocacy visits, HMP on working visit to the HRH. Emir of Zazzau, Alh. Shehu Idiris. Tariff consultation with Oba of Lagos in May 2012 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 51
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 52 Stakeholders Engagements From left: Vice Chairman Senate Committee on Power, Sen. Chris Ngige; Chairman, Sen. Philip Aduda; HMP, Prof. Chinedu Nebo; HMSP, Hajiya Zainab Ibrahim Kuchi; Permanent Secretary Ministry of Power, Amb. Godknows Igali, during Senate committee on Power’s visit to the Ministry. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Summary of Key Output/Achievements 53 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER  Record Peak Generation of 4,517.6MW .  Record Average Energy Sent Out of 4,028.85MWh/h Key Output/Achievements. Generation 54 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 55 8,497 9,9209,097 2012-201320112010 Installed Generation Capacity MW 5,563 6,522 3,700 2010 2011 2012-2013 Available Generation Capacity MW
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 56 Key Output/Achievements. Transmission TCN Installed Transformer Capacity (MVA) at 330 and 132kV Transmission Voltage Levels 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 MVA @330/132kV MVA @132/33kV Volt Level 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 MVA @330/132kV 6,098 6,398 6848 7,688 8,138 8,686 Being Up- DatedMVA @132/33kV 8,244 8,350 8,590 9,130 9,800 10,792 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 3,640 4,527 2,800 2010 2011 2012 Transmission Wheeling Capacity (MW) Transmission Wheeling Capacity (MW)
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER NIPP TCN TOTAL 58 Summary of deliverables of completed Transmission line Projects from 2011 to date FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Substation capacity (MVA) Transmission line coverage (Km.) 850 3,220 MVA 780.6 1,045.6 Km 2,370 274
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Power Distribution Capacity at 33/11kV (MVA) Abuja: 568 633 Benin: 529 625 Eko: 844 1019 Enugu: 668 757 Ibadan: 960 1057 Ikeja: 935 1058 Jos: 397 448 Kaduna: 368 390 Kano: 397 483 P/H: 550 681 Yola: 144 174 Disco YR 2011 Total 6,360 7,325 YR 2012 MVA MVA 59 Key Output/Achievements. Distribution FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 60 8 16 12 Average no of hours of power availability per day 201220112010 Average No of Hours of Power availability per day
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Transmission Distribution ▪ 5515MW ▪ 12% ▪ 6360 MW ▪ N151 Billion ▪ 6870MW ▪ 12% ▪ 7325 MW ▪ N189 Billion Generation ▪ 9,097MW ▪ 5,563MW ▪ 4,089 MW ▪ 27,692MWH ▪ 9,920MW ▪ 6,522MW ▪ 4,517 MW ▪ 29,196MWH ▪ Installed Capacity ▪ Available Capacity ▪ Record Peak Generation ▪ Average Energy Delivered ▪ Transmission capacity (nominal) ▪ Technical losses ▪ Distribution capacity (nominal) ▪ Total Revenue Collection from the Market Sector Reforms • All power reform institutions are established and in operation • FGN/Labour signed agreement and its implementation is at advanced stage • Privatization of 10 DisCos and 5 GenCos at advanced stage • TCN management has been handed over to Management Contractors (Manitoba of Canada) and TCN Board Inaugurated. Target Metric 2011 May, 2013 61 Key Output/Achievements FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Projection for 2013 and beyond 62 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Going forward, the Ministry will pursue vigorously the following: • Restructuring of Ministry of Power and its Agencies to cope with the evolving role in a privatised environment. • Private Investment - including Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the Power sector (IPPs, distribution, renewable energy & capacity building) • Transmission Grid Expansion (Super Grid) • Develop framework for alternative funding of transmission projects that will allow recovery of investments. • Renewable Energy Resource Development . • Electricity Market Development. • Effective Monitoring & Evaluation. Focus in 2013 and beyond FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER • Conclusion of labour-related issues. • Develop Local Content framework in the power sector. • Promoting Energy Efficiency and Conservation. • Collaborate with other agencies to check vandalisation of power infrastructure. • Improving rural access to electricity. • Divestment of NIPP sales now at bidding stage (EoI bid submission closed July 19, 2013). • Conclude privatisation process by the end of 2013. Focus in 2013 and beyond contd. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Focus in 2013 and beyond contd. • Development of the major coal fields as this will contribute between 3000 - 4000 MW power to the National grid towards improving energy mix and security of supply when implemented. • Establishment of National Council on Power to harmonize the activities of different players: Federal Government, State Governments, Local Governments etc. for effective coordination of efforts in the Power Sector. • The Ministry will leverage on the abundant Renewable Energy sources in the country which are environmentally friendly to increase power generation and guarantee security of supply. • Graduate Trainee programme aimed at producing personnel equipped with the basic skills required in the Power Sector. • The Ministry will consolidate the gains in the previous years performance and improve availability of power supply between 16 – 24 hours per day for Nigerians. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Future Plan for Transmission Expansion (330kV and Super Grid Networks) ONITSHA KAINJI JEBBA/GS JEBBA/TS SHIRORO AJAOKUTA Abeokuta Ikeja Akure Benin Asaba Port Harcourt Owerri Uyo ALAGBADO Birnin Kebbi Minna Kaduna Abuja Jos Bauchi Gombe Damaturu MaiduguriKano IIorin Ado Ekiti Lokoja Lafia Makurdi MAKURDI Enugu Akwa Umuahia Ibadan Sokoto Gusau Katsina Hadejia Jalingo Yola Abakaliki Calabar JIGAWA KANO KATSINA SOKOTO ZAMFARA KEBBI KWARA KADUNA ABUJA NIGER NASSARAWA TARABA YOBE PLATEAU BENUE EBONYI CROSS RIVER AN AMBRA OSUN BAYELSA KOGI EDO ABIA RIVERSDELTA ONDO OYO ENUGU IMO ADAMAWA BORNO GOMBE BAUCHI EKITI LAGOS AKWA IBOM ATLANTIC OCEAN NIGER REPUBLIC OF BENIN REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON REPUBLIC OF CHAD TRANSMISSION LINE LEGEND BULK SUPPLY POINT HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION THERMAL POWER STATIONS 330 kV H SAPELE P/ST. DELTA POWER ST. OGUN Osogbo EGBIN P/ST. NIGERIA Potiskum Niamey 132 kV 2 3 2 3 4 2 2 Aliade Mambila Bali 2 AFAM POWER ST. 2 2 330kV LINES– MULTIPLE CIRCUITS 330kV LINES- EXISTING 2 2 2005 : new 2 2015 : new 2015 : new 2015 : new 2015 : 3rd Circuit 2010 : new 2015 : new 2010: new 2 2 4 2015 : new SAPELE P/ST. Okitipupa Geregu 2015 : 2nd Circuit Agip Zaria 2015 : new 2015 : new 2015 : new 2015 : new 700kV LINES– SUPER GRID 700 / 330kV SUBSTATION MambilaHydro 66 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER •General Electric •Siemens AG •Daewoo E&C •Electrobras •EDF/ETDE •Power China Corp. Investors from all over the world have shown commitment and keen interest in Nigeria’s Power sector owing to the clearly defined programme set out by its government -Asia (China, India, South Korea) -Europe (Germany, Nordic Countries, UK) -North America (United States, Canada) -Africa (South Africa) -South America (Brazil) These companies have all signed Memorandum of Understanding with the Nigerian Government to support Power Projects with a new approach of providing equity in the investment Focus on Partnerships & Investment Activities in 2013 67 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER 68 Conclusion The Power Sector has recorded appreciable improvement in power delivery in the period under review despite daunting challenges. The Ministry will intensify effort in the implementation of the Roadmap and will ensure completion of key projects/programmes with renewed vigour in 2013 and beyond. Consequently, we seek continuous support and understanding from our numerous stakeholders. The Ministry is committed to ensuring that improved service delivery level is maintained during and after the transition to private ownership of the GenCos and DisCos. The Ministry wishes to express its profound gratitude to the Hon. Minister of Petroleum Resources for working assiduously to provide the thermal plants with adequate gas We also thank the Hon. Minister of Information for providing the platform to present our sectoral achievements over the past two years. The Power Sector revolution will unleash Nigeria into her new season of peace, progress, prosperity and development. FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER
  • FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER Lighting up Nigeria 24/7 Thank You 69 FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POWER