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Conference on "Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India" scheduled on January 30, 2014, Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. This event is being jointly organized by InfralineEnergy & ...

Conference on "Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India" scheduled on January 30, 2014, Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. This event is being jointly organized by InfralineEnergy & Bureaucracy Today.

The country thus has large number of power projects crippled by a lack of fuel linkages or set back in fuel linkages, pricing of imported coals or coals sourced from linked overseas mining projects,, problems with statutory approvals, project financing issues and impacts

The Conference has been designed and launched with above mentioned objectives, challenges and would provide a platform to deliberate on key aspects leading to possible completion and commissioning of this stranded capacity within reasonable time.

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    Conference on Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India 30th January, 2014 Conference on Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India 30th January, 2014 Document Transcript

    • Conference on Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India January 30, 2014, Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi Organizers: InfralineEnergy Bureaucracy Today Media Partners The Complete Energy Sector Magazine for Policy and Decision Makers p rshi nso ities Spo r tun o Opp ailable Av
    • Conference on Acquisition Opportunities for Power Generation Assets in India Background India has the world’s 5th largest electricity generation capacity and it is the 6th largest energy consumer accounting for 3.4% of global energy consumption. Large numbers of power projects, from the eleventh and twelfth five year plans, are under construction and commissioning to overcome the power shortages and meet the growing energy requirements in the country. However, the power sector has been facing number of challenges on account of inadequate/depleting conventional fuel supplies, growing gap between fuels supply and demand, costs of imported fuels, project financing and rupee devaluation,, slippages in capacity addition, transmission/open access constraints, high Aggregate Technical & Commercial (AT & C) losses , unviable distribution segments due to power pricing,, high cost of land acquisition, lack of experience in awarding global contracts and delay in granting statutory approvals. While the sector needs some immediate reforms, the same is taling much longer thus adding to the uncertainty. The country thus has large number of power projects crippled by a lack of fuel linkages or set back in fuel linkages, pricing of imported coals or coals sourced from linked overseas mining projects,, problems with statutory approvals, project financing issues and impacts of rupee depreciation etc. These power projects aggregating to 30000-40000 MW capacity, blocking investments of over INR 1 Lakh crores are in distress due to one or multiple causes. These capital assets cannot be left to waste and all options for their completion and commissioning needs to be examined. This may need policy reforms, regulatory reforms, re negotiations of contracts, financial rationalization and other measures to bring them on production at the earliest. , Many of such stranded power plants provide attractive acquisition targets for the industry players who can de-risk such facilities. Large players like NTPC, JSW Energy, Reliance Power and Tata Power are understood to be evaluating such opportunities and can leverage their strengths. Analysts are of the opinion that such a strategy could help these companies add capacity at an attractive and advantageous cost compared to any green field project. Successful acquisition would also result in capacity addition to total portfolio, early start of generation and thus the start of revenue streams... The numerous challenges, that would be faced by the potential acquirers,, would include the issues with the valuation of distressed power plant, status of project completion, outlook for fuel supplies and pricing, changes in the policies and regulations in the intervening period, financial restructuring, the condition of the equipments and their warranties/guarantees, position of OEM’s, status of approvals, contracts and their renegotiations, PPA and other agreements and their renegotiations, etc., The Conference has been designed and launched with above mentioned objectives and challenges and would provide a platform to deliberate on key aspects leading to possible completion and commissioning of this stranded capacity within reasonable time. Few of our Power Sector Participants 360 Degree Marketing, A 2 Z Group, ABB Limited, Adani Power limited, Adhunik Power & Natural Resources Ltd, AF Consult India (P) Ltd, AF-Mercados EMI, Alstom Projects India Ltd, Altair Industrial Technologies, AP Genco, AP Genco, Avantha Power & Infrastructure Ltd, BF Infrastructure Ltd, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, Bhotika Trade & Services Pvt Ltd, Black & Veatch Consulting Pvt Ltd, Bokaro Power Supply Co. Pvt. Ltd, C&S Electric Ltd, Camfil Farr Air Filtration India Pvt. Ltd, Central Electricity Authority, CERC, Cethar Limited, Cinda Engineering & Construction Pvt. Ltd, CLP Power India Pvt. Ltd, Devendran Coal International Pvt. Ltd, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, DSP Merill Lynch, EICS Power Services, Electrical Construction Co, Emerson Process Management, Engineers India Ltd, Facor Alloys Limited, Feedback Ventures Pvt. Ltd, Gammon Infrastructure Projects Ltd, GE Energy, Gemini Consolidated Projects Pvt. Ltd, Gruppe Littlesilver, Gujarat State Electricity Corp. Ltd, GVPR Engineers Ltd, Hindalco Industry Ltd, Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd, ICICI Venture Funds Management Co. Ltd, IFS Solutions India Pvt. Ltd, Indu Projects Limited, ISGEC John Thompson, ITOCHU India Pvt. Ltd, Jhajjar Power Ltd, JK Paper Ltd, KazStoryService Infrastrucure India Pvt. Ltd, Kirloskar Brothers Ltd, KPCL, L&T Heavy Engineering, L&T Howden Pvt. Ltd, L&T MHI Turbine Generator Pvt Ltd, L&T Power, L&T -Sargent & Lundy Limited, Lahmeyer International India, M.N. Dastur & Company (p) Ltd, Marsh India Insurance Brokers Pvt. Ltd, Meghraj Capital Advisors Pvt. Ltd, NSL Nagapatnam Power & Infratech Pvt. Ltd, NTPC Alstom Power Service Pvt Ltd, NTPC Limited, Power Finance Corporation Ltd, Prakash Industries Ltd, PWC, Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group, Shapoorji Pallonji, Shree Cement Ltd, Siemens, Skoda Power Pvt. Ltd, Tata Power, Tata Consulting Engineers Limited, Tecpro System ltd, The BCG Group, World Bank, Thermax Limited, Toshiba India, TRF Ltd, Welspun Energy, Wipro Ltd and many more. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events
    • January 30, 2014, Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi Agenda Session 1: Inaugural – Overview of Indian Power Generation Industry  Power Generation – Ownership, Performance and Private Participation  Reforms and Developments  Business Viability in Power Generation – Present and Future Outlook Session 2: Challenges in Power Generation Business  Operational & Commercial Issues governing Power Production and discharge  Fuel Supply Issues: Domestic Availability, Imports and Overall Requirement  Delayed statutory Clearances and Approvals  Land Acquisition and Utilization, R&R issues  Effect of the land acquisition Bill  Fuel Pricing & Contract Management  Regulatory Hurdles and Policy Uncertainties Session 3: Investigating Feasibility over Transfer of Ownership Structure/Sale of Assets  Overview of Risk and Risk Factors Affecting Change in Ownership  Postulates from Companies Act, 2013  Significance of Contract Renewals and Terms of Reference  Stakeholder Perceptions – Lender’s Perspective  Regulator’s Perception and Authorization Session 4: Need for restructuring: Acquisition Models  International experiences of Acquisition in Distressed Power Assets  Present ownership structure, limitations and expectations  Disinvestment in Under Construction and Operational Power Projects  Progress and Future Opportunities of Reformation in Power Generation About InfralineEnergy InfralineEnergy organizes conferences in the areas of Power, Oil & Gas, Coal, Legal, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy. Our conferences have been far reaching successes and have received rave reviews. Schedules are adhered to and there is adequate time for discussion. A lot of emphasis is given to time devoted for networking and business opportunities. We are also an accredited premier service provider of critical business information, industry databases, business intelligence and related services in the Energy Sector. The company offers various reports and online databases for sectors like Coal, Oil & Gas, Power, Upstream and Renewable Energy. About Bureaucracy Today By virtue of its unrivalled capability in delivering high net worth/policy maker readers consistently and reaching out to over 6 lac readers - from politicians to bureaucrats & technocrats, entrepreneurs, to CEOs. To small businessmen and more; Bureaucracy Today is one of the country’s largest and most comprehensive business and consumer platform. Notably, the Bureaucracy Today readers are responsible for plus 70% of the country’s GDP . A MUST ATTEND FOR • Power Companies in India – Generation, Transmission and Distribution Business concerns • Financial Institutions/Banks • Power Exchanges and Power Traders • Centre and State Regulatory Bodies and monitoring agencies • Consultants and Law Firms/Legal Associates • Government and State Govt Bodies • Associations and Corporations/NGOs • Captive/Independent Power Producers/Merchant Power Producers • Technology providers and project developers • Utilities and grid operators • PSU Funding Agencies • Multilateral lending agencies • Power trading and transmission companies • Energy exchanges For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events
    • Registration Form Delegate Details Registration Fee (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) First Name : Last Name: Indian Delegate Foreign Delegate Before December 27, 2013* `18,000 $305 Standard Price Title: Mr./Mrs./Ms `22,000 $340 Job Title There is also a 10% team discount for a group of 3 executives from the same company, 15% discount on a group of 5 and 20% discount on a group of 7 or more. Company Address The registration fee for State Electricity Boards and their successor units (stateowned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms), regulatory authorities and academic institutions will be INR 10,000 (+service tax) per participant City –– * o qualify for discounts, payments must be received latest by T December 27, 2013. –– 12.36% Service Tax payable separately. –– Our PAN No. is AAACI7075E –– The conference is a non-residential programme. Postal Code Email Tel Mobile Fax Sponsorship Opportunities Available Payment Method NEFT/RTGS Instructions  Cheque/DD payable to “Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.”  Credit / Debit card: Amex Visa Expiry Date _________ / _________ Signature _____________ New Delhi 110001 503011022657 IFSC / NEFT Code Card No________________________________________ 23 Barakhamba Road, Narain Manzil, Bank Account No ING Vysya Bank Mastercard Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd. Bank Address  NEFT/RTGS transfer Beneficiary Bank Name payable at New Delhi. VYSA0005030 MICR Code 110064003 Sponsor the event to Build your Brand recognition Showcase your company and solutions Communicate what you are/ what you do Broaden your marketing reach Connect with decision makers and influencers Special Offer Get a complimentary pass for this conference on the deputation of 3 or more delegates from your company. Note: No 2 discounts can be clubbed together. Contact Person Ankit Gupta, InfralineEnergy 14th Floor, Atmaram House, 1 Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Tel: +91 11 66250018 (D), Mob: 9718944234, Fax: +91 11 46250099 Email: ankit.gupta@infraline.com Wire transfer instructions are available at: http://infraline.com/wiretransferinstructions.doc Avail Early Bird Discount Till December 27, 2013 For payments through Credit Card, please visit: http://infraline.com/onlinepayment