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Investment Opportunities
In The Power Sector
KSA
FOUAD ALSHEREBI
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GENERATION
SAUDI ELECTRICITY CO...
Outline
• Power Sector Development & Capital
Investment.
• Investment Opportunities
– IPP Program
– Localization
• Power M...
Key Data
 Population of Saudi Arabia: 27 Million.
 Area: 2.25 Million Square Km.
 Total Available Installed Capacity 57...
 On April 04,2000 SEC was Established as a Saudi
Joint Stock Company as a Result of Merging
Electricity Companies in Cent...
Demand & Generation Capacity Development (MW)
3,073 3,103 3,661 4,692 4,346 4,772 6,572
9,165 9,224 10,505
27,018 27,423 2...
Transmission Network
Achievements
Item
Year
2000
End of
2012
Percent of
change
Available Generation Capacity (MW) 22,060 43,083 95.3%
Sold Ener...
Demand Growth
MW
Capital Investments
15,850
35,600
27,460 24,500 24,950 21,750
37,783
30,772
26,513
28,614
34,873
34,173
16,243
17,025
18,1...
 In 2007 an IPP Program was started to Motivate
Local and International Investors Participation.
 A model that Suits Tod...
• Fuel Type is Aligned with National Fuel Policy.
• 30% of Future generation Capacity could be from
IPP Projects
• Fulfill...
Completion
Date
Investment of the Private
Sector
Capacity (MW)Name of the Project
201380%1200Rabigh 1 IPP (Completed)
2013...
 There is a good potential in Power
System Industry Localization.
 This Includes the Whole Supply Chain
– Engineering , ...
 Large and Fast Growing Market
 Competitive Advantage In Term of
Delivery Time and Long Term
Service Agreements
 Well e...
 Shorter Delivery Time
 Standardized Design Adapted to
Local Environment and
Requirements
 Long Term Local Support
 To...
Future for the Power Market Development
Regional:
 Creating Electricity Market in KSA.
 GCC Interconnection Grid.
 Conn...
Closing Remarks
 Maximizing Development of Saudi Power
Sector.
 Great Potentials and Business
Opportunities :
• Private ...
Relevant Websites For More Information
Ministry of Water and Electricity: www.mowe.gov.sa
Electricity Regulator: www.ecra....
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USSaudiForum - Panel 13 - Fouad Alsherebi - Opportunity in Electricity and Energy

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The 3rd US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum was held Sep 16-18, 2013, bringing together officials, business people, educators and specialists highlighting the U.S.-Saudi trade relationship and how U.S. companies can participate in Saudi Arabia's expansion.

Saudi Arabia is undergoing an extraordinary economic boom. Massive public investment, rapid private-sector growth and new sector initiatives are driving an expansion projected to offer more than $1 trillion in trade and investment opportunities over the next decade.

This panel of distinguished experts highlighted the opportunities in electricity and energy.

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  1. 1. Investment Opportunities In The Power Sector KSA FOUAD ALSHEREBI EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GENERATION SAUDI ELECTRICITY COMPANY
  2. 2. Outline • Power Sector Development & Capital Investment. • Investment Opportunities – IPP Program – Localization • Power Market Development. • Closing Remarks.
  3. 3. Key Data  Population of Saudi Arabia: 27 Million.  Area: 2.25 Million Square Km.  Total Available Installed Capacity 57 GW (85% by SEC).  Number of Customers = 6.8 Million In 12,450 Cities, Towns and Villages  Average Annual Forecasted Electricity Growth = 8%  Peak Load 53 GW, Summer (2013).  Used Fuel at Present: Oil & Gas.  Connection with the Neighbor Countries (Regional Power Market).
  4. 4.  On April 04,2000 SEC was Established as a Saudi Joint Stock Company as a Result of Merging Electricity Companies in Central, Eastern, Western and Southern Regions in Addition to Ten Small Companies Operating in the North of the Kingdom.  Largest Electric Utility in the Region in Terms of Capacity, Market Capital And Shareholders  2012 Revenues US$ 9bln,. Key Data
  5. 5. Demand & Generation Capacity Development (MW) 3,073 3,103 3,661 4,692 4,346 4,772 6,572 9,165 9,224 10,505 27,018 27,423 28,640 30,308 32,603 34,470 37,913 39,973 41,924 43,083 26,272 27,847 29,913 31,240 34,953 37,400 40,405 44,940 46,956 50,975 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 SWCC & IPP SEC Peak Load 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  6. 6. Transmission Network
  7. 7. Achievements Item Year 2000 End of 2012 Percent of change Available Generation Capacity (MW) 22,060 43,083 95.3% Sold Energy (GWH) 114,161 240,288 110.5 % Length of Transmission Network (CKM) 29,631 51,881 75.1 % Length of Distribution Network (CKM) 226,664 438,130 93.3 % Number of Customers (Million) 3.6 6.7 86.6 % Electrified Towns, Villages and Settlements 7,610 12,450 63.6 % Number of Employees 30,028 29,006 -3.4 %
  8. 8. Demand Growth MW
  9. 9. Capital Investments 15,850 35,600 27,460 24,500 24,950 21,750 37,783 30,772 26,513 28,614 34,873 34,173 16,243 17,025 18,193 19,720 21,081 22,484 - 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 Distribution Transmission Generation billionSR More than USD 120 bln. Capital Investment UP to 2019 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
  10. 10.  In 2007 an IPP Program was started to Motivate Local and International Investors Participation.  A model that Suits Today Electricity Market and Attract Investors was selected. The Model is Based on:  Long Term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) ( 20 Years) for the Agreed Capacity.  SEC Full Responsibility for Fuel Supply Based on an Energy Conversion Agreement (ECA) basis.  SEC may participate in up to 50% of Project Capital.  The Land Needed for the Projects will be IPP Program
  11. 11. • Fuel Type is Aligned with National Fuel Policy. • 30% of Future generation Capacity could be from IPP Projects • Fulfillment of international and local Environment Requirements • Projects are Tendered in a High Transparency competition to Prequalified Consortiums IPP Program
  12. 12. Completion Date Investment of the Private Sector Capacity (MW)Name of the Project 201380%1200Rabigh 1 IPP (Completed) 201350%1729Riyadh PP11 IPP (Completed) 201450%3927Qurayyah IPP (Under Construction) 201750%2000Rabigh 2 IPP (Financial Closing) 201750%600Duba 1 IPP (Planned) 201850%1800Duba 2 IPP (Planned)  11,000 MW IPP Generation Capacity to be in service by 2018 IPP Projects
  13. 13.  There is a good potential in Power System Industry Localization.  This Includes the Whole Supply Chain – Engineering , Manufacturing, Construction and Maintenance.  The Need is more Felt in Generation and Transmission Areas.  Few Factories are in the Process of Building their Capacity in the areas of High Voltage Gas Insulated Switchgear, Transformers and Gas Turbine Components Industry Localization
  14. 14.  Large and Fast Growing Market  Competitive Advantage In Term of Delivery Time and Long Term Service Agreements  Well established Prequalification Process  Enhancement of Supplier – Client Relationship Industry Localization – Investor Drives
  15. 15.  Shorter Delivery Time  Standardized Design Adapted to Local Environment and Requirements  Long Term Local Support  Toward Power Sector Social Responsibility Objectives Industry Localization Benefits
  16. 16. Future for the Power Market Development Regional:  Creating Electricity Market in KSA.  GCC Interconnection Grid.  Connection with Egypt.  Regional Arab Market. International:  Connection with European Market.
  17. 17. Closing Remarks  Maximizing Development of Saudi Power Sector.  Great Potentials and Business Opportunities : • Private Sector Investments. • Energy Efficiency Measures, and Energy Services Companies . • Regional and International Electricity Market Development. • Partnership in Engineering , Construction, Operation of the Power Projects with Qualified
  18. 18. Relevant Websites For More Information Ministry of Water and Electricity: www.mowe.gov.sa Electricity Regulator: www.ecra.gov.sa Saudi Electricity Company: www.se.com.sa Thank You
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