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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 ...

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

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    USSaudiForum - Panel 11 - Yasser Jeddawi - Opportunities in Water USSaudiForum - Panel 11 - Yasser Jeddawi - Opportunities in Water Presentation Transcript

    • WATER OPPORTUNITIES IN SAUDI ARABIA US-SAUDI BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FORUM LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, 18TH SEPTEMBER 2013 Eng.Yasser Jeddawi, MBA,PMP yjeddawi@nwc.com.sa www.nwc.com.sa
    • 2 KSA WATER OVERVIEW1 NWC, INCEPTION AND FUTURE2 NWC MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS3 NWC PROJECTS PORTFOLIO INFORMATION4 BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE / OPPORTUNITIES5 OPPORTUNITIES & FACILITIES OFFERED BY NWC6 AGENDA
    • 3 Saudi Arabia falls under absolute water scarcity countries due to limited water sources such as Surface Water. (rainfall average is estimated at 70 mm/year). Ground Water (represent around 30% of supplied potable water) We depend highly on Desalinated Sea Water (18% of Global Production) Water consumption stood at 7 million cubic meters per day (m3/d) in 2012, and is expected to reach 20 million m3/d by 2020 With daily water consumption that exceed 250 liters per capita, Saudi Arabia ranks in the world third behind the U.S. and Canada as the largest consumer of water. The renewable groundwater represents 11.7% of the groundwater reserves in the Saudi Arabia. The non-renewable groundwater represents 88.3% of the groundwater reserves in the Saudi Arabia. The water Tariff is highly subsidized by the KSA government.(below table of different segments Tariff) KSA- WATER OVERVIEW Segment m3/month Price US $ 1 1-50 0.027 2 51-100 0.04 3 101-200 0.53 4 201-300 1.07 5 301+ 1.6
    • NWC, INCEPTION AND FUTURE (RIYADH, JEDDAH, MECCA AND TAIF) (MADINAH, DAMMAM AND KHOBOR, NEAR FUTURE)
    • 5 Key Milestones in the Privatization of the Water and Wastewater Sector (2005-2012) 2005 2007 20132008 2010  NWC launches the PPP agreement for Makkah / Taif partnering with Saur Group & Al Zamil.  MOWE develops the Strategic Transformation Plan (STP) to introduce private sector participation in the water sector  NWC is created by Royal Decree M-1 (13/1/1429H)  NWC launched 1st PPP agreements for the water sector in Riyadh and Jeddah, partnering with Veolia France & Suez Group respectively Timeline  NWC to cover the rest of the 14 cities in KSA for 65% population coverage.  PPP Model expected to evolve to complex and more collaborative arrangements with TSE & O&M joint venture. 2012  RFP Launched – Riyadh, Jeddah- Makkah-Taif for business case & transformation of the TSE & O&M BU. 5 years plan FTE ≈ 7184 THE KINGDOM’S PRIVATIZATION PROGRAM HAS TARGETED THE WATER SECTOR BY INTRODUCING KEY CHANGES FROM 2005 TO 2013, ONWARDS
    • 6 INTRODUCTION “TO PROVIDE EXCEPTIONAL WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES IN A RELIABLE, SUSTAINABLE AND COST- EFFECTIVE MANNER, FOCUSING ON THE SATISFACTION OF OUR CUSTOMERS, EMPLOYEES AND COMMUNITIES, TO DELIVER STRONG PERFORMANCE THROUGH A COMMERCIALLY VIABLE ORGANIZATION”. NWC MISSION: NWC VISION “ TO BE A WORLD-CLASS WATER UTILITY COMPANY”.
    • 7 NWC WAS CREATED TO SERVE THE STRATEGIC GOALS & OBJECTIVE AS : Development of sustainable water & wastewater system and distribution in the major cities in KSA. Redirect the sector from governmental sector to lucrative investment platform to attract investors, both domestic & international. Enhancement of the existing infrastructure system to ensure the delivery of excellent service to the society. AS PART OF ITS INITIAL GOALS, NWC HAS LAUNCHED AMBITIOUS PLANS TO COMPLETE AND FURTHER EXPAND THE EXISTING NETWORKS TO: Increase the coverage. Reduce leakage in the network through leak detection & control program. Reduce operation cost as well as improving efficiencies. INTRODUCTION
    • 8 INTRODUCTION NWC VALUES
    • 9 OVERVIEW OF CURRENT AN NEW CITIES TO MANAGED BY NWC Riyadh Taif Mecca Jeddah Madinah Jubail Dammam Najran Abha HailTabuk Aljouf Under Operation Under Study KSA population (Million) ≈ 29,195* Annual Expected Growth Rate between 3% to 5 % *Central department of Statistics and Information AlKhobar NWC is managing now four Cities out of 18 targeted Cities. Buraidah PPP StatusCity Population Million Daily potable water supply (M3/day) % of KSA population Under operationRiyadh 5,841 1,848,80720 Under operationJeddah 3,866 1,056,56713.2 Under operationMakkah & Taif 2,952 695,01710.1 Under Due Diligence process Madinah 1,307 4.5 383,547 Dammam & Al Khobar 1,647 708,3635,6 Total (7 cities) 15,613 3,547,49253.4
    • NWC MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS
    • 11 2012 TOP STRATEGIC / OPERATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS 115 M m3 Amount of water saved through leak detection and repairs 1,270 M m3 Annual Water supply 19/20 Days Average time to install Water & Wastewater connections respectively 98.7% Quality of water testing compliance 83% Customer satisfaction     
    • 12 2012 – PERFORMANCE OF CUSTOMER FOCUS AND OPERATIONS RELATED KPIS (1 OF 2) Customer Satisfaction Index (%) 2009 84% 2008 83% 2012 85% 45% 83% 20112010 Conducted by, a reputed 3rd Party company Volume of Water Saved due to Leak Detection (Million m3) 115.4 67.5 53.9 23.0 7.2 2012201020092008 2011 Quality of Water Testing Compliance (%) Water Supply (Million m3) 98.7% 20122010 99.3% 99.3% 20112009 99.1% 2008 82.0% 1,270 1,002942 827753 2010 2011 20122008 2009
    • 13 2012 – PERFORMANCE OF CUSTOMER FOCUS AND OPERATIONS RELATED KPIS (2 OF 2) Average Time to Install Wastewater Connection (Days) Average Time to Install Water Connection (Days) 2023 4760 180 201120102008 2009 2012 19 24 3030 70 2008 2009 201220112010 TSE Revenue (Million USD) 9.9 2.9 2011 2012
    • 14 SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH & COMMISSIONING OF ACCELERATED RIYADH WATER SUPPLY PROJECT  RWSP was initiated as an emergency measure to increase the water supply in the city of Riyadh by 200,000 m3/day before the onset of Summer 2013.  It is a 425 Million USD program which was launched on 15th June 2012.  This project includes digging 43 new wells, establishing 27 new WTPs, and building 29 storage tanks and 6 Filling Stations in six months only.  Nearly 1.6 Million man-hours of work has gone into this program.
    • 15 DRYING AND DE-SLUDGING OF WW LAKES – STEPS TOWARD ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION • Size of the lake was 5 Million m2 • Completely dried up in a record 2 months • All removed sludge has been treated  Drained the Jeddah wastewater lake, treated the contaminated soils ahead of the scheduled time by 9 months… Jeddah Lake Al Nathem Lake Before During After
    • 16 LAUNCHED ONE OF THE BIGGEST SEWAGE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT WORTH MORE THAN USD 2.1 BILLION IN JEDDAH • Combined total treatment capacity for Jeddah WWTP to reach 100,000m³/day. • A total of 132,000 house connections and 2,500 kilometers of networks, pipelines & mainlines. • The biggest Lift Station in the region with capacities topping 1,000,000 m³/day and a depth of 80 meters.
    • 17 IMPLEMENTING THE LATEST IT TECHNOLOGY • COMPASS, a valuable tool towards customer service excellence. • It integrates - CC&B, ERP, EAM, GIS & SCADA. • Project was completed in in a record time of 14 months only.
    • 18 OPENING OF REGIONAL CENTERS FOR CUSTOMER SERVICES & AWARENESS • Completion of Al Nuzha Integrated Complex which includes: • Training Centre • Call Center • CSC • Exhibition Centre • Opening of West Branch in Riyadh • Centre serves 100,000 households
    • 19 NWC EARNED SOME OF THE MOST COVETED AWARDS AND RECOGNITION IN THE INDUSTRY 2nd Best Distinguished Global water company, by GWI Highest level of nationalization in the GCC Prince Turki Bin Nasser Award for Environment protection Achieving highest Global standards in the GIS in Water/ Wastewater Sector Water Innovation Award
    • NWC COVERAGE DATE AND PROJECTS PORTFOLIO INFORMATION
    • 21 2013 – WATER & WASTE WATER NETWORK DATA: 14,716RCBU Network Length (km) 393,961 House Connections Water Network 6,500 Network Length (km) 281,400 House Connections Waste Water Network 5,631JCBU 174,720 2,279 97,873 3,676MCBU 80,678 2,170 59,704 990TCBU 45,000 750 31,000 25,013TOTAL 694,359 12,019 469,977
    • 22 2013 –NWC PROJECTS PORTFOLIO INFORMATION : 199RCBU No. Of Ongoing Projects 89JCBU 22MCBU 20TCBU 330TOTAL 2,848 Projects Total Values Billion USD 2,075 514,9 427,73 5,866
    • BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE & CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN
    • 24 BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE NWC depend highly on having a Master Plan for each CBUs with the support of highly qualified international consultant which draw the near-med-long term future of Water and Wastewater services in each city and this process is updated every 5 years and according to any new Regulations or major needs.
    • 25 TREATED SEWAGE EFFLUENT (TSE) As part of its strategic planning, NWC have conducted a study with an international consultant and the demand forecasted on the short and long term: The short term demand will exceed 1.6 m3 per day. The long term demand will exceed 2.2 m3 per day. Additional to that NWC acted proactively in signing several agreement and MOUs with potential and large companies in the Government and Private sectors to sell more than 400,000 m3 per day of TSE generating more than USD 1.6 billion.
    • 26 ESTIMATED CAPITAL PROGRAM (2013 – 2017) – USD 13.7BILLION 4.8RCBU CAPEX needed for 7 Cities (in USD) 13.7TOTAL 4.5JCBU 2.9MCBU & TCBU 0.75Madinah (Near Future) 0.75 Dammam & Khobar (Near Future)
    • 27 NWC TOTAL CAPEX REQUIREMENTS FOR 7 MAJOR CITY/GROUPS TOTAL = 13.7 BILLION USD (2013-2017) - 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 Water Plants , Wells & Reservoirs Water Mains Water Networks Water House Connections WWTP Wastewater Mains Waste Water Networks Waste Water House Connections 615 567 729 260 726 1,263 421 253 449 349 305 1 906 854 1,133 174 368 315 343 199 544 630 200 258 89 67 67 60 142 171 97 52 105.392 82.808 75.28 45.168 135.504 143.032 120.448 45.168 RCBU JCBU MTCBU MCBU DKBU
    • 28 WATER SECURITY STRATEGY (STRATEGIC RESERVOIR) Planned Strategic Reservoir Capacities (m3) Riyadh 10,000,000 Targeted Strategic Reservoir Capacities (m3) 6,500,000 Jeddah 10,000,000 7,500,000 Mecca 6,000,000 2,340,000 Taif 2,000,000 1,700,000 TOTAL 36,000,000 22,790,000 As Part of MOWE Water Security strategy, and in order to secure water supply for the cities (Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca,Taif, Medina, Aseer) for 10 days in case of any shortage or loss of water supply, MOWE jointly with NWC initiated an urgent plans for Strategic Reservoir with an overall capacities of 36,000,000 m3 and estimated cost exceeding 2.1 Billion USD as followings Aseer 2,000,000 1,250,000 Madinah 6,000,000 3,500,000
    • OPPORTUNITIES AND FACILITIES OFFERED TO NWC CONTRACTORS, SUPPLIERS, CONSULTANT,….
    • 30 OPPORTUNITIES FOR US COMPANIES Our Projects focus mainly on the design and Construction of following Water & Wastewater infrastructures: Water Network & Main lines Wastewater Network & Trunk lines Water & Wastewater House Connections Wastewater Treatment plants Brackish Water Treatment Plants Lift stations Large Water Reservoirs Ground water deep wells Rehabilitation of Plants & Networks Related Consultancy & Supervision service
    • 31 FACILITIES OFFERED TO CONTRACTORS  ADVANCE PAYMENT UP TO (20%) TO THE CONTRACTORS TO THEM AT THE BEGINNING OF THE EXECUTION.  PROVIDE SUPPORT TO CONTRACTORS IN OBTAINING CERTAIN LOCAL RAW MATERIALS LIKE ASPHALT, PIPES ETC.  ASSISTANCE IN GETTING APPROVALS FROM MUNICIPALITIES AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES.  SPEEDY SETTLEMENT OF PAYMENTS.  LOW RISK FIDIC FORM OF CONTRACT.
    • 32 ENVIRONMENT OFFERED TO CONTRACTORS  PROVIDING PROFESSIONAL QUALITY AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BY IMPLEMENTATION OF NWC-PMM (PROJECT MANAGEMENT MANUALS) WHICH WERE DEVELOPED BY FAITHFUL & GOULD BASED ON ONE OF THE BEST PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (PMI), PLUS ISO 9001 (QUALITY MANAGEMENT), 14001(HSE) AND 18001 (OHSAS).  PHASE-2- APPOINTMENT OF AECOM FOR NWC-PMM PROFESSIONAL IMPLEMENTATION WITHIN NWC, TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS SERVICES AND SUPPORT FOR THE COMPANY MEGA PROJECTS TO INSURE PROFESSIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION ACROSS NWC.  ACQUIRING PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT IN MEGA STRATEGIC PROJECTS FROM EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL COMPANIES SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO AECOM, CH2MHILL, CDM AND OTHERS..
    • 33 VENDOR LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT Due Diligence Qualification Audit • Basic information submitted on-line • Verification of data • Highlight risk Registration • Detailed analysis of vendor • Scored/ weighted by categorization Qualification Continuous Monitoring Revision Review Performance Management Re- Classification/ De-selection • Regular monitoring • Feedback from internal customers • Annual vendor appraisal • Escalations  Upgrade / Downgrade / Blacklist Vendor PerformanceSourcing Asset / Projects Internal customers Vendor Categorization • Vendor Portfolio / Vendor Panel • Procurement Strategies Certification Procurement Purchase Request Bidder List Bidding Process Award Committee F. Evaluations Negotiation Award Blacklist Upgrade Standardization Control Categories Create items & services Link items to categories
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