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  • 1. THE SAUDI ARABIA POWERTRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SECTOR OPPORTUNITIES & CHANGES Presented by: ABHAY BHARGAVA INDUSTRY MANAGER ENERGY & POWER SYSTEMS FROST & SULLIVAN INTERNATIONAL INC.
  • 2. AGENDA 1 2 3 4 5 6 2
  • 3. SAUDI ARABIA – RAPID ECONOMIC GROWTH ENVISAGED Downstream Power Water & General Metals & Petrochemicals & Sector Wastewater Infrastructure Mining Plastics SAUDI ARABIA Inflation % 6% Population (Millions) 26+ Unemployment % 10-11 % Ease of doing business 1 (11) Percentage of GCC GDP 43% Percentage of ME GDP 27% Percentage of GCC Power T&D investments 70% Source: Frost & Sullivan research/ IMF/ World Bank data 3
  • 4. SAUDI ARABIA – POWER GENERATION GROWTH PLAN GW Significant growth in Power Generation $100 Billion* spend between 2011- Private sector contribution expected 2020 on Power Generation to grow from 7.4% to 17%+ Source: Frost & Sullivan research/ SEC/ KACARE published data 4
  • 5. SAUDI ARABIA – POWER GENERATION: INVESTMENT IMPACT T&D lines: $ 8 – 10 Billion Switchgear: Transformers: $ 5.5 - 6 Billion $ 7.5 - 8 BillionForecasted cumulative investments till 2016 Source: Frost & Sullivan research/ SEC published data Number of 4500 – 5000 Km of Cumulative spend customers expected 380kV lines to be on T&D ~$30 to increase by 26%/ laid by 2016 Billion (2011 -2016) 1.7 Mn 5
  • 6. SAUDI ARABIA – PRESENT T&D INFRASTRUCTURE Source: SECInterconnection of regions the next priority in T&D infrastructure development 6
  • 7. SAUDI ARABIA – TRANSFORMER LANDSCAPE 2010 KSA Transformer market ~ $ 1 Billion Only ~70 Million manufactured locally Local manufacturing focused primarily on distribution transformers Requirement - Technical capabilities & skilled manpower for local manufacturing Opportunities: • To develop local skill and expertise Tackle unemployment issues & contribute to Saudization • Develop local vendors for supply of components to transformer manufacturers Source: Frost & Sullivan research 7
  • 8. SAUDI ARABIA – SWITCHGEAR LANDSCAPE Source: Frost & Sullivan research 8
  • 9. SAUDI ARABIA – SUB-STATION EPC LANDSCAPE Source: Frost & Sullivan research 9
  • 10. SAUDI ARABIA – OVERHEAD TRANSMISSION LINES EPC LANDSCAPE Source: Frost & Sullivan research 10
  • 11. GLOBAL TRENDS SHAPING THE POWER DISTRIBUTION MARKETS 1990 2000 2010 2020 Micro- IT Operational Enhanced Generation Convergence Efficiency Management Building Low Energy Smart Automation Energy Smart Evolution of Management Intelligent Towns Lighting Grids Technology Home Intelligent Green Micro- Buildings Building Automation Buildings Renewables Management Energy & Control Systems Green Integrated Control Integration Buildings Networking Building Building Building Smart Control Automation Performance Buildings Automated IT Smart VirtualEmergence of Building Meter Reading Convergence Metering power Smart & Automation (AMR) plants Boom in Smart Intelligent Advanced Cities/Towns Technology Renewables Home Area Metering Energy Network Infrastructure Management (HAN) (AMI) 1990 2000 2010 2020 Source: Frost & Sullivan 11
  • 12. FUTURE SMART ENERGY OPPORTUNITY- GLOBALLY Automation companies Market moving increasingly exploiting towards total arising opportunities Advances in storage solutions technologies Home Area Network Alliances between Utilities, Communication providers, OEM‘s & distribution companies Autonomous distribution network – Micro Grids Future Opportunities New technologies such as superconducing cables, and Smart Meters high voltage DC (HVDC) Smart Energy Source: Frost & Sullivan research 12
  • 13. GLOBAL SMART TECHNOLOGY MATURITY CURVE Smart Energy Technology Market: Regional Life Cycle Analysis (World), 2010Time Scale North America Western Europe Middle East Asia Central & Eastern Europe Africa Latin America Development Growth Maturity Source: Frost & Sullivan 13
  • 14. SMART ENERGY – UPCOMING TRENDS & OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAUDIARABIA 14
  • 15. POWER T&D SECTOR IN SAUDI ARABIA - MARKET DRIVERS Industrialization in Saudi Arabia Power Capacity Augmentation Infrastructure Grid Energy Technology Interconnectivity replacement efficiency advancements <GPS> 15 15
  • 16. POWER T&D SECTOR IN SAUDI ARABIA - THE MARKET CHALLENGES Lack of coordination Technology Insufficient Constant between adoption focus on investments to stakeholders Energy meet Peaking efficiency demand (Lack of) supporting Mandates/ Regulations Lack of Financing qualified (especially for manpower higher cost Energy efficient equipment <GPS> 16 16
  • 17. SUMMARIZING OPPORTUNITIES Network components (Substation Local manufacturing of Transformers equipment, Cables, Conductors, & Switchgear Distribution Components) Design, Installation. Commissioning, Smart meters and Maintenance services Automation Solution Providers & Smart grid related services like DRM Network management services <GPS> 17 17
  • 18. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE •There is need to develop localized Saudi manufacturing enterprises •There is need to develop localized Saudi manufacturing enterprises Promote National Promote National which would be able to address most of the equipment requirement which would be able to address most of the equipment requirement Enterprises Enterprises for the power sector in the country for the power sector in the country •Further develop capabilities of local enterprises through focus on •Further develop capabilities of local enterprises through focus on Develop the Develop the training training Capabilities Capabilities •Provide an environment that encourages JV’s – especially those •Provide an environment that encourages JV’s – especially those focused on technology transfer and development of local talent focused on technology transfer and development of local talent •Certified Technical education courses are a must to create a national •Certified Technical education courses are a must to create a national pool of human talent pool of human talent Develop national Develop national human talent •Focus should be on developing courses that are recognized by the •Focus should be on developing courses that are recognized by the human talent Industry, to ensure relevance of training with specific industry Industry, to ensure relevance of training with specific industry requirements requirementsAttract Investment Attract Investment •Saudi Arabia should look at attracting more service providers to set up for Industrial •Saudi Arabia should look at attracting more service providers to set up for Industrial facilities in the country, in view of the large investments in the sector facilities in the country, in view of the large investments in the sectorEquipment Services Equipment Services <GPS> 18 18
  • 19. THANK YOU