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  • Power Generation And Demand in Bangladesh Presented by: Shainan Rashid Bhuiyan (11.02.08.007) Galib Abdul Ghani (11.02.08.012) Mahiul Zamil Soon (11.02.08.052)
  • Outline  History of power Generation in Bangladesh.  Sources of Power in Bangladesh .  Generaion of Power in Bangladesh .  Demand of Power.  Statistics with relative to demand and generation.  Future Plans.
  • Source: Dhaka Power Distribution Company limited Source link: http://www.dpdc.org.bd/dpdc/history.php# History of Electricity Generation and Distribution in Bangladesh  Nawab of Dhaka installed a small generation in Ahsan Monjil at 5pm on 7th of December in 1901.  In 1930 M/S. DEVCO, a subsidiary of M/S. Octavians Steel Company, developed electricity distribution system at 400V level under complete private ownership .  In 1933 a power generation station named Dhanmondi Power House was established with two 1500 KW generators. The history of creation of Bangladesh Power Development Board(BPDB)
  • History of Electricity Generation and Distribution in Bangladesh  After partition in 1947 only 17 districts were limited to the township areas only for a limited time(i.e. For use during night time only) except Dhaka.  In aggregate, the generation capacity of this region was about 21 MW at that time.  In 1959 East Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority(EPWAPDA) was established to look after generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity thought the East Pakistan.  After the independence of Bangladesh in 1972 Bangladesh Power Development Board(BPDB) was created to look after the same function.  The Dhaka Electric Supply Authority (DESA) was promulgated by the President in 1990. Source: Dhaka Power Distribution Company limited Source link: http://www.dpdc.org.bd/dpdc/history.php#
  • Source: wikipedia Sources of Energy in Bangladesh Non Commercial Sources of Energy  Wood Fuel.  Animal Waste.  Crop residues Commercial Sources of Energy  Natural Gas.  Small residues of Oil and Coal.  Renewable Energy.
  • Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_Bangladesh http://www.textiletoday.com.bd/magazine/printable.php?id=527 Natural Gas  66% of the total power transmission in Bangladesh is covered by Natural Gas.  As of 2011, 79 natural gas wells are present in the 23 operational gas fields which produce over 2000 millions of cubic feet of gas per day (MMCFD).  Till now 23 gas fieds are located of whicth two of the gas fiels are located in offshore area.  Currently gas is being produced from 18 gas fields (79 gas wells).
  • 40% 17% 15% 11% 11% 5% 1% Usage of Natural Gas in different sectors Power Pland Feedstock Industries Captive power Domestic and Household usage Fertilizers Compressed Natural Gas(CNG) Other commercial and agricultural usage
  • Coal and Mining  Coal reserves of 3.3 billion tons.  Till now discovered 2800MMTPA capacity extractable high quality bituminous coal in 5 coalmines in about 100 SqKm in the north-western part of Bangladesh  The name of these deposits are-Barapukuria, Phulbari and Dighipara coal field in Dinajpur district, Khalashpir in Rangpur district and Jamalganj in Joypurhat district. Financial Year Roadway Development(Meter) Total Production(MT) Upto June 2004 -- 91,037.761 2004-2005 -- 87,142.843 2005-2006 972.84 3,03,015.923 2006-2007 2,579.70 3,88,376.474 2007-2008 4,551.60 6,77,097.701 2008-2009 2,826.14 8,27,845.074 2009-2010 2,253.20 7,04,567.760 2010-2011 2,506.70 6,66,635.390 2011-2012 4,587.10 8,61,071.650 Total = 20,277.28 46,06,790.580
  • Other energy resources  Bangladesh has 15 MW solar energy capacity through rural households and 1.9 MW wind power in kutubdia and Feni.  Among renewable source there are: i. Petroleum Product ii. Biogas iii. Solar iv. Bio-diesel Renewable Energy
  • Bangladesh Power Sector Generation Capacity : 8525 MW Present Demand : 7500 MW Present Generation : 5600-6350 MW Highest Generation : 6350 MW ( August 04, 2012) Per Capita Generation : 292 kWh Transmission line : 8949 KM Distribution Line : 2,81,123 KM Total consumers : 13.99 Million Access to Electricity : 60% Electricity Growth : 12 % (Since 2011) Source: http://www.powerdivision.gov.bd/user/brec/104/110
  • Demand of Power  40 % of the population are deprived of Electricity.  Approximately 1,600 MW of Power generation is lacking regularly.  Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) is demanded around 0.1 million tons.  The nation furthermore demands 3.5 million tons of oil imports in additional to almost 2 million diesel oil based power plants build around the country.  The additional petroleum & coal imports are causing a disruption in the GDP by as much as 2% annually.
  • Present Generation Capacity (MW) as on December, 2012. Public Sector Generation Capacity (MW) BPDB 3700 APSCL 682 EGCB 210 NWPGCL 150 RPCL 52 Subtotal 4794(56%) Private Sector IPPs 1297 SIPPs(BPDB) 99 SIPPs(REB) 226 15 YR. Rental 169 3/5 YR. Rental 558 Quick Rental 1382 Subtotal 3731(44%) TOTAL 8525
  • Future Plans  The Ministry of Power and Energy has been mobilizing Tk. 40,000 crore ($5.88 billion) to generate 5,000 MW of electricity to reduce load shedding into a tolerable level within next four and half years .  The PDB would hire furnace-oil based 1,000MW of electricity from private sector.  The government would install furnace-oil based 800 MW capacity of power plant.  The government is trying is level best to improve the coal and mining sector to use it more to reduce the wanting level. The Future of Power Sector in brief New Generation Target by 2030 Fuel Type Capacity (MW) Domestic Coal 9850 Imported Coal 7800 Natural Gas/ LNG 8956 Cross-Border Power 3500 Liquid Fuel 3428 Renewable Energy 2000 Hydro 500 Total 36034
  • Source: http://www.bpdb.gov.bd/bpdb/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5&Itemid=6
  • Source: http://www.bpdb.gov.bd/bpdb/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5&Itemid=6
  • References  www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_sector_in_Bangladesh  www.powerdivision.gov.bd  www.dpdc.gov.bd  www.nwpgcl.org.bd  www.janaojana.com  www.powerdivision.gov.bd  www.bpdb.gov.bd  www.bcmcl.org.bd  www. coalexpert.blogspot.com  www.powerdivision.gov.bd  www.emrd.gov.bd For more information you can visit the following links:
  • Thank You Any Questions