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Dept. of Energy presentation to JFC

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Energy Sec. Jose Rene D. Almendras was the keynote speaker at the April 23, 2012 Energy Forum hosted by the Joint Foreign Chambers. He discussed in detail the Philippines' diversified energy mix and …

Energy Sec. Jose Rene D. Almendras was the keynote speaker at the April 23, 2012 Energy Forum hosted by the Joint Foreign Chambers. He discussed in detail the Philippines' diversified energy mix and the development plans for energy resources. One of the highlights of his presentation involved a summary of the power situation for Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao as of April 2012.

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  • 1. SEC. JOSE RENE D. ALMENDRASDepartment of Energy
  • 2. Diversified Energy Mix 2010 Primary Energy Mix Total Energy = 40.73 MTOE Biomass 13.1%* Oil Shares 36.4% Self-Sufficiency = 57.5%Geothermal Green Energy = 46.3% 21.0% RE = 38.9% Biomass Breakdown Industry = 27% Residential = 67% Hydro Commercial = 6% 4.8% Coal NatGas 17.3% 7.4% Note: a) Wind and Solar contribute 0.001% with total capacity of 39 MW
  • 3. Diversified Energy Mix2010 Power Generation Fuel MixBiomass Solar and 0.05% Oil Wind 7.52% 0.05% Total Energy = 19.81 MTOE Shares Coal 25.69% Self-sufficiency = 66.8% Green Energy = 66.8% RE = 53.0% Geothermal 43.11% Natural Gas Hydro 13.78% 9.79%
  • 4. Diversified Energy Mix 2010 Power Generation Mix Solar Biomass 0.002% Wind Hydro 0.04% Total Generation = 67,743 GWh 11.52% 0.09% Coal Geothermal 34.40% Shares 14.66% Self-sufficiency = 62.9% Green Energy = 55.1 % RE = 26.3% Natural Gas Oil Based 28.81% 10.48% Gross Generatiopn = 67,743 GWhNote: Generation data includes grid connected, embedded, and off-grid generators
  • 5. Energy Resource Development
  • 6. a. Fossil Fuel Oil and Gas Exploration
  • 7. b. Renewable Energy
  • 8. c. Liquified Natural Gas
  • 9. On-going Challenge of Hydro Carbons
  • 10. Oil/Hydro Carbons Global oil demand is expected to rise to 89.9 mb/d as economic growth accelerates through end-2012; Non-OPEC supply fell in March to 52.7 mb/d. For the remaining months, supply is expected to grow to 53.4 mb/d March OPEC supply held near 3 ½ year highs, up by 135 kb/d to 31.43 mb/d
  • 11. Fuelling Sustainable Transport ProgramCompressed Natural Gas Electric Tricycle (E-trike) (CNG)
  • 12. Energy Efficiencyand Conservation
  • 13. Electricity
  • 14. Ave. Spot Price:2010 – P6.752011 – P4.602012 – P5.08 (March 2012)
  • 15. Power Situation April 2012
  • 16. Spot Peak Market Reserve Margin RequirementMW Intermediate Bilateral Base-load Contract TIME OF DAY
  • 17. Capacity Mix LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO Installed Capacity Installed Capacity Installed Capacity = 11,869 MW = 2,393 MW = 1,971 MW BASELOAD BASELOAD BASELOAD POWER PLANTS: POWER PLANTS: POWER PLANTS: 63.94% 71.88% 37.31%Note:• Base-load Power Plants are the facilities used to meet some or all of a given continuous energy demand, and produce energy at a constant rate, usually at low cost relative to other facilities available to the system
  • 18. 2012 Max Peak Min Capacity Max Capacity = 7,463 MW = 7,592 MW = 9,127 MW Required Reserve Margin 2012 Min Peak = 5847 MWLegend: Geothermal Hydro 2012 System Peak Demand Coal Oil-based Required Reserve Margin NatgasSource: DOR & DOH of NGCP
  • 19. 2012 Max Peak Max Capacity = 1,423 MW = 1,843 MW Min Capacity Required Reserve = 1,545 MW Margin 2012 Min Peak = 1,205 MWLegend: Geothermal Hydro 2012 System Peak Demand Coal Oil-based Required Reserve MarginSource: DOR & DOH of NGCP
  • 20. Min Capacity Required Reserve 2012 Curtailed Demand Max Capacity = 1,097 MW Margin = 1,219 MW = 1,287 MW 2011 Min Demand = 1,034 MWLegend: 2012 Curtailed Demand Geothermal Hydro Coal Oil-based Required Reserve MarginSource: DOR & DOH of NGCP
  • 21. Power Supply-Demand SituationPower Supply and Demand LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAOAvailable Capacity 9,127 1,843 1,280Peak Demand* 7,346 1,423 1,300Surplus/(Deficit) 1,781 420 (20)Required Reserve Margin 1,588 257 150Peak Demand + Reserve 8,934 1,680 1,450MarginSurplus/(Deficit) @ Demand 193 163 (170)+ Reserve Margin Pulangi after 100 repair Embedded 74 GenerationNotes:• Source of data, NGCP Daily Operation Report• * Actual System Peak Demand for the Month of March 2012 for Luzon-Visayas Grid• * Projected System Peak Demand for the Month of March 2012 for Mindanao Grid
  • 22. SEC. JOSE RENE D. ALMENDRASDepartment of Energy