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  1. 1. Empowering the Middle East How to meet the Future Energy Demand? Floris Schulze CESI Middle East June 25 2012
  2. 2. CONTENT• Developments in Pictures• Developments in Figures• How to meet Future Energy Demand?• Closing Remarks
  3. 3. Developments in Pictures
  4. 4. Developments in Pictures
  5. 5. Developments in Pictures
  6. 6. Developments in Pictures
  7. 7. Developments in Pictures
  8. 8. Developments in Figures Each person in GCC consumes almost 4 times more electricity compared to each person in Europe Yearly increase in consumption is estimated 10% in some countries GCC Transmission losses around 10% / 8.2% global / 6% EU & US Significant reduction of gas reserves to be expectedSource Deloitte and MEED
  9. 9. Developments in Figures
  10. 10. How to meet Future Energy Demand?GCC will spend over $180 billion on new energy projects! ON:  Planning & Road mapping  Effective deployment of GCC interconnection grid  Improvement efficiency existing assets  New capacity based on conventional generation  New capacity based on Nuclear  Renewable energy  Waste to Energy  Demand side management  Smart Grids and Smart Metering
  11. 11. How to meet Future Energy Demand?Planning and Road mapping to spend money wisely Consultancy Study of the Electrical Interconnection, Energy Security and Energy Trade Between the Arab Countries In association with
  12. 12. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Effective deployment of GCC Grid Al Fadhili 400 KV Substation - Back-bone for Energy Security and Energy Exchange - Promoting regional trade - Part of Global Interconnection
  13. 13. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Effective deployment of GCC Grid Egypt - KSA
  14. 14. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Effective deployment of GCC Grid Yemen - KSA
  15. 15. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Effective deployment of GCC Grid Dubai - Iran
  16. 16. How to meet Future Energy Demand?New & Ageing Assets need Asset&Maintenance Management
  17. 17. How to meet Future Energy Demand?New & Ageing Assets need Asset&Maintenance Management 2019 2015 2012 Source L.R.S
  18. 18. How to meet Future Energy Demand?New & Ageing Assets need Asset&Maintenance Management - To increase capacity of existing assets - To integrate, manage and maintain new assets - Related to Generation, Transmission and Distribution - HSE How: - Soft- & Hardware - Internal procedures and processes - Training and Education of Management and Operations - Embedded in the utilities organizations - Decision making under uncertainties - Spare part Logistics, administration and alignment - PAS 55 (Public Available Specification British Standards Institution)
  19. 19. How to meet Future Energy Demand?New Capacity based on Conventional & Nuclear Generation UAE: - Spearheaded by the $20bn nuclear power - 20 projects worth $34.2bn KSA: - $100bn KA-CARE - 15 projects worth $9bn currently underway Qatar: - 8 power and water facilities worth $4.8bn Kuwait: - 17 projects valued at $4bn Bahrain: - 4 projects valued at $4.2bn Oman: - 3 projects valued at $2.9bn
  20. 20. How to meet Future Energy Demand? New Capacity based on RES Generation MEW Kuwait: Qatar Solar Technologies: - 10% Green Energy target 2020 - $1 billion Polysilicon plant - WC2022King Abdullah City, KA-CARE KSA:- $100 billion reserved for clean energy developments- Target of 5GW generation by solar- 10% Green Energy target 2020 EU Investors, Oman: Masdar UAE: - 400 MW Solar capacity - Noor 100 MW PV Plant - Shams 100 MW CSP - Subsidies for homeowners solar panels up to total of 500MW
  21. 21. How to meet Future Energy Demand?New Capacity based on RES GenerationTunisia Morocco Jordan
  22. 22. How to meet Future Energy Demand?Smart Grids and Smart Metering Developments & Initiatives Main developments: - Exploration phase - Road maps being defined - Pilot studies being prepared and executed - Country specific opinions, definitions and developments “A digital meter enabling two way communication is smart enough”
  23. 23. How to meet Future Energy Demand?Smart Grids and Smart Metering Developments & Initiatives UAE Regulations - Green Building Regulation enables dynamic participation - Need for diversification of energy mix - Energy Strategy Initiative - Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency studies - Corporate Sustainability - Establishment of Dubai Supreme Council of Energy Initiatives - Abu Dhabi Planned smart grid infrastructure with up to 1.2 million smart meters and substation monitoring and control systems - Dubai planned first phase IMS project installing 20,000 Meters and up scaling to 5 million metering points.
  24. 24. How to meet Future Energy Demand?Smart Grids and Smart Metering Developments & Initiatives KSA Regulations - Need for diversification of energy mix - Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency studies - Electricity Industry Restructuring Plan (EIRP) Initiatives - Strategic plan for the deployment of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Smart Meters, Network Communications, ICT technologies and concept of Smart Grids.
  25. 25. How to meet Future Energy Demand?Smart Grids and Smart Metering Developments & Initiatives A stepwise approach: 1. Assessment of current situation 2. Review International Best Practices 3. Determine Costs and Benefits 4. Development of Strategy and Road map for implementation 5. Develop, propose, amend technical standards, measures, technologies, infrastructure and regulatory framework 6. Define a pre-list of initiatives (economical and technical) 7. Quick wins and short term implementation 8. Long term implementation plan 9. Evaluation, innovation, adjustment and optimization
  26. 26. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Quality Assurance and Control (QA&QC)Testing, Certification and Inspections according to internationalstandards and Best Practices- Laboratories to test and certify manufactured goods on LV, MV, HV, HP and RES generation- Related to Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Processes- Inspection of existing Infrastructure
  27. 27. How to meet Future Energy Demand? Quality Assurance and Control (QA&QC)Independent and Internationally recognized Notified Bodieslike CESI are essential to ensure adequate spending andQA&QC in the Middle East
  28. 28. Closing Remarks Highly attractive and dynamic energy market Growth in Economy and Population Yearly increase in consumption is estimated 10% in some countries GCC will have to double capacity by 2019 Shortages of Gas reserves will increase the development of alternative energy sources and clean energy mechanisms Unprecedented Investment Programmes to meet future demand
  29. 29. Thank you for your Attention!

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