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Saudi National Water Company Vision & Projects

  1. 1. SAUDI MEGA TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE CONFERENCE NWC, PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES Eng.Yahya Alyousef, Asset Director Riyadh , 18th September 2013
  2. 2. 2 AGENDA HISTORY MAJOR CHALLENGES HIGHLIGHTS OF KPI RESULTS/ ACHIEVEMENTS BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE / OPPORTUNITIES FACILITIES OFFERED TO NWC CONTRACTORS
  3. 3. 3 THE KINGDOM’S PRIVATIZATION PROGRAM HAS TARGETED THE WATER SECTOR BY INTRODUCING KEY CHANGES FROM 2005 TO 2013, ONWARDS 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 launches 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 15 cities in KSA  Capital Investment exceeded 50 Billion SAR 2012  RFP Launched – Riyadh, Jeddah- Makkah-Taif for business case & transformation of the TSE & O&M BU. Future plan
  4. 4. 4 OVERVIEW OF NEW CITIES TO MANAGED BY NWC PPP Status City Population 000 Daily potable water supply (M3/day) % of KSA total potable water supply% of KSA population Under operationRiyadh 4,900 1,600,000 2919.6 Under operationJeddah 3,480 820,000 1513.9 Under operationMakkah & Taif 2,196 318,000 5.88.8 Will be initiated during next 12 – 18 months Madinah 994 5.14.0 281,000 Dammam & Al Khobar 1,204 528,000 9.64.8 Total (7 cities) 12,774 3,547,492 6451.1 Wave1Wave2Wave3
  5. 5. 5 NWC VISION & MISSION  Vision “ To be a world-class water utility company ”  Mission: “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”
  6. 6. CHALLENGES
  7. 7. 7 2008, SAUDI WATER AND WASTEWATER SECTOR WITH ITS NUMEROUS CHALLENGES Poor Infrastructure  Ageing assets with unplanned interruptions  High levels of leakage  More focus on capital than operational expenditure (maintenance) Shortages in Water Supply  Water rationing due to demand/supply gap  Low water pressure in network  Incomplete network coverage  Suboptimal reliability of distribution  Low collection network coverage  Need to cater for increasing water supply and consumption Limited Sewerage Collection Environmental Issues  High water spillages  No control over industrial effluent  Sub-standard TSE quality  Inadequate sludge disposal practices  High capex requirements to meet water demand, expand sewerage networks and increase treatment capacity  Suboptimal project management High Capital Expenditures Unsatisfactory Customer Service  Complex complaint management  Service not customer oriented  Delays in connecting customers to networks
  8. 8. NWC ACHIEVEMENTS
  9. 9. 9 2012 – KPIS (1 OF 2) Customer Satisfaction Index (%) 2009 +17% 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 2012 +100% 201020092008 2011 Avg. Lead-time to award Capital Projects (Days) 125128 180 2010 2011 -17% 2012 Cum Vol of TSE Agreements and MOUs Signed (m3/day) 436,100405,000 276,000 27,000 201220112009 2010 153%
  10. 10. 10 2012 – KPIS (2 OF 2) Average Time to Install Wastewater Connection (Days) Average Time to Install Water Connection (Days) No. of new WW connections (#) 2023 4760 180 201120102008 2009 -42% 2012 19 24 3030 70 2008 2009 2012 -28% 20112010 50,873 28,426 20,700 40,000 27,600 2008 2009 20122011 +17% 2010 No. of Projects behind Schedule (#) 2 18 27 61 104 20122010 -56% 2009 20112008
  11. 11. 11 6 MONTHS TO EXECUTION OF RIYADH WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM (RWSP) • RWSP was launched on 15th June 2012, RWSP was tasked with increasing water supply for the City of Riyadh by 200,000 m3/day. • This project includes digging 43 new wells, establishing 46 new WTPs, and building storage tanks with capacity 180,000M3 and 6 Filling Stations
  12. 12. 12 5 MONTHS TO CLEAN UP ALNAZZEM LAKE (RCBU) • Lake has been used for approximately 20 years • Received ~20,000 to 30,000 m3/day • The lake area 5.8 Million m2 • More than 200,000 M3 of wastewater. • More than 2 Million m3 of sludge • Mixture of Domestic and Industrial Waste • Lake has been used for approximately 20 years • Received ~20,000 to 30,000 m3/day • The lake area 5.8 Million m2 • More than 2 Million m3 of sludge • Mixture of Domestic and Industrial Waste
  13. 13. 13 3 MONTHS TO CLEAN UP JEDDAH LAKE (JCBU) • Lake has been used for more than 20 years • Received 50,000 m3/day • The lake area 2.5 Million m2 • More than 8 Million m3 of Waste Water • More than 385.00 m3 of Sludge • Mixture of Domestic and Industrial Waste
  14. 14. 14 * Including the ongoing projects CBU’s RCBU JCBU (MTCBU) Makkah Taif Total of Length km House Connections Length km House Connections Length km House Connections Length km House Connections Water Network 13,472 373,315 5,500 185,000 3,270 81,120 920 37,563 * Coverage % 97 90 80 70 Waste Water Network 5,195 222,406 1600 72,709 1700 53,509 790 29,057 * Coverage % 78 70 78 60 2013 – WATER & WASTE WATER COVERAGE AREAS AND NO. OF HOUSE CONNECTIONS:
  15. 15. NWC PROJECTS PORTFOLIO INFORMATION
  16. 16. 16 CBU’s No. Of Ongoing Projects Projects Total Values Billion SR RCBU 138 8.7 JCBU 57 8.3 Makah (MTCBU) 27 1.5 Taif (MTCBU) 21 1.3 Total 243 19.8 2013 –NWC PROJECTS PORTFOLIO INFORMATION :
  17. 17. BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE & CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN
  18. 18. 18 EVOLUTION OF SPV CONCEPT JV Private Partners Local O&M / TSE Pilot Projects National O&M / TSE Portfolio TSE District Cooling Cities O&M Services BusinessGrowth
  19. 19. 19 Evolution of Annual Revenues (2014 vs. 2033) 2014 2033 SAR 31 Million SAR 873 Million 0 SAR 2,264 Million 0 SAR 498 Million SAR 31 Million SAR 3,635 MillionTotal TSE DC O&M DC and O&M are expected to begin in 2015 1 1 1
  20. 20. 20 Estimated Capital Program (2013 – 2017) – SAR 50 Billion City Business Unit CAPEX for 5 Cities (in BSR) Riyadh 18 Jeddah 15.7 Makkah & Taif 10.7 Madinah (Future) 2.8 Dammam/Khobar(Future) 2.8
  21. 21. 21 NWC TOTAL CAPEX REQUIREMENTS FOR 5 MAJOR CITY/GROUPS TOTAL = 50 BILLION SAR (2013-2017) Types of Investments inMillionSAR - 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Water Plants , Wells & Reservoirs Water Mains Water Networks Water House Connections WWTP Wastewater Mains Waste Water Networks Waste Water House Connections 2,308 2,126 2,733 974 2,721 4,737 1,579 947 1,683 1,307 1,144 5 3,399 3,203 4,249 654 1,381 1,181 1,288 746 2,039 2,361 751 966 335 251 251 224 531 643 363 196 395 311 282 169 508 536 451 169 RCBU JCBU MTCBU MCBU DKBU
  22. 22. FACILITIES OFFERED TO NWC CONTRACTORS
  23. 23. 23  ADVANCE PAYMENT UP TO (20%) TO THE CONTRACTORS.  PROFESSIONAL AND COLLABORATIVE APPROACHES WITH CONTRACTORS.  PROFESSIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES  PHASE-1 - CREATION OF NWC-PMM (PROJECT MANAGEMENT MANUALS) WHICH WERE DEVELOPED BY FAITHFUL & GOULD (ATKINS GROUP-UK) BASED ON ONE OF THE BEST PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (PMI), PLUS ISO 9001 (QUALITY MANAGEMENT), 14001(HSE) AND OHSAS 18001.  PHASE-2- APPOINTMENT OF AECOM FOR NWC-PMM PROFESSIONAL IMPLEMENTATION WITHIN NWC, PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS SERVICES AND SUPPORT FOR THE COMPANY MEGA PROJECTS. Facilities offered to Contractors
  24. 24. 24  SUPPORT TO THE CONTRACTORS IN OBTAINING CERTAIN LOCAL RAW MATERIALS LIKE ASPHALT, PIPES ETC.  LOW RISK FIDIC FORM OF CONTRACT.  ASSISTANCE IN GETTING APPROVALS FROM MUNICIPALITIES AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES.  SPEEDY SETTLEMENT OF PAYMENTS. Facilities offered to Contractors
  25. 25. 25  Capital Projects …… Engr. Yaser AlJadawy ( yjeddawi@nwc.com.sa )  TSE Business Unit …… Eng. Montazar Al Mohalhal( mmuhalhal@nwc.com.sa )  O&M Business Unit ……. Eng. Suliman Albusaily ( sbusaili@nwc.com.sa )  Contractor’s Qualification …. Eng. Abdullmajed Alzannan ( aalzannan@nwc.com.sa )  Eng. Yahya Alyousef (yyousef@nwc.com.sa)  NWC web site (nwc.com.sa) Contact PERSONS
  26. 26. THANK YOU!

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