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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

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