Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow

Moscow Energy Sector:
Investment Potential
Vakhtan...
By 2025 the Population and Quality of Life in the Moscow Region will
Increase Significantly
Moscow region population,
mill...
GRP in the Moscow Region will Increase 2.5 Times,
Its Distribution will Change Significantly
GRP per capita,
$1000 per res...
Energy-Output Ratio Indicators of GRP in Major World Cities
Energy consumption per $ 1 of GRP,
kWh / $ 1
0,17

Moscow
Hong...
Electricity Consumption in the Moscow Energy Sector

MW

19000
18000

Peak electricity use was registered on February 13, ...
Energy Generation Capacity by Sources

Imported energy
balance

Other
3,0%
Zagorsk GAES
2,0%

16,8%
Moscow HPPs
65,9%

Sha...
Energy Policy: Key Priorities

Priorities

Development programs

►  Growth in power generating
base, expansion of grid
inf...
Power Generating Capacity Development
million USD
1 000
800
600

692

710

693

240

265

273

2012

2013

2014

601

437
...
Grid Infrastructure Development
million USD
2 400
2 000

551

646
634

1 600
1 200

1 624

800
400

452

540

579
1 646

1...
Energy Efficiency Policy
million USD

1 600

301

279

127

105

120

1 200
800

1 391

1 317

1 333

1 333

1 333

2012

...
New Technological Phase in Energy Sector

Energy Generation

EC
34%

In gas sector – replacing stream power cycle with com...
Moscow Energy System Structure: Key Companies
Federal
Government

Natural monopolies

Moscow
Government

E.ON
51%

54%

80...
Investment Attraction Mechanisms
Competitive Sector

Monopolistic Sector

Additional shares issued in favor of
private inv...
Moscow Energy Sector Perspectives
2030

Vision of Moscow energy
sector 2030
2020

General Scheme of
Energy Supply in
Mosco...
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Address: 13, Tverskaya str., Moscow, 125032
Tel.: +7 (495) 63...
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Presentation was made during the Russia Forum New York 2013 series - “Invest in Moscow: Doing Business in Russia’s Capital” which was held at the Princeton Club of New York on October 28th.

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RFNY2013: Invest In Moscow - Energy Sector

  1. 1. Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow Moscow Energy Sector: Investment Potential Vakhtang Partsvaniya Deputy Head of Foreign Economic Affairs Office Moscow Investment Presentation in New York City, October 28, 2013
  2. 2. By 2025 the Population and Quality of Life in the Moscow Region will Increase Significantly Moscow region population, million people Yaroslav region Tver region 22-26 17,5 The main population growth will come from the Moscow region Moscow region 7,1 Moscow Vladimir oblast 12,2 9-12 13-14 2025 2012 Smolensk region Total housing stock in Moscow region, million square meters 600-800 The availability of housing in the Moscow region will dramatically improve 40-50 м2/res. 430 19 м2/res. Tula region Ryazan region 2012 Increase in 1,5-2 times Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 2025 2
  3. 3. GRP in the Moscow Region will Increase 2.5 Times, Its Distribution will Change Significantly GRP per capita, $1000 per resident Yaroslav region Forecasted GRP of Moscow, $ billion 2025 Moscow region 490 41 19 49 New York London 410 Vladimir oblast 350 40 Paris 2012 43 Smolensk oblast 2018 3% annually 2025 5% annually Forecasted changes in GRP distribution in the Moscow region 2025 2012 Transportation 3% Industry Commercial 29% sector 68% Industry 15% Transportation 3% Commercial sector 82% Ryazan oblast Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 3
  4. 4. Energy-Output Ratio Indicators of GRP in Major World Cities Energy consumption per $ 1 of GRP, kWh / $ 1 0,17 Moscow Hong Kong 0,14 0,1 Toronto 0,09 Paris 0,08 London Tokyo New York Sydney 0,06 0,04 Energy consumption per capita, thousand kWh per resident annually New York 4,3 London 4 Warsaw 3,8 Kiev Sydney Energy-output ratio by GRP in Moscow exceeds that of well-developed cities 6,1 Moscow Paris 0,02 6,8 Tokyo 3,5 1,3 1 Energy consumption in Moscow is comparable to that of well-developed cities Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 4
  5. 5. Electricity Consumption in the Moscow Energy Sector MW 19000 18000 Peak electricity use was registered on February 13, 2012 and reached the point of 17 560 MW at T -25 º C 17000 16000 16181 16200 15000 16617 15827 14000 13000 13670 12846 12000 11000 17560 17223 17112 11880 14230 14588 14755 13846 Peak load 12289 10000 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 5
  6. 6. Energy Generation Capacity by Sources Imported energy balance Other 3,0% Zagorsk GAES 2,0% 16,8% Moscow HPPs 65,9% Shatura GRES-5 3,9% Kashira GRES-4 5,3% Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 6
  7. 7. Energy Policy: Key Priorities Priorities Development programs ►  Growth in power generating base, expansion of grid infrastructure, development of energy retail sector ►  General Scheme of Energy Supply in Moscow by 2020 ►  Energy efficiency and ►  The state program “Energy introduction of energy efficient technologies into the sector Potential for investment projects Saving in Moscow in 2012-2016 and up to 2020” ►  Optimization of management and state regulation in the sector Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow Potential for cooperation 7
  8. 8. Power Generating Capacity Development million USD 1 000 800 600 692 710 693 240 265 273 2012 2013 2014 601 437 443 314 345 369 2015 2016 2017 400 200 0 Modernization and Reconstruction New construction Total 2012-2017: 5.382 billion USD Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 8
  9. 9. Grid Infrastructure Development million USD 2 400 2 000 551 646 634 1 600 1 200 1 624 800 400 452 540 579 1 646 1 069 1 341 1 150 1 299 2016 2017 0 2012 2013 2014 2015 Modernization and Reconstruction New construction Total 2012-2017: 11.531 billion USD Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 9
  10. 10. Energy Efficiency Policy million USD 1 600 301 279 127 105 120 1 200 800 1 391 1 317 1 333 1 333 1 333 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 400 0 Non-Budget Investments Moscow Budget Sources Total 2012-2016: 7.639 billion USD Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 10
  11. 11. New Technological Phase in Energy Sector Energy Generation EC 34% In gas sector – replacing stream power cycle with combined-cycles EC 34% In the coal sector – applying Circulating fluidized Bed Technology and Virtual Valve Technology EC >50% EC 42-46% In the hydropower sector – developing pumped-storage hydro stations and moblie power plants Electrical network is a passive element of the energy system System management through administrative methods Energy Distribution Applying Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS), new energy distribution to the direct covert (DC Converters), technologies, high temperature superconductivity technologies Energy Dispatching Sweeping update of information and information technologies based on SCADA/EMS. Development of three-tiered vertically-integrated dispatch center Creation and maintenance of the electricity market, ancillary services market and balancing market Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow Electrical network are becoming an active part of power system able to change the flow of energy and electricity System management through economically motivating market participants 11
  12. 12. Moscow Energy System Structure: Key Companies Federal Government Natural monopolies Moscow Government E.ON 51% 54% 80% MRSK Holding Gazprom 15% 20% FSK UES 58% 5% 100% RusHydro SO UES INTER RAO UES 54% 51% 13% 75% 78% 100% OGK-4 (GRES-5) Zagorsk GAES 27% Competitive sector Energy generation OGK-6 (GRES-24) 31% 51% Monopolistic sector Energy transmission Mosenergo (15 city HPP) 100% MOESK MES Center OGK-1 (GRES-4) 100% OEK 100% Monopolistic sector Dispatch management Moscow RDA 51% Competitive sector Energy retail Mosenergosbyt Moscow Energy System Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 12
  13. 13. Investment Attraction Mechanisms Competitive Sector Monopolistic Sector Additional shares issued in favor of private investors Additional shared issued in favor of the state Investment guarantee mechanism Proceeds from the state budget Private investments in local projects completion Fees for technical connection to electricity network Most investment mechanisms are the result of energy sector reform as well as the creation of market conditions Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 13
  14. 14. Moscow Energy Sector Perspectives 2030 Vision of Moscow energy sector 2030 2020 General Scheme of Energy Supply in Moscow by 2020 2016 5-year investment programs by energy companies 2012 14 2012 2016 Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow 2020 2030
  15. 15. Department for External Economic and International Relations Address: 13, Tverskaya str., Moscow, 125032 Tel.: +7 (495) 633-68-66 Fax: +7 (495) 633-68-65 www.dvms.mos.ru www.investinmoscow.ru E-mail: dms@dms.mos.ru INVEST IN MOSCOW
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