Mongolia's Expected Power Requirements until 2015 - Oxford Business Group
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Mongolia's Expected Power Requirements until 2015 - Oxford Business Group

on

  • 420 views

Mongolia’s expected power requirements until 2015...

Mongolia’s expected power requirements until 2015
Paulius Kuncinas, Ulaanbaatar, May 24th, 2012

Opportunities for upgrading Mongolia’s existing power plants
Plans for introducing new power plants within the near future.
Introducing new technologies to Mongolian power plants e.g. air cooled power plants –
Will these be to the country’s advantage?

Statistics

Views

Total Views
420
Views on SlideShare
413
Embed Views
7

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

1 Embed 7

http://www.linkedin.com 7

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Mongolia's Expected Power Requirements until 2015 - Oxford Business Group Mongolia's Expected Power Requirements until 2015 - Oxford Business Group Presentation Transcript

    • Mongolia’s expected power requirements until 2015 New Approach Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    • Paulius KuncinasRegional Editor, AsiaOxford Business Group Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    • Key Themes: •Opportunities for upgrading Mongolia’s existing power plants •Plans for introducing new power plants within the near future •Introducing new technologies to Mongolian power plants •Air cooled power plants Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  Main Sources of Demand: Rapid Urbanization - Ulaanbaatar Mining Sector – Oyu Tolgoy New Industries Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  80% TPPs, 12% imports, 2.5% hydro Soviet Design State Dominated CES 95% of the 814-MW Last Greenfield in 1991 Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •   Available Capacity (MW) TPP2 17.6 814MW vs 614.3 available TPP3 105.1 TPP4 432 Unerpowered & Underinvested Darkhan 38.6 Last Investment in 1991 Erdenet 21     Total 614.3 Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  CES - 95% of 814-MW CES - 220KV line to Russia 100% Coal-fired Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  TPPs account for 85% of domestic consumption of coal Tariffs set below market price Tariff for sale to the TPPs is $14.04 vs $ 17 production cost Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  Upgrading Existing TPPs New TPPs Renewables Nuclear Energy Efficiency Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  Open Minded Policy Makers Focus on Clean Coal Air Cooling & Water Management Energy Efficiency Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  Establish supply to every settlement 220MW Hydro on the Egiin River TPP 5, w 450-MW electricity and 587-MW thermal capacity Nuclear remains an option Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    •  Technological Leapfrog Engage Policy Makers Superior Investment Opportunity Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE
    • THANK YOU! Oxford Business Group THE INSIDE EDGE