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Day-4, Mr. Hilal Raza

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Day-4, Mr. Hilal Raza

  1. 1. HILAL A. RAZA DIRECTOR SAARC ENERGY CENTRE INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA 14TH REGULATORS AND POLICY MAKERS RETREAT GOA, INDIA: 1-4 AUGUST 2013
  2. 2. ENERGY POVERTY OF SAARC REGION 514 1788 1695 1243 2391 3536 7051 517 2803 2631 2206 3614 6592 12914 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 Energy Use kgoe/capita/yr Electricity Use kWh/capita/yr
  3. 3.  1.6 billion people  500 million live below $1 per day poverty line  All Countries of South Asia  Oil importing  Energy deficit ENERGY SITUATION OF SOUTH ASIA
  4. 4. COMMERCIAL ENERGY: 606 MTOE Traditional 204 MTOE (25%) Commercial 606 MTOE (75%) Coal Oil Natural gas Hydel 48% 29% 15% 7% 1% TOTAL ENERGY: 810 MTOE (MTOE - Million tonnes of oil equivalent) ENERGY USE IN SOUTH ASIA Nuclear
  5. 5. SAARC ENERGY CENTRE • Established in 2006 at Islamabad to initiate, promote and facilitate cooperation in energy sector of SAARC Member States for the benefit of all • Funded by SAARC Member States and supervised by a Governing Board comprising all Member States • Professional staff selected on merit from Member States • Expert services obtained through outsourcing • International cooperation established with ADB, ASEAN, UN, ESCAP, Japan, US, Germany.
  6. 6. • Initiate, Coordinate and facilitate regional, joint and collective activities on energy in the SAARC region • Provide technical inputs for the SAARC working group on energy, energy ministers’ forum and other SAARC meetings on energy • Help in the integration of regional energy strategies by providing relevant information and expertise • Be a catalyst for the economic growth and development of the South Asia region SEC MANDATE
  7. 7. MAIN PROGRAM AREAS • Energy Efficiency • Renewable Energy • Power and Energy Trade • Laws, Regulations and Policies • Energy Resources Exploitation • Sharing Best Practices • Capacity Building • Energy Data Bank
  8. 8. SAARC ENERGY RING • SAARC ENERGY RING: a Vision given by SAARC Leaders at the 2004 Islamabad Summit • Vision translated into reality by SAARC Energy Centre • Four Inter-Governmental Expert Groups engaged with way forward in: – Oil and Gas – Electricity – Renewable Energy – Technology Transfer (including Coal and Energy Efficiency)
  9. 9. SAARC ENERGY RING – 1. POWER GRID -CASA - TUTAP IN-SL NP-IN-BH-BD-MR IR-AF IR-PK
  10. 10. Pipelines from the west can further be extended to Nepal and Bangladesh SAARC ENERGY RING – 2. GAS GRID Qatar Arabian Sea Myanmar -Bangladesh -India - TAPI - IPI - QPI
  11. 11. STUDIES ON SAARC ENERGY RING • SAARC Regional Energy Trade Study (SRETS) identified four regional or sub-regional trade options: • Power Market • Petroleum Refinery • LNG Terminal • Power Plant • A follow up study on South Asia Regional Power Exchange has identified various opportunities in electricity trade
  12. 12. PLANNED POWER GRID INTERCONNECTIONS Interconnection Capacity (MW) Est. Cost (Million USD) Annual Benefit (Million USD) 1 India-Bhutan 2,100 140-160 1840 2 India-Nepal 1,000 186 105 3 India-Sri Lanka 500 600 186 4 India-Bangladesh 500 192-250 145-389 5 India-Pakistan 250-500 50-150 335-491 6 CASA 1000 1,000 970 906
  13. 13. • SAARC Inter-Governmental Framework Agreement for Regional Cooperation in Energy (Electricity) • Detailed Scenario Analysis on Regional Interconnections • SAARC Electricity Transmission Master Plan NEXT STEPS FOR SAARC ENERGY RING
  14. 14. • International and regional cooperation -- a reality • Investment opportunities of several billion dollars • Business community realizes the benefits of energy cooperation • Improved flow of information across SAARC region • Initiation of energy trade in public and private sectors KEY IMPACTS OF SEC’S INITIATIVES
  15. 15. SAARC ENERGY CENTRE MITIGATING ENERGY POVERTY THROUGH FOSTERING ENERGY COOPERATION WITHIN AND ACROSS SOUTH ASIA FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
  16. 16. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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