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Sustaining energy performance

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Sustaining energy performance

  1. 1. KBC/Petronas Technology Session and Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Confidential Information Sustaining Energy Performance Groupwide MTaufikMokhtar Confidential
  2. 2. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Overview of Presentation • Background and Current Landscape • PETRONAS Energy Journey • Energy Target and Roadmap  Learning from one of the OPUs - Key Success Factors • Collaboration Areas for Improvement of Energy Performance • Sustaining Energy Performance Groupwide Confidential
  3. 3. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 BackgroundandCurrentLandscape Open
  4. 4. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Energy is embedded in Cost of Operation 4 • With lower margin, Downstream is placing stronger emphasis to reduce Cost of Operations (i.e. increase the efficiency). Savings achieved through energy efficiency improvement will directly translate into plant bottomline Cost of Feed Cost of Operations Revenue Earnings* * Ebitda Cost of Feed Cost of Operations Revenue Earnings* Upstream Downstream Plant Focus Throughpu Plant Focus Throughput Efficiency Energy cost may contribute up to 80% of Cost of Operations THROUGHPUT Efficiency THROUGHPUT EFFICIENCY
  5. 5. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 List of Challenges… Confidential Uncertainty in Crude Oil Prices Rising Energy Cost Volume Expansion – SAMUR, RAPID New Regulations – Euro 5 Aging Assets Sustaining Energy Mgmt System
  6. 6. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Crude OilPricesOver 10Years Confidential
  7. 7. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Energy Pricesteadilyrisingdrives EnergyPerformance Confidential • Energy Price has increased by more than 100% since 2002 • With increase of operating cost, PETRONAS are forced to ensure existing facilities are running safely, reliably, and efficiently • Most PETRONAS OPUs generate own power from internal COGEN or Centralized Utility Facilities owned by PETRONAS Source: Suruhanjaya Tenaga Malaysia and Gas Malaysia
  8. 8. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 PETRONASEnergyJourney Open
  9. 9. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 2011 Change of focus by Business Unit to Reliability and Asset Integrity GTS restructuring and ELMS section dissolved. Governance roles taken up by GHSE and DOD  GTS provides services on Energy Consulting PETRONAS EnergyJourneycontinuesdespitechangesinOrganizationalStructure MILESTONE 2005 Energy Mgmt team was formed in GTS 2008 Achieved cost saving of RM187 Mil Q1 2010  PETRONAS Restructuring Nov 2010  Governance roles and technical services for Downstream OPUs remain at GTS, ELMS section.  Upstream roles taken up by SWAT/UTS 2012  Corporate Sustainability Council (CSC) direction on plant energy performance target.  ELMS 2.0 rejuvenation by GOE/ DOD 2013/14  GOE operationalized  ELMS 2.0 adoption to Downstream and G&P OPUs 2003 Embark on Corporate Energy Reduction (5% reduction) 2015/2017 • CACTUS Project • GOE dissolved • ELMS governance by DBE and business units Confidential
  10. 10. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 EnergyTarget&Roadmap Open
  11. 11. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 PETRONASEnergy Targetis to achieve EI of 100 by 2020. Confidential OPU specific targets • Melaka Refinery: Reduction of EII by 5 points • MLNG: Improvement of Plant Thermal Efficiency by 1% EI = 𝐴𝑐𝑡𝑢𝑎𝑙 𝑆𝑝𝑒𝑐𝑖𝑓𝑖𝑐 𝐸𝑛𝑒𝑟𝑔𝑦 𝐷𝑒𝑠𝑖𝑔𝑛 𝑜𝑟 𝐵𝑒𝑠𝑡 𝐴𝑐ℎ𝑖𝑒𝑣𝑒𝑑 𝑆𝑝𝑒𝑐𝑖𝑓𝑖𝑐 𝐸𝑛𝑒𝑟𝑔𝑦 Supported by ELMS v2.0
  12. 12. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Case Study 1: OPUA: Sustained Energy Performance Confidential Plant Wide Energy Assessment Value Improvement Program (Plant A) (2009) • Identified potential for Energy improvement Flare Reduction And Recovery Strategic Energy Review (2010) • Flare Reduction and Recovery (FRR) Value Identified: RM 20 Mil/yr (Operational) • Strategic Energy Review (SER) Value Identified: RM 48 Mil/yr • Value Realised from FRR & SER: 10 Mil/yr Major Gas Recovery Feasibility Study (2011) • Identified project from FRR study • Potential of >RM100 Mil/yr • Commissioned in 2017. Currently in Operation FGRU Project FEL/1 Study (2014) GT Improvement (2016) • FGRU Potential of > RM 50 Mil/yr • GT Improvement >RM 100 Mil/yr Key Success Criteria for continuity: • Dedicated ELMS team at OPU • ELMS Roadmap and implementation plan • Initiatives – both CAPEX and OPEX FRR and SER (2018) • New Baseline
  13. 13. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 CollaborationAreasforImprovementofEnergy Performance Open
  14. 14. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Systematic Energy Approach GTS supports the PETRONAS by providing consultancy services Confidential Development and Application of General and Site Specific Energy Standard Practices : PEPSTAR Development and Delivery of Training Materials : Energy Improvement Energy Monitoring • Energy Baseline • Compliance to ELMS v2.0  Energy Index  Plant Balances Energy Solutions • Meet local and int. energy legislations • Improve system/eqpt eff • Minimise waste and losses • Use of state-of-the-art processes and eqpt technology for enhanced processing eff. GHG Solutions • Flare reduction assessment and continuous improvement • Design and operating compliance • Flare Recovery Technology
  15. 15. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 GTS/KBC Collaboration has helped to deliver value for PETRONAS • Technology Transfer via Strategic Alliance • Simulation Tools  PetroSIM (and associated reactor packages), ProSteam, Supertarget • Identification of Opportunities for Improvement  Gap Analysis • Optimisation Methodology and Practices  Profit Improvement Program  Value Improvement Program - GPK,GPS, MLNG TIGA, MTBE/PDH, EMSB  Pinch Study • Benchmarking Confidential
  16. 16. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 SustainingEnergyPerformanceGroupwide Open
  17. 17. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Sustaining Energy Performance requires focus effort at all level • Sustain Energy Management System – ELMS 2.0 • Establish specific energy target and roadmap for individual OPUs • Standardization of Tools • Expansion of PETRONAS Energy Practices & Standards • Institution of Specific Roles to focus on Energy within the PETRONAS fraternity – Energy TP  Skill sets reside with individual vs organization  Specific training – tools, methodology, technology Confidential
  18. 18. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Sustaining Energy Performance requires focus effort at all level • Leverage on CoP to drive Energy Improvement Groupwide • Leverage on partner’s (eg: KBC) experience in specific areas • Exposure to Technology Advancements Confidential
  19. 19. KBC/Petronas Technology Session & Round Table Workshop Proprietary Information 16-17th January 2018 Thank you 19Confidential

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