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25th Annual 
Global Power Markets 
Conference 
Brave New World 
Preparing for a Post-Carbon Future 
April 11 – 13, 2010 
L...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
US Climate change/energy bills 
Bill Number Sponsor(s) Cap & trade Status Comm...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Climate Hot Air Index 
250 
200 
150 
100 
50 
0 
105th 
(1997-98) 
106th 
(19...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Electricity demand 
three year rolling average % growth 
12 
10 
8 
6 
4 
2 
0...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Spot on-peak power prices 
300 
250 
200 
150 
100 
50 
0 
3/3/2008 
5/3/2008 ...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Recipients of cash grants in lieu of PTCs under the ARRA 
total awards as of A...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Federal loan guarantee commitments 
• Kahuku Wind Power, $117 million, wind fa...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Power plants under construction in the US, by fuel 
7,000 
6,000 
5,000 
4,000...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Power plants in development, by fuel 
18,000 
16,000 
14,000 
12,000 
10,000 
...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Brave new technologies 
• Smart grid technologies 
• Demand side management an...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
David Crane, 
President, Chief Executive Officer
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
12 
South Central 
Western 
Northeast 
Texas 
Combined Scale1 
Gas 
2,130MW 
9...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
13 
Platt’s 2007 Recipient of Energy Company and Industry Leader of the Year 
...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
14 
Fossil fuels go to the customer, customers need to go to Renewables 
Resou...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Jack A. Fusco , 
Pre side nt, Chie f Exe cutive Office r
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Southeast 
6,104 MW 
25% 
North 
3,350 MW 
14% 
West 
7,854 MW 
31% Texas 
7,4...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Calpine is the nation’s largest baseload renewable, natural gas 
Calpine is th...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Trend Impact on 
CCTG Fleet 
Calpine: Calpine: P Poossititioionneedd f foorr t...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Michael G. Morris, 
Chairman, President and CEO
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Serving 5.2 million 
customers in 11 states 
2009 Earnings Contribution 
Colum...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
SSPPPP EERRCCOOTT PPJJMM PPJJMM//MMIISSOO 
Prairie Wind COD: 2013-14 
 110 mi...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Renewables Portfolio* 
Wind 
PSO – 5 PPAs 591 MW 
SWEPCo – 1 PPA 79 MW 
APCo –...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
Zin Smati, 
President, Chief Executive Officer
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
24 
EE uu rr oo pp ee 
RReevveennuuee:: €€6688..66 bbnn 
118811,,992200 eemmpp...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
25 
Current Fuel Mix 
Power Generation 
Coal 
12% 
Gas 
67% 
Renewable 
21% 
N...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
26 
How Is GDF SUEZ Positioning Itself 
in North America for the Future? 
Buy ...
Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 
27 
25th Annual 
Global Power Markets Conference 
Questions? 
Brave New World ...
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Preparing for a post carbon future

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Preparing for a post carbon future

  1. 1. 25th Annual Global Power Markets Conference Brave New World Preparing for a Post-Carbon Future April 11 – 13, 2010 Las Vegas, Nevada Peter Maloney Chief Editor, Platts Global Power Report
  2. 2. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table US Climate change/energy bills Bill Number Sponsor(s) Cap & trade Status Comment American Clean Energy and passed out of Security Act H.B. 2454 Waxman-Markey yes House June 26 Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act S. 1733 Kerry-Boxer yes passed out of Env. & Pub. Works Comit. Nov. 5 Dept. of Ag. Handles offsets American Clean Energy Leadership S. 1462 Bingaman no passed by Energy & Nat. Res. Comit. June 17 energy only Clean Energy Partnerships Act S. 2729 Stabebnow no referred to Sen. Env. & Pub. Works Comit. outline for offsets Clean Energy Act S. 2776 Alexander-Webb no introduced Nov. 1, 2009 nuclear power, loan guarantees Carbon Limits and Energy for American's Renewal Act S. 2877 Cantwell-Collins no introduced Dec.1, 2009; referred to finance committee cap and dividend draft na Kerry-Graham- Liebermann unknown draft
  3. 3. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Climate Hot Air Index 250 200 150 100 50 0 105th (1997-98) 106th (1999-00) 107th (2001-02) 108th (2003-04) 109th (2005-06) 110th (2007-08) Congress legislative initiatives
  4. 4. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Electricity demand three year rolling average % growth 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 -2 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 Source: Energy Information Administration Period Annual growth 1950s 9.8 1960s 7.3 1970s 4.7 1980s 2.9 1990s 2.4 2000-2008 0.9 2008-2035 1.0
  5. 5. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Spot on-peak power prices 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 3/3/2008 5/3/2008 7/3/2008 9/3/2008 1/3/2009 3/3/2009 5/3/2009 7/3/2009 9/3/2009 11/3/2008 11/3/2009 1/3/2010 $/MW-month Mass Hub PJM Western Hub NI Hub Into Southern SP15 Spot natural gas prices 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 3/3/2008 5/3/2008 7/3/2008 9/3/2008 1/3/2009 3/3/2009 5/3/2009 7/3/2009 9/3/2009 11/3/2008 11/3/2009 1/3/2010 $MMBtu Algonquin Columbia Gas App SoCal Gas Chicago Transco Zone-3 A double whammy on pricing
  6. 6. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Recipients of cash grants in lieu of PTCs under the ARRA total awards as of April 2010, $3 billion • Acciona • AES Corp. • Cannon Power • enXco • E.ON • Eurus • EverPower • First Wind • Heritage Sustainable Energy • Horizon Wind Energy • Iberdrola • Invenergy • John Deere • NaturEner • Next Era Energy Resources • Puget Sound Energy • Valero
  7. 7. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Federal loan guarantee commitments • Kahuku Wind Power, $117 million, wind farm • SAGE Electrochromics, $72 million, energy efficient window factory • BrightSource Energy, $1.4 billion, solar power project • Vogtle (Georgia Power, Oglethorpe Power, Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia, Dalton, Ga. ), $8.3 billion, two nuclear power units • Solyndra, $535 million, cylindrical solar PV panel factory • Beacon Power, $43 million, flywheel energy storage plant • Nordic Windpower, $16 million, wind turbine assembly factory • Red River Environmental Products, $245 million, activated carbon factory • Ford Motor, $5.9 billion, more fuel efficient cars • Nissan, $1.4 billion, electric cars and battery packs • Tesla Motors, $465 million, battery packs and electric drive trains • Fisker Automotive, $528.7 million, plug-in hybrid vehicles
  8. 8. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Power plants under construction in the US, by fuel 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 MW COAL Natural Gas Nuclear Solar WIND
  9. 9. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Power plants in development, by fuel 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 MW COAL Natural Gas Nuclear SOLAR WIND
  10. 10. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Brave new technologies • Smart grid technologies • Demand side management and energy efficiency • New solar panels and solar cells • Carbon capture and storage • Flywheel storage • Battery storage • Electric vehicles • Hybrid vehicles
  11. 11. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table David Crane, President, Chief Executive Officer
  12. 12. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 12 South Central Western Northeast Texas Combined Scale1 Gas 2,130MW 99% Oil 3,715 MW 53% Gas 1,430 MW 20% Coal 1,870 MW 27% Coal 7,560 MW 32% Oil 3,715 MW 16% Nuclear 1,175 MW 5% 4,180 MW Wind 345 MW 3% Nuclear 1,175 MW 10% Coal Gas 37% 5,640 MW 50% 1 Includes 115 MW as part of NRG’s Thermal assets. For combined scale, approximately 2,095 MW is dual-fuel capable. Reflects only domestic generation capacity as of December 31, 2009 Gas 10,660 MW Renewables 45% 365 MW 2% Solar 20 MW <1% Coal 1,495 MW 52% Gas 1,355 MW 48%
  13. 13. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 13 Platt’s 2007 Recipient of Energy Company and Industry Leader of the Year Fuel Supply Fortune 500– Ranked 12th Fastest Growing Company (2009) Fortune 500– Ranked in top 10% for “Best Investment” (2008) NRG: The center of the power industry value chain. Fuel Transportation NRG Power Generation Reliant Energy Transmission Distribution Retail (Customer) • Oil, gas, coal companies • Common carriers: Pipelines, Trains, Ships • Investor and Government Owned Utilities • Merchant Generator (NRG, etc.) • From Generator to Distribution substation • From Distribution substation to home or business • Residential, commercial, and industrial NRG US Wholesale generation totaling 23,475 MW (1) • 10,660 MW gas • 7,560 MW coal • 3,715 MW oil • 1,175 MW nuclear • 365 MW renewables (1) MW data as of December 31, 2009 Listed: NYSE (NRG) Market Cap.: ~$6 billion; Employees: ~4,300 Generating Assets: ~23,500 MW, primarily in four domestic regions
  14. 14. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 14 Fossil fuels go to the customer, customers need to go to Renewables Resource Dark=Higher Light=Lower Renewables are: • Smaller • Broader • More local • Situationally dependent Wind Wind, Solar Distributed MAB1 Biomass CHP Plasma Biomass Corridor Regional Centers of Excellence Solar PV Solar CSP
  15. 15. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Jack A. Fusco , Pre side nt, Chie f Exe cutive Office r
  16. 16. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Southeast 6,104 MW 25% North 3,350 MW 14% West 7,854 MW 31% Texas 7,487 MW 30% Baseload 4,080 MW 16% Peaking 5,145 MW 21% Intermediate 15,570 MW 63% National Portfolio of nearly 25,000 MW
  17. 17. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Calpine is the nation’s largest baseload renewable, natural gas Calpine is the nation’s largest baseload renewable, natural gas and cogeneration power provider and cogeneration power provider Modern - 50 40 30 20 10 CPN DYN RRI NRG MIR Age (Years) Efficient Source: Energy Velocity (2008). Not adjusted for steam, and excluding non-fossil fuel generation. 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 - 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 Note: All DYN figures are shown pro forma, adjusted to reflect estimated impact of the sale of certain assets to LS Power during 2009. CPN DYN MIR NRG RRI CO2 lbs. / MWh Clean - CPN NRG DYN RRI MIR 2008 Generation (MWh) Scale Source: Energy Source: Energy Velocity (2008). Velocity (2008). Source: 2008 SEC filings, Energy Velocity. 6,000 CPN DYN RRI NRG MIR Heat Rate (btu/KWh) Our steam-adjusted heat rate is 7,231
  18. 18. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Trend Impact on CCTG Fleet Calpine: Calpine: P Poossititioionneedd f foorr t thhee F Fuuttuurree Impact on Coal Fleet
  19. 19. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Michael G. Morris, Chairman, President and CEO
  20. 20. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Serving 5.2 million customers in 11 states 2009 Earnings Contribution Columbus Southern Power 20% Appalachian Power 13% All Others 6% Indiana & Michigan 16% Public Service of Oklahoma 5% Southwestern Electric Power 9% Texas 7% Kentucky Power 2% 2009 Retail Load Fuel Mix** Residential 32% Commercial 27% Wholesale * 11% Nuclear 6% Natural Gas 22% Hydro/Wind 6% ** Based on Capacity AEP’s Regulated Utility Platform Ohio Power 22% Industrial 30% * Wholesale includes sales to municipal and cooperative power systems, other wholesale, and other retail sales Coal 66%
  21. 21. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table SSPPPP EERRCCOOTT PPJJMM PPJJMM//MMIISSOO Prairie Wind COD: 2013-14  110 miles of 765 kV  Partners: Westar (50%) & Electric Transmission America (50%)  Estimated Cost: $400 million  ROE: 12.8% Tallgrass COD: 2013-14 AACCTTIIVVEE PPRROOJJEECCTTSS Pioneer COD: 2015 FFUUTTUURREE DDEEVVEELLOOPPMMEENNTT ETT COD: 2010-2017  345 kV ERCOT Expansion  Partner: MidAmerican Energy (50%)  Estimated Cost: $1.4 billion  ROE: 9.96%  170 miles of 765 kV  Partners: OG&E (50%) & Electric Transmission America (50%)  Estimated Cost: $500 million  ROE: 12.8% PATH-WV COD: 2014  275 miles of 765 kV  Partner: Allegheny Energy (50%)  Estimated Cost: $1.2 billion  ROE: 14.3%  240 miles of 765 kV  Partner: Duke Energy (50%)  Estimated Cost: $1 billion  ROE: 12.54% SPP EHV Overlay  Regional Expansion of 765 kV Backbone SMARTransmission Study  Interregional EHV & Wind Integration Study  Partners: ATC, Exelon, MidAmerican Energy, Northwestern Energy, Xcel Energy ETT COD: various  Additional CREZ spend of ~ $1.1 billion (COD 2012-2013, subject to a 6-month routing approval)  Other Projects Pending Transfer of ~ $600 million (COD 2010-2013) PJM Expansion  Regional Expansion of 765 kV, 500 kV and 345 kV systems EHV Michigan/Ohio  700 miles of Proposed 765 kV SSPPPP EERRCCOOTT PPJJMM PPJJMM//MMIISSOO
  22. 22. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Renewables Portfolio* Wind PSO – 5 PPAs 591 MW SWEPCo – 1 PPA 79 MW APCo – 4 PPAs 376 MW I&M – 2 PPAs 150 MW KPCo – 1 PPA 100 MW AEP Ohio – 2 PPAs 110 MW Total Regulated 1,406 MW AEPEP – owned 311 MW AEPEP – 2 PPAs 177 MW Non-regulated 487 MW Hydro (run-of-river) Regulated, owned/PPA 364 MW Solar Regulated - PPA 10 MW * Includes owned assets and long-term purchased power agreements (PPA)
  23. 23. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table Zin Smati, President, Chief Executive Officer
  24. 24. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 24 EE uu rr oo pp ee RReevveennuuee:: €€6688..66 bbnn 118811,,992200 eemmpp.. Leader in Electricity World’s largest IPP #5 power producer in Europe Committed to renewables: 13GW of renewable production at present NN oo rr tt hh AA mm ee rr ii cc aa RReevveennuuee:: €€44..66 bbnn 55,,330000 eemmpp.. Leader in Natural Gas #1 purchaser in Europe #1 transporter and distributor in Europe #2 operator of European storage Leader in LNG Trans-Atlantic leader in LNG industry, largest LNG tanker fleet #1 importer & buyer in Europe #1 importer into the U.S. SS oo uu tt hh AA mm ee rr ii cc aa RReevveennuuee:: €€22..66 bbnn 33,,005500 eemmpp.. AA ff rr ii cc aa RReevveennuuee:: €€00..99 bbnn 33,,553300 eemmpp.. AA ss ii aa && PP aa cc ii ff ii cc RReevveennuuee:: €€33..22 bbnn 66,,220000 eemmpp.. 2009 revenues: €€7799..99 bbiilllliioonn 2009 EBITDA: €€1144..00 bbiilllliioonn Global workforce: 220000,,000000 eemmppllooyyeeeess Worldwide Generating Capacity: 7722,,666633 MMWW
  25. 25. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 25 Current Fuel Mix Power Generation Coal 12% Gas 67% Renewable 21% Northeast •Power Generation •LNG Importation •Gas Sales •Retail Sales Canada •Power Generation •Operate 2 of the largest wind farms in eastern Canada Texas •RECs •North American HQ •Power Generation •Gas Storage •Retail Sales Current Geographic Mix Power Generation TX 14% Southeast Others 12% Northeast 28% 46% Mexico •Gas LDCs •Gas Pipelines •Gas Sales •Power Generation  One of the largest IPP’s  #3 biomass generator in U.S.  #1 private gas transmission company and #2 LDC in Mexico  #1 importer of LNG in U.S.  #2 C&I electricity retailer in U.S. Office Power Plant Renewable LNG Regas E & P Region
  26. 26. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 26 How Is GDF SUEZ Positioning Itself in North America for the Future? Buy vs. Build Based on current economic circumstances – Buy more than Build to deepen and diversify •There are a number of good opportunities in the energy sector. Natural Gas Natural gas is the energy of choice to drive transition to a low-carbon economy. • Solidify our LNG and natural gas stronghold positions in New England and Mexico through existing and new gas supply and sales opportunities. • Continue growing in natural gas-fired generation (recent GDF SUEZ example: Astoria Energy I and II). Renewables Renewable energy is a strategic commitment of GDF SUEZ. We will develop both greenfield and acquisition opportunities to increase our renewable energy presence. • Further improve the carbon position of our fleet. • Avail ourselves to stimulus funding in U.S. and RFPs in Canada and Mexico.
  27. 27. Global Power Markets 2010: CEO Round Table 27 25th Annual Global Power Markets Conference Questions? Brave New World Preparing for a Post-Carbon Future April 11 – 13, 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada

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