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ELECTRIC POWER INVESTORS' FORUM

by Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE)

Power Generation (Status and Outlook)

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION 2. CURRENT STATUS OF POWER GENERATION 3. POWER GENERATION ISSUES 4. POWER GENERATION OUTLOOK 5. CONCLUSION

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INTRODUCTION

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INTRODUCTION

Nigeria has an installed generation capacity of 8,644MW of which 6,905MW is government owned. Over the past two decades, population has increased to 150 million, with an average GDP growth rate of 6.66%, over the last 5 years1. Within this period, power generation capacity has stagnated. These factors, combined with inadequate maintenance of existing power generation stations, have given rise to severe generation shortages. It is estimated that 26,561MW will be required in the next 9 years to meet demand as envisioned in the Vision 20: 2020 target.

1. Central Bank of Nigeria Annual Report 2009.

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CURRENT STATUS OF POWER GENERATION

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OVERVIEW OF POWER GENERATION

The Nigerian Power Generation sector can be detailed into the following sub-sectors:

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(a) Existing Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) Power Generation facilities. (b) Independent Power Projects. (c) National Integrated Power Projects.

Existing Govt. Owned Power Stations ­ Hydro:

S/N o

1

Name of Generation Company

KAINJI/JEBBA HYDROELECTRIC PLC ­ Kainji Power Station KAINJI/JEBBA HYDROELECTRIC PLC ­ Jebba Power Station SHIRORO HYDROELECTRIC PLC .

Year of Const.

1968

Location

Kainji, Niger State

Installed Installed Available Capacity (MW) Capacity (MW)

760 480

2

1985

Jebba, Niger State

540

450

3

1989

Shiroro, Niger state, Nigeria

600

450

TOTALS

1,900

1,380

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Existing FGN Power Stations ­ Thermal:

S/No

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Name of Generation Company

EGBIN POWER PLC GEREGU POWER PLC OMOTOSHO POWER PLC OLORUNSOGO POWER PLC DELTA POWER PLC SAPELE POWER PLC AFAM(IV-V) POWER PLC CALABAR THERMAL POWER STATION OJI RIVER POWER STATION

Year of Const.

1986 2007 2007 2008 1966 1978 1963/01 1934

Location

Egbin, Lagos State Geregu, Kogi State Omotosho, Ondo State. Olorunsogo, Ogun State Ughelli, Delta State Sapele, Delta State Afam, Rivers State, Calabar, Cross River State Oji River, Achi, Enugu State

Installed Installed Available Capacity (MW) Capacity (MW)

1320 414 304 304 900 1020 726 6.6 1100 276 76 76 300 90 60 Nil

9

1956

10

Nil

TOTALS TOTALS

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Projects: Independent Power Projects:

The IPP's are the non-FGN funded investment in the Nigerian power generation industry

S/No Name of Power Plant Location Installed Capacity Installed (MW) 224 650 480 155 100 150 Available Capacity (MW) 224 650 480 76 24 30 RIW1

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AES POWER STATION SHELL- AFAM VI POWER STATION AGIP ­ OKPAI POWER STATION ASG- IBOM POWER STATION RSG- TRANS AMADI POWER STATION RSG- OMOKU POWER STATION

Egbin, Lagos State Afam, Rivers State Okpai, Delta State Akwa Ibom State Port Harcourt, Rivers State Omoku, Rivers State

TOTALS

1,759

1,484

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Slide 8 RIW1 Is it correct to term Ibom, T-Amadi and Omoku private sector when they were funded by state governments

Rumundaka Wonodi, 14/01/2011

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(NIPP): National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP)

The NIPP is funded and owned by the three tiers of government (federal, states and LGAs.)These facilities are currently being constructed and will be operated via Operations and Maintenance contracts, when commissioned, prior to the privatisation of these stations.

S/No Name of Power Plant Location Designed Capacity (MW) 563 338 451 225 451 225 961 676 451 434 4,775

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Current Capacity (MW) Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil NIL

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CALABAR POWER PROJECT EGBEMA POWER PROJECT IHOVBOR POWER PROJECT GBARAN POWER PROJECT SAPELE POWER PROJECT OMOKU POWER PROJECT ALAOJI POWER PROJECT OLORUNSOGO ­PHHASE-2 PROJECT OMOTOSHO-PHASE-2 PROJECT GEREGU-PHASE-2 PROJECT

Calabar, Cross River State Egbema, Imo State Ihovbor, Edo State Gbaran, Bayelsa State Sapele, Delta State Omoku, Rivers State Alaoji, Abia State Olorunsogo, Ogun State Omotosho, Ondo State Geregu, Kogi State

TOTALS

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INSTALLED VS. AVAILABLE CAPACITY

Current Average power generation is 3,200MW

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POWER GENERATION CAPACITY TREND

Projected Generation Growth @ 1,500MW/year

Projected Generation Growth @ 3,000MW/year

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POWER GENERATION ISSUES

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POWER GENERATION ISSUES

UnderUnder-Investment

- Stagnated Power Generation Growth. - Inadequate Operations and Maintenance.

Lack of Human Capacity development

NonNon-diversified Generation Mix:

Missing sources - Coal - Solar - Wind - Bio-thermal

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POWER GENERATION OUTLOOK

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FUTURE OF POWER GENERATION

Power Generation gap of 26,561MW expected to be closed by 2020. Consequently, an annual growth of approximately 3,000MW is required. Post-2020, it is projected that the annual growth will reduce to approximately 1,500MW, up to 2033. It is planned that this growth will be driven by the private sector. It is expected that the growth will be supported by a robust commercial market.

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POTENTIAL FOR INVESTMENT

Refurbishment of existing power stations and subsequent expansion. Construction of new power generation plants. Provision of Operations and Maintenance Services. Human Capacity Development.

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CONCLUSION

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CONCLUSION

As highlighted in this presentation, it is obvious that power generation has not developed as required. This has necessitated the full implementation of the Electric Power Sector Reform as a key priority of the Nigerian Government. Consequently, there exists ample investment opportunities in the power generation sector.

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Thank You

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