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A look at bot infrastructure projects

A Look At BOT-INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

Build-Operate-and-Transfer (BOT) Center


Outline of presentation

Outline of Presentation

  • The PPP-BOT Program

  • Projects for Investments

  • The BOT Center


The ppp bot program

THE PPP-BOT PROGRAM


Republic act no 7718

Republic Act No. 7718

  • Title

    • An Act Amending Certain Sections of RA 6957, Entitled “An Act Authorizing the Financing, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Infrastructure Projects by the Private Sector, and for Other Purposes.”

  • Declaration of Policy

    • Recognition of private sector’s role in development

    • Provision of incentives to mobilize private resources

    • Climate of minimum government intervention

    • Specific GOP undertakings to support private sector


What is ppp public private partnership build operate transfer bot

What is PPP (Public-Private Partnership)-Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)?

  • Contractual arrangement between the government and the private sector whereby the latter finances, constructs and in some cases operates and maintains a facility or project

  • The private sector is allowed to charge user fees to recover its investments

  • Both government and private sector share project risks


Procurement modes

Procurement Modes

  • Public Bidding / Solicited Mode

  • Unsolicited Proposals

    • Project involves new concept or technology and/or not in the list of priority projects

    • No direct government guarantee, subsidy, or equity

    • IA/LGU concerned must solicit comparative or competitive proposals


Private sector participation in bot psp projects

Private Sector Participation in BOT/PSP Projects

Bidder/member of consortium for priority infrastructure projects of government

Financier of awarded BOT/PSP project

Supplier of machinery, equipment, materials

Sub-contractor to the winning contractor

Proponent of unsolicited project


The philippine bot program

THE PHILIPPINE BOT PROGRAM

  • From the early 1990’s until December 2008, the Philippine BOT Program has generated capital investment of more than US$19 billion broken down as follows:

US$17,692.92

20 Projects

US$17,692.92

6 Projects

US$17,692.92

37 Projects


A look at bot infrastructure projects

PROJECTS FOR INVESTMENTS


Projects for investments

Projects for Investments

  • Panguil Bay Bridge Project

  • Balog-Balog Multi-Purpose Project

  • Batangas to Manila Natural Gas Pipeline (BatMan1)

  • Integrated LNG Terminal, Pipeline and Power Plant Project

  • Isabela Coal Mining and Power Plant Project

  • NAIA Expressway

  • Metro Manila Skyway Project


Panguil bay bridge project

Panguil Bay Bridge Project

  • Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)

  • Project Description:

    • The Project entails the construction of a bridge with approximate length of 2,360 meters and approach roads pf 1,240 meters across Panguil Bay between Tangub City, Misamis Occidental and Tubod, Lanao del Norte.

  • Estimated Project Cost: P4.425B

  • Project Implementation Scheme: BTO (Build-Transfer-Operate) - Solicited


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Panguil Bay Bridge Project

  • Status

    • Preparation of the tender documents for procurement of BOT proponents is on-going.

    • Prequalification of BOT proponents to commence upon completion of the specimen design based on the geophysical survey and geotechnical investigation.

  • Contact Person/Details:

    Director Bienvenida Firmalino

    BOT Office – DPWH

    Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila

    Tel. No.: (632) 3043762, Fax No.: (632) 3043824


Balog balog multipurpose project phase ii

Balog-Balog Multipurpose Project: Phase II

  • Implementing Agency: National Irrigation Authority (NIA) / Tarlac Provincial Government

  • Project Description:

    • BBMP Phase II (located in Tarlac) involves the following components:

      • (1) construction of the Balog-Balog High Dam and reservoir with storage capacity of 625 MCM for irrigation, power generation, flood control, and inland fish production purposes,

      • (2) construction of a hydro-power plant with installed capacity of 33 MW.


Balog balog multipurpose project phase ii1

Balog-Balog Multipurpose Project: Phase II

  • Estimated Project Cost : P8.8B

  • Project Status:

    • The Project is currently being evaluated if viable for implementation under the BOT Law.

  • Contact Person / Details:

    • Mr. Vicente R. Vicmudo, Ph. D.

      Project Manager

      National Irrigation Authority

      Tel. No.: (045) 982-0443

      (045) 982-2948


Batangas to manila natural gas pipeline batman1

Batangas to Manila Natural Gas Pipeline (BatMan1)

  • Implementing Agency

    • Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC)

  • Project Description

    • The BatMan1 Project is a high-pressure gas transmission pipeline with a total line length of approximately 135 km consisting of three distinct legs. The input pressure at the Onshore Gas Plant in Batangas will range from 60-70 bars.

    • It will start from On-Shore Gas Plant in Tabangao, Batangas City to Biñan, Laguna via STAR Highway. Then, from Biñan station, two spur pipelines will be connected which are called Biñan to Rosario (RoBin), Cavite Pipeline and Biñan to Fort Bonifacio, Taguig Pipeline.


Batangas to manila natural gas pipeline batman11

Batangas to Manila Natural Gas Pipeline (BatMan1)

  • Estimated Project Cost

    • US$131 Million 

  • Project Implementation Scheme:

    • Joint Venture

    • BOT scheme

  • Project Status

    • PNOC Exploration Corporation (EC) had already acquired the following:

      • PNOC EC Board Approval

      • NEDA Board Approval

      • Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC)

      • 100 Letters of Intent from the industrial estates potential gas users

      • 9 Endorsements from LGUs

      • NEDA’s support declaring the project as a project of national significance


Batangas to manila natural gas pipeline batman12

Batangas to Manila Natural Gas Pipeline (BatMan1)

Contact Persons:

Mr. Rafael E. Del Pilar

President and CEO

PNOC Exploration Corporation

Tel. No.: 840-2015, Fax No.: 840-2348

Mr. Candido M. Magsombol

Manager

Business Development Department

PNOC Exploration Corporation

Tel. No.: 479-9255, Fax No.: 840-2044


Integrated lng terminal pipeline and power plant integrated project

Integrated LNG Terminal, Pipeline and Power Plant (Integrated Project)

  • Implementing Agency:

    • Philippine National Oil Company

  • Project Description

    • The Integrated Project (located within the municipalities of Limay and Mariveles, Bataan) will be composed of the following:

      • setting up of an LNG Receiving Terminal in Limay, Bataan

      • the gas-fired conversion of the 600 MW Limay Power Plant Blocks A&B

      • the development of a 600MW Greenfield gas-fired power plant inside the PAFC Industrial Park and related gas transport pipeline.


Integrated lng terminal pipeline and power plant integrated project1

Integrated LNG Terminal, Pipeline and Power Plant (Integrated Project)

  • Project Implementation Scheme:

    • Joint Venture

    • BOT scheme

  • Estimated Project Cost

    • LNG TerminalUS$ 375.24 million

    • Limay A/B PPUS$ 345.50 million

    • Limay PAFC PPUS$ 345.50 million

    • Limay A/B PipelineUS$ 3.03 million

    • Limay PAFC PipelineUS$ 0.13 million

    • Total CostUS$1069.40 million


Integrated lng terminal pipeline and power plant integrated project2

Integrated LNG Terminal, Pipeline and Power Plant (Integrated Project)

  • Project Status:

    • PNOC EC had already acquired the following:

      • PNOC EC Board Approval

      • NEDA Board Approval

    • Ongoing coordination with parties interested in the integrated LNG terminal and power plant projects

  • Contact Persons:

    • Mr. Rafael E. Del PilarMr. Candido M. Magsombol

      President and CEOManager

      PNOC Exploration CorporationBusiness Development Dept.

      Tel. No.: 840-2015 Tel. No.: 479-9255


Isabela coal mining and power plant project

Isabela Coal Mining and Power Plant Project

  • Implementing Agency:

    • Philippine National Oil Company

  • Project Description:

    • The Isabela Integrated Coal Mine-Mouth Power Plant Project is an open pit coal mine project with a Mine-Mouth 50MW coal fired power plant with fluidized bed combustion.

    • The project site is located 290 kms North of Manila via Cagayan Valley region. The three different coal deposit concentrations are located in the municipalities of Naguillian, Benito Soliven and portion of the City of Cauayan, province of Isabela, Cagayan Valley


Isabela coal mining and power plant project1

Isabela Coal Mining and Power Plant Project

  • Project Implementation Scheme:

    • Joint Venture

    • BOT scheme

  • Estimated Total Project Cost:

    • MineUS$ 16 million

    • Power PlantUS$ 139 million

    • Total CostUS$ 155 million

  • Project Status

    • PNOC EC had already acquired the following:

      • PNOC EC Board approval

      • NEDA Board approval

    • Ongoing review of the project and its economic profitability.

    • Business plan being finalized

    • Estimated IRR of 20 – 25%


Isabela coal mining and power plant project2

Isabela Coal Mining and Power Plant Project

  • Contact Persons:

    • Mr. Rafael E. Del Pilar

      President and CEO

      PNOC Exploration Corporation

      Tel. No.: 840-2015, Fax No.: 840-2348

    • Mr. Candido M. Magsombol

      Manager

      Business Development Department

      PNOC Exploration Corporation

      Tel. No.: 479-9255, Fax No.: 840-2044


Naia expressway

NAIA Expressway

  • Implementing Agency:

    • DPWH

  • Description

    • The project involves the construction of an elevated expressway from Skyway up to Roxas Boulevard, running mostly along existing roads (Sales Street, Andrews Avenue, Domestic Road and MIA Road). The project is proposed to be done in phases:

      • Phase I - Skyway to NAIA Terminal III, 4 lanes, 3.67 Km

      • Phase II - NAIA Terminal III to Roxas Boulevard, 4 lanes, 4.9 km 


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NAIA Expressway

  • Project Status

    • Phase I-Construction on-going.

    • Phase II-Bid Documents preparation completed.

  • Contact Person/Details:

    Director Bienvenida Firmalino

    BOT Office – DPWH

    Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila

    Tel. No.: (632) 3043762, Fax No.: (632) 3043824


Metro manila skyway project

Metro Manila Skyway Project

  • PROPONENT

    • Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (CMMTC) – a joint venture firm of P.T. Citra Lamtoro Gung Persada (CITRA) and PNCC.

  • DESCRIPTION

    • An elevated expressway that will link the South Luzon Expressway (SLE) and the North Luzon Expressway (NLE) from Alabang, Muntinlupa to Balintawak, Caloocan City with a total length of 33.68 Kms.

      • Stage 1 - A six (6) lane elevated expressway from Bicutan to Buendia, with the Ayala Central Business District Access Ramps (9.3 kms.) and the rehabilitation of the South Luzon Expressway from Magallanes to Alabang (13.43 kms.)

      • Stage 2 – Elevated expressway from Bicutan to Alabang (6.88 Kms.)

      • Stage 3 – Elevated expressway from Buendia to NLE Balintawak (17.50 Kms.)


Metro manila skyway project1

Metro Manila Skyway Project

  • ESTIMATED PROJECT COST (in Million Pesos)

    • Stage 1 - 11,170

    • Stage 2 - 8,000

    • Stage 3 - 29,859

    • Total - 49,029

  • PROJECT STATUS

    • Stage 1: Completed in December 1999. Presently operational and maintained by PNCC Skyway Corporation.

    • Stage 2:

      • PERTCONSULT is the Independent Consultant. Renardet S.A. is the Supervising Consultant.

      • Construction of 13 pier heads of the existing columns are completed.

      • Parcellary plan/ROW acquisition plan approved.

    • Stage 3: Updating of feasibility study


Metro manila skyway project2

Metro Manila Skyway Project

  • Contact Person/Details:

    Director Bienvenida Firmalino

    BOT Office – DPWH

    Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila

    Tel. No.: (632) 3043762, Fax No.: (632) 3043824


A look at bot infrastructure projects

THE BOT CENTER


The bot center under dti

Presidential Executive Order 144 (2002)

Presently lodged the BOT Center under DTI’s Industry and Investments Group (IIG) along with the Board of Investments and other infrastructure agencies (National Development Company, Philippine Economic Zone Authority)

THE BOT Center under DTI


Mandate

Mandate

A.Promotion of the BOT and PPP Program and Projects under the National Infrastructure Development Plan

  • Provision of capacity building and hands on training to IAs) and LGUs in developing and promoting their BOT/PPP projects

  • Provision of technical advisory assistance through the Project Development Facility

  • Provision of promotional and marketing support to variuos BOT/PPP investment opportunities of other government corporations and intrumentalities

  • Institutionalization and implementation of an inter-agency BOT/PPP Strategic Promotion and Development Plan through the BOT Center-led Inter-Agency Committee and Advisory Board (IACAB)


Mandate1

Mandate

B.Policy Advocacy

  • Formulation of BOT/PPP policy guidelines to ensure transparent, consistent and expeditious preparation, review, approval and implementation of BOT/PPP projects

  • Initiation and/or participation in BOT/PPP policy reviews/reform agenda

  • Institutionalization of an advocacy program in pursuit of an effective and sustainable BOT/PPP program implementation


Services

Services

  • Provide capacity building and training programs to IAs and LGUs as well as other government bodies in various aspects of BOT/PPP project development

  • Provide technical and financial support to IAs and LGUs on BOT/PPP projects eligible under the Project Development Facility (PDF) guidelines

  • Provide promotion and marketing support to IAs and LGUs through marketing campaigns, investment matching and other investment facilitation work in coordination with the Board of Investments and other investment promotion offices

  • Advocate policy reforms in BOT/PPP policy dialogues, formulation and reviews

  • Provide general information on the Philippine BOT/PPP program, policies, processes and guidelines, as well as specific projects for promotion


Summary

SUMMARY

There is a consistent recognition of the value of private sector financing and efficiency.

The BOT Law has paved the way for PPP Framework to evolve.

The BOT Center (PPP Unit) plays a major role in promoting PPP for infrastructure.

There are a lot of opportunities for the private sector in infrastructure development through the PPP-BOT.


Thank you

THANK YOU

Build-Operate-and-Transfer Center

Department of Trade & Industry

4/F GA Yupangco Bldg.

339 Sen.Gil J. Puyat Ave.

1200 Makati City, Philippines

Tel. No:(+63 2) 899-8821

Fax No:(+63 2) 896-8452

www.botcenter.gov.ph


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