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Electricity Sector in Algeria Current Status & Outlooks Ms BENABID Hassina. DSM & EE Workshop Tripoli : 09-11/02/2009. Agenda. Basic structure of the electricity sector in Algeria and brief appraisal: Production, Consumption, Transmission Network, The cross-border interconnections.

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Electricity Sector in AlgeriaCurrent Status & OutlooksMs BENABID Hassina

DSM & EE Workshop

Tripoli : 09-11/02/2009


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Agenda

  • Basic structure of the electricity sector in Algeria and brief appraisal:

    • Production,

    • Consumption,

    • Transmission Network,

    • The cross-border interconnections.

  • Developement Outlook

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ALGERIA

2007

Population :34,4 millions

Area :2 381 741 km2

GDP/capita : 3 970 US$

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Some paramètres evolution (1970 – 2007 )

1970

650

3 600

23 000

700

1 900

720

182

2007

8 411

18 000

237 000

7 000

40 000

6 060

2 420

  • Parameters

  • Installed capacity : MW

  • Transmission network, Electricity : km

  • Distribution network, Electricity : km

  • Transmission network, Gas : km

  • Distribution network, Gas : km

  • Electricity customer( 103)

  • Gas customer (103)

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Main features at the end of 2007

6,06 millions electricity customers,

2,4 millions gas customers,

8 411 MW installed capacity : 95% within NG,

Electricity energy sales : 30,3 TWh ,

Gas energy sales: 6,7 Gm3 ,

Employees: 56 510 agents,

Turnover: 125 milliards DA # 1,8 milliard US$ .

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Installed capacity evolution

additionnel power : about 2 870 MW

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Peak load evolution ( Interconnected Network )

Peak load increases : about 5% / year.

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Electrical energy consumption evolutionby voltage level

16 560 GWh

30 319 GWh

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sites

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Tala

Hassi

Mounir

Tihahiout

Daya

Hamou

Moussa

Khadra

Ifni

Amguid

Gara

Djabilet

Arak

Immehrou

Tamadjart

Moulay

Lahcen

Terhanenet

Tim

.

Tarabin

Tahifet

Electrification National Program

  • Launched in 1978

  • Achievements by

  • national means

  • State funding

  • Results

  • 20 000 center

  • 1,5 millions households

  • 128 000 km in network

  • Electrification rate: 97%

  • Isolated networks

  • Diesel Power Plants

  • Solar ( 0,4 MW )

Solar

Diesel

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sites

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International electricity interconnections

Spain

Tunisia

EL KALA

1954

400 kV

FERNANA

GHAZAOUET

1952

TAJEROUINE

EL AOUINET

1988

DJEBEL ONK

OUJDA

1980

Moroco

METLAOUI

1992

1984

TLEMCEN

Algeria

Ouvrages existants

220 kV

150 kV

90 kV

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Sub/marin cables

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Strong growth of electricity sector.

Achievement of the country's economic expansion,

(an economic growth rate of 6 to 7% is expected over the medium term)

An extensive program of development of the electricity sector to support the socio-economic development of the country and cover the national market

Significant challenges in terms of investments on different segments of activities. (more than 1 billion U.S. $ / year)

Outlooks

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Four companies have been created:

Power station SKH Hadjret Ennouss (Combined cycle - installed capacity 1200 MW (3 X 400MW)) is foreseen on outset2009.

Power station Terga - CC 1200 MW ( 3 X 400 MW) is foreseen on 2011.

Power station Koudiet Draouch - CC 1200 MW ( 3 X 400 MW) is foreseen on 2012.

Power station Thermo-Solar SPP1 (150 MW of wich 30 MW Solar and 120 Gas Turbine) is foreseen on 2010.

Independant Power Producer (IPP)’s emergence

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Installed capacity

Year 2007

2007 :

8 411 MW

Year 2012

2012 :

12 000 MW

54%

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Electricity Transmission network

A strong program to improve 400 kV lines on the basis of construction of :

East-West Lines

North-Soth Lines

And a third incorporating the deep south

The whole forming an interconnected network

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2010

2012

East-West LinesandNorth-Soth Lines

Annaba Port

Alger Port

Oran Est

Timimoun

2009

Adrar

Aïn Salah

Aoulef

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Tamanrasset


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Inter-Maghreb interconnections evolution

Legend

220 kV

150 kV

90 kV

Algeria

GHAZAOUET

EL AOUINET

1988

1980

DJEBEL ONK

OUJDA

1953

TLEMCEN

1984

1992

Moroco

TAJEROUINE

EL KALA

Tunisia

1954

METLAOUI

FERNANA

TATAOUIN

First step …

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Inter-Maghreb and Euro-Maghrebinterconnections evolution

Spain

Legend

400 kV

220 kV

150 kV

90 kV

TARIFA

Algeria

1996

700 MW

GHAZAOUET

EL AOUINET

1988

1980

FERDIOUA

DJEBEL ONK

OUJDA

1953

TLEMCEN

1984

1992

Moroco

TAJEROUINE

EL KALA

Tunisia

1954

METLAOUI

FERNANA

TATAOUIN

Second step …

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Inter-Maghreb and Euro-Maghrebinterconnections evolution

Spain

400 MW

Légende

400 kV

220 kV

150 kV

90 kV

300 MW

TARIFA

Algeria

1996

2006

1 400 MW

GHAZAOUET

2003

Exploit. En 200 kV

EL AOUINET

1980

FERDIOUA

1988

2005

DJEBEL ONK

OUJDA

1953

TLEMCEN

1984

Moroco

1992

EL KALA

TAJEROUINE

1954

Tunisia

METLAOUI

FERNANA

TATAOUIN

ROWIS

Libya

Third step …

Line in Tunisia - Libya not yet enabled for technical reasons related to network stability.

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Inter-Maghreb and Euro-Maghrebinterconnectionsevolution

Italy

Espagne

1 000 MW

Légende

400 kV

220 kV

150 kV

90 kV

2 000 MW

TARIFA

Algérie

1996

1 400 MW

1 000 à

2 000 MW

2006

GHAZAOUET

EL AOUINET

1980

FERDIOUA

1988

DJEBEL ONK

OUJDA

1953

TLEMCEN

1984

2009

2009

Maroc

1992

EL KALA

TAJEROUINE

Tunisie

1954

METLAOUI

FERNANA

ROWIS

Libye

Egypt

Next steps …

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