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CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION WATER AND POWER DEMAND CHALLENGES WHY PRIVATIZE? PRIVATIZATION IMPLEMENTATION SALIENT FEATURES OF RESOLUTION 5/23 PRIVATIZATION DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs PROJECT CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS PRE-QUALIFIED COMPANIES/CONSORTIUMS FOR SHOAIBA (PHASE 3) IWPP OPPORTUNITIES

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Contents
CONTENTS

  • INTRODUCTION

  • WATER AND POWER DEMAND

  • CHALLENGES

  • WHY PRIVATIZE?

  • PRIVATIZATION IMPLEMENTATION

  • SALIENT FEATURES OF RESOLUTION 5/23

  • PRIVATIZATION

  • DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

  • PROJECT CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS

  • PRE-QUALIFIED COMPANIES/CONSORTIUMS FOR SHOAIBA (PHASE 3) IWPP

  • OPPORTUNITIES

  • CONCLUSION


Introduction
INTRODUCTION

Domestic Water Resources

50%

Desalinated Water

50%

Ground Water


INTRODUCTION

  • There is a long history of emphasis on water production by the Government culminating in the establishment of Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) in 1974.

  • Today, SWCC produces around 20% of total world production of desalinated water.


INTRODUCTION

Water Production Increase In SWCC In Last 30 Years:

No. of present Plants

  • Kingdom : 30 plants at 15 locations

  • West Coast : 24 plants at 12 locations

  • East Coast : 6 plants at 3 locations

    Water Production Capacity Growth

  • Year 1973 : 21,000 m3/d

  • Year 2003 : 3,353,068 m3/d

    SWCC also has major water transmission systems (some 3000 km pipelines in length including large pumping stations) and water storage tanks (capacity almost 9 million m3).


3,353,068

Millions

Water Capacity (m3/day)

INTRODUCTION

Desalinated Water Production Since 1968


Water and power demand
WATER AND POWER DEMAND

The phenomenal growth in water and electricity demands is shown below for the year 2003 and year 2024.

Year 2003

  • Population : 23.4 millions

    (increase of 3% on year 2002)

  • Water : 6 millions m3/day

    (demand increasing by 3% annually, 50% being met by desalinated water)

  • Power : 29,000 MW

    (demand increasing by 4% annually)


WATER AND POWER DEMAND

Year 2024

  • Population : 40 millions

  • Water Demand : 10 millions m3/day

    (66% to be met by desalinated water)

  • Power Demand : 59,000 MW


WATER AND POWER DEMANDPOPULATION

Millions

40 Millions


WATER AND POWER DEMANDPOWER

Thousand MWs


WATER AND POWER DEMANDWATER DEMAND (250 L/P/DAY)


WATER AND POWER DEMANDDESAL WATER (250 L/DAY/Person)

Desal Water demand & de-commissioning of existing plants


CHALLENGES

  • Increasing Water demand

    (By year 2024, total water demand would be

    10 million m3/day with a desalination water share of 6.6 million m3/day)

  • De-commissioning of existing plants in near future

  • Huge investment requirement

    (Saudi Riyal 23,000 million at the initial stage)


Why privatize
WHY PRIVATIZE?

  • Phenomenal water and power demands entail massive investment – a burden on Governmental resources.

  • Low water and electricity tariff

  • Stimulate private sector investment and its effective participation in national economy

  • Expanding the citizens scope of participation in productive assets


Why privatize1
WHY PRIVATIZE?

  • Encourage national and foreign capital investment in the Kingdom

  • Increase job opportunities

  • To make available the Governmental

    re-sources to other services

    (health, education, …..)


Privatization implementation
PRIVATIZATIONIMPLEMENTATION

  • The Kingdom has initiated several steps to make investment attractive and a reasonable return for private sector.

  • There is tremendous opportunity for private sector to participate in the IWPP Projects .

  • Private investor is assured of Total commitment by the Government and a fair, credible environment.

  • Enabling rules and regulations have been formulated.


PRIVATIZATIONIMPLEMENTATION

  • A separate Ministry of Water created in July 2001 (electricity sector incorporated later for it to become MWE)

  • MWE Responsibilities include

    • To establish guidelines for the private sector to invest in water & electricity infrastructure

    • To develop a general sector master plan

    • Formulation of enabling rules and regulations


PRIVATIZATIONIMPLEMENTATION

  • All Saudi regional electricity companies integrated into a single entity – Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) in the year 2000

  • The supreme economic council identified 20 sectors for privatization, those include Desalination, Water Distribution, Railways, Airlines……

  • Establishment of Electricity & Co-generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA).


PRIVATIZATIONIMPLEMENTATION

  • The Supreme Economic Council passed Resolution 5/23 to establish a frame work for participation of the private sector in water desalination and power projects.


Salient Features of Resolution 5/23

  • Four projects were initially selected and it contemplates additional projects.

  • Ownership in the project companies:

    • Government (PIF) - 32%

    • Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) - 8%

    • Developers - 60%


Salient Features of Resolution 5/23

  • Actual distribution for the unit prices of water and electricity without any cross-subsidy

  • The projects to be implemented on a build, own and operate (BOO) basis

  • Utilize the Energy Conversion Agreement (ECA) model to provide fuel to the projects companies


Salient Features of Resolution 5/23

  • The Government will provide the offtaker company with the necessary credit support.

  • The state shall allocate the land sites for these projects.


PRIVATIZATION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF

WATER & ELECTRICITY CO. (WEC)

  • WEC is a limited liability company owned on a 50:50 basis by SWCC and SEC.

  • Single Off taker of power and water capacity and output from the IWPPs.

  • Supply the Projects with the fuel requirements.

  • WEC will monitor power, quality of water and efficiency of fuel conversion.

  • WEC will sell the water to SWCC and power to SEC.


PRIVATIZATION

Under this initiative, the First Group of Four IWPP projects were selected:

Shoaiba Phase 3

Shuqaiq Phase 2

Raz Azzour

Jubail Phase 3

With an investment potential of about Saudi Riyals 23,000 millions


°

N

W

E

S

  • Raz Azzour

MW 2500

800,000 m³/d

Jubail

MW 1100

340,000 m³/d

Shoaiba

MW 650-950

880,000 m³/d

MW 700

212,000 m³/d

Shuqaiq

DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

LOCATIONS


DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

  • 1. Shoaiba Phase 3 IWPP

  • Water : 880,000 m³/day

  • Power : 650 – 900 MW

  • Fuel : Liquid Fuel (Crude Oil)

  • Estimated

  • Capital Cost : SR 6,000 Million

  • (total SR 23,000 Millions for 4 initial projects)

  • RFP Issued : 31-Jul-2004

  • Bid Submission : 08-Jan-2005


  • DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

    • Shuqaiq Phase 2 IWPP

    • Water : 212,000 m³/day

  • Power : 700 MW

  • Fuel : Liquid Fuel (Crude Oil)

  • Estimated

  • Capital Cost : SR 3,800 Million

  • (total SR 23,000 Millions for 4 initial projects)


  • DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

    • 3. Raz Azzour IWPP

  • Water : 800,000 m³/day

  • Power : 2,500 MW

  • Fuel : Natural Gas

  • Estimated

  • Capital Cost : SR 9,000 Million

  • (total SR 23,000 Millions for 4 initial projects)


  • DETAILS OF WEC IWPPs

    • 4. Jubail Phase 3 IWPP

  • Water : 340,000 m³/day

  • Power : 1,100 MW

  • Fuel : Natural Gas

  • Estimated

  • Capital Cost : SR 4,200 Million (total SR 23,000 Millions for 4 initial projects)


  • Details of wec iwpps implementation program
    DETAILS OF WEC IWPPsIMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM


    Government

    MOF

    PIF

    SEC

    Developers

    32%

    8%

    60%

    Credit Support

    SWCC

    Shareholders’

    Agreement

    WPA

    Project

    PWPA

    FSA

    LLA

    Company

    SWCC

    Aramco

    WEC

    Fuel (ECA)

    PPA

    O&M

    SEC

    Contract

    Contract

    EPC

    EPC

    O&M

    Contractor

    Contractor

    PROJECT CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS


    Pre qualified companies consortiums for shoaiba phase 3 iwpp
    PRE-QUALIFIED COMPANIES/CONSORTIUMS FOR SHOAIBA (PHASE 3) IWPP


    Opportunities
    OPPORTUNITIES

    There are unprecedented and enormous opportunities in water desalination (and power generation) fields for:

    • Developer

    • Financing / investment

    • Consulting

    • Design & Engineering

    • Construction including Civil Works


    Opportunities1
    OPPORTUNITIES

    • Operation and Maintenance

    • Maintenance Services

    • Material & Equipment Supply


    OPPORTUNITIES

    • We consider that there is a further unique and very significant incentive for the developers in these IWPPs. The developers are not bound by the precise and detailed Tender Specification of the client.

    • These IWPPs have performance based functional specification and the developer is free to adopt technological innovation / improvement (i.e. improvement in Performance Ratio, amalgamation of different technologies etc.)


    OPPORTUNITIES

    • We believe that this approach offered to developers will yield substantial improvement in plant’s capital cost, performance and efficiency to yield very competitive prices.


    OPPORTUNITIES

    • SWCC shall build water transmission systems with a total pipelines length of 1,560 km for transmission of the four IWPPs as follows:

      • Shoaiba – Jeddah, Makkah and Taif

      • Shuqaiq – Abha and Jizan

      • Raz Azzour – Riyadh

      • Jubail – Dammam

        with an approximate total cost of 12.8 Billion Saudi Riyals


    OPPORTUNITIES

    SWCC has already tendered the water transmission system for Shoaiba Phase 3, on 15-Sep-2004. The bid submission date is 31-Jan-2005. This water transmission system consists of:

    • Interconnection between Shoaiba 2 and Shoaiba 3

    • Water transmission system to Jeddah

    • Water transmission system to Mina

    • 2nd Water transmission system to Jeddah

    • Water transmission to Makkah and Taif


    Conclusion
    CONCLUSION

    • These 4 IWPPs will bring unprecedented opportunities for Developers, Financing / Investment, Construction / Civil Works and Supply of Equipment & Materials and Services.


    Contact details
    CONTACT DETAILS

    For further information please contact:

    Omar A. M. Al-Ghamdi

    President

    Water & Electricity Co.

    P.O. Box. 300091,

    Kingdom Center

    Riyadh – 11372, Saudi Arabia

    Tel : +966 1 211 3362 / 63Fax : +966 1 211 3313

    Email : [email protected] ; [email protected]

    Website : www.wec.com.sa



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