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Opportunities in New Cities & Capital Delivery Program. PRESENTATION IN SWPF 2011, NWC FORUM (FOCUS DAY) 7 TH DECEMBER 2011- JEDDAH HILTON, JEDDAH. Saud Rifki Senior Manager, Privatization . INTRODUCTION. National Water Company Formation, Role & PPP Implementation.

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Opportunities in New Cities &Capital Delivery Program

PRESENTATION IN SWPF 2011, NWC FORUM (FOCUS DAY)

7TH DECEMBER 2011- JEDDAH HILTON, JEDDAH

Saud Rifki

Senior Manager, Privatization



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National Water CompanyFormation, Role & PPP Implementation

  • January 2008 -Formation of National Water Company (NWC) thro’ Royal Decree

  • Joint Stock Company with an authorized capital of SR 22 billion (US $ 6 billion)

ATTRACT

INT’L

INVESTORS

&

OPERATORS

  • Responsible for water and wastewater services in the urban areas of the kingdom

  • June 2008 – Began formal functioning taking over W & WW services in Riyadh and Jeddah

  • Water & Wastewater assets of the city being taken over transferred to NWC

  • PPP Management Contracts

  • July 2008 – Riyadh

  • Sep 2008 – Jeddah

  • Jan 2011 – Makkah - Taif


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Objectives of Privatization (PPP)

Bring International Best Practices

World Class Customer Services

Improved Operating Efficiency

Reduced Operational Costs

Efficient Management of CAPEX & OPEX

Build Commercially Viable Organization

Enabling Environment for Private Sector & International Investor / Operator Participation

Incentive to early increase of capital expenditure to reduce O&M costs

Expedient construction of water and wastewater infrastructure



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The Cities & PPP Contracts

(1/2)

Riyadh – From July 2008

Veolia Water Saudi (French)

6 years (Management Contract)

Jeddah – From Sep 2008

Suez Env + ACWA Power

(French Saudi Consortium)

7 years (Management Contract)

Makkah / Taif – From Jan 2011

Saur Int’l + Zamil O&M

(French Saudi Consortium)

5 years (Management Contract)

Next in line – Madinah, Dammam / Khobar

PPP Model – To be on O&M Joint Venture Unit – Plans under study for transition and implementation


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The Cities & PPP Contracts

(2/2)

  • Objectives of Management Contracts

  • Improve operational efficiency for instant reduction in water leakage, continuity of water supply, improved revenue collection, billing & metering, training, customer services, coverage, etc

  • Major Scope of Management Contracts

  • Water production, treatment , distribution and wastewater services

  • NRW reduction

  • Customer Services

  • Training Program for employees

  • Implementation of IT systems

  • Performance Standards and incentive KPIs

  • Target Performance Standards

  • Incentive KPIs


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Future Plans for other cities

*Total KSA population: 27.13 Million


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Achievements in Three Years of PPP Operations (1/2)

Customer satisfaction index

Average time to install connection

Complaint resolution

1%

RIYADH

Days

JEDDAH

35%

Hours

5%

37%

%

- 49%

-50%

85%

85%

84%

- 35%

0%

45%

2008

2009

2010

2011

2008

2009

2010

2011

2009

2010

2008

2011

Number of new wastewater connections per year

#

84%

40,000

30,000

20,000

10,000

2011

2008

2009

2010

*


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Achievements in Three Years of PPP Operations (2/2)

Service continuity

Riyadh

Jaddah

%

100%

55%

55%

43%

34%

32%

31%

22%

N/A

2009

2010

2011

Volume of water saved due to leak reduction

21%

‘000 m3

134%

2008

2009

2010

2011



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Realizing our vision by switching gear towards a Business Operating Model

Corporate Module evolution . Holding Company with a successful portfolio of BU’s/ JVS

Current Operating Model

Potential Future Operating Model

Corporate Core / CEO

Corporate Core / CEO

Design of the Corporate Center(incl. how it both serves and creates productive structural tension with BUs)

Contractual Relationship

Operationally Involved

Corporate Policy

Strategic Guidance

Results/ Accountability

Service

Management

Contracts

City Business

Units (CBUs)

Business Units

(BU)

Enterprise /

EnablingFunctions

Shadow Management

Request

Service (SLAs)

Design of enterprise / enabling functions

Define business unit boundaries and inter-relationships


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Four clusters will be formed

Proposed

O&M services contract clustering

# of contracts/ annual value (SAR mil)/ Thousands of inhabitants

153

East

35

86

Northwest

21

9

2,639

15

62

20

32

22

1,745

13

Tabuk

4

22

Jubail

3

Population served

Value

Contracts

Value

Population served

Population served

Contracts

Dammam/

Al Khobar

Buraida/ Onaizah

Potential to combine into single cluster if West (north) SPV partner is the same partner as West (south)

Al-Hofuf & Al-Mubarraz

Madinah

Riyadh

Yanbu

672

4,583

Central

6

Southwest

5,905

493

Makkah

Jeddah

627

627

4

4

Taif

202

26

Abha/ Khamis-Mushayat

1

1

11

74

13

Population served

Contracts

Value

121

Map legend

82

NWC captive city

Captive in 2012

Population served

Contracts

Value

Captive planned after 2012

1 Population base year is 2009


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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Consultancy & Technical Studies

Technical Due Diligence

O&M Joint Venture Partners / Investors

Water & WW Operations

Capital Program Management

ICT – Implementation of Technology Solutions

  • Infrastructure Development

  • Water Distribution Networks & House Connections

  • Wastewater Collection Networks

  • Wastewater Treatment Plants




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CAPEX & OPEX REQUIREMENTS

FOR 2012 – 2020 (KSA)

Combined Water & Wastewater

TOTAL = 249 Billion SAR

Requirements for Wastewater

TOTAL = 133.9 Billion SAR

Requirements for Water

TOTAL = 115.1 Billion SAR


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Budget Estimates for 2012

City Business Units


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Achievement Highlights of 2011

2011

Projected KPI Results

Capital delivery Improvement and Project Acceleration


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Launching one of the biggest Sewage Infrastructure Project worth more than SR 8 Billion in JEDDAH

2011

Highlights of Major Accomplishments/ Success Stories

  • Project completion reduced from 5 to 3 years.

  • Massive connections with 120,000 houses in 2 phases

  • Coverage increase from 22% to 72%.

  • A total of 2,500kilometers of pipelines, mainlines, tunnels, etc.

  • Opening of (4) WWTP with combined capacities of 450,000 m³ /day, plus Al Khumrah 4 capacity of 360,000 m³/day brings the total treatment capacity for Jeddah to 1,000,000 m³/day

  • The biggest Lift Station in the region with capacities topping 1,000,000 m³/day and a depth of 80 meters.


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NWC ventures into Renewable Energy for 2 new WWTP worth more

2011

Highlights of Major Accomplishments/ Success Stories

  • Living up to its strategy in the sustainable management of the environment, NWC had started construction of the 1st WWTP equipped with “combined heat & power generation” – Al Kharj WWTP to serve Riyadh w/ 200,000 m³/day capacity and generation capacity of 2.5 megawatt

  • Bidding process for another heat-to-power WWTP in Jeddah Airport 2 has commenced which will, after completion, be the 2nd biggest plant in its kind in the Middle East with a generation capacity of 7 megawatt and treatment capacity of 500,000 m³/day.


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THANK YOU worth more