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PRESENTATION 6,600 MW Gaddani Pakistan Power Park N A ZUBERI CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER PAKISTAN POWER PARK MANAGEMENT COMPANY LIMITED Nov 18, 2013 PRESENTATION.

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1 PRESENTATION 6,600 MW Gaddani Pakistan Power Park N A ZUBERI CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER PAKISTAN POWER PARK MANAGEMENT COMPANY LIMITED Nov 18, 2013 PRESENTATION 6,600 MW Gaddani Pakistan Power Park N A ZUBERI CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER PAKISTAN POWER PARK MANAGEMENT COMPANY LIMITED Nov 18, 2013

2 CONTENTS 2 Power Demand and Supply Why Power Park at Gaddani Salient Features of Pakistan Power Park at Gaddani Park Conceptual Layout Business Model Projects Parameters Cost Estimates Investors Interest Progress on Pakistan Power Park at Gaddani

3 POWER DEMAND & SUPPLY ANALYSIS 3 NTDC has projected a demand of 31,757 MW by the year During Year 2012: Maximum Capability of the system was MW (4 th October 2012) Maximum Demand was (23 rd June 2012) Maximum Supply was 14,756 MW (August 2012) Maximum Load shedding was 8393 MW (17 th June 2012) Even if the maximum capability of MW is assumed, the country would still need additional MW (net) be required by the year Therefore there is need to evolve a blue print for development of base load mega projects private sector or public Sector

4 POWER PARK INITIATIVE 4 Problem: Huge shortfall in base load of approx. 10,000 MWs by 2020 Hydropower: Although cheap in the long run, but suffers from Long gestation period Seasonality and plant factor of 50% or less Gas: Imported gas, LNG, is much more expensive than coal. Solution: Only Coal or Nuclear power can address this deficit. Coal is only viable option.

5 WHY POWER PARK AT GADDANI 5 Salient Features of the Location: Gaddani has been earlier recommended by three reputable independent consultants: For Wapda: Study conducted by Shanigan Integ in 1986 for 4,000 MWs For Mitsui/Malakoff: Study by Sargent & Lundy in 2006 for 1,200 MWs For AES Corp: Study by PB Power in 2006 for another 1,200 MWs AES and Mitsui recommended 660 MWs, supercritical, pulverized coal platform. Gaddani potential: Approximately 6,600 MW

6 PAKISTAN POWER PARK – APPROVAL /SALIENT FEATURES 6 The Prime Minister of Pakistan approved the concept of 6600 Pakistan Power Park at Gaddani on July 26, The Pakistan Power Park will have Dedicated jetty, 2x 660 MWs in Public Sector 8x 660 MWs to be developed as IPPs and Common facilities of jetty, coal conveyer system, cooling water, switchyard, ash disposal, transmission infrastructure and residential facilities. Pakistan Power Park Management Company Limited (PPPMCL) will be responsible for developing and maintaining all infrastructure at Pakistan Power Park.

7 Jetty 660 MW Public Sector Housing & Amenities Common Switchyard 660 MW IPP Common Water Supply Ash Disposal and Recycling it into Useful By Products Cooling Water Intake 660 MW Public Sector 660 MW IPP Shipping and Coal Supplier Separate Coal Storages (Live) for each IPP (maintained by each IPP separately) Pakistan Power Park: Typical Configuration Subject to Consultants review. Breakwater 660 MW IPP 660 MW IPP 660 MW IPP 660 MW IPP

8 CONCEPTUAL VIEW OF POWER PARK

9 COAL DELIVERY SCHEME

10 10 Pakistan Power Management Company - Jetty - Cooling Water - Land - Switch Yard IPPs CPPA Coal Supplier Service Sharing Agreement IA PPA CSA GoB Land GoP NTDC Transmission Line CSA: Coal Supply Agreement PPA: Power Purchase Agreement IA: Implementation Agreement BUSINESS MODEL

11 1,800 Acres Pakistan Power Park Figures are Approximations. Not drawn to scale. Land ownership, public / private, might have changed..

12 About 5000 acres of land will be required for Pakistan Power Park. GOB to provide land as equity in Project company. THE PROJECT SITE

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14 LANDAREA (acres)PERCENTAGE GOVERNMENT % PRIVATE % LANDAREA (acres)PERCENTAGE GOVERNMENT % PRIVATE % PERAC (State Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Corporation Iran-Pakistan) % AREA IN PERCENTAGE LAND OWNERSHIP CLASSIFICATION LAND OWNERSHIP CLASSIFICATION

15 Indicative parameters based on previous studies at Gaddani Land 5000 Acres Coal Requirements; 10 x 660 MW20 Million Tons Coal Consumption0.335 Kg/Kwh At 80% Plant Factor4242 Tons/day At 60% Plant.Factor3182 Tons/day Coal Calorific Value6117 k.cal/kg Quantity of Ash 9.25 Million Tons/Year (at 80% P.F) 15 PARAMETERS OF POWER PARK AT GADDAI

16 Water Requirements for Gaddani Power Park Cooling Water flow to Condenser7931 cusec Sea water flow to desalination 25 cusec Potable Water Supply to Plant cusec Waste Water Flow cusec Total7965 cusec Plan Efficiency42% 16 PARAMETERS OF POWER PARK AT GADDAI

17 Sea Depth Distance from Shore Line Sea Depth 1.7 km 5 m 3.5 km 10 m 5.25 km 15 m 7.0 km 20 m Ship SizePanamaxCapsize Pana Max60,000 Tons100,000 Tons 17 PARAMERTERS OF POWER PARK AT GADDANI

18 Khuzdar 600 KV HVDC NTDC: Proposed Park Power Evacuation Plan JAMSHORO

19 Pakistan Power Park: Major Components Jetty and related marine infrastructureUSD 500 – 700 million Parks onshore infrastructureUSD 100 million Transmission LineUSD 3 – 4.43 billion 2x660 MW Project in public sectorUSD 1.8 billion 8x660 MW Projects in private sectorUSD 7.2 billion TotalUSD 13.8 billion Note: These are very Preliminary and Rough Estimates and will change considerably as design is finalized and costs are firmed up. INDICATIVE INVESTMENT ESTIMATES

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21 Steering Committee Overseeing Under Prime Minister Transmission Line Gaddani-Lhr. Fsd 600 KV HVDC NTDC Power in Public Sector 2 x 660 MW & Import of Coal GENCO PPPMCL Dev., Operation & Maintenance of Park BOD, CEO, PD Power in Private Sector 8 x 600 MW & Import of Coal IPPs PAKISTAN POWER PARK RESPONSIBILITIES

22 Prime Minister of PakistanChairman Federal Finance Minister Member Federal Minister for Water & PowerMember Federal Minister for Petroleum & NRMember Chief Minister BalochistanMember Special Assistant to Prime MinisterMember Mr. Shaukat TarinMember Secretary Water & PowerMember STEERING COMMITTEE

23 Exemption from Corporate Income Tax, Turnover Tax and Withholding Tax, no Sales Tax, only 5% concessionary Import Duty on plant & equipment not manufactured locally GOP Guarantees obligations of power purchaser and provinces GOP provides protection against Political Force Majeure, change in law and Change in duties & taxes GOP allows 18% Return on Equity for coal based power projects. Payment of compensation in case of termination due to GOP Event of Default Tariff adjustments for variation in currency exchange rates and fuel prices Tariff indexation for inflation (US CPI & Pak WPI) Government ensures conversion of Pak Rupee & remittance of foreign exchange for project-related payments Standardised Implementation and Power Purchase Agreements clearly delineating risks between various stake holders. 23 INCENTIVES FOR INVESTORS INTERESTED IN DEVELOPMENT OF POWER PROJECTS AT PAKISTAN POWER PARK GADDANI

24 International Competitive Bidding Pursuant to Guidelines 2010 Upfront Tariff to be Determined by NEPRA for Gaddani Power Park MODALITIES FOR PROCESSING PRIVATE POWER PROJECTS

25 PAKISTAN POWER PARK: INVESTOR INTEREST (1/3) Following Investors have shown interest in power projects in Gaddani Power Park offices: JV M/s Qatar Investment Company (QINVEST) SEPCO III Electric Power Construction Corporation, Senior Officers Power Construction Corporation of China, Senior Officers Doosan Power Systems India Pct. Ltd., Senior Officers Hyundai Engineering Co. Ltd., Senior Officers NEXIF (InfraCo) Management Pte. Ltd. Seniors Officers Tritek Engineering (Pvt) Ltd., Senior Officers Premium Energy, Senior Officers Harbin Electric International Co. Ltd., Senior Officers China Gezhouba Group Corporation, Senior Officers Mitsui & Company Ltd., Senior Officers House of Habib Karachi M/s J-Energy (M/s Bright Eagle Enterprises Group Limited) M/s Galaxy Renewable Electric Co. (Pvt.) Limited

26 M/s China Energy Engineering Group Co. Ltd M/s Global Benefit Sdn. Bhd. Nippon Koei Co. Ltd. China National Electric Equipment Corporation (CNEEC) Group of Investors from Italy Eurocon International General Trading (LLC) Nurol Group Turkey Techno Promo Export - Russian Viviridis JCP Group – China Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited Pows China International Inter Rao Engineering Taba Group, Karachi Ali Baqr Dubai China Power International Nishat Group of Companies PAKISTAN POWER PARK: INVESTOR INTEREST (2/3)

27 Following Investors visited PPPMCL office: SEPCO III Electric Power Construction Corporation, Senior Officers Power Construction Corporation of China, Senior Officers Doosan Power Systems India Pct. Ltd., Senior Officers Hyundai Engineering Co. Ltd., Senior Officers NEXIF (InfraCo) Management Pte. Ltd. Seniors Officers Tritek Engineering (Pvt) Ltd., Senior Officers Premium Energy, Senior Officers Harbin Electric International Co. Ltd., Senior Officers China Gezhouba Group Corporation, Senior Officers Mitsui & Company Ltd., Senior Officers PAKISTAN POWER PARK: INVESTOR INTEREST (3/3)

28 Momentum generated NESPAK hired as the Consultant who has completed Site Survey, Topographic Survey, and Revenue Survey; whereas it has started preparation of Master Plan & Feasibility study GoB work on land acquisition in progress. A committee has been constituted to formulate Private Power Transmission Policy Many Investors have approached PPIB for issuance of LOI/LOS. PROGRESS – POWER PARK AT GADDANI

29 Thank You PAKISTAN POWER PARK


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