3Genesis of Aba IPPDecember 2000 – Geometric Power Limited (GPL) (sponsor and developer of Aba IPP Project) launches the Abuja 22MW Emergency Power PlantMarch 2004 – President Obasanjo approves GPL’s Aba IPP as first privately financed projectMay 2004 – Minister of Power and Steel, MD/CEO of NEPA and GPL sign an MOU to build the Aba IPP according to the President’s directiveApril 2005 – Minister of Power and Steel, MD/CEO of NEPA and APL sign an agreement for the lease of NEPA assets in Aba by APL for 15 yearsAugust 2005 – President allocates supply of gas for the Aba IPP in the National Gas Master Plan
4Project BackgroundCurrent situation – Industries and other consumers presently depend on expensive diesel generation for a substantial part of their production because of inadequacy of the power supply from the national gridAba IPP Project – Will supply reliable power to industries, commercial businesses and residential homes in Aba through construction and operation of 140 MW gas fired power plantDownstream – Construction of own industry-centred distribution lines: several industries poised to expand production capacity if reliable low-cost power supply is assuredOther Customers – Commercial and residential consumers to receive power through distribution lines in “ring-fenced” network leased from PHCN
5Project Description Structure Island model disconnected from the national grid and serving industrial and residential customersPower StationInstalled capacity of approximately 140 MW comprising 3 gas fired open cycle turbines with opportunity for expansionEPC Contractor to construct, install and commission power plant on turnkey basisSubsequent procurement of O&M ContractDistribution Lines33 KV distribution lines to be constructed from power station to supply reliable power to GPAL Customers through seven distribution substations
6Project Description (Cont.) Substations33 KV Power Station substation with eight outgoing 33 KV Feeders to be constructed for evacuation of power generated at the Power StationNew Distribution SubstationsFour distribution substations to be constructed within the city of Aba and equipped each with 2x15 MVA 33/11 KV transformers to supply power to GPAL customersOsisiomaOgbor HillFactory RoadPort Harcourt Road
7Project Description (Cont.) Leased Distribution SubstationsThree distribution substations (each equipped with 2x15 MVA 33/11 KV transformers) leased from NEPA to supply power to residential and commercial customers through APLNEPA Aba Control SubstationNEPA Power Station SubstationNEPA Umuode Substation
8The Clean Energy Project Nigeria's first Clean Energy Carbon Project to benefit from the Clean Development Mechanism ("CDM") established under the Kyoto Protocol.Project has qualified for $9 million carbon grant from the Community Development Carbon Fund (CDCF) (set up by the World Bank).
9Carbon FinanceGeneral term applied to financing under which a Fund/entity seeks to purchase greenhouse gas emission reductions ("carbon" for short) to offset emissions in the OECD.Under Carbon Finance arrangements (or ERPA) a clean development project in a developing country can "sell" carbon credits, obtained by replacing more polluting projects, to buyers in industrialised countries seeking to meet their Kyoto obligations to reduce emissions in those countries.
10Community Development Carbon Fund A public-private partnership of governments and 16 companies and organisations managed by the World Bank.Designed to provide communities in developing countries, and in particular least developed countries, with an opportunity to benefit from new investments in renewable energy and clean technologies that aim to reduce greenhouse emissions and mitigate effects of climate change, while improving the welfare of the communities involved.Community development benefits of ABA Project include access to electricity, construction of a school, health centre and a road for the surrounding communities of Aba Plant.
12ABA IPP Power Delivery Model Gas SupplierGas Transporter
13Allocation of Power Plant Capacity Unregulated CustomersAt least 60% to industries directly via new GPAL owned distribution lines and substationsRegulated CustomersUp to 40% to residential and commercial customers via APL leased PHCN distribution lines and substations
14Power Purchase Agreements Unregulated SupplyEach industry off-taker will sign PPA with GPALEach industry off-taker will provide payment security in the form of revolving bank guaranteeIndustry off-takers will pre-pay for one month supplyTariffsRegulated SupplyEach customer will sign a Standard Connection Agreement (with APL)Customers will use pre-pay meters
15Gas Supply Requirement Plant requires ~43 mmscf/day Supply Primary fuel is natural gas supplied through a pipeline from Imo River and the gas gathering field in Owaza and ObigboGPAL will sign a GSA with Gas SupplierTransportationTo be transported through a new pipeline constructed by separately procured gas transporterGPAL will sign a Gas Transportation Agreement with Gas Transporter
16ABA CLEAN ENERGY CARBON PROJECT Bruce Johnston FIRST IPP IN NIGERIAABA CLEAN ENERGY CARBON PROJECTBruce Johnston