Presentation on theme: "PhW / Palyja / June 07 Delivering Water to West Jakarta PALYJA Presentation to CCF By Philippe Wind, Technical Director PALYJA JUNE 2007."— Presentation transcript:
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Delivering Water to West Jakarta PALYJA Presentation to CCF By Philippe Wind, Technical Director PALYJA JUNE 2007
PhW / Palyja / June 07 PALYJA – Water Concession Company established in 1998 for west Jakarta •Private company, 50% Suez Environnement, 50% Astra •Under concession contract with DKI, managed by PAM •Full scope of service: –Water treatment, distribution pipes Network, customer –Deliver water to the people connected –Standard “air bersi” •Money collected used to pay all water costs: –water resources –operating costs –Investments PALYJA employs directly 1400 people, serve 380 000 accounts for around 2,5 million people. Produce 700 000 m3/day to deliver continuous supply at above 7,5 M of pressure. PALYJA invest around 20 mio USD/year.
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Cawang = 5.4 m3/s (Average) 4,7 m3/s (dry s.) Bekasi = 19 m3/s (ave~wet s.) 17 m3/s (dry s.) Cikarang = 26 m3/s (ave~wet s.~dry s.) 53 m3/s (Ave ~ wet s.) 50 m3/s (dry s.) Raw Water Supply from WTC Target supply to PALYJA: 6.2 m3/s
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Not supplied in the peak hours Supplied only few hours a day Not supplied, no water Water supply by Areas Network Pressure by Areas Low Pressure 0 – 0.3 Medium 0.3 – 0.7 High Pressure 0.7 – 1.0 High Pressure > 1.0 Water Shortage in West Jakarta
PhW / Palyja / June 07 • Current Demand fo JKT : 1.500.000 m3/day • Demand satisfaction : 79 % • Unmeet demand : 21 % • Physical Losses : 25 % •Commercial losses : 23 % • Population growth : 0.7 % per year WATER DEMAND deficit and losses
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Current Situation of Water Supply DescriptionTPJPALYJADKI Jakarta PAM61,8%53,7%57,6% Pumps31,7%37,9%35,0% Hydrants6,5%8,4%7,5% Total100% Water User in PALYJA and TPJ Area :
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Current Situation of Water Supply Pressure at House Connections : AreaPressure (bar) % PALYJANorth. - Western 0 – 0.332% Central Jkt0.3 – 0.726% Southern Jkt0.7 – 1.042% TPJNorthern Jkt0 – 0.344.6% Central Jkt0.3 – 0.725.7% Middle – Part of Southern Jkt 0.7 – 1.029.7%
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Losses and continuity of service •Commercial losses is a big part of total losses •Lack of continuity of service strongly degrade commercial losses as: –Unhappy customer may seek for illegal connection –Customer may modify his installation to get more water and affect or bypass metering –Management has more difficulties to differentiate metering and bill anomalies from lack of supply A minimum pressure above 7,5 M at connection level will lead to continuous supply and bring strong improvement in reduction of commercial losses.
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Water Quality and Drinking water objective •Drinking water status cannot be fulfilled without the preliminary conditions : –Full time pressurized network –Decrease of physical losses –Sufficient production facilities in stand-by to provide treatment process improvement (All these conditions are related to avoid contamination of the network) –Constant raw water quality
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Key issues for future •estimated 20% water deficit between supply and demand. •Reduction of physical losses not enough to cover the deficit, commercial losses represent water consumed. •strong need to bring additional water resources to meet water demand •Increase in resources will lead to better continuous supply that will improve quality and reduce losses •several possibilities to get additional resources to improve water service and meet demand for Jakarta
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Domestic connection Official figure Illegal users Hydrants + p - Z%/year + LPCD + p + LPCD + p - X%/year + Z%/year + X%/year Pumps + p - Y%/year + Y%/year Population demand Demand satisfied
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Tenjo Alternative to study WTP to locate
PhW / Palyja / June 07 WATER SUPPLY PLAN FROM KARIAN DAM SERANG and CILEGON Karian Dam (14.6) TENJO P. PANJANG SERPONG TANGERANG KSCS 1 : 9.1 6.2 2.9 6.2 Ciuyah Tunnel 9.1 Ciujung River (Unit : ㎥ /s ) 5.5 ※ ※
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Investment, legal and economics
Contractual Relationship DKI Jakarta Administration PAM JAYA Customers Regulatory Body Independent Transparent Accountable PALYJA Co-operation Agreement DPRD Legislative
Economics and Tariff OPEX CAPEX Financing (OPEX & CAPEX) Tagihan Air ( Cashflow ) Costs Full-cost recovery General costs •Water Charge Indexation •Tariff Adjustment based on Governor DKI Jakarta Decree T FPPR :PAM Jaya, RB, MOF, DKI (PALYJA’s Revenues) C K R T = C + K + R Water Charge
PhW / Palyja / June 07 PALYJA : Potential & constraints Investment Financing cash flows Inflation Tariff Get more Raw Water Build pipes, connections, treatment Operate and maintain Employees, knowledge Provide more water, increase coverage Improve service, customers satisfaction Reduce losses Manage costs
PhW / Palyja / June 07 Conclusion PALYJA is planning and implementing necessary actions to improve service, quality and coverage for west Jakarta. Additional water resources are necessary but are possible with involvement of all parties Continuation of investment is needed Impact on medium term will be significant for population health and well being Thank You !