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1 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 1 Nordic Business Breakfast 10 th December 2014

2 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 2 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

3 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 3 o Population: mil o GDP (Nominal): USD billion o Per capita: USD 630 o GDP Growth Rate : 7.5% (2013) o Exchange Rate USD/MT: MOZAMBIQUE

4 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 4 MACRO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT World Economy GDP growth Rate (%) Euro Zone Asia (China e Índia) Sub-Saharan Africa Mozambique World Inflation Rate (%) Euro Zone Sub-Saharan Africa Mozambique

5 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 5 10 MAIN FDI SOURCES IN 2013

6 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 6 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

7 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 7  Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) : The national power utility wholly owned by the state responsible for the generation, transmission, distribution and commercialization of electricity throughout the country.  Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB) : Owned by Moçambique Government (92,5%) and REN / Portugal (7,5%) is the Independent Power Producer (IPP) responsible for the generation of electricity in Cahora Bassa (2075 MW)  Mozambique Transmission Company (MOTRACO) : Independent Transmission Company (ITC), Owned 33.3% by EDM, 33.3% ESKOM and 33.3% SEB with the responsibility to supply electricity to MOZAL and wheel power to EDM and SEB of Swaziland Energy Outlook for Mozambique Electricity Supply Industry

8 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro Districts Electrified Districts Electrified 15 Districts Electrified Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector electrification and coverage

9 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 9 Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Access to electricity – on grid

10 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 10 Moçambique is after South Africa the highest new connection rate per Year in SADC with an average of new connection in the last 3 years Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Customer base and new connection

11 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 11 PastPresentFuture 2020 Novas centrais e linhas de transporte para responder a demanda 2014 All capital provinces connected to the national Grid 1977 Only 3 capital provinces connected to the national Grid Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Transmission National Grid Expansion

12 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 12 Cahora Bassa contributes with 94% of the power balance Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Historic power balance

13 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 13 Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector National demand

14 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 14 Planned Capacity will exceed peak demand by Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector regional demand

15 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 15 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

16 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 16 Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector EDM Organisation

17 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 17 Government and Regulator Extend the access to electricity to the population Extend the access to electricity to the population Promote “cheap energy” for economic development Promote “cheap energy” for economic development Institutional development and regulation of the electricty sector Institutional development and regulation of the electricty sector Donnors and Financiers Clients / market Before Present & Future Ensure medium and long term energy needs and access to natural resources Ensure medium and long term energy needs and access to natural resources Competitiveness of the energy sector in the Country Competitiveness of the energy sector in the Country Promote private initiative Promote private initiative Operational management efficiency Operational management efficiency Finance de development of the electricity system in the Country Finance de development of the electricity system in the Country Funding predominant under Concessional Scheme Funding predominant under Concessional Scheme Regulated tariff system Regulated tariff system Economic and Financial viability on the investment (PPP) Economic and Financial viability on the investment (PPP) Cost reflective Tariff and or Cost recovery mechanism Cost reflective Tariff and or Cost recovery mechanism Governance, transparency, Governance, transparency, Access to basic energy services and low tariffs Access to basic energy services and low tariffs Surplus capacity of infrastructure in transmission Surplus capacity of infrastructure in transmission Excess of energia Excess of energia Availability / Service / Quality of Supply / Industrialization Availability / Service / Quality of Supply / Industrialization Transmission Capacity on the Limit / constrains Transmission Capacity on the Limit / constrains Déficit of power and new generation plants Déficit of power and new generation plants Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector The new paradigms….

18 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 18 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

19 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 19 The Mozambique natural resources and the least cost options Mozambique Natural Resources: Hydro

20 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 20 Mozambique is the second country in Southern Africa with the biggest hydro potential Mozambique is the second country in Southern Africa with the biggest hydro potential The potential in Zambezi river is beyond MW and only 2075 MW is in operation at Cahora Bassa South Bank The potential in Zambezi river is beyond MW and only 2075 MW is in operation at Cahora Bassa South Bank The total unexplored hydro potential in Mozambique is close to MW out of which in Tete province The total unexplored hydro potential in Mozambique is close to MW out of which in Tete province Mozambique is the second country in Southern Africa with the biggest hydro potential Mozambique is the second country in Southern Africa with the biggest hydro potential The potential in Zambezi river is beyond MW and only 2075 MW is in operation at Cahora Bassa South Bank The potential in Zambezi river is beyond MW and only 2075 MW is in operation at Cahora Bassa South Bank The total unexplored hydro potential in Mozambique is close to MW out of which in Tete province The total unexplored hydro potential in Mozambique is close to MW out of which in Tete province Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Hydro natural resources

21 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 21  Mozambique Coal reserves are believed to be amongst the world’s largest, and a strong investment currently being made in the sector, particular in the Tete Province  Moatize Coal basin poised to become the World’s newest major export coal basin  2 large scale projects already in mining activity (20 to 50 Mtpa)  Additional large scale coal projects in exploration (Ncondezi, Jindal, Rio Tinto, Zambeze, Revuboe, etc..)  Potential + 50 Mtpa of export coal by 2025 The coal proven reserves can produce more than MW, base load power for 30 years Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Coal natural resources

22 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 22  The only gas fields currently in production in the country are located in Temane, in Inhambane province  The gas is exported and transported by pipeline to South Africa by SASOL, a South Africa Company  27 MGJ are allocated for power generation  > 100 MGJ is for export to South Africa  Currently, EDM, SASOL, Investec, Aggreko, Gigawatt and MGC are developing generation power projects  Around 350 MW will be Installed until 2016 in Ressano Garcia (Border with South Africa) Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector gás natural resources

23 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 23  2011 and the first months of 2012 saw the announcement of successive large finds of natural gas in Mozambique offshore.  Such potential of natural gas identified is corresponding to 150 to 200 trillion cubit feet.  The size of the natural gas finds in the Rovuma basin could turn Mozambique into Africa’s second large exporter of natural gas in 2019/20  Medium and large scale power generation plant could be installed in the north of Mozambique (> 2000 MW)  Possibility of large scale development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector Gás natural resources

24 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 24 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

25 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 25  EDM created in 1977 with monopoly for GX, TX & DX (except for HCB)  Law for Public Enterprise approved in 1991 (Lei Nº. 17/91)  EDM transformed into a Public Enterprise in 1995  Electricity Act approved in 1997 (Lei Nº. 21/97)  Electricity Regulation Decree approved in 2000 (Decreto 08/2000)  Tariff System Decree 29/2003  EDM designated Manager of the National Transmission Grid and System Operator in 2005 (43/2005)  Private Partnership Law for Infrastructure (Decree nº 15/2011) Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector regulatory framework

26 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 26 Natural Resources  Proven Gas reserves  Proven Coal Reserves  Proven firm Hydro Renewable Reserves Financing  Corporate balance  Possible to refinance after COD Hydro Base  No FSA  Long Term PPA Thermo Base (Coal)  Coal as a waste product from mining Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector comparative advantages

27 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 27 Moatize (300 MW) Mphanda Nkuwa (1500 MW) CTRG (175 MW) Boroma (200 MW) Lúrio (120 MW) Cahora Bassa Norte (1245MW) Lupata (600 MW) Massingir (25 MW) Benga (300 MW) Mavuzi 2 & 3 (60 MW) Alto-Malema Kuvaninga (40 MW) Gigawatt (100 MW) Aggreko (222 MW) Temane (400 MW) Ncondezi (300 MW) Palma (ENI) (75 MW) ELECTROTEC (30 MW) Generation Expansion Plan > 2020 CTM (100 MW)

28 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 28 Power Balance and energy Mix

29 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 29 Power Balance and energy Mix (Short and Medium term)

30 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 30 Power Balance and energy Mix (Medium and long term)

31 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 31 Until 2020 Gás will contribute with 42% of energy Power Balance and energy Mix (Medium and long term)

32 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 32 Road map of EDM equity financial participation

33 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 33 Project development tracking matrix

34 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 34 Table of Content 1.Macro economic indicators 2.Electricity Sector Industry 3.Present and future challenges 4.Natural Energy Resources 5.Generation Expansion Plan 6.Conclusion

35 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 35 1.The Electricity Sector will required more than 3 bUSD in the next 5 years to sustain energy demands 2.Concessional, Commercial and Private equity funding will be required 3.GoM will play a determinant role to Develop the ESI, including but not limited to project promotion 4.There is in place adequate regulatory framework and conducive for Independent Power Producers of electricity (IPPs) 5.Gás will be a Game changer on ESI and determinant for Gás to Power initiatives 6.EDM is going to a process of complex initiatives that needs special kills, competence and good Governance 7.Cost reflective tariffs will be fundamental to sustain the Investment required Outlook Of Mozambique Power Sector conclusions

36 ELECTRICIDADE DE MOÇAMBIQUE, E.P. com energia construimos futuro 36 Thank You


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