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MYANMAR COUNTRY REPORT FOLLOW – UP WORKSHOP ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION PRESENTER : SOEMYINT GENERAL MANAGER NO.1 LPGEXTRACTION FACTORY MINBU,

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1 MYANMAR COUNTRY REPORT FOLLOW – UP WORKSHOP ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION PRESENTER : SOEMYINT GENERAL MANAGER NO.1 LPGEXTRACTION FACTORY MINBU, MAGWAY DIVISION MYANMAR

2 MYANMAR LOCATION: BORDERS WITH - CHINAIN THE NORTH AND NORTH-EST - LAOSIN THE EAST - THAILAND IN THE SOUTH-EAST - INDIA THE WEST - BANGLADESH IN THE WEST. COASTLINE: IN THE NORTH – WEST IS INDIAN OCENA AND MYANMAR’S COASTLINE EXTENDS FROM WHERE MYANMAR AND BANGLADESH MEET, DOWNSOUTHWARDS ENDING IN THE SOUTHERN EXTREMITY WHERE MYANMAR AND THAIL AND MEET – MAKING A VERY LONG COASTLINE OF OVER 2000 KIL OMETERS. AREA: 680,000 SQUAREKILOMETERS. POPULATION: 52 MILION ( IN 2003 )

3 1.Introsuction Natural Resources   Natural Gas  Crude Oil  Coal  Hydro Power  etc.

4 Ministry of Energy Emphasis on : - Energy conseryation - Efficient utilization of energy - Sustainable economic growth

5 2. Energy Conservation Activities in Fertilizer Plant of Myanmar

6 Myanma Petrochemical Enterprise Urea Fertilizer Plant  Sa – Le (A) :205 mtpd  Sa – Le (B) :260 mtpd  Kyunchaung:270 mtpd  Kyawzwa:600 mtpd

7  Efficiencies become decreasing  Production losses and energy wastes  Kyawzwa fertilizer factory - Joint implementation with Chiyoda Corp. - Supported by NEDO, METI of Japan

8 3. Joint Implementation of Model Project On Energy Conservation in Fertilizer Plant.  MoU between NEDO,Japan and MPE on 30 July, 2000  Agreement on implementation document between Chiyoda,Japan and MPE on 29 September, 200

9 4.Plant Situation before Energy Conservation Technology Application

10  Reforming - High diff.Pressure in feed/steam super heater -High diff.Pressure in process gas cooler -High residual methane at 2ry reformer -High HT temperature  CO2 removal -Absorption capacity of CO2 becomes weak

11  Ammonia - Oil contamination in syn, gas & CO2 gas comp.out let - Ammonia prosuction rate decreasing - Waste Heat Boiler steam production decreasing

12  Urea -Performance of urea synthesis not enough - Potential recoverable energy not enough -Performance of liquid distribution in stripper not enough -Overall energy consumption was high

13 5. Energy Conservation Technology A.Ammonia plant  1.1Optimization of wste heat recovery system in ammonia / urea plant  1.2Energy recovery in CO2 removal section of ammonia plant  1.3Ammonia converter revamping and improve operating condition  1.4Hydrogen recovery in the purge gas from ammonia synthesis loop

14 A.Ammonia plant 1.1Optimization of waste heat recovery system in ammonia/urea plant 1.2Energy recovery in CO2 removal section of ammonia plant 1.3Ammonia converter revamping and improve operating condition 1.4Hydrogen recovery in the purge gas from ammonia synthesis loop

15 B. Urea plant. Improvement of performance of urea reactor and stripper in urea plant

16 Ammonia Plant sr,. No Description Energy Reduction 6 7 8 9 10 Redesign and replace Feed/Steam Superheater (03 Boo2Eo2) Install Expansion Turbine (05MT01)in CO2 Removal System Replace the packing in CO2 removl System with high efficiency type Replace ammonia converter catalyst with high efficiency type Replace WHB (08 E001)and Hot Heat Exchanger (08E002)in ammonia Syn loop 0.1Gcal/T.NH3

17 6.Contribution of Each Energy Saving Items Ammonia Plant Sr. No Description Energy Reduction 1234512345 Replace inner riser pipe of Sec.Reformer to stop leakage Install oil eliminator to catch oil entrained from Syn. Gas compressor Relace NH3 converter internal and NH3 Syn. Catalyst Replace WHB (08 E001) and Hot Heat Exchanger (08E002)in ammonia Syn loop Install H2 recovery unit (Membrane type) 1.5Gcal/T.NH3 70%

18 Ammonia Plant Sr. No Description Energy Reduction 11 12 Redesign and replace Process Gas Cooler (03-E001 ) Replace Gas Cooler ( 05-E001) (04-E002) Total Energy Saving for Ammoinia Plant 0.5Gcal/T.NH3 2.1Gcal/T.NH3

19 Urea Plant Sr. No Description Energy Reduction 1234512345 Replace internal trays in urea rector with high efficiency type Install Ammonia Feed Preheater (33E110) to recover heat from the steam condensate by heat exchange with feed Ammonia Install Evaporator 1 st stage Preheater (33-E401B) Replace internal trays in urea reactor with High efficiency type Replace internal distribution system of HP Stripper 0.4~1.2t/h 0.02~0.06Gcal/T.ure a 0.6 t/h 0.03 Gcal/T-urea 0.23Gcal/T-urea

20 Conclusion 11 Technologies6 Technologies for for Ammonia Plant Urea plant Ammonia Plant 12.26 Gcal/t-NH39.67 Gcal/t-NH3 Urea Plan 8.32 Gcal/t-Urea6.58 Gcal/t Urea Equivalent to Crude Oil Energy Conservation Apprx.25,800 t-crude oil/year F/S Report :20.6% Expected 20.9 %Apprx.26,300t-crude oil/year

21 Energy Efficiency Programs By Sector Industry -As Kyawzwa Fertilizer Factory Building -Natural Light -LPG For Cooking -Hydro, Bio, Wind Transportation- LPG, CNG Conclusion  Follow-up Workshop – Very Effective - Positive Improvement  Renewable Energy Training Course  Thank You.

22 Country : Myanmar Name : (1) Mr. Soe Myint (2) Mr.Nyo Win Selection of Two Lecture Courses 1. Energy Efficiency Program. - Industry 2. Renewable Energy Program - Bioenergy

23 Minister’s Office Minister Deputy Minister Department of Hydroelectric PowerDepartment of Electric PowerMyanma Electric Power Enterprise  Power Generation, Distribution Planning and New Project Planning  Economic Planning  General Administration and Human Resources Planning  Administration  Planning & Works  Material Planning  Finance  Machinery  Electrical & Mechanical Installation  Construction 1  Construction 2 ...  Construction 7  Investigation  Design & Technology  Maintenance  Transmission and Distribution  Planning  Hydropower Generation  Thermal Power Generation  Material Planning  Administration  Finance Organization Chart for Ministry of Electric Power

24 Installed Capacity (MW) as of May 2005 Grid SystemIsolatedTotalPercentage Installed Capacity 1619.97 105.231725.20100.00% Hydroelectric712.0033.68745.6843.22% Gas Turbine550.1010.90561.0032.52% Steam Turbines332.90- 19.30% Diesel24.97*60.6585.624.96% (* Stand by)

25 Total Units Sold for the Year 2004-2005 Units Sold (mill kWh) Industry1548.641 Domestic 1661.210 Bulk 604.325 Others 87.200 Total 3901.376

26 Total Units Generated for the Year 2004-2005 (P.A) Units Generated (mill kWh) Hydro2202.01 Steam 427.16 Gas2739.42 Diesel33.04 Total 5401.63

27 General Information 2006200720082009201020112012201320142015 Load (GWh)14714166331694017515212883024141560480195302664364 Peak (MW) 14251554169418462012 32184445519059617357 Unit-MW Type200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015 Hydro531745829119813981993257635144294469463169138 Gas Turbine 532 561 538 506 Steam Turbine202212194 182 Coal0120 Generation Capacity Demand Forecast Domestic products of natural gas and coal are used for power generation.

28 MW Generation Vs Load

29 Transmission Facilities The major electric power stations feed electricity into the National Grid System with 230 kV, 132 kV and 66 kV transmission lines and substations.  230 kV Transmission Line- 874 miles  132 kV Transmission Line-1165 miles  66 kV Transmission Line-1046 miles

30 Hydro Power Stations 1. Lawpita168 MW 2. BHP(1)28 MW 3. Kinda56 MW 4. Sedawgyi25 MW 5. Zawgyi(1)18 MW 6. Zawgyi(2)12 MW 7. Zaungtu20 MW 8. Thaphanseik30 MW 9. Paunglaung280 MW 10.Mone75 MW Gas Turbine Power Stations 11. Kyunchaung54.3 MW 12. Mann36.9 MW 13. Myanaung34.7 MW 14. Shwedaung55.35 MW 15. Ywama36.9 MW 16. Thaketa57 MW 17. Ahlone99 MW 18. Hlawga99 MW 19. Thaton50.95 MW Steam Turbine Power Station 20. Mawlamyaing12 MW 21. Tigyit120 MW Substations 22. Bhamo 23. Shwegu 24. Kyaukpahto 25. Ngapyawdine 26. Letpanhla 27. Monywa 28. Nyaungbingyi 29. Aungpinle 30. Mandalay 31. Pyinoolwin 32. Myingyan 33. Pakokku 34. Wazi 35. Nyaungoo 36. Sale 37. Aungthapye 38. Chauk 39. Thazi 40. Kalaw 41. Magwe 42. Taungdwingyi 43. Pyinmana 44. Thayet 45. Kyawswa MYANMA ELECTRIC POWER ENTERPRISE NATIONAL GRID SYSTEM Substations 46. Pyi 47. Sinde 48. Taungoo 49. Hinthada 50. Bago 51. YeKyi 52. Pathein 53. Myaungmya 54. Pha-an 55. Myaungtaga 56. Ingone 57. Kyaukpadaung 58. Pozoland 59. Ta-nyaung 60. Pakhannge 61. Ngaphe 62. Malun 63. Nyaungchedauk 64. Kyankhin 65. Myainggalay

31 Generation Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016 Sr.Project Name Location (MW)Unit Total Installed Capacity (Division/State)(MW) Hydro 1PyuBago Division20240 2KabaungBago Division15230 3KunBago Division20360 4YenweBago Division12.5225 5BawgataBago Division404160 6ThaukyegatBago Division503150 7ShwekyinBago Division25375 8YeywaMandalay Division197.54790 9ShweliShan State1004400 10KengtawnShan State18354 11B.H.P (3)Kayah State24248 12MawlaikSagaing Division1004400

32 Sr.Project Name Location (MW)Unit Total Installed Capacity (Division/State)(MW) 13NanchoMandalay Division24248 14ShwezayeSagaing Division1006600 15Upper PaunglaungMandalay Division702140 16HutgyiKayin State758600 17Thahtay ChaungRakhine State254100 18TanintharyiTanintharyi Division1006600 19TamanthiSagaing Division30041200 20BilinMon State704280 21TasangShan State711107110 Generation Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016

33 Transmission Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016 Sr.FromToVoltage (kV)Circuitmile 1YeywaShwezaryan2302,TB24 2YeywaMeikhtila2302,TB95 3YeywaKyaukse2302,TB30 4ShwezaryanKyaukse2302,TB25 5KyaukseMeikhtila2302,TB65 6MeikhtilaTaungdwingyi2301,TB105 7KyaukseMonywa2301,TB100 8ShwezaryanMeikhtila2302,TB95 9ShwezaryanAungpinle230116 10MeikhtilaThazi230116 11ShwedaungTaungoo2301,TB60 12KunTaungoo-Bago23016 13ThaukyegatTaungoo2301,TB25 14Taungoo-KyauktagaKamanat2301,TB150 15BawgataKyauktaga2301,TB20 16ShwekyinKyauktaga230140 17KamanatThanlyin2301,TB60

34 Sr.FromToVoltage (kV)Circuitmile 18ThanlyinThaketa2301,TB12 19MyauntagaShwedaung-Hlawga23016 20MyauntagaHlaingtharya2301,TB25 21HlaingtharyaYekyi2301,TB85 22HlaingtharyaBayintnaung2301,TB10 23ShweliMansan (Nammatu)2302,TB60 24Mansan (Nammatu)Shwezaryan2302,TB60 25PyuTaungoo-Kamanat23016 26KyaukseMonywa2301135 27KyunchaungChauk132127 28ThaziMyinchan132170 29B.H.P(3)Lawpita13216 30ThatonMawlamyaing132160 31KengtawnLoilin132160 32MeikhtilaTaungoo5001145 33TaungooKamanat5001150 34HutgyiThaton2302110 Transmission Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016

35 Sr.FromToVoltage (kV)Circuitmile 35HutgyiThailand2301 36KalewaMonywa2301100 37Upper PaunglaungPyinmana230115 38HlawgaShwedaung2301,TB146 39ShwedaungThahtay Chaung230190 40ShwezayeGantgaw2301100 41GantgawMatupi230160 42ShwezayeMonywa230220 43MonywaChauk2301100 44TasangMinesat132150 45TasangKengtawn132145 46TasangKengton1321150 47KalewaTamu132180 48MonywaYe U132150 49Ye UKantbalu132150 NanchoUpper-paunglaung2301 51TamanthiIndia5001 Transmission Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016

36 Sr.FromToVoltage (kV)Circuitmile 52TamanthiShwebo5001270 53ShweboMeikhtila5001175 54TasangTaungoo5001220 55TasangThailand5001 56Tasang-(Pinlaung-Kalaw-)Meikhtila5001250 57TamanthiMyitkyina2301120 58ShweboMonywa230165 59TanintharyiDawei2302140 60DaweiThaton2302220 61BilinKamanat-Thaton230110 62MyitkyinaPutao1321150 63DaweiYe1321100 64TanintharyiKawthaung1321200 Transmission Expansion Plan From Year 2005-2006 to 2015-2016

37 Cross Border Trading  Parties-DHP & EGAT Plc  Type of Generation-Hydro  Status-MOU was signed on 30 May, 2005 and under Feasibility Study Hydropower Development Projects on Thanlwin & Tanintharyi River Basins  Power utilization-partly for local partly for export to Thailand

38 Cross Border Trading  Parties-DHP, MDX & other Interested Parties  Type of Generation-Hydro  Status-Feasibility Study completed -Under negotiation to form JV Tasang Hydropower Project (10 x 711 )MW  Power utilization-partly for local partly for export to Thailand

39 MYANMA ELECTRIC POWER ENTERPRISE NATIONAL GRID SYSTEM PLAN IN FUTURE

40 Thank You For Your Kind Attention


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