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OPWP 16 January 2017

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Transcript of OPWP 16 January 2017

HSE Monthly Update
Gas Consumption per MWh - MIS
OPWP constantly strives to ensure that the latest projects procured provides a greater Gas Consumption per MWh generated ratio.
Contact Information
Telephone
Fax
Website
E-mail
2017 - Procurement Activities & Expected Project Milestones

+968 24 508 400
+968 24 399 946
www.omanpwp.com
opwp.communication@omanpwp.com
Water Production
For the month of October, 2016, the average desalinated water produced by OPWP projects equaled to around 801 Thousand cubic meters per day.
Daily Peak Demand - Main Interconnected System
MIS peak demand for electricity reached
6,105
MW on 12 of June 2016.
Ongoing Tenders
Currently, there are no opened tenders for sale.

For more information kindly ask to speak to our Procurement Supervisor
Last update: 15 January 2017
Daily Peak Demand - Dhofar Power System
DPS peak demand for electricity reached
532
MW on 26 of May 2016.
Last update: 15 January 2017
Last update: 8 Jan 2017
Last update: 15 January 2017
Last update: 15 January 2017

OPWP is currently working on 15 separate IP(W)Ps Within 2017 and it’s also working on its first Solar IPP Project.
Gas Consumption - MIS
Total gas consumption in MIS at the main power & desalination plants in 2015 was about 7.4 billion Sm3.
Whereas in 2016, the gas consumption in MIS reached 7.06 billion Sm3.
Last update: 15 January 2017

Human Resources
Said bin Abdullah Al Siyabi has appointed as Acting Project Manager within Project Development Dept.
Energy News From Around the World
Last update: 19 December 2016
Saudi Arabia signaled it’s ready to cut oil production more than expected, a surprise announcement made minutes after Russia and several non-other OPEC countries pledged to curb output next year.

"This is shock and awe by Saudi Arabia," said Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd. in London. "It shows the commitment of Riyadh to rebalance the market and should end concerns about OPEC delivering the deal."

Oil prices have surged more than 15 percent since OPEC announced Nov. 30 it will cut production for the first time in eight years, rising this week briefly above $55. The price rise has propelled the shares of energy groups from Exxon Mobil Corp. to shale firms such as Continental Resources Inc.
Saudis Signal Deeper Cuts After Deal With Non-OPEC Countries
Source: Bloomberg. Posted on December 10, 2016.
A transformation is happening in global energy markets that’s worth noting as 2016 comes to an end: Solar power, for the first time, is becoming the cheapest form of new electricity.

This has happened in isolated projects in the past: an especially competitive auction in the Middle East, for example, resulting in record-cheap solar costs. But now unsubsidized solar is beginning to outcompete coal and natural gas on a larger scale, and notably, new solar projects in emerging markets are costing less to build than wind projects, according to fresh data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

This year has seen a remarkable run for solar power. Auctions, where private companies compete for massive contracts to provide electricity, established record after record for cheap solar power. It started with a contract in January to produce electricity for $64 per megawatt-hour in India; then a deal in August pegging $29.10 per megawatt hour in Chile. That’s record-cheap electricity—roughly half the price of competing coal power.
World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That's Cheaper Than Wind
Source: Bloomberg Technology. Posted on December 15, 2016.
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