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Country Report on Progress of Power Development Plans and Transmission Interconnection Projects

MYANMAR

Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam 21.11.2008

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(1) (2) (3) (4) Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector Status of Electricity Demand and Supply Progress in Power Development Program Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Neighbors

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Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector


Ministry of Industry Ministry of Industry-I 1st April, 1975 Ministry of Industry-II 1st April, 1975 Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C)

Electricity Supply Board (E.S.B) Oct, 1951 Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C) 16th Mar, 1972

Ministry of Electric Power (M.O.E.P) 15th Nov, 1997


In order to effectively carry out to fulfill the electricity requirement for the economic

Ministry of Energy (MOE) 12th April, 1985 Electric Power Corporation (E.P.C) Myanma Electric Power Enterprise (M.E.P.E) 1st April, 1989 Ministry of Electric Power-I (M.O.E.P-I) Ministry of Electric Power-II (M.O.E.P-II)

development, nation-building and multi-sector development tasks, the Ministry of Electric Power has been reorganized as two Ministries viz Ministry of Electric Power No.1 and Ministry of Electric Power No.2 on 15 May, 2006.

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Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector(Cont:)

Organization Chart for Ministry of Electric Power No. (1)


Minister

Deputy Minister

Department of Hydropower Planning Projects & Generation Planning Economics Planning General Administration

Department of Hydropower Implementation Administration Planning & Works Material Planning Finance Machinery Electrical & Mechanical Installation Construction 1 Construction 2 ... ... Construction 7 Investigation Design & Technology Maintenance

Hydropower Generation Enterprise Engineering Division Material Planning Finance Administration

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Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector(Cont:)

Organization Chart for Ministry of Electric Power No. (2)


Minister

Deputy Minister

Department of Electric Power Projects & Power Generation Planning Power System Strategic Planning Economic Planning General Administration & Human Resources Planning

Yangon City Electricity Supply Board Engineering Material Planning Administration Finance

Electricity Supply Enterprise Engineering General Services Material Planning Administration Finance

Myanma Electric Power Enterprise Power Transmission Projects Power System Thermal Power Material Planning Administration Finance

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Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector(Cont:)

Responsibilities for Ministry of Electric Power No.1


Development of new hydroelectric power projects. Operation and maintenance of existing hydroelectric power stations and coal fired thermal power station. Selling the electricity to the Ministry of Electric Power No.2

Responsibilities for Ministry of Electric Power No.2


Planning and implementation of transmission lines and sub-stations compliance with the generation plan of both ministries Operation and maintenance of gas turbines, combined cycles and thermal power stations. Purchasing the electricity from the Ministry of Electric Power No.1 Planning and implementation of distribution system and selling the electricity to the end users

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Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector(Cont:)

Regulatory Frame Work


As electricity business has been subsidized by the government long ago, Ministry of Electric Power No.1 and No.2 in accordance with the guidance of the government take the responsibilities of regulator. Challenges in REGULATION Policy of Myanmar Power Sector is changing gradually towards privatization Regulation for new system is not ready yet and a lot of regulatory challenges ahead Opportunity to learn experiences of other ASEAN countries on regulatory issues

Private Sector Participation


Local investors are allowed to participate in the scheme of Independent Power Producer (IPP) for medium hydropower projects The MOU on Thaukyegat(2) Hydropower Project (120 MW) was signed between MOEP(1) and Asia World Company Limited on 2nd May 2008. The MOU on Baluchaung No.(3) Hydropower Project (48 MW) was signed between MOEP(1) and High Tech Concrete Technology Company Limited on 2nd May 2008.

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(1) (2) (3) (4) Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector Status of Electricity Demand and Supply Progress in Power Development Program Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Neighbors

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Sr 1 2 3

Status of Electricity Demand and Supply


W

Installed Capacity for National Grid System


Type Hydro Electric Gas Turbine Steam Turbine Total Nos. of PS 14 9 6 29 Installed (MW) 885.0 549.9 285.0 1719.9

17%

51% 32%

Hyd r o Elect r i c

G as T ur b ine

St eam T ur b ine

1 2

MOEP-I MOEP-II Total

15 14 29

1005.0 714.9 1719.9

Hydro Electric Gas Turbine Steam Turbine


E/UMMK/Project/Spec;/MOEP2/Now Exis;&Future

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Status of Electricity Demand and Supply (Cont:)

System Installed Capacity


Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 MW 800.4 835.4 847.4 956.0

1008.5 1038.5 1038.5 1546.9 1546.9 1546.9 1571.9 1719.9

MW

976.0

2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0
1996 1997 1998

System Installed Capacity

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Year

2008

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Status of Electricity Demand and Supply (Cont:)

System Peak Generation


Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 MW 660.8 682.6 665.2 715.5 721.1

System Peak Generation 1200 1000 800

MW

692.5 701.2 708.3 864.0 966.4 995.7 1005.0 1061.2

600 400 200 0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year

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Progress in Power Development 37 Program


N W E

Power Stations
Nos. of Power Station Existing Under Construction Future Total 29 29 14 72 Installed (MW) 1,719.9 19,413.8 13,971.5 35,105.2

There is no Under Construction Project and Future Plan for new Gas Turbine and Steam Turbine.

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Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:) Under Construction Hydro Electric Power Projects
Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Kun Phyu Shwekyin Kyeeon Kyeewa Myithar Thahtay Upper Keng Tawng Buu Ywa (Lower) Upper Sedaw Gyi Myogyi Yeywa Upper Paung Laung Ann Thaukyegat-2 Anyarpya Project Name Capacity (MW) 60 40 75 74 40 102 52.5 42 60 24 790 140 15 140 9.3 Remark 70% 70% 65% 66.2% 24.5% 6% 12.5% 1.8% 46% 67% 27% 5% Asia World, BOO -

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Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:) Under Construction Hydro Electric Power Projects
Sr. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Yarzagyo Tamanthi Tasang Nancho Hutgyi Ayeyarwaddy Myitsone Ta Pein-1 Ta Pein-2 Shweli-2 Shweli-3 Upper Thanlwin Shwe Sar Yay Tanintharyi Baluchaung-3 Total Project Name Capacity (MW) 4 1200 7110 40 1360 4100 240 168 460 360 1400 660 600 48 19,413.8 Remark 22.1% 9%, NHPC MoU Pre Construction 26% Under FS CPI DUHD DUHD YUPD YUPD Hanergy Holding Group Ltd NHPC Italian-Thai High Tech Concrete Co.,

Myitsone (3) Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:) (4,100 MW)


W

Under Construction Hydro Power Station Projects

Htamanthi (1,200 MW) Upper Sedawgyi (60 MW) Manipu (380 MW)

Tapein-2 (168 MW) Tapein-1 (240 MW) Upper Thanlwin (1400 MW) Shweli-2 (460 MW) Yeywa (790 MW) Shweli-3 (360 MW) Upper Kengtawng (52.5 MW) Tasang (7110 MW) Baluchaung-3 (48 MW) Upper Paunglaung (140 MW) Nancho (40 MW) Thaukyekhat-2 (140 MW)

Shwesaryay (660 MW) Myitthar (40 MW) Buywa (42 MW) Kyeeon Kyeewa (74 MW) Ann (15 MW) Thahtay (102 MW) Kun (60 MW) Pyuu (40 MW) Shwekyin (75 MW) Hutgyi (1360 MW) Myogyi (24 MW)

Tanintharyi (600 MW)

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Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:)

Future Hydro Power Station Projects Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Yenan Khaung Lan Phu Phi Zaw Wu Sauk Chi Phway Laik Zar Sai Din Bilin Dayine Chaung Tha Kyet Lay Myo Manipura Upper Buywa Upper Yeywa Total Project Name Capacity (MW) 1200 2700 2000 1800 2800 1900 76.5 280 25 20 500 380 150 140 13,971.5

(3) Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:)


Future Hydro Power Station Projects
Laik Zar (1900 MW) Yenan (1200 MW) Khaunglanphu (2700 MW) Phi Zaw (2000 MW) Wu Sauk (1800 MW) Chi Phway (2800 MW) Manipura (380 MW) Upper Yeywa (2800 MW)

Upper Buywa (150 MW)

Laymyo (500 MW)

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Progress in Power Development 37 Program (Cont:)


Transmission Lines
Existing Under Construction Miles 1186 1206 1515 3907 kV 230 132 66 Total Nos. of Lines 15 6 2 23 Miles 599.15 98.67 52.74 750.56

kV 230 132 66 Total

Nos. of Lines 20 27 70 117

Substations
Existing kV 230 132 66 Total Nos. of S/S 23 25 52 100 MVA 2108 1013 939 4060 kV 230 132 66 Total Under Construction Nos. of S/S 8 2 5 15 MVA 865.0 135.0 62.5 1062.5

(3) Progress in Power Development Program (Cont:)


Under Construction T/L and S/S Projects

Transmission Line kV Existing Under Con: Sub Stations kV Existing Under Con: 230 132 66 230 132 66

(3) Progress in PowerFUTURE T/L and S/S PROJECTS Development Program (Cont:)
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Future T/L & S/S Projects

(3) Progress in Power FUTURE NATIONAL GRID SYSTEM Development Program (Cont:)
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Future National Grid System


MYITSONE (13360 MW)

HTAMANTHI (1200 MW)

220 FARKENT MYITKYINA 40 60

100

MOGAUNG

40

100 HOMEMALIN

70 85

HOPIN MOHNYIN

50

70

TAPEIN (2) ( 4x40 MW ) 10 BHAMO 35 70 80 32 15 SHWELI (2) ( 500 MW ) NAMKHAN SHWELI (1) (600 MW ) 60 50 UPPER THANLWIN TAPEIN (1) ( 4x60 MW ) MUSE

PHAUNGBYIN 230 TAMU INDAW

50

SHWEGU MAWLIGHT 90 70 35 THAINGIN 30 FALAM 20 HAKA 50 85 MYITTHA (40 MW) 10 20 KALE MANIPU (4x95 MW) 95 YE U SHWESAYAE 25 MONYWA OHNTAW 55 TAGUNTAING
4 5 .7 3 5.7

SHWELI (3) ( 400 MW ) KYAUKPAHTO 90 90 75 NGAPYAWDAING 36 THAPHANSEIK (30 MW) 90 MOEGOKE LETPANHLA SEDAWGYI (25 MW) 15 TAGAUNG

45 KUNLON 45

30 KALEWA

20

55 MOEMATE

MANSAN

26 LASHIO 23.1 HSIBAW

20 40

THEINNI MONG YAL LOI HSON TAUK

UPPER SEDAWGYI

430 120

75 28 50 40 MONG-HSU 38 MONG-NAUNG MINEYAN MINEKHAT 22 35 MINE PYIN 45 KHOLAM 95 UPPER KENG TAWNG KENG TAWNG (54 MW) 40 MINESAT 33 KENG TONG

GANTGAW

AUNGPINLE

NYAUNGBINGYI

KYETHI INDUSTRIAL YADANARPONE NAMLAN ZONE PYINOOLWIN KYAUKCHAW 32

120 PAKHANGE PAUK 35 SEMEKHON 35 PAKKHOKKU 19 KYUNCHAUNG (3x18.1 MW) PROJECT-N PROJECT-P 30 MRAUK-U BUYWA 35 60 MW MINBYA PROJECT-L 40 MONE 5 (3x25 MW) 75 120 50 MYEBON KYEEON KYEEWA (2x35 MW) NGAPHE 42.9 29 WAZI NYAUNGOO

55 INGON ( KYAUKSE ) 80 54.65

17.14 YEYWA 24.11 BELIN 69.61 MYOGYI 10

SHWESARYAN MONGKUNG 20 UPPER YEYWA 140 MW ZAWGYI-2 (2x6 MW) ZAWGYI-1 (3x6 MW) LOILEM 58 PINPET 44.3 13.09 NAMSAN 30.75 MOENAL 30 70

PALATWA UPPER BUYWA 150 MW BUTHITAUNG 35 15 KYAUKTAW MAUNGDAW YATHEDAUNG 30 SITTWE 20 20 PAUKTAW 50 PONNA GYUN 40 30 LAYMYO 500 MW 15

MINDAT

MYINGYAN STEEL MILL

KONHEIN

MYINGYAN 23.74 69.11 54.11

LAIHKA

NGATHAYAUK

KINDA (2x28 MW) AUNGTHAPYE 15 THAZI YINMARBIN 38.37 KALAW

27 73.88

CHAUK

BAGAN POZOLAN MEIKHTILA

74 45 MINEKHOT 2 X 135 MW 30

MINEYAUNG

TANYAUNG SALE MANN (2x18.45 MW)

KYAUKPADAUNG PAKHANNGE 95.9 MAGWAY

90

90 TATKON 150 (MRTV) PROJECT-M 4 38 27

20 YEPAUNGSONE HSAI KHAUNG 11

MINEPHAT 38 64 TACHELEIK 30

PROJECT-O SHWEMYO 30 TIKYIT

HSI-HSAING

25 17.1 MAWKMAI LINKHAE MONG-PAN

25 MINETONG TA SANG ( 7110 MW )

TAUNGDWINGYI 80 MALUN

ANN (15 MW) 50 KYAUK PHYU 75 45 40 YENGBYE 80 MAEI

12 SINPAUNGWE NAYPYITAW KALAMA AUNGLAN SHWEPANDAW KYAUKSWEKYO KYAWSWA 44 PYINMANA

12 NANCHO (48 MW)

200 UPPER PAUNG LAUNG (140 MW) BALUCHAUNG-1 (2x14 MW)

120 PROJECT-C

PAUNGLAUNG (280 MW) THEPHYU 165

BALUCHAUNG-2 (6x28 MW)

THAYET PYAY SINDE OKSHITPIN 25.7 50 25 22 40 95 KYEINTALI

PROJECT-K 100 KHAPAUNG (30 MW) KUN (60 MW) THAUK-YE-KHAT (150 MW) 15 4.5 4.3 59 20 YENWE (25 MW) ZAUNGTU (20 MW) 58 THATON (2x16.25 MW) (1x18.45 MW) 60 HUTGYI ( 1200 MW ) BAWGATA (160 MW) SHWEKYIN (75 MW) 25 TAUNGOO

SHWEDAUNG (3x18.45 MW)

TOUNGUP THAHTAY CHAUNG (102 MW)

THANDWE

MYANAUNG (1x16.25 MW) (1x18.45 MW)

PHYU (40 MW)

THARYARGONE 26

144 44

HINTHATA 80

MYAUNG TAGAR GWA YEGYI 2 No.(4) 22 FERTILIZER WARTAYAR YWAMA THARBAUNG 39.8 PATHEIN 35 KANGYIDAUNT 40 HLAINGTHARYAR ATHOKE SINMALAIK BAYINTNAUNG MYAUNGMYA

40.4 KAMARNAT HLAWGA 60 THAKETA

85 46 MYAINGGALAY 123 KAWKAREIK MYAWADI

7.34 THANLYIN THIDA AHLONE SEINPANMYAING KYAIKASAN 35

MAWLAMYINE (18 MW)

THANPHUZAYUT 82

LAMINE

Power Station Hydro-power Station ( Existing ) Hydro-power Station ( Future ) Gas Turbine Power Station ( Existing ) Steam Turbine ( Existing )

25 YE

50 KANPAUK 40 DAWE 35

Substation
KYAUKNEMAW

230 kV ( Existing ) 132 kV ( Existing ) 66 kV ( Existing ) 33 kV ( Existing ) 500 kV ( Future ) 230 kV ( Future ) 132 kV ( Future ) 66 kV ( Future ) 33 kV ( Future ) Transmission Line 230 kV ( Existing ) 132 kV (Existing ) 66 kV ( Existing ) 33 kV ( Existing ) 500 kV ( Future )

60

PALAUK 20 PALAW 30 MYEIK MAY YON

40

130

BOKPYIN

120

230 kV ( Future ) 132 kV (Future) 66 kV ( Future ) 33 kV ( Future )


KAWTHAUNG

Figures in red color near Transmission Lines indicate the line length in miles.

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(1) (2) (3) (4) Developments in Institutional / Policy Framework for Electricity Sector Status of Electricity Demand and Supply Porgress in Power Development Program Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Neighbors

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Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Laik Zar Neighbors

Yenan (1200 MW)

Khaunglanphu (2700 MW)

Phi Zaw (2000 MW) Wu Sauk (1800 MW)

(1,900 MW) Tapein-2 (168 MW) Chi Phway (2800 MW) Tapein-1 (240 MW) Upper Thanlwin (1400 MW) Shweli-1 (6x100 MW) Shweli-2 (460 MW) Shweli-3 (360 MW) Tasang (7110 MW)

Hydro Power Station Projects to Cooperate with other countries

Htamanthi (1,200 MW) Myitsone (4,100 MW) Manipu (380 MW) Shwesaryay (660 MW)

Hutgyi (1360 MW) Tanintharyi (600 MW)

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Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Neighbors (Cont:)

Shweli(1) Hydropower Co. Ltd. (SHPC)

Department of Hydro Electric Power Implementation (DHPI), MOEP-1 20% equity 10% profit share

15%

PPA

M.E.P.E Myanmar Power Grid

Joint Venture
Yunnan Machinery & Equipment Import & Export Corp: Hydro Lancang Co. Hexing Co. Ltd.

Shweli(1) Hydropower Co. Ltd. (SHPC)

100%

85%

PPA

Yunnan United Power Development Co. Ltd. (YUPD) 80% equity 90% profit share

YNPG Yunnan Power Grid

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Developments in Power Cooperation with GMS Neighbors (Cont:)


Shwe Li Power Station No.(1) Machine No.(2) Machine No.(3) Machine : 100 MW x 6 Nos. : 75 MW : 100 MW : 100 MW

Commercial Operation between MOEP-2 and YUPD start at 5th, November 2008. At the moment Myanmar use only free energy 15%. PPA between MOEP-2 and YUPD is under negotiation. Myanmar shall be entitled to purchase up to 300 MW. For Cross Border, 72 Hour Test Run successfully finished at (23.10.2008). Cross Border Commercial Operation does not start yet. Planned to start the Cross Border Commercial Operation with 100 MW.

Cooperation for a Better World

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