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“Moving Towards Philippine Energy Independence”
28 October 2004
Secretary Vincent S. Pérez
Department of Energy
Energy Sector & the Clean Air Act
29 – prohibits the manufacture. convey or otherwise dispose of. import.ENERGY SECTOR & THE CLEAN AIR ACT Impact on the Philippine Downstream Oil Industry Sec. 26 – sets the specifications for all types of fuel and fuel-related products Sec. sell. in any manner leaded gasoline . 27 – regulates the use of any fuel or fuel additive Sec. offer for sale. introduce into commerce.
5 min 9 psi max 0. 2000 01 Jan. 2003 01 Jan.ENERGY SECTOR & THE CLEAN AIR ACT Philippine Downstream Oil Industry Fuel Unleaded Property Aromatics Limit 45% max 35% max Specifications 01 Jan.20% max 0. 2003 Benzene 4% max 2% max 87.30% ma 01 Jan.05% max 01 Jan. 2000 01 Jan. 2001 * Accelerated implementation to November 2003 . 2001 01 Jan. 2001 01 Jan. 2001 01 Jan. 2001 01 Jan. 2004* Anti-Knock Index Reid Vapor Pressure Sulfur Automotive Diesel Fuel Industrial Diesel Fuel Cetane No. / Index Sulfur 48 min 0.
Energy Independence Package .
Increase oil and gas exploration Aggressively develop renewable energy potential such as biomass. solar. wind and ocean resources Increase the use of alternative fuels Form strategic alliances with other countries Strengthen & enhance energy efficiency and conservation programs .ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE 5-Point Plan 1. 5. 3. 2. 4.
Amerada Hess & Occidental Petroleum PCR-2 to be launched in 2005 .ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE (1) Increase Oil & Gas Exploration Intensive promotion of oil & gas exploration 1st Philippine Contracting Round (PCR-1) launched in August 2003 offering 46 contract areas 2 blocks bidded by BHP Billiton.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE (2) Renewable Energy Development To be the world‘s leader in geothermal energy Active promotion of geothermal exploration through Geothermal Bid Round — 10 prospective geo sites with 300 – 510 MW potential capacity — Bidding due by November 2004 .
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Renewable Energy Development To be the largest wind power producer in SEA Launched the first ever wind investment kit for 16 wind power areas with 345 MW potential capacity in June ‗04 First commercial 1.1 MW winddiesel hybrid project in Batanes in Aug. Ilocos Norte to come on stream by end-2004 Philippine Wind Energy Potential Map . ‗04 Northwind‘s 25MW Wind power project in Bangui.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Renewable Energy Development To be the region‘s solar manufacturing hub Cypress Sunpower‘s $300-Mn solar manufacturing plant Inaugurated in March 2004 Initially to produce some 8 million wafers equivalent to 25 MW Expected to increase to 150 MW by 2007 CEPALCO‘s 1.082 kWp PV Plant in Cagayan de Oro Largest grid-connected PV plant in developing world In tandem with 7 MW hydro plant .
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Renewable Energy Development Biomass Potential Estimated Biomass fuel potential of 131 MMBFOE annually from: Bagasse Ricehull Forestry Products Coconut Animal Waste Municipal Waste .
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Talisay Bioenergy Cogeneration plant to utilize waste product of sugar cane Host facility is First Farmers Holding Corporation (FFHC) Consists of 2 x 85 t/h boilers delivering steam at 65 bars and 480°C and a single condensing steam turbine generator unit with a rating of 30 MW Commercial operations by August 2006 .
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE (3) Alternative Transport Fuels Push for the promotion & fast track commercialization of alternative transport fuels: Natural Gas through the Natural Gas Program for Public Transport (NGVPPT) Ethanol as gasoline blend Coco Methyl Ester (CME) as diesel blend .
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Alternative Transport Fuels: Nat Gas as the Fuel of Choice Infrastructure development BatMan 1 & spur lines by 2007 LNG Terminal by 2010 Transport Sector CNG buses to start plying major routes of Manila to Laguna by May ‘05 8 local bus operators signed purchase contracts for 160 units of CNG buses from China .
‗04 PNOC-EDC launched on 27 October its Small-Scale CME Plant in UP Diliman Development of Ethanol as gasoline blend Cooperation with Thailand Sugar industry launched the Philippine Fuel Ethanol Alliance Petron to introduce pre-blended ethanol in the local market . vehicles signed in Feb.ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Alternative Transport Fuels: Ethanol & Coco Biodiesel Acceleration of the Coco Bio-Diesel Program Memo Circular 55 to utilize coco diesel on gov‘t.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE Alternative Transport Fuels: Hybrid Cars DTI & DOE coordinating to promote assembly & importation of hybrid vehicles Toyota Prius: First Hybrid Car in the Philippines .
China and Indonesia as primary coal suppliers .ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE (4) Forging Strategic Alliances Cooperation with Thailand for biofuels Joint development efforts on upstream exploration with neighboring countries Russia as a new oil supplier Australia.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE PACKAGE (5) National Energy Efficiency Conservation Program (NEECP) DOE to push for mandatory implementation of nationwide energy efficiency & conservation program Fuel conservation through economy runs. etc. anti-idling. electrical devices & equipment Shift to energy-efficient lighting . vehicles. carless day. Expand scope of energy labeling to other appliances.
Fuel Efficiency & Conservation Program Electricity Efficiency & Conservation Program . 2.ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONSERVATION 2-Pronged Program Launched on 24 August 2004 to make energy efficiency & conservation as a way of life 1.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONSERVATION Specific Goals To cushion the impact of rising energy prices To reduce expenditures on fuel & electricity without sacrificing productivity (by 10% for government agencies) To contribute to the protection of the environment .
Renewable Energy Policy Framework .
RENEWABLE ENERGY Overall Policy for RE Development Renewable Energy Policy Framework launched in August 2003 Policy bias towards the development and utilization of renewable energy Promote more private sector participation in RE development Encourage the use renewable energy in rural development & offgrid electrification RE projects ―priority‖ for special incentives through the BOI‘s Investment Priorities Plan .
1 geothermal energy producer in the world Be the No. 1 wind energy producer in SE Asia Double hydro capacity Be the solar cell manufacturing hub in ASEAN New contribution of biomass.RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY FRAMEWORK Long-Term Objective Increase RE-based capacity by 100% Be the No. solar and ocean by 100 MW Increase non-power contribution of RE to the energy mix by 10 MMBFOE within the next ten years .
200 2. Ocean 2002 1.147 .931 2.131 5.518 0 0 2012 3.468 417 131 TOTAL 4.698 9. in MW Target Additional Capacity 1.449 4.950 417 131 Geothermal Hydro Wind Solar. Biomass.RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY FRAMEWORK 10 – Year Targets.
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