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Agenda

1 Introduction
2 Nigeria – an overview
3 The Clarke Energy Model
– Nigeria
4 Ghana- Gas Master Plan
5 African territories
Introduction
to the
company

Established 1989 in UK as a
engine service company

Turnover of £232m in 2014

>1000 employees worldwide

ISO accreditation

9001 Quality
14001 Environment
OHSAS 18001 – Health &
Safety

Queen’s Award for


International Trade 2014
2002 2013
First
Acquired Orient
Jenbacher
Energy Bangaldesh,
sales into
Agaricus & GE
Africa
2008 Southern Africa
Service
1989 Tunisia
Established in the
UK as engine
service company

2003 2011
Acquired Cogen Algeria
India

89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

1991 2012
ISO accreditation 2004 Distributor
1998 Acquired for
Australia, Jenbacher Tanzania
New Zealand, France
Nigeria

2014
2005 Queen’s Award
for Enterprise –
GE
International
acquires
Trade
Jenbacher

Company
history 2005
Ireland
Territories
& Offices
Clarke Energy

• Has one product & one


focus: the GE Jenbacher
engine range
• GE Jenbacher distributor
& service provider in 16
countries
• Over 4.4GWe of Jenbacher
installed in our territories
• Turnkey EPC contractor,
responsibilities include
– Control systems
– Civil works
– Buildings & enclosures
– Acoustics & ventilation
– Balance of plant
– Wiring & piping
• Full maintenance,
operation & overhaul
services
MW Sold/Installed
1000

SG - Methane Rich Gas


SG - Furnace
SG - Gasification
800
NG - Peaking stations
NG - Hospitals
NG - Greenhouses

600 NG - Industrial
NG - Residential / District
NG - Commercial
NG - IPP
400 CG - WMM
CG - AMM
CG - CSG/CBM
BG - Sewage
200
BG - Landfill
BG - Wastes
BG - Agricultural

0 AG / flare gas
MW Sold/Installed
1000

800

600 Special gas


Natural gas
Coal gas
Biogas
400
Associated gas

200

0
Nigerian Example
Nigerian Economy
Strengths Weaknesses

• Substantial hydrocarbon • Heavy dependence on oil


resources revenues (90% of exports, 20% of GDP,
80% of fiscal revenues)
• Considerable agricultural
potential • Limited refining capacity
leading to burdensome imports
• Most populous African country
• Poor infrastructure
• Low external debt
• Ethnic and religious tensions
• Banking sector largely
consolidated thanks to reform • Corruption and insecurity
hamper business environment
launched in 2009
• Unemployment, poverty,
inadequate health and
education systems.
1950 2000 2050
229.8 million 881.1 million 2.21 billion

Southern Africa Southern Africa

South Africa DRC Tanzania South


Africa Tanzania
DRC
East
Rest of Africa
Africa
West Africa East
Rest of Africa
Ethiopia Africa
Nigeria
123.4m West Africa
Kenya
Ethiopia
Nigeria
Nigeria’s population in 2050 392.1m
Kenya
projected to be 1.7 times the 97.6m
population of the whole of
Africa in 1950

Population Growth
12

10

Nigeria
% Change

4
USA
2
UK

0
2000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012 2013
-2 [e] [f]

-4

-6

GDP Growth
Nigerian Risk Factors
Factor Comment
Government Authoritarian regime and corrupt
Travel Many areas unsafe and not
recommended for travel
Finance High credit risk and corruption
Natural gas
fuelled
captive
power

Natural gas
fuelled IPP Clarke Energy Sales &
Service Office

Planned gas transmission


/ distribution line

Existing gas transmission


/ distribution line

Nigeria Associated
petroleum gas (flare
gas) power plant
Clarke Energy Office &
Service Hub

Captive power plant

Independent Power Producer

Natural gas fuelled


IPP

Natural gas fuelled captive


power plants

Clarke Energy Office

Lagos sites
Turnover 2011

Turnover 2012
AUSTRALIA
/ NEW
UK, 33.7% ZEALAND /
CHINA,
34.3% AUSTRALIA /
NEW
NIGERIA, ZEALAND,
UK, 32.0%
4.0% 26.8%
FRANCE /
TUNISIA,
INDIA, 5.5% 21.7%

IRISH NIGERIA,
REPUBLIC, FRANCE /
7.1% TUNISIA,
0.6%
27.3%

IRISH
REPUBLIC, INDIA, 5.4%
1.3%

Growing contribution
• 4 types of engine
• 330-9,500 kWe output
• High electrical efficiency
• Robust, reliable performance

GE Jenbacher Gas
Engines
Gas Engine Module Basics
Landfill gas
Sewage gas
Coal gas

Associated
gas
Combined
heat
& power

Gasification

Greenhouses Biogas

Applications
Gas engine energy
balance
Conventional Power Plant

Fuel Electricity for


(100%) transmission
(35%)

Supplied electricity
Generation/heat Transmission Losses (efficiency) 33.5%
losses (65%) (1.5%)

Gas-fuelled CHP plant

Fuel Electricity (45%)


90%
(100%) Efficiency
Useful Heat (45%)

Generation/heat losses (10%)

Why CHP & Embedded Power?


150%

100%

70%

Gas engine Gas turbine Diesel engine

Investment costs
comparison
up to ~ up to ~
49% 48%
35%

Gas engine Gas turbine Diesel engine

Mechanical Efficiency
Comparison
200%

100% 120%
80%

Heavy fuel
Diesel
Gas engine Gas turbine Diesel engine

Service and
maintenance costs
60.000
hours

40,000

20,000

Gas engine Gas turbine Diesel engine

Maintenance
procedures
CHI,
Nigeria

Captive Power Plant


4 x J612,
7.65MWe
Flour Mills of
Nigeria

Captive Power Plant


Largest flour mill in Africa
11 x J620
33MWe
Impco
Nigeria

Natural Gas to Electricity


2 x J320,
2MWe
Guinness
Ogba

Captive Power Plant -


Trigeneration
Largest Guinness Brewery
outside Ireland
9.3MWe
GHANA
Gas Related Discoveries in Ghana

• Ghana has an anticipated Gas reserve of about 6.4 TCF made up of


2.2TCF of associated gas and 4.2TCF of non-associated gas.

• Some gas related gas discoveries include Tweneboa-Enyenra-Ntomme


Complex, Sankofa, Dzata, Teak, Paradise, Gye Nyame, Hickory North,
Almond, Beech, Pecan

• The Jubilee Field produces an average of 120MMscfd of associated gas per


day. Approximately 10MMscfd is used to as fuel for the production
Platform (FPSO Kwame Nkrumah
GHANA GAS PROPSSED
CONECTIONS
Cameroon
• Clarke Energy is the authorised distributor and service partner for GE’s
Jenbacher gas engine in Cameroon. Clarke Energy is committed to
delivering high-quality installations and to providing reliable, accountable,
long term maintenance support for your generation equipment.

• Guinness Cameroon is already grid gas connected and has considerable


experience now of off grid electricity production

• Clarke Energy has proposed a Co-Generation system to Guinness


Cameroon to produce Electricity, Steam and Hot Water from on site
electricity generation
Kenya
• Pioneering development for biogas in Kenya – First biogas engines
supplied by Clarke Energy and GE Power & Water into Sub-Saharan Africa.

• Waste to power – Biogas will be produced from an agricultural anaerobic


digester processing wastes to give power and fertilizer.

• Renewable & sustainable power – 2.4MW of renewable electricity to be


produced in rural Kenya providing power to the local farm and surrounding
area, enough to power 5-6,000 typical homes. The engines will operate in a
combined heat and power (CHP) configuration increasing the overall plant
efficiency, through the recovery of heat which will displace diesel normally
used in the heating of greenhouses at the farm.
Lake Naivasha Kenya
South Africa
• Clarke Energy is the authorised distributor and service provider for GE’s
Jenbacher gas engine in South Africa. Formed from the acquisition of
Agaricus Trading (Pty) Ltd and GE’s Jenbacher South African Service
business in 2013 Clarke Energy provides support to southern Africa from
service and sales offices in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Johannesburg.

• There is significant potential for natural gas-based cogeneration and


trigeneration. Key South African names including MTN and ABSA Towers
have opted for the benefits of high efficiency gas engine based-power

• The South African gas to power market is unique thanks to the significant
base of industrial furnaces. Jenbacher gas engines have been successfully
installed at a number of ferro-metal and calcium carbide plants leading to
the country being a centre of significant knowledge in the installation and
maintenance of gas engines operating on furnace gas
South Africa
Mozambique
• Clarke Energy is the authorised distributor and service provider for GE’s
Jenbacher gas engine in Mozambique.

• Clarke Energy’s ethos is one of aftersales support; delivering high levels of


equipment availability through the development of a strong local service
presence with in-country parts supply.

• Mozambique has some of the largest deposits of natural gas in Africa. The
country also has a significant demand for power. Natural gas as a source of
power is a logical solution. Jenbacher gas engines can be utilised both for
captive power plants for industry and independent power producer stations

• Clarke Energy currently serves Mozambique from its South African Hub
Clarke Energy GE Jenbacher
Product Support Network
Clarke Energy

James Hobday
James.Hobday@clarke-
energy.com

www.clarke-energy.com