The 1st Workshop for APEC Initiative for Enhancing Quality of Electric Power Infrastructure 25 & 26 August 2015, AZSA Center Building, Tokyo, Japan1. Background
Energy demand is expected to rapidly increase in the Asia-Pacific region. Especially, electricity demand in Southeast Asian countries will increase by 140% between 2012 and 2035. It is estimated that about US$ 990 billion investment will be required in power sector in order to satisfy the electricity demand hike.
It goes without saying that not only short-term financial interest but also long-term and appropriate perspectives such as CO2 emissions reduction and resilience should be taken into consideration in selecting energy infrastructure. Even at the APEC Ministerial Meeting on November 2014, Ministers recognized that (i) lifecycle cost (LCC), (ii) environmental impacts, and (iii) safety such as resilience to natural disasters constitute the key elements of infrastructure quality, and agreed the APEC Guidebook on Quality of Infrastructure Development and Investment.
Based on the spirit of the Guidebook, with a view to developing high quality electric power infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific region, Japan has launched an Initiative for Enhancing Quality of Electric Power Infrastructure, which is mainly aimed at formulating a guideline for that purpose. The scope of the guideline we currently have in mind is as follows.
TARGET: The users of this guideline would be
government officials in charge of
electricity business and electric power
providers including national power companies and independent power producers (IPPs).
AIM: This guideline will provide important elements to be considered when developing individual high-quality electric power infrastructure such as power plants and energy transmission and distribution system.
ELEMENTS: The elements will include, but not limited to, the performance of infrastructure (e.g. efficiency,durability, resilience), externality (e.g.environmental impacts, safety, local involvement),
and lifecycle cost.
COVERAGE: This guideline will cover not only the selection of contractors but covers the whole
lifecycle from planning stage to operation
and maintenance (O&M) and end-of-life stage.
Day 1(Tuesday, 25 August 2015)
Day 1-Morning Session
|09:00-09:10||Opening Speech||Mr. Yota Ono, Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)|
|09:10-09:30||APEC Initiative for Enhancing Quality of Electric Power Infrastructure||Mr. Katsushi Takehiro, Director, Office of Global Strategy for Energy Industry, International Affairs Division ANRE, METI|
|09:30-10:10||Bad practices of Electric Power Infrastructure Investment/Development||Mr. Tetsuo Yagi, Senior Manager of KPMG AZSA LLC|
|10:10-10:40||Group Photo & Coffee Break|
|10:40-11:05||Briefing by APEC and ASEAN Representatives -Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects: Experience of Asia-Pacific Economies and Organizations|
|10:40-10:45||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in Canada||Canada|
|10:45-10:50||Chilean Experience in Developing Electric Power Infrastructure||Chile|
|10:50-10:55||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure in Malaysia||Malaysia|
|10:55-11:00||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in New Zealand||New Zealand|
|11:00-11:05||Development in Electrical Power Infrastructure||Peru|
|11:05-11:20||Developing of Electric Power Infrastracture in Indonesia||Mr. Sujatmiko, Secretary of Directorate General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia|
|11:20-11:45||Briefing by APEC and ASEAN Representatives -Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects: Experience of Asia-Pacific Economies and Organizations|
|11:20-11:25||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in the Philippines||The Philippines|
|11:25-11:30||Energy Situation and Power Infrastracture in Chinese Taipei||Chinese Taipei|
|11:30-11:35||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in Thailand||Thailand|
|11:35-11:40||DOE Electric Infrastructure Challenges and Opportunities||USA|
|11:40-11:45||Overview of Electricity Sector in Viet Nam||Viet Nam|
|13:00-13:30||Advanced Case of High Quality Electric Power Infrastructure Procurement||Mr. Reinhard Frigger, Director of KPMG Munich|
|13:30-13:55||Presentation by APEC and ASEAN Representatives-Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects: Experience of Asia-Pacific Economies and Organizations|
|13:30-13:35||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in Cambodia||Cambodia|
|13:35-13:40||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects in Laos||Laos|
|13:40-13:45||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects||Myanmar|
|13:45-13:50||Enhancing quality of Electric Power Infrastructure||ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)|
|13:50-13:55||Issues in Relation to Electric Power Infrastructure Projects: Experience of Asia-Pacific Economies and Organizations||Heads of ASEAN Power Utilities Authorities (HAPUA)|
|14:20-15:30||High Quality Electric Power Infrastructure Procurement from the Perspective of Electric Power Companies and Private Companies|
|14:20-14:45||Life-Cycle Cost:High Quality Electric Power Infrastrucutre from the Perspective of Electric Power Companies||Mr. Reinhard Frigger, Director of KPMG Munich|
|14:45-15:00||High Quality Electric Power Infrastructure Procurement from the perspective of Technology & Product Supplier||Mr. Masafusa Atsuta, General Manager, Business Development & Strategic Dept., Business & Strategic Planning Headquarters, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems|
|15:00-15:15||"Quality" Operation & Maintenance for APEC Guideline Importance of O&M Know-how||Mr. Tomitake Maruyama, General Manager, International Business Division, Fuel & Power Company, TEPCO|
|15:15-15:30||A Status of Control System Security in Japan||Dr. Seiichi Shin, President, Control System Security Center (CSSC)|
|15:30-16:00||ADB’s Policy and Practices in Financing High Quality Energy Infrastructure||Dr. Yongping Zhai, Technical Advisor (Energy), Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Asian Development Bank (ADB)|
Day 2 (Wednesday, 26 August 2015)
Day 2-Morning Session
|10:00-10:30||Elements of the "Quality of Electric Power Infrastracture"||Mr. Teruaki Tanaka, Senior Manager of KPMG AZSA LLC|
|10:30-11:20||−What an APEC Guideline for Enhancing Quality of Electric Power Infrastructure should be −Roles of APEC and Collaboration between the Asia-Pacific Economies in order to Enhance Quality of Electric Power Infrastructure||Participants (Moderated by Mr. Takato Discussion by Ojimi, the President of Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC))|
|11:20-11:30||Closing Speech||Mr. Takato Ojimi, the President of APERC|
Day 2 (Wednesday, 26 August 2015)
Site Visit:Tokyo Electric Power Company(TEPCO)
|13:00-14:00||Move to Kawasaki Thermal Power Station|
|14:00-15:35||Kawasaki Thermal Power Station|
|15:35-15:50||Move to Higashi-Ohgishima Thermal Power Station|
|15:50-17:00||Higashi-Ohgishima Thermal Power Station|
|17:00-18:00||Return to Tokyo Dome Hotel|