1 CUI ; J40/13549/2013 Tel.: ; Fax: ANUNT referitor la modificarea ANUNŢULUI PUBLICITAR privind initierea procedurii de selectie de INVESTITORI in vederea implementarii proiectului strategic de interes national CENTRALA HIDROELECTRICA CU ACUMULARE PRIN POMPAJ (CHEAP) TARNITA LAPUSTESTI cu o capacitate de MW, in forma in care acesta a fost publicat la data de 07August 2014 pe pagina de internet a Societatii HIDRO TARNITA S.A., asa cum a fost modificat la data de 16 Octombrie 2014 ( Anuntul Publicitar ) NOTICE regarding the amendment of the ADVERTISING NOTICE for the initiation of the procedure for the selection of INVESTORS with a view to implementing the strategic project of national interest THE TARNITA-LAPUSTESTI PUMPED STORAGE HYDRO POWER PLANT (CHEAP) with a capacity of 1,000 MW, as published on 07 August 2014 on the webage of Societatea HIDRO TARNITA S.A., as subsequently amended on 16 October 2014 ( Advertising Notice ) Termenii utilizati cu initiala majuscula vor avea intelesul atribuit acestora prin Anuntul Publicitar. Referitor la Sectiunea D din Anuntul Publicitar (denumita Derularea Procedurii de Selectie ), Investitorii interesati sunt informati cu privire la urmatoarele modificari: (a) termenul prevazut la Sectiunea D, paragraful (7) din Anuntul Publicitar se prelungeste de la data de 27 noiembrie 2014, ora 10:00 (ora Romaniei) pana la data de 30 ianuarie 2015, ora 10:00 (ora Romaniei). Data si ora limita pana la care pot fi depuse documentele prevazute la Sectiunea IV din Documentatia pentru Precalificare, respectiv: (a) documentele de participare la etapa de precalificare (Plicul nr. 1); si (b) documentele de participare la etapa de negociere preliminara si neangajanta The capitalised terms hereunder shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in the Advertising Notice. As regards Section D in the Advertising Notice (referred to as Development of the Selection Procedure ), concerned Investors are informed in respect of the following changes: (a) the deadline specified under Section D paragraph (7) in the Advertising Notice is extended from 27 November 2014, 10 a.m. (Romanian time) to 30 January 2015, 10 a.m. (Romanian time). The deadline (date and time) for submission of the documents provided under Section IV of the Prequalification Documents, namely: (a) the bidding documents for the prequalification stage (Envelope no. 1); and (b) the bidding documents for the preliminary non-binding negotiation stage Hidro Tarnița SA Blvd. Carol nr. 29, etaj 4, , sector 2, București
2 (Plicul nr. 2) este 30 ianuarie 2015, ora 10:00 (ora Romaniei), acest termen fiind termen de decadere. (b) termenul prevazut la Sectiunea D, paragraful (8) din Anuntul Publicitar se prelungeste de la data de 27 noiembrie 2014, ora 11:00 (ora Romaniei) pana la data de 30 ianuarie 2015, ora 11:00 (ora Romaniei). Deschiderea plicurilor continand documentele de participare la etapa de precalificare (Plicul nr. 1) se va face la data de 30 ianuarie 2015, ora 11:00 (ora Romaniei). (c) termenele prevazute la Sectiunea D, paragrafele (9), (11) si (14) din Anuntul Publicitar urmeaza sa fie modificate corespunzator. Noile termene vor fi aduse la cunostinta Investitorilor interesati in cel mai scurt timp posibil, dupa stabilirea acestora de catre Comisia de Negociere si Implementare desemnata sa coordoneze Proiectul. Restul prevederilor din Anuntul Publicitar, care nu au fost modificate conform celor de mai sus raman valabile si executabile in forma in care acestea au fost prevazute in Anuntul Publicitar initial. (Envelope no. 2) is 30 January 2015, 10 a.m. (Romanian time) and such deadline accounts for disqualification term. (b) the deadline specified under Section D, paragraph (8) in the Advertising Notice is extended from 27 November 2014, 10:00 a.m. (Romanian time) until 30 January 2015, 11:00 a.m. (Romanian time). The envelopes containing the bidding documents for the prequalification stage (Envelope no. 1) shall be opened on 30 January 2015, 11:00 a.m. (Romanian time). (c) the deadlines specified under Section D, paragraphs (9), (11) and (14) in the Advertising Notice are to be amended accordingly. Concerned Investors shall be informed of the new deadlines as soon as practicable after they are set by the Negotiation and Implementation Commission appointed to coordinate the Project. The remainder of the provisions in the Advertising Notice, which have not been amended according to the above, continue to be valid and enforceable as stipulated in the initial Advertising Notice. Hidro Tarnița SA Blvd. Carol nr. 29, etaj 4, , sector 2, București
3 PROJECT PRESENTATION PUMPED STORAGE HYDROPOWER PLANT PROJECT PSHPP TARNITA LAPUSTESTI 2014 STRATEGIC PROJECT OF NATIONAL CONCERN 2014 Hidro Tarnita S.A. all rights reserved
4 IMPORTANT NOTE The presentation is drawn up by HIDRO TARNITA S.A. with a view to offering concerned Investors a general outlook of the Project, including general technical, economic, financial, commercial and legal aspects considered for the construction of Tarnita Lapustesti PSHPP. The presentation of the Project is substantiated on technical and financial items of the Feasibility Study elaborated by ISPH PD S.A. in 2008 and updated in 2014, which are the result of analyses, calculations, determinations and hypotheses of ISPH PD S.A. HIDRO TARNITA S.A. undertakes no liability or responsibility towards any other party. The items and data of the general presentation of the Project are informative and may be subject to serious amendments in time and may also be affected by unforeseen events, which may lead to a change of the results obtained and of the performance indicators of the Project; The results obtained in the Feasibility Study may vary depending on the final financing model agreed with the Investors and on their/other parties actions; HIDRO TARNITA S.A., the Ministry of Economy or the Romanian Government may not provide any guarantees whatsoever as to the accuracy or completeness of the information, forecasts, hypotheses in this general presentation of the Project, and none undertake any liability or responsibility in this respect; The Presentation is not prepared in order to offer a basis for the assessment of the Project and does not contain all information for the assessment of the Project. Concerned Investors must conduct their own analyses and investigations, deemed useful and must not rely exclusively on the data in the Project presentation; No liability or responsibility related to this document is or will be accepted by HIDRO TARNITA S.A., the Ministry of Economy or the Romanian Government or any of their partners, namely directors, middle managers, employees, representatives, advisors or agents and no responsibility pertaining to these is accepted for any of the information or opinions contained or for any errors, omissions or inaccurate statements.
5 GENERAL INFORMATION Scope: Construction of a pumped storage hydropower plant, in Tarnita Lapustesti area (Tarnița Lapustesti PSHPP) of 1,000 MW installed capacity. Approval documents: Romanian Government Memorandums approved within the meetings held on , , , Hydroelectric parameters: - NWL upper reservoir, Lapustesti storage 1, masl - NWL lower reservoir, Tarnita storage masl - Mean gross head m - Total installed flow in turbine mode cu.m/s - Total installed flow in pump mode cu.m/s - PSP equipping 4 reversible hydro-units - Total installed capacity 4 x 250 MW - Pumping cycle weekly Estimated investment cost: Estimated construction period under determination 5-7 years The information is from the feasibility study drawn up by ISPH PD SA in 2014.
6 ROLE AND ADVANTAGES Key project considering the growing portfolio of electricity generation from renewable sources, requiring the installation of additional balancing capacity. These shall be turned to account not only on the ancillary services market but also on the load variations balancing or power consumption market Power plant of strategic role, the first great dispatchable consumer qualified to participate at the NPS black-start in case of black-out Operational flexibility and capacity to give a fast response to load changes, following to provide power services in Romania and neighboring countries Enhancement of the operational conditions related to the large units from nuclear power plants, fossil-fueled condensation thermal power plants and cogeneration power plants, by electricity transfer from idle to peak (during night and week-end), reducing the consumption of fossil fuels, that are mostly imported Benefits for all the segments of the competitive market, through a positive impact on liquidity and price set on such markets
7 FUNCTIONS PROVIDED Electricity storage for a period of time Supply of ancillary services for Romania and neighboring countries (frequency power regulation, fast tertiary regulation, reactive power and operation in compensation mode) in order to meet the power quality standards NPS balancing, considering the major increase in the portfolio of renewable sources generation capacities (wind, solar etc.) which cannot be controlled, depending on the primary sources specific to each category Power supply in west of Romania, area characterized by a scarce production Increase of the safety conditions in NPS operation and its exploitation under better technical and economic conditions Sustainable alternative of the Romanian hydroelectric potential development considering the limited resources of raw material, in order to achieve cheap and non polluting energies
8 PROJECT LOCATION In the western region of Romania, at about 30 km distance of Cluj Napoca municipality At relatively equal distances from 2 nuclear power plants, Cernavoda in Romania and Pecs in Hungary.
9 PROJECT LOCATION SOMES RIVER BASIN, UPSTREAM OF CLUJ-NAPOCA MUNICPALITY HYDROELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT SCHEME Somesul Cald river, in the left bank adjacent to the current Tarnita storage, near Lapustesti locality, Rasca commune. The administrative territory of Rasca, Capusu Mare, Marisel si Gilau communes. Tarnita storage is commissioned since 1974 and belongs to the gravitational hydroelectric development scheme of Somesul Cald river.
10 PROJECT LOCATION Tarnita Lapustesti is the most favorable site studied in Romania, considering the following: Presence of Lapustesti plateau at 1,070 mdm average elevation on the left bank of Someșul Cald river, adjacent to the current Tarnita storage, plateau adequate for the construction of the upper reservoir (Lapustesti storage) quantity of excavation = quantity of fills Free site of upper reservoir, not occupied by human settlements Upper reservoir is not located on a natural protected area included in the European ecological networks - Natura 2000 in Romania Presence of the lower reservoir Tarnita storage of 15 mil. m3 active capacity An average gross head of m Length of the galleries is quite small (high pressure gallery1.1 km, low pressure gallery 1.3 km)
12 SYNOPTIC SCHEME
13 DESCRIPTION AND MAIN CONSTRUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
14 COMPONENT STRUCTURES OF DEVELOPMENT SCHEME Upper reservoir (Lapustesti storage) of 10 mil. cu.m capacity, located on Lapustesti plateau (NWL 1, masl) High pressure diversion, conveying the water between the upper reservoir and the underground powerhouse, consists in 2 galleries of 4.30 m inner diameter and 1,096 m length Underground powerhouse is located on the left bank of Tarnita storage and consists in the machine hall cavern, transformers cavern. Access and connection galleries, cable gallery and operating personnel access gallery are in between Electro-mechanical equipment from the powerhouse is made of 4 vertical Francis pump-turbine reversible units of Pi = 4 x 250 MW installed capacity, coupled to 4 motor generator reversible units, of kv rated voltage Low pressure diversion conveying the water between the powerhouse and the lower reservoir consists in 2 galleries of 6.20 m inner diameter and 2 x m length. Lower reservoir (Tarnita storage) of 15 mil. cu.m existing structure located on Somesul Cald river Connection to the National Power System (NPS) 2 OEL 400 kv Mintia and Gadalin of about 230 km total length
15 UPPER RESERVOIR LAPUSTESTI STORAGE PLANE VIEW Lapustesti upper reservoir is performed in a mixed solution, aiming at a better compensation of the embankments. Sealing of the upstream slope and of the reservoir bottom is made of bituminous concrete face of 16 cm thickness. Main features of the upper reservoir: Active capacity 10 mil. cu.m; Crest axis length 2,715 m; Crest width 7.00 m; Crest elevation 1, masl; NWL 1, masl; Minimum operating level 1, masl; Upstream slope gradient 1:1.8; Downstream slope gradient 1:1.8/1:2.8 with berms of 6.00 m. CROSS SECTIONS
16 HIGH PRESSURE DIVERSION LAPUSTESTI INTAKE PLANE VIEW High pressure diversion consists of: Lapustesti water intakes of polygonal type are located in a trap under the elevation of the reservoir bottom; Lapustesti intake valve house; High pressure diversion consists in two galleries of 1,096 m length and 4.30 m inner diameter each. LAPUSTESTI INTAKE CROSS SECTION
17 UNDERGROUND POWERHOUSE CROSS SECTION Machine hall cavern is 120 m length, 23 m width and 45 m height. Machine hall is served by 2 travelling cranes of 200/50 t capacity at the hook. Travelling crane is supported by a standalone structural work, with a clearance of about 16 m. 4 binary machines are placed into the powerhouse, with the following technical features Type reversible Francis with vertical shaft; Nominal net head in turbine mode 540 m; Maximum flow in turbine mode 53 cu.m/s; Maximum capacity at couple 260 MW; Nominal head in pump mode 560 m; Maximum flow in pump mode 38 cu.m/s; Maximum input power 258 MW; Runner specific diameter 3,800 mm; Rated speed 600 rpm; Counterpressure 70 m; Turbine shaft elevation masl;
18 UNDERGROUND POWERHOUSE Connection galleries between the two caverns are: Main access gallery between the two caverns, of 35 m length; 4 connection galleries, providing the connection between the generator and transformer; 4 draft tubes galleries; Draft tubes valves shafts; MACHINE HALL LEVEL Secondary connection gallery; Main access gallery, of about 1,070 m length and a gradient of 10%. It has the role to connect the underground and the outdoor installation platform; Cable gallery, of about 850 m length, houses the cables used for the power transportation at 400 kv, 110 kv and 20 kv voltage, having the role of secondary access and ventilation, as well.
19 UNDERGROUND POWERHOUSE TRANSFORMER CAVERN. SUBSTATION LEVEL masl Transformer cavern is of 117 m length, 19 m width and 22 m height and endowed with the following equipment: 4 power transformers, 280 MVA, 15.75/400 kv; 2 power transformers, 25 MVA, 110/15.75 kv, for the frequency converters supply; 1 power transformer, 10 MVA, 110/20 kv, for the 20 kv substation supply; Underground substation of 400 kv; Underground substation of 110 kv; Underground substations of 20 kv and 6 kv.
21 LOW PRESSURE DIVERSION Low pressure diversion consists of: 2 concreted galleries, of 1,325 m length each (between the surge tank downstream and the outlet) and of 6.20 m inner diameter; 2 cylindrical surge tanks, one for each gallery of the low pressure diversion; Tarnita outlet valve chamber, one for each gallery of the low pressure diversion; Outlets in Tarnita storage, located under the minimum operating level masl, equipped each with one trash rack. INTAKES AND INTAKE VALVE CHAMBERS. TECHNOLOGICAL PLATFORM PLANE VIEW DOWNSTREAM SURGE TANK GALLERY TYPE SECTION
22 LOWER RESERVOIR CURRENT TARNITA STORAGE Lower reservoir represented by the existing Tarnita storage, has the following specific parameters: Total capacity - 74 mil. cu.m; Active capacity - 15 mil. cu.m; Normal water level masl; Gravity center level masl; Minimum operating level masl. TARNITA DAM DOWNSTREAM VIEW Tarnita dam is located on Somesul Cald river, at the thalweg elevation of masl and it is a reinforced concrete double arch dam. TARNITA DAM UPSTREAM VIEW
23 ENERGY AND ANCILLARY SERVICES Given the task of framing the curve load of PSHPP Tarnita Lapustesti, according to the study drawn up by a professional designer and the simulation of an operating schedule performed on a specific average week, which include functioning in pumping mode for 72 hours and in turbining mode for 48h, with 2, 3 or 4 units, result: Energy amount produced in generator mode - 1,649,457 MWh/year; Energy amount consumed in pump mode 2,103,328 MWh/year; 0,78 Correlated to the estimated operating schedule, both in generator mode and in pump mode, and depending on the technical characteristics, it was determined the maximum available amount of ancillary services, namely: Secondary regulation f/p - 916,300 hmw; Fast tertiary reserve - 4,108,650 hmw; Dispatchable consumption- 2,352,000 hmw. Date are taken from the feasibility study drawn up by ISPH PD SA in 2014.
24 MAIN QUANTITIES OF WORKS Main quantities of works necessary for the construction of the investment project: Platforms, roads, arrangements Overground excavation Overground concrete 500,000 cu.m 16,000 cu.m Upper reservoir Quantity of excavation in colluvial soil Quantity of excavation in weathered rock Quantity of excavation in bedrock Rockfills Colluvial soil fills Filters Face support Asphaltic concrete revetment Drainages 3,050,000 cu.m 1,869,000 cu.m 1,717,000 cu.m 2,587,000 cu.m 1,747,000 cu.m 623,200 cu.m 210,000 cu.m 433,000 sq.m 2,400 ml Headraces, intakes, valve chambers Powerhouse Underground excavations 160,000 cu.m; Underground excavations 400,000 cu.m; Underground concrete 122,000 cu.m; Underground concrete 82,000 cu.m; Groutings 7,000 t; Groutings 5,000 t; Linings 18,743 t. Linings 400 t.
25 MAIN QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS Main quantities of materials necessary for the construction of the investment project: Steel concrete 15,000 t; Metallic profiles 2,000 t; Black sheet 72 t; Pipes conduits 210 t; Cement 57,000 t; Electric cables 8,6 km; Timber 7,400 cu.m; Sand 150,000 cu.m; Gravel 400,000 cu.m; Linings 18,743 t; Prefabs 144 cu.m. Sites and work points shall be supplied with materials, machinery, tools, equipment etc. from the main storehouse of Gârbau, that requires upgrading works. Site organizations shall consist of: administrative spaces, offices; close and open material store room; special storehouses for combustible materials; trestles, ramps, inclined planes; fire prevention and extinguishing sheds, as well as structures and systems of general use: roads, runways, electric networks, water networks, fencing etc.
26 NPS CONNECTION Technical analysis highlighted the fact that the routes of OEL 400 kv, connecting Tarnita Lapustesti PSP and Transelectrica (system operator), are actually included within a single corridor, outgoing from Tarnita 400 kv substation, made of 2 rows of double circuits poles. One corridor is dedicated to Tarnita-Gadalin route, of 74 km length, the second corridor being dedicated to Tarnița Mintia route, of 158 km length. This solution provides, for each lot of 500 MVA, the discharge/supply of the power plant both towards Gadalin station and towards Mintia station, providing the adequate reliable operation of the power plant, as well. Elements of NPS connection are: kv substation - PSP double circuit OEL 400 kv Mintia (158 km); - PSP double circuit OEL 400 kv Cluj Gădălin (74 km). Investment related to NPS connection shall be borne by TRANSELECTRICA S.A.
27 NATIONAL ELECTRIC TRANSPORT GRID Source: C.N. Transelectrica S.A.
28 ROMANIAN ENERGY MARKET STRUCTURE 26 GENERATION CE Oltenia Electrocentrale Bucuresti CE Hunedoara Nuclearelectrica OMV Petrom Hidroelectrica Independent producers Self producers Transelectrica TRANSMISSION Balancing Market Operator Transmission System Operator Market Operator DISTRIBUTION E.ON Moldova ENEL Banat Electrica Transilvania Sud Electrica Transilvania Nord ENEL Muntenia Sud Electrica Muntenia Nord CEZ Oltenia ENEL Dobrogea CUSTOMERS Eligible customers Households and small to medium entreprise Export import
29 ROMANIAN ENERGY MARKET KEY DATA 27 GENERATION CE Oltenia 30.6% Hidroelectrica 21.2% Nuclearelectrica 20.2% Electrocentrale Bucuresti 6.7% CE Hunedoara 6.0% OMV Petrom 3.5% R,A,A,N, 2.4% Others 9.4% 52.1 TWh TRANSELECTRICA TRANSMISSION Balancing Market Operator Transmission System Operator Market Operator DISTRIBUTION Electrica Muntenia Nord 15.4% Electrica Transilvania Sud 12.8% Electrica Transilvania Nord 11.0% Enel Distributie Muntenia 14.9% Enel Distributie Banat 9.2% Enel Distributie Dobrogea 8.7% CEZ Distributie 16.8% E,ON Moldova Distributie 11.2% 41.5 TWh CEZ Vanzare Enel Energie E,ON Moldova Furnizare Enel Energie Muntenia Electrica Furnizare Electricity Suppliers on the Wholesale Market Electricity Suppliers on the Retail Market SUPPLY Incumbent Suppliers 20.8 TWh 25.1 TWh 1.1/1.4 TWh CUSTOMERS Consumers Supplied on the Regulated Market (Captive Consumers) 8.9 mn consumers Consumers Supplied on the Competitive Market (Eligible Consumers) 0.01 mn consumers Export / Import Source: ANRE reports,
30 STRUCTURE OF INSTALLED CAPACITY IN NPS AS OF Installed capacity [MW] Fuel Type Coal Hydrocarbon Nuclear Hydro Wind Biomass Photovoltaic Nuclear, 1413 MW Biomass, 96 MW Wind, 2605 MW Photovoltaic, 862 MW Coal, 6615 MW Geothermal Total 20,189 21,712 22,427 23,703 Hydro, 6648 MW Hydrocarbon 5464 MW Installed capacity as of NPS National Power System
31 STRUCTURE OF POWER GENERATION IN Wind, 4693 GWh, 8% Photovoltaic, 355 GWh, 1% Nuclear, GWh, 20% Coal, GWh, 30% Biomass, 302 GWh, 0% Hydro, GWh, 26% Hydrocarbon, 9117 GWh, 15% Structure of power generation in 2013
32 INTERNAL CONSUMPTION INTERNAL CONSUMPTION (TWh): GDP (EUR mn) : ,6 49, ,7 52,4 49, f 2014 f f - Forecast 4,2 3,3-6,6-1,1 2,2-8,6 0,7-2,4 3,5-5 54,6 49, ,7 52,4 49,8 23, ,6 20,3 20,9 15, e Cresterea consumului intern PIB* Total Market Regulated Market GDP AND INTERNAL CONSUMPTION GROWTH: (%) REGULATED QUANTITIES (TWh): * PIB = GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Source: 1. ANRE 2. INS
33 PRESENTATION OF THE SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE (SPV) Hidro Tarnita SA 31 KEY MATTERS Company dedicated to a strategic project of national interest Development of the CHEAP Tarnița Lăpuștești project Romanian Government approval by Memorandum Shareholders of the Romanian party: majority Stateowned companies COMPLEXUL ENERGETIC OLTENIA 25% NUCLEARELECTRICA 25% FINAL SHAREHOLDING STRUCTURE SAPE ELECTRICA 25% COMPLEXUL ENERGETIC HUNEDOARA 25% MILESTONES preparation of studies, support schemes and feasibility studies 2008 feasibility study ISPH SA 2013 Government Memorandum regarding the approval of project implementation 2013 establishment of SPV Hidro Tarnita SA and registration with ONRC 2014 update of the Feasibility Study ISPH Government Memorandum regarding the approval of investors selection procedure guidelines
34 PROJECT GRAPHIC MATERIAL Lapustesti plateau view
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