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Title: Mr. Mike Salawou, NEPADIPPF Task Manager, Nepad Division, ADB


1
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Presented by
  • Mr. Mike Salawou, NEPAD-IPPF Task Manager, Nepad
    Division, ADB
  • 6th NEPAD-IPPF Oversight Committee Meeting,
    Lusaka June 25th , 2007

2
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Outlines
  • Togo-Benin-Ghana Power Interconnection
  • Eastern African Submarine Cable Systems (EASSy)
  • Kenyan-Uganda Oil Pipeline
  • Tanzania-Zambia-Kenya Power Interconnector

3
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Togo-Benin-Ghana Power Interconnection

4
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Key Facts
  • Date of IPPF Approval 27 October 2004
  • Preparatory Activities Financing sources
  • NEPAD-IPPF USD500,000
  • DBSA-AFD PPF USD300,000
  • BOAD USD510,333.31
  • VRA USD359,611.69
  • Physical Project Costs Estimates USD118 million
  • Objectives
  • To support the Governments of Benin, Togo, and
    Ghana through their power utilities to update the
    feasibility study and detailed designs of the
    Benin-Togo-Ghana electricity interconnection, and
    the development of a detailed Environmental
    Impact Assessment for the project.

5
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Achievements so far
  • The preparatory activities of the project for
    which the NEPAD-IPPF grant was made had been
    successfully completed.
  • On the basis of the outputs of the preparatory
    activities supported by the IPPF, the project has
    achieved financing for physical implementation
    from ADF, IDA, IsDB and BOAD.
  • Based on the revised cost of the project
    determined from activities supported by
    NEPAD-IPPF, the ADF has approved financing of
    USD48.36million, IDA has approved financing of
    USD14.63million, IsDB has approved financing of
    USD13.66million and BOAD has approved financing
    of USD13.35million for the project.. The balance
    of the funds of USD17.30million is provided by
    the beneficiaries Volta River Authority
    (USD7.40 million) and Central Electricity Board
    of Togo and Benin ( USD9.90 million).

6
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System, EASSy

7
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Key Facts
  • Date of IPPF Approval 23 August 2005
  • Preparatory Activities Financing sources
  • NEPAD-IPPF USD500,000
  • DBSA-AFD PPFS USD142,210 EUR45,000
  • DBSA USD500,000
  • FAPA USD500,000
  • Other DFIs
  • EASSy USD39,600
  • Physical Projects Estimated Costs USD235 million
  • Project Company (SPV) Registered and
    incorporated SPV as the Western Indian Ocean
    Cable Company (WIOCC)
  • Objectives
  • To assist in the transaction analysis phase of
    the project as well as update the Environmental
    and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) to enable the
    project to reach financial closure and physical
    implementation.

8
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Achievements so far
  • Project Company (SPV) Registered and
    incorporated SPV as the Western Indian Ocean
    Cable Company (WIOCC)
  • The financing plan for the EASSy project has been
    finalised. Firm commitments to finance the
    project has been secured from ADB, IFC, EIB. KfW,
    DBSA, and AFD/Proparco.
  • With the exception of DBSA who have already
    approved financing for the project, other
    financiers are currently processing their
    Investment proposals for presentation to their
    respective Boards. It is projected that
    financial closure for the project will be
    achieved by the end of the 3rd quarter of 2007.

9
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Kenya Uganda Oil Pipeline

10
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Key Facts
  • Date of IPPF Approval 5 November 2004
  • Preparatory Activities Financing sources
  • NEPAD-IPPF USD 454,000
  • DBSA-AFD PPFS USD300,000
  • GoK and GoU USD0,038 each
  • Physical Project Estimated Costs USD 75million
  • Objectives
  • The objective of the grant for which the
    NEPAD-IPPF was approved is to support the
    Governments of Uganda and Kenya in the
    solicitation process for a private sector
    investor in the project. This entailed the
    preparation of tender process leading to bidding,
    evaluation, negotiation, award and contract for
    joint venture with a private sector investment
    partner, and assistance to the Governments of
    Uganda and Kenya in securing financing for the
    project.

11
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Achievements so far
  • Following an international competitive bidding
    process lunched in 2005, TAMOIL was selected as
    the strategic partner and developer for the
    project on July 2006.
  • Negotiation with the preferred bidder was held in
    Kampala in August 2006. As a result of these
    negotiations, a Heads of Agreement was signed
    between the preferred bidder Tamoil and the
    countries on
  • Following detailed negotiations, on January 27th
    , 2007 a contract award of US80-million was made
    to Tamoil to build and operate the
    Eldoret-Kampala oil pipeline extension.
  • The construction works on the pipeline is
    scheduled to commence by July 2007. Completion of
    construction is scheduled for by August 2008.
  • Following the successful delivery of the project
    as highlighted above, Rwanda is discussing with
    the governments of Uganda and Kenya for extension
    of the Pipeline to Rwanda. .

12
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya Power Interconnector

13
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Key Facts
  • Date of IPPF Approval 17 December 2004
  • Preparatory Activities Financing sources
  • NEPAD-IPPF USD 500,000
  • DBSA-AFD USD 300,000
  • Physical Projects Estimated Costs USD million
  • Objectives
  • The scope of activities of the
    Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya Electricity Interconnection
    supported by the NEPAD-IPPF Special Fund consists
    of four distinct phases, namely, Pre-Development
    Phase, Investor Selection Phase, Concession
    Negotiation Phase, and Financial Closure Phase.
    The IPPF support is to facilitate the engagement
    of a private sector participant in the project
    and achievement of financing for physical
    implementation.

14
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Achievements so far
  • The first phase of activities, namely,
    preparation of a Project Information Memorandum
    (PIM) has been completed and is currently under
    review by the Executing agency, the NEPAD-IPPF,
    the DBSA-AFD PPFS and other stakeholders.

15
NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility
(NEPAD-IPPF)
  • Contacts
  • Focal Point
  • Mike M. B. SALAWOU
  • NEPAD-IPPF Task Manager
  • NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade Department
  • African Developement Bank
  • Tel (216) 71 10 30 77
  • Fax (216) 71 33 26 94
  • m.salawou_at_afdb.org
  • Ini Urua
  • Manager, NEPAD Division
  • Tel (216) 71 10 3053
  • Fax (216) 71 33 26 94
  • E-mail u.ini_at_afdb,org

16
  • Thank you for your kind attention
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