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Title: DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY


1
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
  • PRESENTATION OF THE
  • 2011/12 MTEF STRATEGIC PLAN
  • TO THE
  • SELECT COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • Ms N Magubane
  • Director -General

2
Structure of the Presentation
  • DoE performance against the 2010 SONA
  • What informed our 2011/12 MTEF strategy
  • Analysis and impact of the 2011/ 12 SONA
  • DoE and government outcomes
  • Outcome based strategic planning process
  • Situational analysis and the energy
    space/environment
  • Organisational environment
  • Department strategic objectives
  • Policy development and reviews for 2011/12
  • 2011/12 budget presentation
  • Branch presentations on 2011/12 focus areas

3
Introduction
  • Mandate
  • Ensuring Secure and Sustainable provision of
    Energy for Socio Economic Development
  • Mission
  • To regulate and transform the sector for the
    provision of secure, sustainable and affordable
    energy
  • Vision 2014
  • A transformed and sustainable energy sector with
    universal access to modern energy carriers for
    all by 2014
  • Vision 2025
  • Improving our energy mix by having 30 of clean
    energy by 2025

4
Performance of DOE against the 2010 SONA
Objectives
  • Highlights
  • Contribution to successful hosting of the 2010
    FIFA World Cup- Electricity and Fuel Supply
  • Electrification of Households to effect Service
    Delivery. 195 479 grid and 8566 non-grid
    connections as at end March 2011
  • ISMO Framework for IPP participation.

5
What informed our 2011/12 MTEF strategic plan
  • 2011 State Of the Nation Address
  • Government outcomes 6 signed by Minister
  • Governments Outcome Based Strategic Planning
    approach
  • Situational analysis energy space
  • Our organisational environment

6
Analysis of the 2011 SONA
  • Emphasis on the need to Create Jobs
  • Focus on Energy Efficiency
  • Service Delivery with Electrification Focus
  • Rural Development
  • Need to Work Together with Private and Public
    Sector institutions
  • SADC, AU, IBSA and BRICSA and Role of Energy
  • Building Prosperity through Service Delivery

7
DoE and Government outcomes
  • Broaden approach beyond the signed agreements
    DoE mandate cuts across
  • Minister signed the following delivery agreements
  • Outcome 4 Decent employment through inclusive
    economic growth
  • Outcome 6 An efficient, competitive and
    responsive economic infrastructure network
  • Outcome 8 Sustainable human settlement and
    improved quality of household life
  • Outcome 10 Environmental assets and natural
    resources that are well protected and continually
    enhanced

8
Outcome based strategic planning
  • Department has adopted this approach a year
    earlier.
  • Approach focuses on the impact of our service
    delivery to the communities/end recipients
  • Focus on outcomes and outputs emphasis on
    outcomes
  • Emphasis on government-wide outcomes oriented
    monitoring and evaluation, that is led by the
    Presidency
  • Strategic plan reflects broad strategic outcomes
    of government

9
Outcome based strategic planning
  • Aligns strategic planning, budgeting, monitoring
    and evaluation and reporting
  • Covers a 5 year period
  • Improves the management and reporting of
    performance information

10
Situational Analysis and the energy environment
  • Service delivery environment
  • Challenges of declining electricity generation
    capacity
  • Need to fast track interventions that will
    improve the power supply-demand situation
  • Government target of achieving 92 distribution
    penetration in accessing the electricity
    distribution grid by 2014
  • Stability of the electricity distribution
    infrastructure and its financial impact

11
Situational Analysis and the energy environment
  • Service delivery environment
  • Growing demand on energy resources as the economy
    comes out of the recent crisis.
  • Constraints on the supply of liquid fuels
    especially to the economic hub of the inland
    market.
  • Impact of job losses and the urgent need to
    implement programmes that are labour intensive
  • Fast tracking the introduction of clean energy in
    the energy mix
  • Hosting of COP 17

12
SELECTIVE LIST OF PARTNERSHIPS IN THE ENERGY
SECTOR IN SOUTH AFRICA
Multilaterals BRICSA,EU, AU, G20, IBSA, SADC,
IEF, IEA IAEA, APPA
Oil Gas Mozambique, Saudi Arabia,
Namibia, Nigeria, Angola, Egypt, E.G, Brazil,
Venezuela etc
Sustainable Energy Climate Change Forums,
UN, CSLF,CEM, IRENA, etc
Electricity SADC
Skills Capacity China , Japan, IEA, IAEA etc
APPA
Nuclear France, USA China, Russia, S Korea,
IAEA, AFCONE etc
Funding Technology China, EU, France, USA,
Norway, World Bank Private Sovereign Funds etc
Bi-laterals Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, China,
USA, Russia, Angola, BRIC Major Economies Forum
13
ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
  • Organisational/Performance Environment
  • Capacity challenges (funding and personnel)
  • As we start the 2011/12 financial year, DoE will
    continue to operate at 52 human capacity within
    the interim structure
  • Gradual migration to the approved full structure
    during the MTEF starting mid 2011/12
  • Ministerial approval of the revised departmental
    structure to be implemented during the MTEF
    period

14
DoE Strategic Objectives
OLD STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES NEW/REVISED
Ensure energy security Energy supply is secure and demand is well managed
Regulate the energy sector Improved energy regulation and competition
Optimal utilization of energy resources An efficient, competitive and responsible energy infrastructure network
Achieve universal access and transform the energy sector Efficient and diverse energy mix for universal access within a transformed energy sector
Effective and efficient service delivery Environmental assets and natural resources protected and continually enhanced by cleaner energy technologies
Ensure sustainable development Mitigation against, and adaptation to, the impact of climate change
Good corporate governance Good corporate governance for effective and efficient service delivery
15
Policy development and reviews 2011/12
  • Review and amend the following legislations
  • National Energy Regulator Act, No. 4 of 2006
    improve the governance structure of NERSA
  • Electricity Regulator Act, No 4 of 2006 provide
    for expropriation, improve licensing and address
    penalties
  • Petroleum Products Act, No. 120 of 1997 to
    address regulatory gaps
  • Gas Act, No. 48 2001 to include methane and
    gasses from other sources
  • Introduce the ISMO bill to facilitate IPPs in
    the electricity generation sector

16
Thank you
17
Budget
  • Presentation of the Department of Energys
  • 2011/12 MTEF budget
  • Ms Y Chetty

18
2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW
BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11
DETAILS Budget Actual spend 31/03/2011 Actual on budget spend Available
Rands Million R'000 R'000 R'000
Administration 127.5 121.3 95.1 6.2
Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning 1,564.7 1,556.4 99.5 8.3
Electricity, Nuclear and Clean Energy 431.7 408.6 94.6 23.1
Associated services 3,524.8 3,403.9 96.6 120.9
Total Budget - 2010/11 5,648.7 5,490.2 97.2 158.5
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2010/11 BUDGET OVERVIEW
BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 - Major spending areas BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 - Major spending areas BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 - Major spending areas BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 - Major spending areas BUDGET OVERVIEW 2010/11 - Major spending areas
DETAILS Budget Actual spend 31/03/2011 Actual on budget spend Available
Rands Million R'000 R'000 R'000
Major spending areas        
Transfers and subsidies 5,394.7 5,253.3 97.4 141.4
Compensation of Employees 143.3 142.8 99.7 0.5
Goods and Services 105.3 90.3 85.8 15.0
Payments for capital assets 5.4 3.8 70.4 1.6
Totals major spending areas 5,648.7 5,490.2 97.2 158.5
20
2010/11 POSSIBLE ROLL-OVER REQUEST
POSSIBLE REQUEST FOR ROLL-OVERS R'000
Compensation of employees (not rolled over) 430
Transfers and subsidies 141,400
Renewable Energy Finance and Subsidy Office Programme (REFSO) 20,191
Non-grid service providers (installation of non-grid technologies) 60,000
EDIH - Funding for the National Electricity Response Team (NERT PMO) 5,000
Other transfers from previous year roll-overs 56,209
Goods and services 14,980
IAEA membership fees and Electricity Policy- Socio economic household study 6,424
National Electricity Response Team (NERT PMO) and Designated National Authority (DNA)- United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 3,503
Co-sourced Audit Service, Audit Committee meetings training 532
Annual contribution to IEF secretariate 120
Auditing on compliance to the SA Petroleum and liquid Fuels Charter 1,063
Registration fees 22
IAEA membership fees 3,316
Payments for capital assets (accruals rolled over) 21
Payments for capital assets (not rolled over) 1,665
TOTAL POSSIBLE REQUEST 158,496


21
2011 ENE ALLOCATED FUNDS
PROGRAMMES 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
PROGRAMMES Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Programmes Programmes Programmes Programmes Programmes Programmes
Administration 98.2 125.7 167.5 149.9 151.5
Energy Policy and Planning 76.5 1,548.6 1,547.0 1,546.2 77.9
Energy Regulation 385.1 488.4 554.7 145.4 184.2
National Electrification Programme 2,522.1 2,884.5 3,207.6 3,139.0 3,312.0
Nuclear Energy and Regulation 608.9 601.4 613.2 594.9 579.2
Total for programmes 3,690.8 5,648.7 6,089.9 5,575.3 4,304.8
22
ENE ALLOCATED FUNDS PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
ITEMS          
Current Payments 251.4 254.1 297.2 275.4 348.9
Transfers and Subsidies 3,432.5 5,389.7 5,784.9 5,294.8 3,951.0
Payments of capital assets 6.8 4.9 7.8 5.1 4.9
Total for items 3,690.9 5,648.7 6,089.9 5,575.3 4,304.8
23
2011 ENE ALLOCATIONS
  • Total allocation for DoE for 2011/12 is R6.09
    billion
  • Major projects / programmes funded
  • Integrated National Electrification Programme
    R3.208 billion
  • National Energy Efficiency and Demand Side
    Management R398.8 million
  • Transnet (National multi-products pipeline)
    R1.5 billion
  • Renewable Energy Subsidy Scheme R41.3 million

24
ENE Current Payments
Current Payments 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
Actual Revised Estimate Medium Term Estimate Medium Term Estimate Medium Term Estimate
Rand Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 133.3 147.9 181.7 192.4 218.3
Goods and Services 118.1 106.2 115.5 83.0 130.6
Total Current payments 251.4 254.1 297.2 275.4 348.9
25
Costing of DOE establishment structure
PROGRAMMES 2011/12 Funding 2011/12 Funding
Rand Million R'000 Posts
Administration 81.7 222
Energy Policy and Planning 30.4 65
Energy Regulation 47.2 128
National Electrification Programme 15.0 35
Nuclear Energy and Regulation 7.5 13
Total for programmes 181.7 463
26
Programme 1 Administration
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 38.7 51.8 81.7 86.7 84
Goods and Services 53.1 68.7 77.6 57.8 62.2
Transfers and Subsidies 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.4
Payments of capital assets 6.0 4.8 7.8 5.1 4.9
Payments for financial assets 0.2 - - - -
Total for items 98.2 125.7 167.5 149.9 151.5
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Programme 2 Energy Policy and Planning
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 26.1 38.4 30.4 32.6 44.6
Goods and Services 49.6 10.3 16.6 13.6 33.3
Transfers and Subsidies - 1,500.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 -
Payments of capital assets 0.8 - - - -
Payments for financial assets -  - - - -
Total for items 76.5 1,548.6 1,547.0 1,546.2 77.9
28
Programme 3 Energy Regulation
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 44.9 40.2 47.2 49.6 64.6
Goods and Services 13.0 17.1 10.5 5.3 25.1
Transfers and Subsidies 327.2 431.2 497.0 90.5 94.5
Payments of capital assets - - - - -
Total for items 385.1 488.5 554.7 145.4 184.2
29
Programme 4 National Electrification Programme
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rands Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 3 13 15 16 15
Goods and Services 2 7 5 3 5
Transfers and Subsidies 2,517 2,864 3,187 3,120 3,291
Payments of capital assets - - - - -
Total for items 2,522 2,885 3,208 3,139 3,312
30
Programme 5 Nuclear Energy and Regulation
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rands Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Compensation of Employees 20.5 4.5 7.5 7.8 9.9
Goods and Services 0.5 2.8 5.5 3.0 4.6
Transfers and Subsidies 587.9 594.1 600.3 584.1 564.7
Payments of capital assets - - - - -
Total for items 608.9 601.4 613.2 594.9 579.2
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Transfers and Subsidies
TRANSFERS AND SUBSIDIES 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
TRANSFERS AND SUBSIDIES Actual Revised Estimate Medium term estimates Medium term estimates Medium term estimates
Rand Million R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000
Local Government (DORA) 1,075 1,240 1,377 1,151 1,215
INEP 900 1,020 1,097 1,151 1,215
EDSM 175 220 280 - -
Projects / Programmes 1,698 3,494 3,776 3,536 2,149
EDSM - Eskom 75 109 119 - -
INEP - Eskom 1,616 1,720 1,738 1,882 1,986
Transnet Multi-purpose pipeline - 1,500 1,500 1,500 -
Renewable Energy Subsidy Scheme 6 21 41 68 72
Working for Energy Project - 20 25 - -
INEP - Non-grid electrification 1 124 71 86 91
FIFA World Cup - - 282 - -
Households 0 0 0 0 0
Leave gratuities 0 0 0 0 0
Entities reporting to Minister 659 655 632 606 586
SANEDI - - 20 22 22
EDIH 72 62 12 - -
NNR 23 19 14 11 10
NECSA 564 574 586 573 554
Total for programmes 3,432 5,389 5,785 5,293 3,950
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Branch Presentations
  • Branch key focus areas
  • Hydrocarbons and Energy Planning
  • Electricity, Nuclear and Clean Energy
  • Corporate Services
  • Office of the COO

33
  • HYDROCARBONS ENERGY PLANNING
  • Mr. T. B Maqubela

34
Performance Highlights - 2010
  • Completed Regulatory Accounting System
  • Promulgated LPG Price Regulations
  • Published the fuel specification standard
    discussion paper
  • Developed Regulations for strategic stocks to be
    maintained by oil companies
  • Published the standard offer incentive scheme
  • Completed the Integrated Resource Plan
  • Established SANEDI

35
Policy development and reviews 2011/12
  • Review and amend the following legislations
  • Petroleum Products Act, No. 120 of 1997 to
    address regulatory gaps
  • Gas Act, No. 48 2001 to include methane and
    gasses from other sources

36
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREAS
  • Integrated Energy Planning Strategy outlines
    the requisite processes, systems and structures
    for the development of the IEP.
  • Cabinet approved IEPS
  • Operational energy modelling system
  • Public stakeholder workshop
  • New Fuel specifications standards- improve the
    quality of transport fuels to reduce harmful
    emissions and to align with international vehicle
    technology trends
  • Discussion Paper has been published for
    comments.
  • Regulations will be promulgated during the first
    quarter on 2011/2012
  • National LPG Strategy-expand the use of LPG for
    thermal application in the household sector.
  • Submit the Strategy to Cabinet during 1st
    quarter of 2011/12
  • Revise maximum refinery gate price of LPG and the
    retail price to make LPG more affordable

37
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREAS (cont)
  • National Strategic Fuels Stock Policy set out
    the framework for the storage of fuels stocks by
    both government and oil companies.
  • The Policy will be submitted to Cabinet during
    the 2011/12 financial year.
  • Finalise the implementation Plan with National
    Treasury during the financial year
  • Regulatory Accounting System- determine margins
    for each activity throughout the value chain
  • Installation, testing and commissioning of the
    RAS
  • Biofuels pricing Framework- development of a
    framework to guide the implementation of the
    biofuels strategy to expand the biofuels market
  • Finalisation of the pricing framework during the
    1st quarter of 2011/12

38
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREAS (cont)
  • Integrated Energy Centres-provide access to
    energy services to the rural communities
  • Involve more oil companies in the development of
    the IECs.
  • Two IECs to be operationalised during the
    financial year
  • Liquid Fuels Charter- Review progress on the
    implementation of the LFC since its inception
  • Finalise the audit and review of the LFC
  • Regulatory Accounting System- determine margins
    for each activity throughout the value chain
  • Installation, testing and commissioning of the
    RAS
  • 20 year Liquid fuels infrastructure Roadmap-
    determine the required distribution
    infrastructure through out the value chain and
    identify future refining capacity.
  • Finalise the Roadmap by the 2nd Quarter of the
    financial year

39
INSPECTIONS AND PLANNED TARGETS PER PROVINCE
Province Inspection 2010/2011 Planned Inspections 2011/2012
Western Cape 496 156
Eastern Cape 291 156
KwaZulu Natal 390 156
Gauteng 387 156
Mpumalanga 289 156
North West 391 156
Limpopo 171 156
Free State 34 156
Northern Cape 14 156
40
LICENCE APPLICATIONS PER PROVICE ACCEPTED AND
ISSUED
Provinces Licences Refused 2010/2011 Licences Issued 2010/2011 Planned Licences 2011/2012
Western Cape 0 33 56
Eastern Cape 6 12 22
Gauteng 60 97 254
KZN 4 34 72
41
LICENCE APPLICATIONS PER PROVICE ACCEPTED AND
ISSUED (Cont)
Provinces Licences Refused 2010/2011 Licences Issued 2010/2011 Planned Licences 2011/2012
Free State 0 7 18
Northern Cape 0 6 12
Limpopo 2 16 41
North West 0 6 25
Mpumalanga 0 19 47
42
INTERGRATED ENERGY CENTRE OPERATIONALISED AND
PLANNED PER PROVINCE
Province Operational as at 2010/2011 Planned 2011/2012
Western Cape 0 0
Eastern Cape 2 1
KwaZulu Natal 0 1
Gauteng 0 0
Mpumalanga 0 0
North West 1 0
Limpopo 1 0
Free State 0 1
Northern Cape 1 0
43
CHALLENGES
  • Failure to secure access of primary energy
    feedstock for liquid fuels
  • Insufficient funding

44
  • Electricity, Nuclear Clean Energy
  • Mr. O. Aphane

45
OBJECTIVE
  • Monitor developments in the electricity, nuclear
    and clean energy sectors.
  • Improve and implement appropriate policies
    governing these sectors.
  • Promote universal access to electricity by the
    broader South African population.

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PROGRAMMES
  • Solar Water Heating
  • Integrated National Electrification Programme
  • Integrated Resource Planning
  • Independent System Market Operator
  • Independent Power Producers
  • Refit
  • Energy Efficiency Campaign and Awareness
  • Nuclear Safeguards
  • Nuclear Transaction

47
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREA
  • Solar Water Heating Programme
  • 250 041 Solar Water Heaters installed by March
    2012
  • EEDSM Allocation 18 000 units
  • Rebate Programme, Private and Commercial Sector
    will fund the balance
  • Integrated National Electrification Programme
    Universal Access to Electricity
  • 170 000 households connections by March 2012
    through Municipalities and Eskom
  • 10 000 connections through the Non-Grid programme

48
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREA
  • Regulations for New Generation Capacity
  • Standard Set for Procurement Documentation
  • Request for Quotations launched for the
    Procurement of Power from IPPs
  • Power Purchase Agreements signed
  • Medium Term Risk Mitigation Plan (MTRMP)
  • Implementation and monitoring of initiatives to
    balance supply-demand

49
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREA
  • Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management
  • 1 TWh combined savings from EEDSM
  • Awareness campaigns
  • Implementation of Energy Efficiency initiatives
    and verification of savings
  • Approach to Distribution Assets Management (ADAM)
  • Mapping of distribution assets for six metros and
    identification of problem areas
  • Approval of funding plan by Cabinet

50
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREA
  • Approach to Distribution Assets Management
    (ADAM)
  • Mapping of distribution assets for six metros and
    identification of problem areas
  • Approval of funding plan by Cabinet
  • REFIT
  • Launch of the Procurement Plan
  • Evaluate RFQs
  • Conclude Agreements with IPPs
  • IRP and ISMO
  • IRP2010 approved by Cabinet
  • ISMO bill approved for submission to Parliament

51
PROGRAMME FOCUS AREA
  • Nuclear Safeguards
  • Investigation on the removal of state system of
    accounting and control from Necsa
  • Regulatory function currently discharged by
    Operator
  • Nuclear Transactions
  • Obtain Cabinet approval of the phased decision
    making approach
  • Formation of Cabinet level coordination committee

52
CHALLENGES
  • Human Resources
  • Financial Constraints

53
  • Corporate Services
  • Mr. G. Mnguni

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Presentation Outline
  • INTRODUCTION
  • ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
  • 2.1 APPROVED INTERIM STRUCTURE OF DoE
  • 2.2 APPROVED de facto STRUCTURE OF DoE
  • 2.3 REVISED ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE OF DoE
  • 2.4 REVISED PURPOSES OF LINE FUNCTION COMPONENTS
  • PERFORMACE OUTCOME OUTPUTS OF CORP SERVICES
  • 3.1 KEY OUTCOMEGOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FOR
    EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT SERVICE DELIVERY
  • 3.2 PERFORMANCE OUTPUTS
  • Provision of effective and efficient human
    resource services to the department
  • Provision of effective and efficient auxiliary
    services to the department
  • Provision of effective and efficient
    communication services to the department and
  • Effective and efficient legal services provided
    to the department.
  • 4. CONCLUSION

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2.1 APPROVED INTERIM STRUCTURE OF DOE
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2.2 APPROVED de facto ORGANISATIONAL
STRCTURE OF DOE
57
2.3 REVISED ORGANISTIONAL STRUCTURE OF DOE
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REVISED PURPOSES OF LINE FUNCTION COMPONENTS
  • Office of the Director General
  • To provide executive and administrative support
    to the Department of Energy
  • Energy Policy and Planning
  • To develop, maintain and implement an integrated
    energy policy (Legislation, Regulations, etc) and
    planning framework
  • Petroleum and Petroleum Products Regulation
  • To manage the regulation of petroleum and
    petroleum products
  • Nuclear
  • To manage the South African Nuclear Industry
  • Clean and renewable Energy
  • To manage and facilitate the development and
    implementation of clean and renewable energy
    initiatives
  • Energy Programmes and Projects
  • To manage, coordinate, monitor and report on
    energy related programmes and projects

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REVISED PURPOSES OF SUPPORT SERVICES COMPONENTS
Cont..
  • Ministerial and Parliamentary Services
  • To provide ministerial and parliamentary support
    to the Minister of the Department of Energy
  • Audit Services
  • To provide audit services to the Department of
    Energy and the Energy Sector
  • Corporate Support Services
  • To provide corporate support to the Department of
    Energy and the Energy Sector
  • Financial Information and Supply Chain Management
  • To provide financial information and supply chain
    management support to the Department of Energy
    and the Energy Sector
  • Governance and Compliance
  • To provide governance and compliance functions
    to the Department of Energy and the Energy Sector

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PERFOMANCE OUTPUT Provision of effective and
efficient human resource services to the
department
KEY ACTIVITY OUPUT INDICATOR
Finalise and implement an Integrated HR Plan for DOE DOE Organisational structure is aligned with Strategy The Employment Equity Plan of DOE is correctly implemented HR policies, processes and procedures are developed and implemented The identified Occupational categories for DOE are developed and implemented The HRD Strategy is implemented

61
PERFOMANCE OUTPUT Provision of effective and
efficient human resource services to the
department
KEY ACTIVITY OUPUT INDICATOR
Finalise and implement an Integrated HR Plan for DOE Workplace Skills plan developed and implemented Filling of all funded vacancies finalised PMDS implemented and finalised The Public Service Health and Wellness Framework is implemented and Good employer and employee relations are maintained.

62
PERFOMANCE OUTPUT Provision of effective and
efficient auxiliary
services to the department
KEY ACTIVITY OUPUT INDICATOR
Provision of safe and secure working environment for DOE A Security Risk Management plan for DOE is finalised and implemented The procurement of alternative office accommodation and relocation of DOE is finalised The DOE Contingency Plan is implemented All Auxilliary Services of DOE, policies, procedures and contracts are reviewed and implemented and Office facilities for DOE Regional offices are provided.

63
PERFOMANCE OUTPUT Provision of effective and
efficient communication
services to the department
KEY ACTIVITY OUPUT INDICATOR
Finalise and implement DOE Communication strategy and plan DOE Communication strategy and plan aligned with National Strategy DOE Communication plan implemented in line with approved Strategy The effectiveness of DoE Communication Strategy is conducted Stakeholder satisfaction survey is conducted All logged calls on the Presidential hotline resolved within the given timeframes and Energy departmental building and regional offices fully branded.

64
PERFOMANCE OUTPUT Effective and efficient
legal services provided to the department
KEY ACTIVITY OUPUT INDICATOR
Provide legal advice to the Ministry and the department Draft, edit and finalise legislation to be administered by the DoE Draft, edit and vet International Agreements in terms of Chapter 5 of the Manual on Executive Acts of 2006 Contracts are vetted and amended as required Legal opinions are compiled and provided timeously Appeals lodged i.t.o legislation administered by DoE are handled All litigation against the Dept is managed and action instituted where necessary and The implementation of PAJA and PAIA processes are properly managed.

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  • OFFICE OF THE Chief Operating Officer
  • Ms T ZUNGU

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Structure of the presentation
  • Introduction
  • Key focus areas for 2011/12
  • Strategy and Risk management
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • SOE oversight
  • International Co-ordination
  • Special Programmes and Outreach Projects

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OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12
  • Strategy and Risk Management
  • Full implementation of governments new outcome
    based planning approach timeframes, alignments,
    delivery agreements, budget cycle, etc
  • Implementation of the departments Risk
    Management and Fraud Prevention Plan
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Implementation of the departments outcomes
    oriented monitoring and evaluation system led by
    the Presidency
  • (conduct risk assessment, training of risk
    champions, etc)

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SOEs reporting to the Minister of Energy
DOE
  • Regulators
  • National Nuclear Regulator (NNR)
  • National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)
  • Research and Development
  • South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA)
  • South African National Energy Development
    Institute (SANEDI)
  • Other
  • CEF

NNR
NERSA
CEF
NECSA
SANEDI
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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • State Owned Entities Oversight
  • Winding up and de-registration of EDI Holdings
    early 2011
  • CEF group of companies restructuring
  • The future CEF group of companies
  • The future PetroSA oil and gas in the space
  • PASA stand alone entity reporting to the
    Minister of Energy
  • AEMFC stand alone entity, move to Dept of
    Mineral Resources
  • SANERI/DI process completed. Stand alone entity
  • Legislation

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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • State Owned Entities Oversight (cont)
  • Establishing of the National Radioactive Waste
    Disposal Institution -
  • Review legislation
  • Nersa Act governance and structural issues
  • CEF Act - mandate

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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • International Co-ordination
  • Currently RSA is a net importer of both crude oil
    and gas and hence will always be targeting
    cooperation with countries that could enhance the
    security of supply of crude oil and gas.
  • RSA demand for energy is set to increase and the
    DOE needs to facilitate investment in the sector
    through international funding, access to
    technology, information, skills and partnership
    with international players
  • Clean energy is a mandate and a demonstration of
    RSA taking position of a responsible citizen to
    reduce the carbon foot print.

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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • International co-ordination (cont)
  • Clean energy technologies are available from
    developed countries and RSA has to work with such
    countries and multilateral organization to meet
    this need.
  • RSA is often the voice of Africa at international
    forums and therefore needs to take an active
    role.
  • Hosting of COP 17 by organizing energy side
    events with international partners.

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INTERNATIONAL CO-ORDINATION
  • To facilitate development of and access to
    electricity in SADC and Africa at large
  • Attraction of International Private Power
    Producers to participation in electricity
    generation sector in RSA
  • Cooperation in upstream oil and gas sectors in
    third part countries especial in Africa and South
    America to ensure access to oil and gas
  • Maintaining relations with countries currently
    supplying gas to RSA- Mozambique Gas Commission

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The role in SADC and Africa
  • In SADC
  • Strengthen relations with SADC countries that are
    increasingly discovering hydrocarbons
  • DoE support to development of Regulatory Capacity
    for Petroleum Pricing
  • Strengthen Energy Secretariat
  • Facilitate investment in infrastructure project
    to secure power needs for RSA and religion
  • In Africa
  • Strengthen multilateral Energy initiatives around
    climate change, peaceful uses of nuclear energy
    and Energy dialogue between oil producing and
    consuming nations


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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • Special Programmes and Outreach Projects
  • Special Programmes
  • Represent the department at multilateral/internat
    ional engagements
  • Participate in intergovernmental special
    programmes (women, youth, children and people
    with disabilities)
  • Mainstream gender within the energy sector
  • Coordinate the work of energy sector groups
    (WINSA, WOESA, SYNPS and Youth in Energy)
  • Monitor and evaluate special programmes.

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KEY FOCUS AREAS 2011/12 (cont)
  • Special Programmes and Outreach Projects
  • Outreach Projects
  • Identify and implement rural development energy
    projects
  • Initiate projects aimed at poverty alleviation
  • Create various community committees in order for
    government, labour and the energy sector to
    exchange ideas on training and development of
    vulnerable groups
  • Coordinate information sessions on career
    opportunities within the energy sector and
    mandate of the department.

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