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July 20th, 2017 Peak Generation: 4,566.6 MW | Energy Sent Out: 90,644.83 MWH

NIGER DELTA POWER HOLDING COMPANY (NDPHC)

The Niger Delta Power (NDPHC), a government funded initiative, was established in 2004 as the National Integrated Power Project to stabilize Nigeria’s electricity supply system while the Private sector led structure of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act (EPSRA) 2005 commenced.

NIPP was originally designed around seven medium sized gas fired power stations in the gas producing states, and the critical transmission infrastructure needed to evacuate the added power into the national grid. A commitment to electrify host communities in the vicinity of the power stations and major substations gave rise to the distribution component of the project.

The management structure of the NDPHC is as follows;

Generation

  • 4 Generation project Management Teams
  • 6 performance based Generation Project Consultancy Contracts
  • 3 Nigerian-led International Generation Project Consultations under performance based contracts directly supervising the Generation EPC contracts, with resident site supervision.
  • Generation PCs report to the Generation Project Management Teams and are supported by NDPHC Generation site managers
  • 2 performance based Gas Project Consultancy contracts
  • 2 Nigerian-led international Gas Project 

Transmission

·         4 Transmission Project Management Teams

·         17 performance based Transmission Project Consultancy contracts

·         9 Nigerian and international Transmission Project Consultants under performance based contracts directly supervising the Transmission EPC contracts with resident site supervision

·         Transmission PCs report to the Transmission Project Management Teams and are supported by NDPHC transmission project engineers

Distribution

·         10 Distribution Field Management Teams

·         9 performance based Distribution Project Consultancy contracts

·         9 Nigerian Project Consultants under performance based contracts directly supervising the Distribution EPC contracts with resident site supervision

 

POWER GENERATION PROJECT

The existence of the NIPP has brought to rise the following generation projects in the country:

s/n

Name    (Power Plant)

Operation Company

Location

Configuration

Capacity

1

Omoku II

Omoku Generation Company Limited

Near Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Two Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

264.7MW (ISO) and 225MW (Net)

2

Sapele II

Ogorode Generation Company Limited

Sapele, Delta state

Four Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

507.6 MW (ISO) and 451MW (Net)

3

Egbema

Egbema Generation Company Limited

Near Owerri, Imo State

 Three Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

380.7MW (ISO) and 338MW (Net)

4

Gbarain

Gbarain Generation Company Limited

Near Yenagoa, Bayelsa State

two Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

253.8 MW (ISO) and 225MW (Net)

5

Calabar

Calabar Generation Company Limited

Calabar, Cross Rivers

Four Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

634.5 MW (ISO) and 562MW (Net)

6

Olorunsogo

Olorunsogo Generation Company Limited

Olorunsogo, Ogun state

Four Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines), Two Steam Turbines (GE Steam Turbines)

754MW (ISO) and 676MW (Net)

7

Ihovbor

Benin Generation Company Limited

Benin city, Edo state

Four Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

507.6 MW (ISO) and 451MW (Net)

8

Geregu II

Geregu Generation Company Limited

Ajaokuta, Kogi state

Three Gas Turbines 3(Siemens V94.2 Gas Turbines)

506.1 MW (ISO) and 434MW (Net)

9

Omotosho

Omotosho Generation Company Limited

Okitipupa, Ondo State

Four Gas Turbines (GE Frame 9E Gas Turbines)

512.8 MW (ISO) and 451MW (Net)

10

Alaoji

Alaoji Generation Company

Abia state

4 X 112,5 MW turbines and later 2 X 255 MW steam turbines.

1074 MW