Investment activity

Project name

Project status

Implementation years

Completed projects

1

Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit

Completed

2004-2009

2

Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Rehabilitation Project, stage I

Completed

2000-2009

3

Alma Electricity Transmission Project

Completed

2009-2014

4

Moinak Electricity Transmission Project

Completed

2010-2012

5

Ossakarovka Transmission Rehabilitation Project

Completed

2010-2014

6

Construction of 500 kV Ekibastuz – Shulbinsk HPP – Ust-Kamenogorsk transmission line

Completed

2011-2017

7

Construction of 500 kV North-South-East transmission line Construction of 500 kV Shulbinsk HPP - Aktogai - Taldykorgan - Alma transmission line

Completed

2012-2018

8

Pavlodar Electricity Transmission Reinforcement, Construction of a 220 kV Promyshlennaya SS - EEC transmission line, extension of 220 kV switchyards at 110 kV Pavlodarskaya and 110 kV Promyshlennaya substations

Completed

2010-2019

9

Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Rehabilitation Project, phase 2

Completed

2010-2019

Ongoing projects

1

Rehabilitation of 220-500 kV OHTLs in Aktyubinskiye MES branch, Zapadnye MES branch and Sarbaiskiye MES branch of KEGOC, Phase I

In progress

2018-2023

2

West Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project Construction of power grid facilities

In progress

2018-2024

2

Turkestan External Power Supply Reinforcement Project Construction of power grid facilities

In progress

2019-2023

Future projects

1

Rehabilitation of 220–500 kV OHL branches in Akmolinskiye MES branch, Vostochnye MES branch, Severnye MES branch and Tsentralnye MES branch of KEGOC, Stage II

Future

2019 - 2028

2

Rehabilitation of 220–500 kV OHL branches in Almatinskiye MES branch, Tsentralnye MES branch, and Yuzhnye MES branch of KEGOC, Stage III

Future

2021 - 2031

3

West Kazakhstan Power System and Kazakhstan Unified Power System Interconnection

Future

2021 - n/a

4

South Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project

Future

2021-2027

5

Construction of a North-South HVDC line

Future

2019-2028

 6

Karaganda Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project Construction of power grid facilities

Future

n/a

7

External power supply of the industrial zone of the city of Ekibastuz. Construction of power grid facilities

Future

n/a


Ongoing projects:

Rehabilitation of 220– 500 kV OHTLs at in Aktyubinskiye MES branch, Zapadnye MES branch and Sarbaiskiye MES branch of KEGOC,

Rehabilitation of 220-500 kV OHTLs in KEGOC’s branches, stage I

Rehabilitation of 220-500 kV OHTL includes three stages of rehabilitation of 220-500 kV OHTL, each of which covers 3 KEGOC’s MES branches.

Project goal: improve the reliability of the NPG of Kazakhstan through the rehabilitation of the existing power lines that have surpassed the standard service life limit including the lines that will do so in the coming years.

Project implementation period: 2018-2023

Project cost: KZT 49.50 billion inclusive of VAT.

Estimated project financing: KZT 34.51 billion of borrowing funds, KZT 14.99 billion of the company's equity funds

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status: The feasibility study (FS) was developed and approved by GosExpertiza (opinion No. 04-0076/18 dated 21/05/2018).

The management board of KEGOC approved the key parameters of the project (Minutes No. 24 dated 10 October 2018).  The board of directors of KEGOC approved the technical parameters and performance indicators of the project for “Rehabilitation of 220-500 kV OHTLs in Aktyubinskiye MES, Sarbaiskiye MES, and Zapadnye MES branches’, and approved the transition of the project to the Definition and Implementation stages (Minutes No. 2 dated 28 February 2019).

The contracts for packaged work were concluded in 2019, including turnkey construction:

1) No. 01-25-D-620 dated 19.08.2019 for “Rehabilitation of 220 kV overhead lines of  Sarbayskiye MES and Zapadnye MES branches of  KEGOC” with Promstroy-Energo LLP;

2) No. 01-25-D-617 dated 19.08.2019 for “Rehabilitation of 500 kV overhead lines of Sarbaiskiye MES branch of KEGOC” with ASPMK-519 LLP;

3) “Rehabilitation of 220 kV overhead lines of Aktyubinskiye MES and Zapadnye MES branches of KEGOC” with KarElektroSpetsStroy LLP;

In 2020 the design and estimate documentation has been developed for all 24 overhead line rehabilitation projects and positive expert opinions were obtained.

Since the beginning of the project, construction and installation work has been carried out on 21 out of 24 overhead lines. Construction and installation works have been completed on 15 overhead lines, including: 12 overhead lines have been put into operation, a working commission is working on three overhead lines. Work continues on the remaining 6 overhead lines. Since the beginning of the project, 1,623.1 km of the 2,029 km of overhead lines have been rehabilitated, including 316 km in 2022. On 3 out of 24 lines the work has not been started, because some of the overhead lines cannot be disconnected simultaneously for a long time without jeopardising the safe operation of the UPS of Kazakhstan.

West Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project. Construction of Power Grid Facilities

Project goal: Improve network capacity and reliability of electricity supply to consumers in the Western zone of Kazakhstan UPS by re-enforcing 220 kV electrical links between West regions of Kazakhstan.

Project implementation period: 2018-2024

Project cost: KZT 56.76 billion inclusive of VAT.

Planned financing: KZT 37.86 billion of borrowing funds, KZT 18.90 billion of the company's equity funds

Location: West Kazakhstan, Atyrau, Aktobe Oblasts of Kazakhstan

Project description: The project suggests construction of the second circuit of the existing of 220 kV Uralskaya - Pravoberezhnaya - Inder - Karabatan - Kulsary - Tengiz electricity transmission lines including connection to the existing 220 kV substations and to new Karabatan power distribution station and includes the following facilities:

1)    rehabilitation of 220 kV Uralskaya SS;

2)    extension of 220 kV OSG at 220 kV Pravoberezhnaya SS;

3)    extension of 220 kV OSG including 2 unis of 220 kV controlled shunt reactors at 220 kV Inder SS;

4)    extension of 220 kV Kulsary SS;

5)    extension of 220 kV Tengiz SS;

6)    construction of 220 kV Karabatan power distribution station;

7)    construction of 220 kV Uralskaya - Pravoberezhnaya transmission line;

8)    construction of 220 kV Pravoberezhnaya - Inder transmission line;

9)    construction of 220 kV Inder - Karabatan transmission line;

10)  construction of 220 kV Karabatan - Kulsary transmission line;

11)  construction of 220 kV Kulsary - Tengiz transmission line.

Current status: The feasibility study (FS) report for the project was developed and approved by GosExpertiza (report No. 01-0006/19 dated 04 January 2019). The Board of Directors of KEGOC approved project performance indicators specified in the feasibility study report (Minutes No. 2 dated 28 February 2019). The design and estimate documentation has been developed for all 11 rehabilitation projects (6 substations and 5 transmission lines) and positive expert opinions were obtained.

11 contracts for construction and installation works have been concluded, including 6 substations (220 kV Uralskaya, Pravoberezhnaya, Inder, Karabatan, Tengiz, Kulsary) and 5 overhead lines (220 kV Uralskaya - Pravoberezhnaya, Pravoberezhnaya - Inder, Karabatan - Kulsary, Inder - Karabatan, Kulsary - Tengiz).

In 2021, for all 11 facilities (6 substations and 5 overhead lines), design and estimate documentation has been developed and approval thereof have been obtained. 11 contracts for construction and installation works (6 substations and 5 overhead lines) have been concluded.

Currently, construction and installation work is being carried out at all five sections of the 220 kV Uralskaya - Pravoberezhnaya - Inder - Karabatan - Kulsary - Tengiz overhead lines and at 220 kV Uralskaya, Pravoberezhnaya, Kulsary, Inder, Tengiz substations and Karabatan distribution substation. 4,182 of 2,613 transmission towers have been installed, which is 62,5% of the total number of towers. 180.1 km of 779.7 km of conductor have been installed, which is 23,8 %.

 

Turkestan External Power Supply Reinforcement Project.

Construction of Power Grid Facilities

Project goal: increase reliability of power supply to the Turkestan energy region.

Project implementation period: 2019-2023

Project cost: KZT 9.93 billion inclusive of VAT.

Estimated project financing: equity funds.

Location: Turkestan oblast.

Project description: construction of the new 220 kV substation in the Turkestan region, which will be connected to the existing 220 kV network. The new 220 kV substation will be an additional power supply centre for the Turkestan energy region. It will facilitate development of the local electrical distribution network, and provide necessary network capacity.

The project shall cover the projected significant increase in electricity consumption in the Turkestan energy region.

Current status: The feasibility study (FS) report was developed and approved by GosExpertiza (opinion No. 01-0489/19 dated 28/11/2019).

In 2020 contract No. 442101/2020/1 dated 14 July 2020 was concluded with ASPMK-519 LLP on a turnkey basis, which includes the development of design estimates, the supply of certain types of equipment and the performance of construction and installation works, Also, contracts were concluded for the supply of 220/110/10 kV autotransformers, 110-220 kV SF6 circuit breakers, 110-220 kV disconnectors, 110-220 kV voltage transformers, 110-220 kV current transformers and 110 kV-220 kV surge arresters and 110-220 kV bus supports.

In 2021 the development of design and estimate documentation for the rehabilitation of 220 kV L-2439 GNPS-Kentau overhead transmission line, 220 kV L-2309 GNPS-Shymkent overhead transmission line and construction of 220 kV Ortalyk substation has been completed, an approval of a comprehensive non-departmental examination of projects and permits has been received for construction and installation works. (No. CEQZ-0223/21 of 13 August 2021, No. RT-0023/21 of 01 September 2021 and No. 01-0708/21 of 29 December 2021)

In 2022, construction, installation and commissioning works were completed. A new 220 kV substation has been built near the city of Turkestan, to which a local distribution 110 kV and less electrical network will be connected.

On July 29, 2022, the facility was put into operation.


Future projects

Construction of a North-South HVDC line

The project goal:

Provide the necessary transmission capacity of the strategic North-South transmission. Increase the reliability of power supply in Zone South and Zone Centre the UPS of Kazakhstan with all possible network schemes (jointly or separately with the integrated power system of Central Asia). Provide conditions for realization of export and transit potentials.

Project implementation period: 2019-2028

Project cost: KZT 360.40 billion inclusive of VAT

Estimated project funding: 70% of borrowed funds, 30% of the company funds.

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

The project is in line with KEGOC's goal to ensure reliable operation of the Kazakhstan UPS in an energy transition environment

Contract has been signed for development of the feasibility study. The pre-feasibility study has been completed as the first part of the feasibility study. Acceptance and decision-making procedures are underway.

The results of the pre-feasibility study have been approved by the decision of the Scientific and Technical Council of KEGOC on 29 July 2020. The Management Board of KEGOC on 5 August 2020 approved the results of the first part of the feasibility study (pre-feasibility study) and the transition to the “Selection” stage for development of the second part of a two-stage feasibility study.

With a reference to the instruction of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, given at the expanded meeting of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on 26 January 2021 to develop in 2021 the 2035 Energy Balance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, KEGOC sent a letter to Samruk-Kazyna with the request to consider the results at the Investment Strategy Committee of the Fund in 2022, taking into account the results of the Energy Balance until 2035.

Currently, work is underway to review the results of the pre-feasibility study, taking into account the approved 2035 energy balance in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Rehabilitation of 220– 500 kV OHTL Akmolinskye MES branch, Vostochnye MES branch, Severnye MES branch and Tsentralnye MES branch of KEGOC, stage II

The project goal:

Improve the reliability of the NPG of Kazakhstan through the rehabilitation of the existing power lines that have surpassed the standard service life limit including the lines that will do so in the coming years.

Rehabilitation of 220–500 kV OHL branches in Akmolinskiye MES branch, Vostochnye MES branch, Severnye MES branch and Tsentralnye MES branch of KEGOC, Stage II covers 48 overhead lines of 220-500 kV in the respective branches.

Project implementation period: 2019-2028

Project cost: KZT 95.22 billion inclusive of VAT

Estimated project funding: 66% of borrowed funds, 34% of the company funds.

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

On 18 July 2019, KEGOC signed a contract with RBM Sweсo Productions LLP for the development of a feasibility study for Rehabilitation of 220–500 kV OHL branches in Akmolinskiye MES branch, Vostochnye MES branch, Severnye MES branch and Tsentralnye MES branch of KEGOC, Stage II.

Currently, work is underway to prepare and approve overhead line technical survey reports and the develop a feasibility study.

Planned completion: 2022.

Rehabilitation of 220– 500 kV OHTL in Almatinskiye MES branch, Tcentralnye MES branch and Yuzhnyie MES branch of KEGOC, stage III.

The project goal:

Improve reliability of the NPG of Kazakhstan through the rehabilitation of the existing power lines to extend the service life by at least 30 years.

Stage III of the project includes rehabilitation of 220-500 kV lines in the respective branches.

Project implementation period: 2021-2031

Project cost: KZT 96.06 billion inclusive of VAT

Estimated project funding: 70% of borrowed funds, 30% of the company funds.

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

Work is underway to select a contractor through an open tender. The expected deadline for the completion of the feasibility study is 2023.

The Management Board of KEGOC approved the move to the "Selection" stage for the development of a feasibility study. The Board of Directors of KEGOC approved the preliminary parameters and made a decision to move to the “Selection” stage for the development of a feasibility study. The contractor is conducting a survey of overhead lines.

The deadline for the completion of the feasibility study is 2023.

Karaganda Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project. Construction of power grid facilities

The project objective:

Increase the capacity of network for power supply of Karaganda energy centre.

Project implementation period: 2022 - 2024

Project cost: KZT 20.03 billion inclusive of VAT.

Estimated project financing: KZT 13.01 billion from loans, KZT 7.02 billion from Company's equity funds

Location: Karaganda Oblast

Current status:

The terms of reference for the development of feasibility study has been prepared. Project implementation period depends on the timeline of KZKS project. Due to the uncertainty about the KZKS project, the start of the feasibility study is expected in 2022.

External power supply to the industrial area of Ekibastuz Construction of power grid facilities

The project objective:

Ensure the reliable power supply to the industrial area of Ekibastuz and the consumers of Ekibastuz energy region.

Project implementation period: 2020 - 2025

Project cost: KZT 18.11 billion inclusive of VAT.

Estimated project financing: KZT 12.48 billion from loans, KZT 5.63 billion from Company's equity funds

Location: the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

The contractor is developing the feasibility study. The estimated completion date for the feasibility study is 2022.

West Kazakhstan Power System and Kazakhstan Unified Power System Interconnection Project

The project goal:

Interconnect Zone West with the main part of the UPS of Kazakhstan over Kazakhstan inland territory to ensure energy security and energy independence of the Western regions of Kazakhstan, improve the reliability of power supply to consumers in Zone West.

Project implementation period: 2021 - to be determined based on the results of the pre-feasibility study.

Project cost: will be determined based on the results of the pre-feasibility study.

Estimated project funding: borrowed funds - to be determined based on the results of the pre-feasibility study.

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

The contractor selected through the tender has started the preliminary feasibility study for the project. The expected completion date for the pre-feasibility study is early 2022.

The Management Board of KEGOC decided to fund from the company’s funds the preliminary feasibility study of the options for interconnection of energy system of western Kazakhstan and the UPS of Kazakhstan.

The terms of reference for the development of the preliminary feasibility study have been developed. On 10 June 2021, a tender was held to select a contractor for the development of the preliminary feasibility study.

The study confirmed the advisability of interconnecting of the energy system of Western Kazakhstan with the UPS of Kazakhstan.

Currently, corporate procedures are being carried out to agree on the results of the pre-feasibility study and move on to the next stage, which involves the development of a feasibility study. The main option for the construction of a transmission line to connect the Zone West with the UPS of Kazakhstan will be determined based during the feasibility study, taking into account plans for the development of generating capacities and promising investment projects of consumers.

South Kazakhstan Electricity Transmission Reinforcement Project

The project goal:

Provide the necessary transmission capacity of the strategic North-South transmission. Increase the reliability of power supply in Zone South and Zone Centre the UPS of Kazakhstan with all possible network schemes (jointly or separately with the integrated power system of Central Asia). Provide conditions for realization of export and transit potentials.

Project implementation period: 2021-2027

Project cost: KZT 93.47 billion inclusive of VAT

Estimated project funding: 42% of borrowed funds, 58% of the company funds.

Place of implementation: territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Current status:

The Management Board of KEGOC decided to develop a feasibility study at the expense of KEGOC's own funds to consider options for strengthening the 500-220 kV network in Almaty, Zhambyl and Turkestan regions.

Based on the results of an open tender, a contract was concluded for the development of a feasibility study with KazSelEnergoProekt Institute LLP. Feasibility study in progress

 

1. Joint Order on approval of KEGOC Investment Programme for 2016-2020
4. Performance indicators of the investment programme (project) in 2016
5. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 2016
6. Performance indicators of the investment programme (project) in 2016
8. Joint Order on Amendments for 2016 Investment Programme of KEGOC
9. Joint Order on Amendments for 2016-2017 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
10. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 2017
12. Performance indicators of the investment programme (project) in 2017
15. Performance indicators of the investment programme (project) in 2017
16. Joint Order on Amendments for 2017-2018 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
17. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 2018
18. Joint Order on Amendments for 2019 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
18. Joint Order on Amendments for 2019 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
19. Joint Order on Amendments for 2019 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
20. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 2019
21. Joint Order on Amendments for 2019 Investment Programme of KEGOC for 2016-2020
22. Information on the implementation of the investment program for 2020
23. Joint Order on approval of KEGOC Investment Programme for 2021-2025
24. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 1 Q 2021
25. Progress of KEGOC investment projects for Q1 2021
26. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 2 Q 2021
27. Progress of KEGOC investment projects for Q2 2021
28. Information on the implementation of the investment program of KEGOC JSC for 3 Q 2021
29. Progress of KEGOC investment projects for Q3 2021
30. Progress of KEGOC investment projects for Q4 2021
31. Progress of KEGOC investment projects for 2021
32. KEGOC's Investment Projects Progress in Q1 2022
33. Information on the implementation of the investment program for 1st half of 2022
35. KEGOC’s Investment Projects Progress in Q2 2022

The amount of capital investments in Q3 2016 was KZT 18 419,373 million.

The KEGOC's investment program for 2014-2015, approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No.155-ОД dated 27 May 2013) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (order No.256 of dated 22 August 2013) requires KZT 18,841.340 million of capital investments in 2014.

The amount of capital investments in Q1 2015 was KZT 616.491 million.

The amount of capital investments in H1 2015 was KZT 1,981.163 million.

The amount of capital investments in Q3 2015 was KZT 10 870,013 million.

The amount of capital investments in Q4 2015 was KZT 24 486,242  million.

The amount of capital investments in Q1 2014 was KZT 2,425.909 million, or 12.9% of the annual plan.

The amount of capital investments in H1 2014 was KZT 6,636.044 million, or 35.2% of the annual plan.

The amount of capital investments in Q3 2014 was KZT 12,426.527 million, or 65.9% of the annual plan.     

Updated the KEGOC's investment program for 2014 requires KZT 21,009.679 million of capital investments.

The amount of capital investments in Q4 2014 was KZT 26,264.341 million, or 125.0% of the annual plan.

The KEGOC's investment program for 2012-2013, approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No. 96-ОД dated 03 April 2013) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (order No.162 of dated 27 May 2013) requires KZT 25,683.322 million of capital investments in 2012. Actual disbursement of capital investments in 2012 was KZT 24530.922 million.

The KEGOC's investment program for 2012-2013, approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No. 96-ОД dated 03 April 2013) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (order No.162 of dated 27 May 2013) requires KZT 40,576.809 million of capital investments in 2013. Actual disbursement of capital investments in 2013 was KZT 42,646.668 million.

KEGOC investment program for 2011 approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No.141-ОД dated 6 May 2011) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technology (order No. 134 dated 11 May 2011) requires KZT 16,805.443 million of capital investments in 2010. Actual disbursement of capital investments in 2011 was KZT 18,232.876 million. 

KEGOC investment program for 2010 approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No.91-ОД dated 19 March 2010) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (order No.26 dated 15 April 2010).

KEGOC investment program approved jointly by the Agency for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (order No.91-ОД dated 19 March 2010) and the Ministry of Industry and New Technology (order No. 26 dated 15 April 2010) requires for KZT 6307.390 million of capital investments in 2010. Actual disbursement of capital investments in 2010 was KZT 8,093.566 million.

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