Capital Cost, Maintenance Cost, Levelized Tariff and Levelized Cost of Nuclear Power Plant – advanced project finance model

October 6th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in cost of power generation

Capital Cost, Maintenance Cost, Levelized Tariff and Levelized Cost of Nuclear Power Plant – advanced project finance model

This latest update will present the following:

1) The summary inputs and outputs from runs using the advanced project finance models for conventional, fossil, nuclear and renewable energy power generation technologies.

2) The worksheets or tabs of the advanced project finance model More »

Advanced (ADV) Project Finance Models for Conventional, Fossil, Nuclear and Renewable Energy Power Generation Technologies – Price List and Specs

September 28th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in cost of power generation

Advanced (ADV) Project Finance Models for Conventional, Fossil, Nuclear and Renewable Energy Power Generation Technologies – Price List and Specs (offer up to Sep 30, 2014 only)

Your power generation technology selection expert is pleased to make a final call to all project finance and power plant modelers to purchase the Advanced (ADV) Project Finance Models for Conventional, Fossil, Nuclear and Renewable Energy Power Generation Technologies.

The model consists of the following worksheets/tabs: More »

Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always and is Expensive Compared to its Asian Neighbors

September 24th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in cost of power generation

Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always and is Expensive Compared to its Asian Neighbors

Following is the outline of my power point presentation on “Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always” and  why the Philippines has one of the highest power rate in Asia and the World.

If you need the pdf version, please email me so I could respond to your request.

 “Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always”

By: Marcial T. Ocampo

        Energy Technology Selection and Optimization Consultant at

        OMT Energy Enterprises More »

Summary of inputs and results for project finance models for various power generation technologies – up to Sep 30, 2014 only

September 14th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in cost of power generation

Summary of inputs and results for project finance models for various power generation technologies – up to Sep 30, 2014 only

Dear Friends,

You only have up to September 30, 2014 to purchase the advanced project finance models for conventional, fossil, nuclear and renewable energy power generation technologies.

Beginning Oct 1, 2014, I will be working full-time with a major IPP in the country and I will take a leave in providing project finance models and Feasibility Study and Market Study preparations for a while.

So don’t dilly dally. Order now before I shut down this website for selling such models.

Cheers,

Energy Technology Selection Expert More »

Starting your Lending Investor Business – Use this package of services and softwares

July 25th, 2014 1 Comment   Posted in lending investors

Dear Friends,

 To jump-start immediately your Lending Investor Business, please use this package of services and softwards to ensure you started on the right foot.

Here is the price list of our services and softwares.

We can discuss this further if you wish.

Best regards,

Marcial More »

Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always

May 16th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in Energy Supply and Demand

Why the Philippines is Lacking in Power Supply Always

This paper will answer the question of “Why the Philippines is lacking in power supply always and have one of the highest power rates in the world.”

Firstly, the country has a poor mix of baseload capacity (must-run renewables such as solar PV, wind, mini-hydro, biomass; hydro for irrigation and water supply; geothermal; coal), limited mid-merit capacity (natural gas-fired open cycle gas turbine and combined cycle gas turbine), and expensive peak load capacity (stored hydro, diesel genset, oil-fired thermal, large hydro, oil-fired open cycle gas turbine). More »

Coal-Fired Power Plant: How to Design and Calculate Plant Footprint, Fuel, Limestone, Hauling Trucks and Storage Areas for Coal and Ash

May 16th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in clean coal technologies

Coal-Fired Power Plant: How to Design and Calculate Plant Footprint, Fuel, Limestone, Hauling Trucks and Storage Areas for Coal and Ash

Yes, your favourite energy technology expert has prepared a simple but easy-to-use power plant model to augment your project finance model to calculate the following:

1) Coal quality and quantity of coal reserves (measured, indicative, inferred, total in-situ reserves)

2) Average specification of coal reserve (heating value, ash, volatile combustible matter, fixed carbon, sulfur, moisture)

3) Ultimate analysis of coal reserve (Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur) More »

Economics of a 135 MW (net) coal-fired Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Thermal Power Plant

May 14th, 2014 No Comments   Posted in clean coal technologies

Economics of a 135 MW (net) coal-fired Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Thermal Power Plant

Following is an annual construction model (3 years or 36 months) and a 25-year operating project finance model (30% equity, 70% debt) with a 16% p.a. equity IRR and coal cost of US$85 per tonne (metric ton or MT) with a gross heating value (GHV) of 10,000 Btu/lb,  36 months construction, 25 years commercial operation) using average annual drawdown (1/3 in year 1, 1/3 in year 2, 1/3 in year 3 construction drawdown). The CFB has an overall fuel to electricity thermal efficiency of 37.39% (92.5% boiler efficiency, 42.0% steam turbine efficiency and 96.25% mechanical clutch & electric generator efficiency). The results are as follows: More »

HOW TO PLAN AND OPTIMIZE THE ENERGY, OIL, GAS, POWER AND TRANSMISSION INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE PHILIPPINES

HOW TO PLAN AND OPTIMIZE THE ENERGY, OIL, GAS, POWER AND TRANSMISSION INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE PHILIPPINES

My sincerest thanks to the readers, government officials, private investors, power developers, funding institution and non-government organizations that will respond positively to this conversation that I started recently as part of my functions as Senior Power Generation Engineer at SKM.

It is my fervent hope that this conversation will be continued as a result of your endorsement to the right parties and that timely coordination and meetings are done soonest as time is of the essence in having an integrated and optimized energy master plan for the country before year end 2013. More »

HOW TO MINIMIZE FLOODING IN CENTRAL LUZON AND THE MARIKINA VALLEY AND METRO MANILA

August 21st, 2013 3 Comments   Posted in Dam water release

HOW TO MINIMIZE FLOODING IN CENTRAL LUZON AND THE MARIKINA VALLEY AND METRO MANILA

The San Roque Dam was designed for a 50-year return flood frequency. Since Typhoon Ondoy and Peping were of the order to a 75-100 year flood, it is thus imperative to lower the dam rule curve by 4-5 meters which is the equivalent of 1 major storm. Please note that it took 6 typhoons to fill up the San Roque Dam to its operating level to provide both power and irrigation during summer. More »

The Boeing 787 is Doomed, Unless it Gets out of the Battery

July 13th, 2013 1 Comment   Posted in Green Plane

The Boeing 787 is Doomed, Unless it Gets out of the Battery

There is something fundamentally wrong with Boeing 787. It has too many batteries that needs to store a large amount of energy in a very small space called cell. More »

How to compute prices of gasoline and diesel

July 13th, 2013 1 Comment   Posted in Oil Pricing Formula

BusinessWorld
http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Opinion&title=How-to-compute-prices-of-gasoline-and-diesel&id=73169
Thursday, July 11, 2013 | MANILA, PHILIPPINES

How to compute prices of gasoline and diesel

Strategic   Perspective René B. Azurin

SINCE PUMP prices of oil products are again rising, prompting the usual round of demonstrations against “overpricing,” I thought it would be useful to bring to everyone’s attention the pricing model developed by the Independent Oil Price Review Committee (IOPRC) which was tasked last year to study the reasonableness of retail prices of gasoline and diesel. More »

Why the Asiana Airline Boing 777 Crashed – No one cared about safety inside the plane and on the SF airport

July 10th, 2013 4 Comments   Posted in Flight Safety

Why the Asiana Airline Boing 777 Crashed – No one cared about safety inside the plane and on the SF airport

The plane crashed because the other pilots were busy drinking coffee while the pilot in training was playing at the yoke.

Seriously, it crashed because of a series of simple events that no one noticed was leading to a dangerous situation: More »

Expertise of Marcial Ocampo- now available for engagement (projects and consultancy or fixed employment)

June 19th, 2013 1 Comment   Posted in energy technology expert

Expertise of Marcial Ocampo – now available for engagement (projects and consultancy or fixed employment)

Conventional and Renewable Energy Statistics (historical, forecast)

Renewable Energy Supply/Demand and Tariff Studies

Renewable Energy Resource Assessment (wind, solar, mini-hydro) and Optimal Configuration Studies

Clean Coal and Conventional Coal Project Finance and Feasibility Studies

Electricity Supply/Demand and Tariff Studies (Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, island grids) More »

Short-Term and Long-Term Solution to the Mindanao Power Crisis

March 29th, 2013 1 Comment   Posted in optimal load dispatch

 Short-Term and Long-Term Solution to the Mindanao Power Crisis

Mindanao needs temporarily for the next 5 years turbo-charged high-efficiency diesel genset units (4 x 50mw) in a power barge configuration. While it may appear expensive on a per kwh basis, it is operated only when there is a power deficiency, and its cost will be due to capacity fees (to recover capital costs for its 5-year deployment), operating & maintenance fees (to recover manpower, spare parts and admin fees) and fuel costs (pass thru fuel conversion costs). More »

Face-saving Measures to End Sabah Stand-off Needed

March 9th, 2013 2 Comments   Posted in Sabah Claim

Face-saving Measures to End Sabah Stand-off Needed

The problem with Sultan Kiram is he is acting alone, then expects the Philippine gov’t to bail him out of this problem, holding everyone hostage, to make the face-saving measures.

At this point, the only viable face-saving activities are: More »

Gov’t to change renewable energy mix

February 26th, 2013 4 Comments   Posted in feed-in tariff

Gov’t to change renewable energy mix

Inquirer News, November 1st, 2012

The Department of Energy (DOE) is planning to reallocate the installation targets among the renewable energy sources in favor of the more expensive solar and wind power projects.

Energy Undersecretary Jose Layug Jr. assured the public, however, that such an action would not increase the feed-in-tariff (FIT) allowance—or the universal levy to be collected from all power consumers for the use of renewable energy facilities—beyond the estimate of 5 centavos per-kilowatt-hour (kWh). More »

How the Philippines Recovered and Stabilized its Economic and Fiscal Situation – master plan

January 18th, 2013 7 Comments   Posted in Philippine Master Plan

How the Philippines Recovered and Stabilized its Economic and Fiscal Situation – master plan

A power point presentation was prepared and here is the outline of that presentation. If you need a copy of the power pt presentation in pdf format, please email me your interest and I will email you arrangements and how to make the donation for sharing the information to your country.

energydataexpert@gmail.com

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How to Get Out of this Global Financial Meltdown – a suggested approach

January 18th, 2013 1 Comment   Posted in global financial meltdown

How to Get Out of this Global Financial Meltdown – a suggested approach

Oil Crisis, US Recession and Global Financial Meltdown

As early as 2007, signs of economic recession have been observed throughout the world.  By end December 2007, the international price of crude oil went past $100 per barrel.  Continued speculation in the world markets as well as increased demand pushed the price to its maximum of $147 per barrel by July 2008. More »

The Secret to Long Life

December 7th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in surviving cancer

The Secret to Long Life

I have a secret.
The secret to long life and good health. But it needs an important element. More »

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