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RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - waterfront - 04-28-2014

pst angkol doji, ato ni hinay-hinay og kamang murag alimango style. ay ambot lang ... Big Grin Tongue Big Grin

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - doji - 04-28-2014

wala ko kasabot angkol kung unsa emo gina pasabot. . .Smile

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - waterfront - 04-28-2014

pst ... nindot na kay wala ka kasabot sa akong tigmo ... Big Grin Tongue Big Grin

ang akong gipasabot na kung mahagbong ni sa 33.00, motukob ka angkol? ay ambot lang ... twisted twisted twisted

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - jaypao - 05-05-2014

reversal na kaya?

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - jaypao - 05-05-2014

We confirm that Therma Power Visayas, Inc. (TPVI) received the Notice of Award from the Power Sector Assets & Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) on April 30, 2014. As previously disclosed last March 31, 2014, TPVI submitted the highest bid for the privatization of the Naga Power Plant Complex located in Naga City, Cebu Province. The final award of the project is subject to SPC Power Corporation’s right to top TPVI’s bid by 5% within 30 days from its receipt of the written notice from PSALM.

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - syoryuken - 05-21-2014

Same news dun sa AEV thread....

Aboitiz sets expansion sights abroad

The Aboitiz group is scouting for offshore acquisition opportunities for its power and food businesses in line with the upcoming integration of Southeast Asian economies into a unified market by 2015.

The group also sees its flagship power businesses resuming an uptrend in earnings as early as next year as the adverse impact of the expired income tax holiday for the Pagbilao plant will be offset by fresh revenues from additional power generation capacity that would come onstream.

Starting next year, the group will thus likely see a rebound from this year’s decline in earnings, said Aboitiz Equity Ventures and Aboitiz Power Corp. president Erramon Aboitiz...

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - Shoegazer - 06-27-2014

Up ko lang. Natabunan na.

RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - Ollie - 09-11-2014

...ayan may news na Smile

AboitizPower considering overseas opportunities

ABOITIZ Power Corp. (AboitizPower) is continuously exploring opportunities outside the Philippines to grow its power generation business, an official from the parent firm told reporters yesterday.
Stephen G. Paradies, Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. (AEV) senior vice-president and chief financial officer, said AboitizPower is looking for partnerships in Southeast Asia.

“We are looking outside. There is nothing really firm [at this point] but some are really good opportunities,” he said on the sidelines of a bond listing ceremony in Makati City.

While AboitizPower remains bullish locally with a number of power generation projects under various stages of development, Mr. Paradies noted that expansion in the Philippines is constrained by generation capacity limits under the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001 (EPIRA).

“In the Philippines, our capacity is constrained by the EPIRA. You can only own 25% national capacity and 30% each grid,” he said.

“So we’re getting close to that [limit] in places like Mindanao. We want to grow so we have to look outside.”

AboitizPower is interested in both existing and new projects, according to the same official.

“Some are greenfield and some are operating,” Mr. Paradies said, noting that capacity may exceed 100 megawatts (MW).

He added that it takes time to venture abroad because the company needs to choose the right partner and conduct due diligence.

Mr. Paradies said a venture in the Southeast Asia would “definitely [be a] partnership.”

AboitizPower Chief Executive Officer Erramon I. Aboitiz said last May that the company was considering business opportunities in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.

Bur Mr. Paradies said yesterday “nothing has materialized” yet in those countries.

AboitizPower aims to increase its generation capacity by 2,000 MW from the current 2,300 MW, to include new coal, hydropower and solar energy projects.

Besides power generation, the company is also in the distribution business through its subsidiaries.

These include Cotabato Light and Power Company, Inc.; Visayan Electric Co.; Davao Light and Power Co.; Subic EnerZone Corp.; and San Fernando Electric & Light Power Company, Inc.

AEV is the listed holding firm of the Aboitiz companies.

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RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - Ollie - 09-15-2014

...balita lang

AboitizPower to consider bidding for Leyte, Apo geothermal projects

ABOITIZ Power Corp. (AboitizPower) has expressed interest in power projects that have yet to be privatized by the government, an official told reporters on Thursday night.
“We tend to look at all the power biddings, try to understand them and decide if we want to participate,” Erramon I. Aboitiz, AboitizPower chief executive officer, said on the sidelines of a company event in Makati City.

Currently on the company’s radar are the independent power producer administrator (IPPA) contracts for three assets that will be soon privatized by the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp. (PSALM).

“So we have the Unified Leyte bulk energy. Right now we are studying the Mt. Apo IPPA,” Mr. Aboitiz said.

“I think part of the schedule of PSALM is also to do the STEAG IPPA. We will look at that also,” he added.

PSALM plans to bid out the IPPA for the remaining capacity of the Unified Leyte geothermal power plant (ULGPP) by the first quarter of next year.

The contract was first auctioned off in November last year but the winning bidder -- Unified Leyte Geothermal Energy, Inc. -- withdrew its bid, citing the damage to the plant from typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan).

Some 200 megawatts (MW) of ULGPP was already awarded to seven companies, which won rights over capacities ranging between 3 MW and 40 MW.

Aboitiz subsidiary Aboitiz Energy Solutions, Inc., also bagged the contract to manage some 40 MW of the plant’s output.

The ULGPP complex -- which straddles Ormoc City and municipality of Kananga -- is composed of the 125-MW Upper Mahiao plant; 232.5-MW Malitbog plant; 180-MW Mahanagdong plant; and 51-MW optimization plants.

On Sept. 26, PSALM is also set to conduct an auction for the IPPA selection of the Mt. Apo 1 and 2 geothermal power plants.

Each of the power plants has a capacity of 54.24 MW.

Located in Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, the power plants were commissioned on Feb. 15, 1997 and June 17, 1999 under a build-operate-and-own contract with Energy Development Corp.

Meanwhile, the 210-MW STEAG coal-fired power plant is operated by STEAG State Power, Inc. under a 25-year build-operate-transfer scheme with National Power Corp. (Napocor).

The plant currently supplies more than a fifth of Mindanao’s power supply requirements.

A schedule of the privatization of STEAG’s contracted capacity has yet to be determined.

PSALM was formed under Republic Act 9136 or the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001 to assume ownership of and manage all Napocor’s assets, liabilities, contracts with independent power producers, real estate and other disposable assets.

AboitizPower is the power generation and distribution arm of Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. -- the listed holding firm of Aboitiz-owned businesses, which also include companies engaged in real estate, food and banking.


RE: Aboitiz Power Corporation - ruggedlyeds - 10-21-2014

up ko lang ang isa sa mga core holdings ko..