Wednesday, April 6, 2011
NTPC = OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN FY 2011 = PROVISIONAL FINANCIAL FOR FY 2011 = VERY GOOD IMPROVEMENT IN FY 2011
Growth in Capacity
Ø Installed capacity reaches 34,194 MW (including 3364 MW under JVs).
Ø Highest ever capacity addition of 2490 MW (including 500 MW in JV).
Ø 14,748 MW under construction at 15 locations.
Ø First supercritical unit at Sipat (660 MW) synchronized.
Growth in Commercial Capacity
Ø 1600 MW declared commercial (including 610 MW under JV).
Ø Jhajjar Unit-1 and Dadri Unit- 6 declared commercial within CERC’s stipulated timeline making them eligible for additional ROE of 0.5%.
Long Term Growth Plans
NTPC has prepared a Corporate Plan setting a target of becoming a 1,28,000 MW by 2032 with 28% capacity from non-fossil sources.
NTPC is working on a basket of new projects of more than 45,000 MW for implementation.
Government of India has approved allocation of 50% power to the home states from fourteen (14) power projects of NTPC, with total capacity of 35,680 MW.
Sustaining Market Leadership
Highest ever generation of 220.54 BUs from NTPC units as against 218.84 BUs in 2009-10.
NTPC’s share in country’s generation was 27.4% in 2010-11, with 17.75% of the national capacity.
Generation target for 2011-12
MOU target of generating 235 BUs from NTPC units in the year 2011-12.
World Class Capacity Utilization
Seven NTPC coal stations figure among the top 10 stations in the country in terms of PLF.
Achieved Plant Load Factor (PLF) of 88.29% during 2010-11 (National PLF 75.07%).
Three coal stations achieved PLF of over 95%, seven other stations achieved more than 90% PLF.
100% realization of the billing for the eighth consecutive year.
Provisional and un-audited Net Sales of Rs 14,488 crore in Q4 2010-11 as against Rs. 12,305 crore (unaudited) in Q4 2009-10, registering an increase of 17.74%.
Provisional and un-audited Gross Revenue of Rs 15,106 crore in Q4 2010-11 as against Rs. 12,981 crore (unaudited) in Q4 2009-10, registering an increase of 16.37%.
Provisional and un-audited Profit after tax for Q4 2010-11 is Rs.2,505.42 crore as compared to Rs.2,017.66 crore (unaudited) for Q4 2009-10, an increase of 24.17%.
Provisional and un-audited Net Sales of Rs. 53,721 crore during 2010-11 as against Rs. 46,169 crore (audited) during 2009-10, registering an increase of 16.36%.
Provisional and un-audited Gross Revenue is Rs.56,331 crore during 2010-11 as against Rs.49,247 crore (audited) for the year 2009-10, an increase of 14.38%.
Provisional and un-audited Profit after tax for the year 2010-11 is Rs.8,826.16 crore as compared to Rs.8,728.2 crore (audited) during the year 2009-10, an increase of 1.12%.
Interim dividend @ 30% amounting to Rs.2,473.64 crore paid during the year.
Capital Expenditure of Rs.12,817.61 crore during 2010-11, an increase of 22.46% over the last year’s figure of Rs.10,467.13 crore. NTPC Group’s capital expenditure was Rs. 16,326.58 crore as against Rs.14,334.54 crore over the last year, an increase of 14%
Approved outlay for 2011-12 for NTPC’s capital schemes is Rs.26,400 crore; for NTPC Group, the outlay is Rs.30,843.72 crore.
Contributed Rs.6,243.99 crore to exchequer on account of Corporate tax, Dividend and tax thereon and wealth tax, an increase of 92% over the previous year.
Among ten largest companies in India with a market cap of more than Rs.1,59,000 crore as on 31.03.2011.
Awarded “Maharatna” status in May 2010. Gives NTPC power to make equity investments up to Rs.5,000 crore in JVs, wholly owned subsidiaries and for Mergers and Acquisitions, against a power of Rs.1,000 crore as a Navratna”.
No. 1 Independent Power Producer in Asia and 2nd globally in the Platts Top 250
Global Energy Company Rankings 2010.
Ranked 341st largest company in the world as per Annual Ranking of top 2000 companies in the world by Forbes
“Excellent” rating under Government of India MOU for the year 2009-10.
Award for 9 units of 660 MW bulk tendering under finalization
Bids invited for 9 units of 800 MW.
Coal Availability and Mining
Coal Linkages received for 9 new projects with a total capacity of 10,920 MW.
Agreement signed with STC for import of 12 MMT of coal.
Coal stock of NTPC stations is 5.35 MMT in March’ 11 [13.5 days' stock].
Mine Developer and Operator appointed for Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Block (311.7 Million MT over 27 years).
Focus on Renewables
NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN), designated as a nodal agency for phase-I of Jawahar Lal Nehru National Solar Mission, has signed Power Purchase Agreements for 704 MW.
105 MW of solar projects under development by NTPC.
175 MW of wind power capacities under development by NTPC.
Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY)
NTPC Electric Supply Company Ltd (NESCL) completed electrification of 4315 villages and provided 12.52 lakhs BPL connections.
During 2010-11, Consultancy Wing secured orders valued total Rs. 153.72 crore
Consultancy wing working on a capacity of more than 21,000 MW apart from 7690 MW of NTPC JV projects.
Bangladesh (1320 MW Project in JV): Feasibility Report for the site at Khulna has been prepared by NTPC and sent to Bangladesh Power Development Board.
Sri Lanka (500 MW Project in JV): Joint Venture Agreement (JVA), Power Purchase Agreement and Board of Investment (BOI) agreement has been finalized. JVA will be signed after clearance from Sri Lankan authorities.
Bhutan (620 MW Project): NTPC is preparing the Detailed Project Report for Amochhu HEP in Bhutan (620 MW).
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The above is a summary of the operational figures and provisional FINANCIAL figures released by NTPC.
NTPC has been a highly successful Public sector undertaking and is improving quarter after quarter and year after year.
The provisional financial figures and various other operational figures are very impressive and indicate a very successful year in 2010-11 and a continuing trend into 2011-12.
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