BOTAŞ BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation

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BOTAŞ
BOTAŞ PETROLEUM PIPELINE CORP.
BOTAŞ Projects and the Energy World
Current Issues & Future Prospects of the Industry
Emre Engür
Head of International Projects Department
May, 2011
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 1
BOTAŞ
BOTAŞ with Numbers
 Established in 1974
 Built, Own and Operate 2,332 kms of domestic and cross-border oil
pipeline system
 Built and Operate 1,076 kms BTC Pipeline System (P/L, Loading Terminal,
4 PS etc)
 Built, Own and Operate 12,000 kms of pipeline transmission system with
318 MW Compressor Station power
 Built, Owned, Operated and Transferred 2 city distribution system (Bursa,
Eskişehir)
 US $ 12 bn sales revenue (2009)
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 2
BOTAŞ
Crude Oil Pipelines
GEORGIA
Kırklareli
Zonguldak
Edirne
İstanbul
Bartın
Bursa
Ankara
İzmir
Sivas
Erzincan
Nevşehir
Konya
Erzurum
Horasan
Şelmo
Kayseri
Turgutlu
Kars
Gümüşhane
Kırşehir
Afyon
Artvin
AZ
Bayburt
Yozgat
Kırıkkale
Eskişehir
Aliağa
Trabzon
Ordu
Amasya
Sakarya
Çanakkale
Ardahan
Samsun
Malatya
Aksaray
Kahramanmaraş
Adıyaman
Diyarbakır Batman
Muğla
Şırnak
3400 kms
of
Crude Oil
Pipeline
Mardin
Karaman
Ceyhan
Antalya
Gaziantep
Şanlıurfa
İskenderun
IRAQ
SYRIA
A:
I. KERKUK-CEYHAN CRUDE OIL PL
40"
641 KM
B:
II. KERKUK-CEYHAN CRUDE OIL PL
46"
656 KM
C:
BAKU TBILISI CEYHAN CRUDE OIL PL 30“ 42“ 46“
D:
SELMO-BATMAN CRUDE OIL PL
E:
BATMAN-DORTYOL CRUDE OIL PL
F:
CEYHAN-KIRIKKALE CRUDE OIL PL
6" 8“ 12“
1076 KM
71 MTA CAPACITY
50 MTA CAPACITY
41 KM
0.8 MTA CAPACITY
18“
511 KM
4.5 MTA CAPACITY
24"
448 KM
7.2 MTA CAPACITY
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Slide 3
BOTAŞ
High Pressure Natural Gas Pipelines
14000
kms
Length of Pipelines in 1989
845 kms
Provinces reached: 67
12,024
12000
Length of Pipelines in 2000
1,875 kms
10000
Target: All over the country
Length of Pipelines in 2010
8000
11,629
Upon completion of existing
investments: 72
10,620
8.333
7,809
>12,000 kms
6,078
6000
5,245
4,510
4000
2,000 3,490
833
1,009
912
395
2008
2007
2006
2005
2002
2001
2000
1999
122
2009
174
1998
1997
11
735
2004
1,020
423
1,899
1,731
1,490
2003
1,878 1,878
1,270 1,693 1,704
31
1995
1994
19
1993
1992
1991
185
1990
845 845 845
190
1989
0
1,035 1,220 1,220 1,239
1996
2000
 BOTAŞ existing system reached all over the country, waiting to transit to Europe...
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Slide 4
BOTAŞ
Natural Gas Pipeline System & Supply Contracts
Existing Imports (Plateau Period)

Planned/Hanging Gas Contracts
Gas source diversification, Security of Supply!
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Slide 5
BOTAŞ
Natural Gas Supply Contracts
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 6
BOTAŞ
Natural Gas Imports and Consumption
32.5 BCM 2010
37.8 BCM 2008
Import by Countries
17.0 BCM 2002
0.5 BCM 1987
Consumption by Sectors
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Slide 7
BOTAŞ
Supply Potentials to Growing European Demand
800
2030
2008
2050
100%
B cm
89.6%
83.4%
83.0%
700
96%
80%
600
500
60%
59.1%
400
40%
300
European
gas
demand
grows,
Supply
sources
waiting to
be
developed
200
20%
100
0
0%
A ctu al
EC 2008
Produc tion
C N RS-O M E 2009
N e t Imports
IEA 2009
C N RS 2009
Import de pe nde nc y
S o u rce: O M E
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Slide 8
BOTAŞ
Interconnector Turkey-Greece Project (ITG) (first phase)
First Phase of Interconnector Turkey-Greece-Italy (ITGI)
 Total Pipe Length
: 296 km
 Turkey (Onshore)
: 211 km
 Offshore
: 17 km
Gas Supply Date : 16 November 2007
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Slide 9
BOTAŞ
Gas to Southern Europe: Greece and Italy (second phase)

Interconnector Turkey-Greece (ITG): (First Phase) The engineering and EIA
studies conducted. Half cost of these studies are granted by EU TEN funds.
Basic and Detailed engineering studies of the project completed in 2003.



Construction completed late 2007
Natural Gas Sales and Purchase Agreement was signed on December 23, 2003 in
Ankara, by Botas and Depa. Accordingly, delivery volume by the line will be 750 MCM
to DEPA. The line is operational since late 2007.
Interconnector Turkey-Greece-Italy (ITGI): (Second Phase) gas volume is
envisaged to be increased to 12 BCMA in 2016 of which 8 BCMA for the Italian
market and the rest to the Greek market.



BOTAS, DEPA and Edison are in cooperation for the project. Technical feasibility
study is completed and studies are ongoing.
IGA signed on the 26th of July 2007 in Rome
Latest MoU signed by Botaş, Depa and Edison on the 17th of June 2010
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 10
BOTAŞ
The Turkey-Greece-Italy (ITGI) Project
The first and most important step for the realization of South European
Gas Ring Project (SEGR) is Turkey‐Greece‐Italy Pipeline Project. The aim
is to transport natural gas from the potential producers of the Caspian
and Middle East to Greece and Italy via Turkey.
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Slide 11
BOTAŞ
The Nabucco Project
 At the first stage, feeder lines to transport gas
from points on the Georgian and Iraqi borders
to Sivas, where the main Nabucco pipeline will
start.
 3,300 to 4,000 kms (depending on feeders)
 56” line
 Approx. 2 million tonnes steel
 31 BCM capacity
 Total budget of the project is estimated to be
some € 8 billion
 Target Start Date: 2016
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Slide 12
BOTAŞ
Gas to Central & Western Europe: The Nabucco Project
 The Nabucco Gas Pipeline Project will connect Turkey with Austria via Bulgaria, Romania
and Hungary. In February 2002 the project is proposed by Botas to relevant companies and
the Co-operation Agreement was signed among the associated companies of respective
countries on October 11, 2002.
 Five companies, namely BOTAS (Turkey), Bulgargaz (Bulgaria), Transgaz (Romania), MOL
(Hungary) and OMV Gas (Austria) have established the Nabucco Gas Pipeline International
Co. to invest in a pipeline to transport natural gas from points on the eastern/sothern
borders of Turkey to facilities at Baumgarten in Austria.
 The project is planned to transport up to 31 bcm/y of natural gas from Caspian Region and
the Middle East.
 Studies are going on for issues like finance, marketing, legal works, shipping contracts
 FEED study ongoing
 A new partner joined in Febrary 2008: RWE
 IGA signed on the 13th of July 2009 in Ankara
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 13
BOTAŞ
Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Project (TAP)
 First EGL Proposal
 EGL, StatoilHydro & EoN
Ruhrgas Partnership
 10 BCM planned
20 BCM potential
Source: TAP
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Slide 14
BOTAŞ
Transit Through Turkey
 All projects
started in a
better world of
Supply
 Direction of
supply to
show the first
comer
TAP
IGI
ITGI
 Still target to
have all
realised at the
same period
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 15
BOTAŞ
Projections for Turkey-More Sources to Reach

Turkey seems to remain as a net importer of natural gas.

Economy recovers nd gas consumption to start rising, increasing the bill for
imports to real significant numbers.

With current level of dependency on natural gas in power generation and industry,
significant price reductions are needed to keep the industry competitive.

Balanced diversification of supplies is essential to reduce dependency on particular
supply sources as well as import prices

International projects of trade and transit will be important for such diversification.
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 16
BOTAŞ
What to Gain from Transit-Security of Supply
Cost-based transmission tariffs
Use of existing infrastructure and idle
capacities to the extent possible
TRADE
TRADE
AND
AND
TRANSIT
TRANSIT
MORE
FAVORABLE GAS
PRICE CONDITIONS
ENHANCED
SECURITY OF SUPPLY
Partial exemption from TPA for trading of excess
volumes
Removal of final destination clauses
Some kind of a netback price
mechanism for domestic
consumption
Balanced diversification of
supplies
Underground storage
capacities to serve both
domestic market and
end consumers in Euope
BOTAŞ, Petroleum Pipeline Corporation
Slide 17
BOTAŞ
Austria
Nabucco
Bosnia Herzegovina
Trans-Caspian
Kazakh Gas
Russian
Gas-West
Blue
Stream
TAP
Potential
Hub
ITG
İzmir
Shah
Deniz
Nabucco
TransCaspian
Turkmenian
Gas
ITGI
Ceyhan
potential LNG
liq.
Arab Gas PL
Iraqi
Gas
Iranian
Gas
Egyptian Gas
Arab Gas PL
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