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Inter RAO Group Announces Operating Results for the First Six Months of 2019

25 July 2019

Inter RAO Group announced operating results for the first six months of 2019.

Indicator

H1 2019

H1 2018

+/-

Installed power generation capacity as at the end of the period, GW

33.334

33.487

-0.5%

Installed heat capacity as at the end of the period, thous. Gcal/h

25.746

25.731

+0.1%

Electricity output, billion kWh

65.953

63.641

+3.6%

Installed capacity utilization factor (ICUF)

45.6%

44.1%

-

Heat distribution from collectors, million Gcal

22.176

23.802

-6.8%

Russian generation:

Indicator

H1 2019

H1 2018

+/-

Installed power generation capacity as at the end of the period, GW

29.078

29.232

-0.5%

Installed heat capacity as at the end of the period, thous. Gcal/h

25.066

25.051

+0.1%

Electricity output, billion kWh

61.049

58.401

+4.5%

Share of electricity output in Russia

11.1%

10.7%

-

Installed capacity utilization factor (ICUF)

48.5%

46.4%

-

Heat distribution from collectors, million Gcal

22.064

23.697

-6.9%

Key factors shaping dynamics of performance indicators in the Generation segment compared to H1 2018 were as follows:

  • Commissioning of the Pregolskaya TPP with the installed capacity of 455 MW;
  • Decommissioning of inefficient equipment of two power units at the Kashirskaya SDPP (totaling 600 MW at both facilities) on January 1, 2019, as well as a turbine unit at the Ufimskaya TPP -1 with the capacity of 9 MW;
  • A higher demand in the power system for electricity generated at the Kostromskaya, Urengoyskaya, Kharanorskaya, Kashirskaya and Karmanovskaya SDPPs, as well as the Zatonskaya TPP;
  • A decrease in the demand for the electricity produced by the Permskaya (the effective capacity less the power unit built under the capacity supply agreement) and the Gusinoozerskaya SDPPs, and JSC TGK-11 and JSC Tomsk Generation power plants;
  • Scheduled maintenance of power units at the Kaliningradskaya TPP-2, the Verkhnetagilskaya and Nizhnevartovskaya SDPPs, as well as at the Severo-Zapadnaya TPP, and shorter maintenance period at the Urengoyskaya SDPP in 2019.

Foreign assets: generation and distribution grids

Indicator

H1 2019

H1 2018

+/-

Installed power generation capacity as at the end of the period, GW

4.255

4.255

-

Installed heat capacity as at the end of the period, thous. Gcal/h

0.68

0.68

-

Electricity output, billion kWh

4.904

5.240

-4.6%

Installed capacity utilization factor (ICUF)

17.6%

18.8%

-

Heat distribution from collectors, million Gcal

0.111

0.105

+6.4%

Total length of power lines, km

5 767

5 508

+4.7%

Grid output, billion kWh

1.452

1.501

-3.2%

The primary drivers of changes in key indicators:

  • The decreased electricity output is mainly attributed to the negative dynamics showed by Trakya Elektrik, which was largely due to the dispatch electric load schedule;
  • The electricity output of Khrami HPP increased by 7 mn kWh (by 4.5% for Khrami HPP-I and by 0.5% for Khrami HPP-II) as a result of high precipitation level in 2019;
  • The length of power lines of Telasi JSC increased by 259 km due to the construction of lines for new consumers in Tbilisi, and new cable lines for ensuring network redundancy, and reconstruction and modernization of grids;
  • Grid output of Telasi JSC decreased by 3.2% and resulted from the switch of large consumers to direct settlements on the market following the changes to legislation in Georgia.

Supply in Russia

Indicator

H1 2019

H1 2018

+/-

Number of customers, million

16.430

15.028

+9.3%

Total sales of electric energy on the retail market, billion kWh

99.091

95.358

+3.9%

Share of the Russian retail market*

18.3%

17.6%

-

* Share of the Russian retail market - sales on the retail market from total actual consumption of electric energy in Russia (541.0 billion kWh in the H1 2019, and 542.1 billion kWh in H1 2018 according to the current data from the System Operator of the Unified Energy System of Russia, the decrease is an estimated 0.2%).

The number of customers of supply companies continued to increase due to the start of operation of Vladimir Power Supply Company in the Vladimir Region on April 1, 2018, and Northern Power Supply Company in the Vologda Region on 1 January, 2019. Moreover, in major cities, transition of residents to direct payments to suppliers of last resort continued, and the number of consumers also continued to grow due to commissioning of residential buildings. LLC RN-Energo continued to engage new clients, which resulted in the increase of the number of customers by 28%.

An increase in electricity sales was related primarily to customer base growth, but it was partially offset by a decrease in consumption due to the warmer winter in 2019.

Commercial export and import of electric energy by Inter RAO Group via Russian border:

Indicator

H1 2019

H1 2018

+/-

Total exports, billion kWh

9.334

6,955

+34.2%

Including:

Finland

3.928

3.026

+29.8%

Lithuania

2.992

1.518

+97.1%

China

1.295

1.385

-6.5%

Kazakhstan

0.710

0.659

+7.8%

Mongolia

0.174

0.175

-0.3%

Georgia

0.074

0.031

2.4 times

Azerbaijan

0.056

0.031

+79.4%

Other

0.104

0.130

-20.0%

Total imports, billion kWh

0.813

3.962

-79.5%

Including:

Kazakhstan

0.635

3.812

-83.4%

Azerbaijan

0.077

0.051

+49.7%

Georgia

0,059

0,053

+12.0%

Lithuania

0,029

0,030

-4,4%

Mongolia

0,014

0,015

-12.2%

Key factors shaping the dynamics of imports and exports:

  • Increased exports to Finland and Lithuania resulting from the price surge on the NordPool and implementation of efficient engineering solutions for filling of section volumes;
  • Decreased imports from Kazakhstan and exports to Belarus resulting from the market environment.

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Reference

Inter RAO Group is a diversified energy holding serving various segments of Russian and international electric power industry. The Group is the leading exporter and importer of electricity in Russia actively increasing electricity generation and sales, and developing new lines of business.

The corporate strategy of Inter RAO is focused on making Inter RAO a global energy enterprise, a key player in the global energy market, and Russia's leading electric utility by energy efficiency. Inter RAO Group owns and operates approximately 33.3 GW of installed power generation capacity.

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