ENERGY SITUATION REPORT NO. 2 re: STY KARDING 26 September 2022, as of 6:00 PM
*A. Power Generation Plants*
*1. Luzon Grid*
• As of 08:00 AM, 26 September 2022, the power generation plants in affected areas are under NORMAL OPERATION.
• As per National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) Luzon grid update, there is a sufficient level of supply and reserves as of 6:00 AM, 26 September 2022:
Available Capacity: 12,740 MW
Peak Demand: 7,204 MW
Regulating Reserve: 255 MW
Net Operational Margin: AM: 5,281 MW, PM: 5,074 MW, EVE: 5,033 MW
*2. NPC Small Power Utility Group (SPUG)*
• As of 12:00 PM on 26 September 2022, the following Diesel Power Plants (DPPs) are on-standby, ready to operate and awaiting clearance to energize the distribution line.
1. AURORA – Casiguran DPP
2. QUEZON – Jomalig DPP & Patnanungan DPP
3. CAMARINES NORTE – Calaguas DPP
*B. Transmission Sector*
*National Grid Corporation of the Philippines*
•As of 6:00 PM, the System Operator provided the following:
The following transmission lines have been restored:
1. Concepcion-Camiling 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 10:16PM
Date/Time In: 26 September 2022 / 12:59PM
Customer affected: TARELCO I
2. Mexico-Sampaloc 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 10:04PM
Date/Time In: 26 September 2022 / 5:53PM
3. Cabanatuan-Fatima 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 9:21PM
Date/Time In: 26 September 2022 / 6:01PM
Customer affected: NEECO II Area 1, SAJELCO, PAMES
The following transmission lines are unavailable:
1. Cabanatuan-San Luis 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 9:11PM
Customer affected: NEECO II Area 1, NEECO II Area 2, AURELCO
2. Cabanatuan-San Isidro 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 8:59PM
Customer affected: NEECO II Area 2
3. Cabanatuan-Bulualto 69kV Line
Date/Time Out: 25 September 2022 / 9:04PM
Customer affected: NEECO I
• The Mexico-Concepcion 230kV Line 1 and Cabanatuan-Pantabangan 230kV Line were restored at 2:27PM and 3:36PM, respectively. Power transmission services are currently being extended to parts of Nueva Ecija. Two (2) 230kV lines remain unavailable, particularly the Mexico-Hermosa 230kV Line 1 and San Rafael-Cabanatuan 230kV Line 1.
• NGCP has deployed 40 line gangs comprised of over 300 personnel and two choppers to inspect and assess the impact of the typhoon to its operations and facilities. Aerial inspection and simultaneous restoration activities are being conducted on areas already accessible.
• Please note that this update pertains only to the status of the transmission network. Localized disturbances may be better addressed by the concerned Distribution Utility (DU).
• Specific cities and municipalities affected by the unavailable transmission facilities are determined by concerned DUs, unless the outage affects the entire franchise area.
*C. Distribution Sector*
• Based on Power Monitoring Report as of 01:00 PM, a total of (51) ECs from thirty-one (31) provinces and seven (7) regions were placed under different Tropical Cyclone Wind Signals.
• Out of fifty-one (51) ECs, thirty-one (31) are in normal operation while thirteen (13) ECs experienced partial power interruption and seven (7) ECs are in total power interruption due to unavailable transmission lines.
• The initial damage cost is estimated at around Php 2,452,805.10 from three (3) ECs such as PELCO III, ZAMECO II, and QUEZELCO II.
*a. ECs with Total Power Interruption*
1. Aurora Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AURELCO)
2. Tarlac I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (TARELCO I)
3. Tarlac II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (TARELCO II)
4. Nueva Ecija I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO I)
5. Nueva Ecija II Area I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO II A1)
6. Nueva Ecija II Area II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO II A2)
7. San Jose Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SAJELCO)
*b. ECs with Partial Power Interruption*
1. La Union Electric Cooperative, Inc. (LUELCO)
2. Pangasinan I Electric Cooperative (PANELCO I)
3. Central Pangasinan Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CENPELCO)
4. Mountain Province Electric Cooperative, Inc. (MOPRECO)
5. Abra Electric Cooperative (ABRECO)
6. Pampanga I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (PELCO I)
7.Pampanga II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (PELCO II)
8. Zambales I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ZAMECO I)
9. Zambales II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ZAMECO II)
10. Pampanga Rural Electric Service Cooperative, Inc. (PRESCO)
Region IV-A CALABARZON
11. Quezon II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (QUEZELCO II)
12. Batangas II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (BATELEC II)
13. First Laguna Electric Cooperative, Inc. (FLECO)
*_Private Distribution Utilities_*
• As of 3:00 PM on 26 September 2022, MERALCO reported 32,816 (0.44%) of the 1,237,826 total customers affected remain for restoration. Customers still out are mostly affected by flood and localized troubles. Line Patrol/clearing, damaged assessment, and repair is on-going. There are 2,628 personnel on duty and 611 crews deployed for their restoration activities.
• The following PDUs experienced momentary trippings but were immediately restored and back to NORMAL OPERATIONS:
• Dagupan Electric Corporation (DECORP) – reported one (1) power interruption.
• Olongapo Electric Distribution Company, Inc. (OEDC) – reported two (2) power interruptions due to sparking/cut primary loop and auto-trip.
• IEC San Fernado Electric and Power Company, Inc. (SFELAPCO) – reported thirteen (13) power interruptions due to damaged equipment and fallen trees.
• Ibaan Electric Corporation (IEC) – reported one (1) power interruption.
*D. Downstream Oil Industry Facilities*
1. As of 12:00 PM, no reported oil supply shortage was received.
2. All bulk facilities reported no damage and are operational.
3. For retail outlets, 99.56% of retail outlets are operational with the following breakdown per region:
a. Region 3: 98.31% are operational.
b. Region 4A: 99.49% are operational.