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Pakistan

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Hub Power Company Electricity 1994 $1,632.00
Pakistan Deep Water Container Ports 2010 $1,200.00
Engro Thar Coal-Fired Power Plant (660MW) Phase 1 Electricity 2016 $1,108.00
Uch Power Ltd. Electricity 1996 $712.90
Chashma-2 Nuclear Power Plant Electricity 2005 $559.00
Gwadar Port Phase II Ports 2007 $550.00
Wak Port Qasim Power Company Electricity 1996 $515.00
Rousch Independent Power Co. Ltd Electricity 1996 $505.00
UCH-II Power (Private) Limited Electricity 2011 $500.00
K-Electric Transmission Network Upgrade Electricity 2016 $450.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Engro Thar Coal-Fired Power Plant (660MW) Phase 1 Electricity 2016 $1,108.00
K-Electric Transmission Network Upgrade Electricity 2016 $450.00
Gulpur Hydropower Project Electricity 2015 $367.84
Gul Ahmed Wind Power Plant Electricity 2015 $135.30
MasterWind Sindh Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $133.00
Metro Wind Power Project Electricity 2015 $130.20
Khuti Kun Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $117.00
Jhimpir Power (Private) Limited Electricity 2013 $135.40
Sapphire Jhampir Wind Farm Electricity 2013 $127.70
K-Water Star Patrind HPP Electricity 2012 $436.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Hub Power Company Electricity 1994 $1,632.00
Pakistan Deep Water Container Ports 2010 $1,200.00
Engro Thar Coal-Fired Power Plant (660MW) Phase 1 Electricity 2016 $1,108.00
Uch Power Ltd. Electricity 1996 $712.90
Chashma-2 Nuclear Power Plant Electricity 2005 $559.00
Gwadar Port Phase II Ports 2007 $550.00
Wak Port Qasim Power Company Electricity 1996 $515.00
Rousch Independent Power Co. Ltd Electricity 1996 $505.00
UCH-II Power (Private) Limited Electricity 2011 $500.00
K-Electric Transmission Network Upgrade Electricity 2016 $450.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Engro Thar Coal-Fired Power Plant (660MW) Phase 1 Electricity 2016 $1,108.00
K-Electric Transmission Network Upgrade Electricity 2016 $450.00
Gulpur Hydropower Project Electricity 2015 $367.84
Gul Ahmed Wind Power Plant Electricity 2015 $135.30
MasterWind Sindh Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $133.00
Metro Wind Power Project Electricity 2015 $130.20
Khuti Kun Wind Farm Electricity 2015 $117.00
Jhimpir Power (Private) Limited Electricity 2013 $135.40
Sapphire Jhampir Wind Farm Electricity 2013 $127.70
K-Water Star Patrind HPP Electricity 2012 $436.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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2.71/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2007
    • Government of Pakistan

    Project Preparation and Feasibility Guidelines for PPP Projects in Pakistan

    Project feasibility guidelines set out a simple methodology by which implementing agencies/institutions will be able to: Carry out an initial exclusionary screening of projects to select projects suitable for development as PPPs; carry out a preliminary feasibility study to further develop the project concept and verify its potential viability before a full feasibility study is undertaken; complete a feasibility study that ensures that a decision to proceed with the project as a PPP is based on awareness of costs, risks, and value for money; conduct a risk appraisal methodology; devise a basic flow diagram including combining project and social safeguards appraisal methodologies; carry out a necessary due diligence process.

    • 2008
    • PPIAF

    Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for Pakistan

    This is a standard form of Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for wind power generation facility in Pakistan adapted from PPA for fossil fuel power plants.

    • 2005
    • Julia M. Fraser
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Lessons from the Independent Private Power Experience in Pakistan

    The discussion paper reviews the IPP program and concludes with several lessons learned. Se tting a bulk tariff ceiling allowed Pakistan to alleviate its power shortage through private generation in record time; however, too much power was contracted with little regard for least cost expansion. Private investment in generation should be aligned with the country's sector reforms and also social, economic, political and institutional governance. In addition, solicitation of IPPs should be on a competitive basis and staggered over a few years so that changes in international investors' assessment of country and contract risks could lead to declining bid prices. Finally, while the risk of renegotiation can be minimized by competitive bidding...

    • 2008

    Standard Implementation Agreement for Standard Power Purchase Agreement, Pakistan

    Standard Implementation Agreement was prepared by an international law firm as part of a suite of documents for the Pakistan Private Power and Infrastructure Board, together with a PPA and pricing schedule.  

    • 2015
    • Asian Development Bank (ADB)

    Public Private Partnerships in Pakistan

    Publication featuring part of the Country Partnership Strategy of the ADB: Pakistan, 2015–2019.

Date last reviewed: January 31, 2017

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