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Philippines

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Maynilad Water Services Water and sewerage 1997 $4,536.00
Transco Philippines National Grid Electricity 2009 $4,177.50
Manila Water Company Water and sewerage 1997 $2,942.00
Manila Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) Railways 2016 $1,540.00
Sual Pangasinan Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 1995 $1,400.00
San Buenaventura Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $1,195.00
San Roque Hydropower Project Electricity 1998 $1,100.00
Kauswagan Coal-Fired Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2016 $1,045.00
Mactan-Cebu International Airport Airports 2015 $1,023.90
GNPower Mariveles Coal Power Plant Electricity 2010 $1,000.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Manila Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) Railways 2016 $1,540.00
Kauswagan Coal-Fired Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2016 $1,045.00
Light Rail Transit 1 (LRT) PPP Railways 2016 $930.00
North Luzon Expressway Expansion Project Roads 2016 $55.10
San Buenaventura Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $1,195.00
Mactan-Cebu International Airport Airports 2015 $1,023.90
Therma Visayas 340MW Coal Power Plant Electricity 2015 $937.00
Masinloc II Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2015 $700.00
Limay Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $648.00
Ambuklao Hydroelectric Power Plant refinancing Electricity 2015 $436.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Transco Philippines National Grid Electricity 2009 $4,177.50
Manila Water Company Water and sewerage 1997 $2,942.00
Manila Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) Railways 2016 $1,540.00
Sual Pangasinan Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 1995 $1,400.00
San Buenaventura Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $1,195.00
San Roque Hydropower Project Electricity 1998 $1,100.00
Kauswagan Coal-Fired Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2016 $1,045.00
Mactan-Cebu International Airport Airports 2015 $1,023.90
GNPower Mariveles Coal Power Plant Electricity 2010 $1,000.00
Therma Visayas 340MW Coal Power Plant Electricity 2015 $937.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Manila Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) Railways 2016 $1,540.00
Kauswagan Coal-Fired Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2016 $1,045.00
Light Rail Transit 1 (LRT) PPP Railways 2016 $930.00
North Luzon Expressway Expansion Project Roads 2016 $55.10
San Buenaventura Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $1,195.00
Mactan-Cebu International Airport Airports 2015 $1,023.90
Therma Visayas 340MW Coal Power Plant Electricity 2015 $937.00
Masinloc II Power Plant Expansion Electricity 2015 $700.00
Limay Coal-Fired Power Plant Electricity 2015 $648.00
Ambuklao Hydroelectric Power Plant refinancing Electricity 2015 $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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3.43/7

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

Resources

    • 2006
    • Thelma Triche, Sixto Requena, and Mukami Kariuki

    Engaging Local Private Operators in Water Supply and Sanitation Services

    Initial lessons from emerging experience in Cambodia, Colombia, Paraguay, The Philippines, and Uganda

    This paper examines the experience of developing local private sector participation (PSP) in small and medium-size towns in Cambodia, Colombia, Paraguay, The Philippines, and Uganda. The paper, which reviews schemes supported by the World Bank, summarizes information on the contracts and the selection process, extracts lessons learned to date from the cases, and recommends follow-up activities to address some key issues and fill gaps that were identified in the course of the study. An overarching lesson from this study is that innovation and adaptation are essential to the successful introduction of local PSP. Designing interventions that include a process of innovation, adaptation, and refinement is the first step in ensuring that...

    • 2014
    • International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Philippines: Manila LRT 1

    Brief on IFC's PPP advisory support to the government of the Philippines a 32-year concession to build and operate the Manila LRT-1 Cavite Extension project.

    • 2013
    • International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Philippines: NAIA Expressway

    Brief on IFC's PPP advisory support to the government of Philippines on a 30-year concession to design, finance, construct, and operate the NAIA Expressway.

    • 2009
    • International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Philippines: Rural Electrification - Marinduque, Romblon, Tablas, and Masbate

    Brief on IFC's PPP advisory support to the government of Philippines to introduce private sector participation in power generation in off-grid areas covered by the Small Power Utilities Group. IFC's first and second transactions in rural power in Philippines were located in the islands of Marinduque, Romblon, Tablas and Masbate.

    • 2009
    • Judy L. Baker, Editor
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

    Opportunities and Challenges for Small Scale Private Service Providers in Electricity and Water Supply Evidence from Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, and the Philippines

    This study provides an in-depth look at Small Scale Private Service Providers (SPSPs) of electricity and water and is based on a recent firm-level survey conducted in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, and the Philippines. The findings of the survey analysis reveal a relatively diverse group of small enterprises with different ownership structures, business models, and levels of profitability. Services range from well-organized networks such as electric mini-grids and small private water networks (SPNs), to mobile distributors of water (tankers), and smaller operations such as battery charging stations, water kiosks, and standpipes. From the analysis of the different types of service providers, it is possible to identify some of the specific...

    • 2009
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Output-Based Aid in the Philippines

    Improved Access to Water Services for Poor Households in Metro Manila

    A project brief on the Metro Manila water project that aims to provide access to water services through individual household connections to several low-income communities in Rizal province (Antipolo City, Baras, Rodriguez, and San Mateo) and Taguig City in the Manila Metropolitan Region through a collaboration with the concessionaire for Manila’s east zone, the Manila Water Company (MWC). The GPOBA intervention supports Manila Water’s flagship program, launched in 1998, the Water for the Community” or Tubig Para sa Barangay (TPSB) program, which provides a regular supply of clean, safe, and affordable drinking water to the urban poor. The scheme builds on the successful track record of the TPSB program and seeks to speed up rollout of...

    • 2000
    • Mark Dumol
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    The Manila Water Concession

    A key government official's diary of the world's largest water privatization

    In January 1977 the Government of the Philippines awarded two long-term concession contracts, handing over to private consortia the responsibility to operate and expand water and wastewater services in Greater Manila. The Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) privatization was the largest of its kind in the world. The author tells the story of how the idea of a concession emerged and gained support; how the preparation effort was designed and launched; the main hurdles met and how they were surmounted; and the thinking behind some of the key contract features. The objective of this book is to help fellow government officials facing similar challenges in other countries to be better prepared for some of the issues they will have...

Date last reviewed: December 21, 2016

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