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LAS Piñas once again proved that it is ‘the lantern capital of Metro Manila’ as residents of its barangays showed their ingenuity in creating the best Christmas parols (lanterns) using recycled and indigenous materials at the 7th Parol Festival’s lantern-making competition. “We are pleased that the Parol Festival is becoming popular not only here in Metro Manila but in other parts of the country as well. I always promote the festival when I attend festivals in other provinces. This is a big boost to our threegeneration parol-making industry,” said Cynthia Villar, Managing Director of the Villar Foundation, which is in charge of the yearly festival.

Senator Manny Villar and former Las Piñas Rep. Cynthia Villar take a curious look on the 7th parol festival winner.

Sendong commemoration activities kick off in Oro

COMMEMORATION of the first anniversary of the Sendong tragedy has kicked off in Cagayan de Oro City. The executive committee chaired by Councilor Alexander Dacer, which was created by Mayor Vicente Emano to prepare and implement a fitting program, is all set for various PAROL | page 2 activities to highlight this.

On December 14, the city government delivered basic services to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at the Calaanan Relocation Site during the People to People Program held there. This was followed by a tree planting and growing activity. On December 15, a medical-dental mission and tree planting program at

the Berjaya GK Village in Camaman-an, and at Xavier Ecoville in Barangay Lumbia have been conducted. The same activity will take place at the Indahag Relocation Site today (December 16) Sunday. The city government will also be facilitating the release of liivelihood assistance in all permanent

relocation sites established for Typhoon Sendong survivors and will partner with Magnum Radio for the holding of a blood letting activity at the City Tourism Hall. On the same day, Xavier University will turnover houses and kits to the city government. This will be held at the Ecoville Village. Program

On December 17 will be a full day for Kagay-anons. It will start with a Eucharistic Mass to be held simultanously at the Calaanan Relocation site, Canitoan Permanent Site, Caritas Village in Indahag, Macapaya, Camaman-an; San Jose and St. John Vianney Seminary, Xavier Ecoville in sendong | page 2


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The festival is the brainchild of the Former Congresswoman of Las Piñas. In 2007, she encouraged the city’s magpaparols (lantern-makers) to organize themselves into the ‘Samahang Magpaparol ng Las Piñas’. And to support them, the then Congresswoman Villar set up the Las Piñas Parol Center, which serves as a training area for the lantern-makers. “We want this unique tradition of parol-making to be continued carried on by the younger generations, so we support the industry as much as we can,” said Mrs. Villar. This year, the Parol Festival will be held at its new venue—the Villar Social Institute of Poverty Alleviation and Governance

(SIPAG) along C-5 Extension in Pulang Lupa Uno. In the last six years, it was held at the St. Joseph Bamboo Organ Church . Meanwhile, the younger Villar—Las Piñas Representative Mark Villar—is pleased with the entries in this year’s parol-making competition. “The residents of our barangays are really looking forward to the contest and eagerly participate every year. The entries are becoming more and more artistic and creative, reflecting Las Piñeros’ skills and craftsmanship in making traditional lanterns,” he cited. The lantern-making competition also highlights environmental protection as participants can only use recycled materials such as shampoo sachets/bottles, cans, bottles, tetra packs, newspapers etc. and natural

or indigenous materials such as coconut husk, dried leaves, feathers, shells etc. The frame of the lantern should be made of bamboo. Entries will be judged according to ingenuity and resourcefulness, 30%; creativity, 25%; impact, 30% and technical skills, 15%. The grand prize winner will get P45,000 and the three runners-up will get P20,000; P15,000; and P10,000 respectively. Consolation prizes of P2,000 will be given to all participants. The Villar Foundation extended a P1,000 cash subsidy each to all those who fielded entries in the contests.

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Lumbia, MandumolAluba site; Iponan Relocation Site, Tibasak, Macasandig Site and the Balulang Relocation Site. At 7:30 a.m. there will be a floral offering at the Cagayan de Oro River to be followed by the unveiling of the Tree of Life Marker at Isla de Oro. The Rodelsa Circle will be the center of activities on the evening of December 17. At 6:00 p.m., the city government will be paying tribute to persons, organizations and groups that have helped the city recover from the devastations of the tragedy. A video presentation will also be shown about the city’s recovery program after Sendong. FOR IDPs Several activities have also been mulled for IDPs in different relocation sites. Aside from competing in sports activities, IDPs will show off their talents as the committee has also prepared for the holding of caroling, dance and lantern contests on Monday, December 17. A feeding program and gift-giving will also highlight the day. The city has adopted the theme, “Looking back, A Reflection, A Celebration of Life … Moving Forward,”

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‘Impact of mother tongue based multi-lingual education’ By Angelita M. Maribojoc

Once among the dominant and leading Southeast Asian nations during the 1950’s up to the 1970’s both in the economy and in the field of education, the Philippines now is nearly at the bottom level even with Vietnam and Cambodia fast catching up. One of the contributory factors leading to this scenario is the kind of medium of instruction used in the educational system of the country. The young Filipino learners particularly the non-Tagalogs at the start of school age are beset with two languages aside from the vernacular which are English and Filipino. A very good model country using the mother tongue is Japan. Before Japan opened her doors to western influence, she lagged behind in economy, technology and in education. But when Japan opened to western ideas, she adapted flexibility and innovation fitting to her culture and ways. One of these is the translation of all the knowledge in all fields she got from

the westerners notably from the United States and made books and other references using the Nipongo, the Japanese language. And this brought forth a positive impact to the Japanese learners because they have in-depth understanding and analysis on the lessons taught by their teachers. Moreover, even Ethiopia, Cambodia and Vietnam are adapting to this system. And these countries are showing pole vaulting progress. It is therefore imperative that although we recognize the importance of the value of English and the unifying and patriotic value of Filipino language, the mother tongue or the vernacular for every Filipino learner should be given more emphasis and functionality most specially in the primary level of education. And this would mean better comprehension and application. Furthermore, we may regain the status we have had during the early post World War II period.

MetroBank, DepEd launch search for Most Outstanding Teachers By Rutchie C. Aguhob

OZAMIZ City––The MetroBank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI), in cooperation with the Department of Education (DepEd) announce the launching of the 2013 Search for Most Outstanding Teachers. Now on its 29th year, the search has awarded 316 outstanding teachers from both public and private schools, nationwide, Education Secretary Armin A. Luistro said. The search b estows honor on the teaching profession by according special recognition to teachers who maniin remembrance of the Sendong experience and in gratitude for the lives spared and for how the city has bounced back months after the tragedy. (LCR)

fest deep commitment to the development of the youth through exemplary competence, remarkable dedication to their work, and effective educational leadership. It is open to teachers who are Filipino citizens teaching full time in basic education at the elementary and secondary levels including alternative educational system or in higher education at the tertiary level with permanent appointment and teaching full-load. Meanwhile, Luistro said nominees should have been actively teaching in the Philippines for the last 10 years, inclusive of leaves not exceeding three years, provided that the nominee is not on leave or must actually be teaching at the time of nomination.

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Likewise, the nominee must not be on leave for more than two years immediately prior to nomination and must be teachers with valid Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) license. It also requires the nominees to have average performance ratings of at least “Very Satisfactory” with no rating below “Satisfactory” for the last five years and that the performance ratings for five years closest to the time of nomination for those who have been on official/study leave. On the other hand, the elementary school heads are entitled to two nominees for each of the elementary level, that is, one each for the primary level, from Kindergarten to Grade 3 and for the intermediate level, from Grade 4 to 6, while the high school heads are entitled to nominate only one teacher-nominee per school. Nominees may submit the accomplished basic information sheet (BIS) to MetroBank nearest the nominee’s school or send via courier to MBFI, 4th floor, Executive Offices, MetroBank Plaza, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City on or before February 8, 2013. (RCA-PIA10, Misamis Occidental)


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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION SAN MIGUEL AVENUE, PASIG CITY IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF THE POWER SALES AGREEMENT BETWEEN AGUSAN DEL NORTE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. AND SARANGANI ENERGY CORPORATION, ERC CASE NO. ______ RC AGUSAN DEL NORTE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. AND SARANGANI ENERGY CORPORATION, Applicants. x----------------------------x JOINT APPLICATION

Grid is currently facing a deficit in its power supply, which is certain to worsen over time. 8. According to the Department of Energy’s (“DOE”) Power Development Plan (2009-2030), the generating capacity in the Mindanao Grid is no longer sufficient to meet the required capacity, which is the peak demand plus the reserve margin mandated by this Honorable Commission. By 2015, the generating capacity will no longer be able to meet the grid peak demand, despite the commissioning of generating capacities already committed by private investors. 9. As a result, Mindanao, including the franchise area of ANECO, has experienced and is at risk of suffering power outages, adversely affecting local businesses and the daily lives of all electricity consumers. The lack of sufficient and reliable power supply has long been a barrier to much needed capital investment that would spur the local economy, not only in the franchise area of ANECO, but in greater Mindanao as well.

10. The Mindanao Grid is heavily dependent on hydroelectric power. In Joint Applicants Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. and Saran- fact, according to the DOE, fifty-three percent (53%) of the total dependgani Energy Corporation, by their respective counsel, respectfully state: able capacity in the Mindanao Grid as of 2009 consists of hydroelectric generating capacity. As a consequence, available power supply in the Grid is drastically reduced in the summer months. THE APPLICANTS 1. Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (“ANECO”) is a nonstock, non-profit electric cooperative organized and existing under and by virtue of Republic Act No. 6038, as amended, with office address at K.M. 2, J.C. Aquino Avenue, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte. ANECO has a franchise to distribute electricity in City of Butuan and the Municipalities of Buenavista, Cabadbaran, Carmen, Jabonga, Kitcharao, Las Nieves, Magallanes, Nasipit, R. T. Romualdez, Santiago and Tubay, all in the province of Agusan del Norte (“Franchise Area”).

11. Insufficiency of ANECO’s power supply. ANECO’s total power supply is insufficient to meet its power requirements. 12. The bulk of ANECO’s power requirements is currently supplied by the National Power Corporation (“NPC”) under a Contract for the Supply of Electric Energy (“CSEE”) effective August 2011, which CSEE was assigned to the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (“PSALM”).

12.1. PSALM has sold Power Barges 117 and 118 to Therma Ma A copy of ANECO’s certificate of franchise is attached hereto as Annex rine, Inc. (“TMI”) and turned over the Iligan Diesel Power Plant to the “A.” Iligan City Government. As a result, NPC is no longer able to supply the 2. Sarangani Energy Corporation (“SEC”) is a generation company duly full requirements of ANECO’s customers. In fact, NPC has reduced its authorized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Republic of firm supply to all the distribution utilities in the Mindanao region, including the Philippines, with principal address at 4th Floor, Alphaland Southgate ANECO, by thirty percent (30%). NPC is expected to reduce further its firm supply by 2016 when its Energy Conversion Agreements with Western Tower, 2258 Chino Roces Avenue corner EDSA, Makati City. Mindanao Power Corporation and Southern Philippines Power Corporation Copies of SEC’s Certificate of Incorporation and Certificate of Filing of expire. Amended Articles of Incorporation issued by the Securities and Exchange 12.2. Aside from the NPC, TMI also supplies 15 MW of power to Commission, Amended Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, latest General Information Sheet and latest Audited Financial Statements are attached ANECO under an Energy Supply Agreement (“ESA”) with a contract term hereto as Annexes “B,” “B-1,” “B-2,” “B-3,” “B-4,” and “B-5,” respectively. effective until July 2013, subject to renewal by the parties. 3. Applicants may be served orders and other processes through their 12.3. ANECO also has entered into a 25-year supply contract with Agusan Power Corporation (“APC”) for the supply of power from its respective counsel. proposed 25 MW hydroelectric power plant. However, even with supply from APC, ANECO’s power supply will still be insufficient to meet its total NATURE OF THE APPLICATION requirements. 4. Pursuant to Rule 20 (B) of the ERC Rules of Practice and Procedure, 12.4. NPC Certification. In a certification dated 3 July 2012 NPC approved by this Honorable Commission on 22 June 2006 in Resolution No. 38, Series of 2006, this Application is submitted to the Honorable confirmed that it cannot commit to supply the levels of capacity that it has Commission for its review and approval of the Power Sales Agreement contracted to provide ANECO in their CSEE due to generation constraint and due to the present power supply situation in Mindanao. between ANECO and SEC dated 17 March 2012 (the “PSA”). A copy of the PSA is attached hereto as Annex “C.”

A copy of the said certification is attached hereto as Annex “F.”

COMPLIANCE WITH PRE-FILING REQUIREMENTS

12.5. ANECO’s Increasing Power Requirements. The shortage of power supply is expected to worsen due to the steady increase in ANECO’s 5. In compliance with Rule 6 of the ERC Rules of Practice and Proce- power demand, especially with the entry of new big loads, such as the dure, Applicants have furnished the legislative bodies of each of the local Robinson’s Mall. government units where they principally operate a copy of the present 12.6. The insufficiency of supply in Mindanao, including ANECO’s Application with all its annexes and accompanying documents. Franchise Area, is expected to worsen due to the increase in demand, Proofs of receipt by the legislative bodies of the said local government which the DOE estimates to grow at around four percent (4%) annually. units are attached hereto as Annexes “D” to “D-12,” respectively. Proof of receipt by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Makati City, where the principal 13. Consequently, ANECO will experience outages due to the shortage of supply and to the steady increase in its power demand, to the detrioffice of SEC is located, is attached hereto as Annex “D-13.” ment of its customers and local businesses. 6. Furthermore, Applicants have caused the publication of the present Application in its entirety, excluding its annexes, in a newspaper of general 14. Procurement of Power Supply by ANECO. As mandated under DOE Circular No. 2003-12-011, it is the obligation of a distribution utility circulation within ANECO’s Franchise Area. to forecast, assure and contract for the supply of power for its franchise Copies of the newspaper and the corresponding affidavit of publication area. are attached hereto as Annexes “E” and “E-1,” respectively. 15. As the electricity requirements of ANECO’s customers continue to increase, its current power supply will be insufficient to meet its increasSTATEMENT OF FACTS ing demand. Hence, there is a need for additional capacity, particularly 7. Shortage of Power Supply in the Mindanao Grid. The Mindanao baseload capacity. application | page 5 application | page 5


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1. Monthly Payments

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1.1. The Monthly Payments shall be paid to the Seller on a monthly 16. In a letter dated 7 October 2011, SEC offered to supply 10 MW of basis in accordance with the following formula: baseload capacity to ANECO. At that time, no other power provider made a firm offer to supply baseload to ANECO. A copy of the said letter is attached hereto as Annex “G.” where: 16.1. SEC was the only power supplier with the necessary permits CRF to commence construction of a baseload power plant in Mindanao. It is currently at an advanced stage in its project financing arrangements, FOMF providing ANECO with a high degree of certainty that SEC will indeed install additional capacity to supply ANECO. VOMF

=

Capital Recovery Fees

=

Fixed Operation and Maintenance Fee

=

Variable Operation and Maintenance Fee

16.2. It takes several years before a power plant can be operational, AFC as it requires considerably significant undertakings such as construction, testing and commissioning, and securing the needed financing. Hence, SC the exigency of concluding a supply agreement with a power provider at the soonest possible time. RCEC

=

Actual Fuel Cost

=

Start-up Costs

=

Replacement Capacity and Energy Costs

17. In consideration of the urgent need for adequate power supply, BCEC = Backup Capacity and Energy Costs and of SEC’s ability to supply ANECO’s power requirements in a timely manner, ANECO executed with SEC the PSA subject of the present Ap- Taxes = Value-Added Tax and other applicable taxes, if any plication. With the PSA, SEC shall provide ANECO 10 MW of adequate, reliable, and economic baseload power supply over the long-term. CRF shall be computed as follows: ABSTRACT OF THE POWER SALES AGREEMENT AND RELATED INFORMATION 18. The Generation Facilities. To supply power under the PSA, SEC shall construct, own, operate, manage and maintain a 120 MW Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustor Boiler Coal-Fired power plant in the Municipality of Maasim, Sarangani (the “SEC Power Plant”). The SEC Power Plant consists of one generating unit with an installed capacity of 120 MW and a net dependable capacity of 105 MW.

1.1.1 During the first Contract Year:

where: CRF1

=

Capital Recovery Fee for the first Contract Year

= FCRF 1 A copy of a certification on the Plant’s heat rate is attached hereto as Annex “H.”

$22.05 per kW per month which shall be converted to Philippine Pesos on the Commercial Operation Date at the weighted average US Dollar to Philippine Peso exchange rate provided in Schedule J (Power Plant Foreign Capital Recovery Fee Conversion)

18.1. Expected Commercial Operations. The SEC Power Plant shall DCRF 1 commence commercial operations within thirty-six (36) months from the effectiveness of the PSA, as discussed below. CC

=

PhP457.35 per kW per month

=

Contracted Capacity (10 MW)

19. Salient Features of the PSA.

F = 19.1. Baseload. Under the PSA, SEC shall supply or cause to where: supply to ANECO the latter’s baseload electric power requirements up to the Contracted Capacity of ten (10) MW and the Dispatchable Energy as ED = Electricity delivered during the billing period indicated in and subject to the terms and conditions of the PSA. in kWh 19.2. Term. The term of supply and purchase under the PSA shall be for twenty five (25) years commencing on the date the SEC Power Plant is ready to commence commercial operations, as designated by the Parties. 19.3. Effectiveness. The PSA shall become effective upon the occurrence of the following conditions: (a) its final approval by this Honorable Commission, (b) effectiveness of SEC’s equipment, procurement and construction (“EPC”) contract, and (c) attainment or waiver of the closing of SEC’s financing for the project.

TMED =

Theoretical Maximum Energy Delivered being the Contracted Capacity multiplied by the hours in the relevant month, less any adjustments made for Allowed Outage, limitation due to dispatch order, Force Majeure of SEC Power Plant, and allowable start-up time due to period of non-generation due to a Buyer dispatch order or an Allowed Outage, and any other hours as a consequence of Buyer’s failure to perform any of its obligations

20. Stages of Supply. SEC shall supply power to ANECO during the F = 1 if the foregoing formula results in F being commissioning of the SEC Power Plant and thereafter, during the full com- greater than 1 mercial operations of the Plant. As discussed below, ANECO shall pay a lower rate during commissioning. 1.1.2 During the second Contract Year 21. Purchased Power Rate. The rate to be paid by ANECO to SEC de- where: pends on whether the power is delivered during commissioning or during commercial operations of the SEC Power Plant. CRF 2 =

Capital Recovery Fee for the second Contract Year

21.1. For electricity delivered during commissioning, ANECO shall pay the adjusted fuel cost and the portion of Basic Capacity and Energy Charges and Adjustments that covers fixed and variable operation and maintenance costs, plus any value-added tax (“VAT”) and any other applicable taxes, fees and charges.

$25.31 per kW per month which shall be converted to Philippine Pesos on the Commercial Operation Date at the weighted average US Dollar to Philippine Peso exchange rate provided in Schedule J (Power Plant Foreign Capital Recovery Fee Conversion)

= FCRF 2

21.2. For electricity delivered during commercial operations, AN- DCRF 2 ECO shall pay the Basic Capacity and Energy Charges and Adjustments, plus any VAT and any other applicable taxes, fees and charges. The said CC charges and adjustments shall be computed based on the following formulae: F

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PhP525.04 per kW per month

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Contracted Capacity (10 MW)

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where: ED

=

Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh

TMED =

Theoretical Maximum Energy Delivered being the Contracted Capacity multiplied by the hours in the relevant month, less any adjustments made for Allowed Outage, limitation due to dispatch order, Force Majeure of SEC Power Plant, and allowable start-up time due to period of non-generation due to a Buyer dispatch order or an Allowed Outage, and any other hours as a consequence of Buyer’s failure to perform any of its obligations

F = 1 if the foregoing formula results in F being greater than 1 1.2 Fixed Operation and Maintenance Fee The Fixed Operation and Maintenance Fee covers the operating and maintenance costs of the SEC Power Plant. It shall be computed according to the following formula:

F = 1 if the foregoing formula results in F being greater where: than 1 FOMF = 1.1.3 During the third Contract Year Pesos where: OMR = CRF3

=

start-up time due to period of non-generation due to a Buyer dispatch order or an Allowed Outage, and any other hours as a consequence of Buyer’s failure to perform any of its obligations

Capital Recovery Fee for the third Contract Year CC

=

= FCRF 3

$30.51 per kW per month which shall be converted F = to Philippine Pesos on the Commercial Operation Date at the weighted average US Dollar to Philippine Peso where: exchange rate provided in Schedule (Power Plant Foreign Capital Recovery Fee Conversion) ED =

DCRF 3

=

PhP525.04 per kW per month

DCRF

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PhP632.83 per kW per month

CC

=

Contracted Capacity (10 MW)

F

=

Fixed Operation & Maintenance Fee in Philippine PhP333.23 per kW per month Contracted Capacity (10 MW)

Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh

TMED = Theoretical Maximum Energy Delivered being the Contracted Capacity multiplied by the hours in the CC = Contracted Capacity (10 MW) relevant month, less any adjustments made for Allowed Outage, limitation due to dispatch order, F = Force Majeure of SEC Power Plant, and allow able start-up time due to period of non-generation due where: to a Buyer dispatch order or an Allowed Outage, and any other hours as a consequence of Buyer’s failure ED = Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh to perform any of its obligations F = 1 if the foregoing formula results in F being greater TMED = Theoretical Maximum Energy Delivered being the than 1 Contracted Capacity multiplied by the hours in the relevant month, less any adjustments made for FCP n = The arithmetic average of the values of the United Allowed Outage, limitation due to dispatch order, States Consumer Price Index for all Items, as last Force Majeure of SEC Power Plant, and allow able published on or before the last day of such billing start-up time due to period of non-generation due to month by the International Monetary Fund; provided a Buyer dispatch order or an Allowed Outage, and that if the International Monetary Fund ceases to any other hours as a consequence of Buyer’s failure publish such indices, the relevant indices as published to perform any of its obligations by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics shall apply. F = 1 if the foregoing formula results in F being greater than 1 FCPo = The arithmetic average of the values as of the date of this Agreement of the United States Consumer 1.1.4 From the fourth Contract Year up to the end of the Term Price Index for all Items; as published by the International Monetary Fund, provided that if the International Monetary Fund ceases to publish such where: indices, the relevant indices as published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics CRF = Capital Recovery Fee for the fourth Contract Year up shall apply. to the end of the Term LCP n = The arithmetic average of the values of the Consumer FCRF = $30.51 per kW per month which shall be converted Price Index in the Philippines for all items and General to Philippine Pesos on Commercial Operation Date Wholesale Price Index in Metro Manila for mineral at the weighted average US Dollar to Philippine Peso fuels, lubricants and related materials, both as last exchange rate provided in Schedule J (Power Plant published on or before the last day of such Billing Foreign Capital Recovery Fee Conversion) Month by the National Statistics Office.

where: ED

=

TMED =

LCPo =

Fx n = Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh Theoretical Maximum Energy Delivered being the Contracted Capacity multiplied by the hours in the Fxo = relevant month, less any adjustments made for Allowed Outage, limitation due to dispatch order, Force Majeure of SEC Power Plant, and allowable

The arithmetic average of the values as of the date of this Agreement of the Consumer Price Index in the Philippines for all items and General Wholesale Price Index in Metro Manila for mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials, both as published by the National Statistics Office. Actual Philippine Peso to US Dollar exchange rate on the meter reading date as published by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, www.bsp.gov.ph. Actual Philippine Peso to US Dollar exchange rate on the date of this Agreement as published by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, www.bsp.gov.ph. application | page 7


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heading “Weekly Index; NEWC Index” (or under such other replacement heading under which such prices from page 6 are published by globalCOAL) with calorific value 1.3 Variable Operation and Maintenance Fee basis of 6,000 kcal/kg net as received) for the week immediately preceding the week in which the date The Variable Operation and Maintenance Fee covers the cost of of signing of this Agreement occurs. The FOB Base the use of, among other items, chemicals, lubricants, spare parts, that Price shall be reset every Quarter following the are directly related to the generation of the SEC Power Plant. It shall be Quarter in which the date of this Agreement occurs, computed according to the following formula: and such FOB Base Price applicable for all Shipments for which the B/L Date falls within and including the first day and the last day of such Quarter shall be equal to the arithmetic average of where: the globalCOAL Newcastle Index for the immediately preceding Quarter. VOMF = Variable Operation & Maintenance Fee in Pesos Calorific Valuen= Average calorific value of the coal used in the billing VOMR = PhP0.3170 per kWh period ED = PPP n =

Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh F = Discount or premium applied to the coal used during the billing period The arithmetic average of the values of the United States Producers’ Price Index for industrial goods; TC = Actual transport cost, including transshipment cost as last published on or before the last day of such of the coal used during the billing period in USD per billing month by the International Monetary Fund; metric ton provided that if the International Monetary Fund ceases to publish such indices, the relevant indices Other Charges= Actual insurance cost and port charges (all charges as published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau incurred by a vessel at a loading port and discharge of Labor Statistics shall apply. port including towage, pilotage, light dues, moor or

PPPo = The arithmetic average of the values as of the date of this Agreement of the United States Producers’ Price Index for industrial goods; as published by the International Monetary Fund, provided that if the International Monetary Fund ceases to publish such indices, the relevant indices as published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics shall apply. LCP n = LCPo =

The arithmetic average of the values of the Consumer Price Index in the Philippines for all items and General Wholesale Price Index in Metro Manila for mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials, both as last published on or before the last day of such Billing Month by the National Statistics Office. The arithmetic average of the values as of the date of this Agreement of the Consumer Price Index in the Philippines for all items and General Wholesale Price Index in Metro Manila for mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials, both as published by the National Statistics Office.

Fx n =

unmoor, berthing and deberthing, assist tugs, wharf age, tonnage dues and sundries, including agent’s fees, communications charges and other miscellaneous expenses customarily regarded as port charges) and applicable customs duties and import taxes of the coal used during the billing period

Consumption Rate= 0.7kg/kWh, escalated at 0.5% annually Forex = Actual Philippine Peso to US Dollar exchange rate on the date the Seller makes payment to the fuel supplier ED

=

Electricity delivered during the billing period in kWh

Note: In the event that the Seller procures coal from multiple suppliers, the weighted average of the relevant values above shall be used. 1.5 Start-Up Costs The Buyer shall pay the Seller Start-Up Costs for the cost of starting up the SEC Power Plant after a period of shutdown due to any reason attributable to the Buyer. The Start-Up Costs shall be paid in accordance with the following schedule:

Actual Philippine Peso to US Dollar exchange rate on the meter reading date as published by the Bangko Type of Synchronization Cost per Event (PHP) Sentral ng Pilipinas, www.bsp.gov.ph Cold Start-up to Synchronization 743,324 Warm Start-up to Synchronization 468,406 Fxo = Actual Philippine Peso to US Dollar exchange rate Hot Start-up to Synchronization 346,701 on the date of this Agreement as published by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, www.bsp.gov.ph. 1.6 Replacement Capacity and Energy Cost; Backup Capacity and Energy Cost 1.4 Actual Fuel Cost

The Buyer shall pay the Seller Replacement Capacity and Energy Cost The Actual Fuel Cost is the fee paid to the Seller as payment for in accordance with the invoice provided by the supplier of Replacement the procurement and delivery of the coal used in the operation of the Capacity and Energy. The Buyer shall pay the Seller Backup Capacity SEC Power Plant. The Actual Fuel Cost shall be computed as follows: and Energy Cost equivalent to the Monthly Payment had there been no Forced Outage. 2. Commissioning Output Charge

where:

The Buyer shall pay the Seller the Commissioning Output Charge for electricity supplied prior to the Commercial Operation Date. The Commissioning Output Charge shall be computed as follows:

where: FOB Base Price=

The price expressed in US Dollars applicable for all Shipments for which the Bill of Lading Date falls within the period from and including the date of this Agreement until and including the last day of the Quarter in which the date of this Agreement occurs (the “FOB Base Price”), shall be equal to the global COAL Newcastle Index (which is the coal price per ton, FOB Newcastle, stated in USD, as published by globalCOAL on www.globalcoal.com under the

where: COC

=

FOMF =

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the actual project cost for the PSA has increased to US$ 288.587 million. However, the generation rate remains the same.

from page 7

VOMF =

Variable Operation & Maintenance Fee computed in 23.2. The main components of the actual project cost are as folaccordance with Item 1.3 of Schedule B of the PSA lows:

ACF =

Actual Cost of Fuel computed in accordance with Item 1.4 of Schedule B of the PSA

3. Interconnection Capital Recovery Fee The Buyer shall pay the Seller the Interconnection Capital Recovery Fee as payment for the Interconnection Facilities in accordance with the following formula: where: FIFCRF =

Foreign Interconnection Capital Recovery Fee of $2.85 per kW per month which shall be converted to Philippine Pesos on the Commercial Operation Date at the weighted average US Dollar to Philippine Peso exchange rate provided in Schedule K (Foreign Interconnection Capital Recovery Fee Conversion)

DIFCRF = Domestic Interconnection Capital Recovery Fee of PHP122.55/ kW/month CC

=

Contracted Capacity (10 MW)

Taxes

=

Value-Added Tax and other applicable taxes, if any

USD 000s

EPC 207,508 71.9% Plant EPC 203,193 70.4% Spare Parts & Lab 245 0.1% EPC Contingency 4,069 1.4% Non-EPC 49,806 17.3% Construction Period Insurances 2,864 1.0% Pre-Operating Expenses 15,007 5.2% Development Fee 5,894 2.0% Social & Environmental 5,621 1.9% Land 4,706 1.6% Capitalised O&M 8,858 3.1% Commissioning 6,118 2.1% Contingency 719 0.2% VAT 0 0.0% Other Taxes 18 0.0% Financing Costs & DSRA 31,274 10.8% DSRA 0 0.0% Financing Costs 31,274 10.8%

TOTAL

288,587 100.0%

The breakdowns of the components of the above-mentioned project costs are attached hereto as Annexes “K” and “K-1.”

21.3. Price components and breakdowns. The components of 23.3. Annual Interest. SEC and its lenders have already finalized the Basic Capacity and Energy Charges are: the terms and conditions of the project financing. SEC undertakes to provide the necessary documentation once the same is available. a) The Capital Recovery Fee, which represents SEC’s recovery of its capital at a reasonable rate of return; 23.4. For purposes of determining the Basic Capacity and Energy Charges, SEC applied an estimated interest rate of 9.5% per annum as b) The Fixed Operation and Maintenance Fee, which covers the indicated by the prospective lenders. operating and maintenance costs of the power structures and equipment, and plant management and supervision costs; 23.5. Computation of Project Internal Rate of Return/Weighted Average Cost of Capital. The Project Internal Rate of Return (“PIRR”) and c) The Variable Operation and Maintenance Fee, which covers the nominal pre-tax Weighted Average Cost of Capital (“WACC”) are 12.8% use of chemicals, lubricants, spare parts, and other materials that and 14.80%, respectively. are directly related to the generation of electricity; and Computations of the PIRR and WACC are shown in Annexes “L” and d) The Actual Fuel Cost, which represents a pass-on of the actual “M,” respectively. cost incurred by SEC for fuel. Relevant computations supporting the above formulae are 24. Cash Flow. contained in Annex “I” hereof. A sample computation of the rate 24.1. Breakdown of Operating and Maintenance Expenses. A is attached hereto as Annex “J.” detailed breakdown of the projected operating expenses, including expenses for the power plant and general and administrative expenses, is 21.4. Basis for indexation. As indicated in the formulae above, attached hereto as Annex “N.” the monthly fees to be paid by ANECO are subject to adjustments based on various indices or factors in order to properly reflect the fluctuation 24.2. Offtake Arrangement. Under the PSA, SEC shall make availof SEC’s costs in producing electricity. able, reserve, guarantee and deliver to ANECO the Contracted Capacity, and ANECO shall pay for such quantity of electric power. SEC shall utilize 21.5. The Foreign Capital Recovery Fee component is fixed and is such Contracted Capacity to generate energy for ANECO. subject only to a one-time conversion to Philippine Pesos on Commercial Operation Date at the weighted average exchange rate as computed in 24.3. There is no minimum energy offtake under the PSA. As accordance with the PSA. This will ensure that ANECO does not carry a SEC will dedicate 10 MW of capacity to ANECO, the Capital Recovery and long-term foreign exchange exposure on the Capital Recovery Fee com- the Fixed Operations and Maintenance Fees are computed based on the ponent. proportion of actual energy delivered to the energy that could have been delivered. 21.6. The components of the Operation and Maintenance Fees representing dollar-denominated costs are adjusted based on the foreign 25. Fuel procurement. An international public tender for the supply exchange rate and the US Consumer Price and Producer Price indices; of coal was conducted for purpose of procuring fuel for the SEC Power those representing local costs are adjusted based on the local Consumer Plant. The conduct of the tender and the fuel procurement process is Price Index. The Actual Fuel Costs vary based on actual costs as well as summarized in Annex “O.” the foreign exchange rate and on the Global Coal Newcastle index. 26. The conduct of international public tender assures ANECO of the 22. Regulatory Approval of Similar Contract. On 30 July 2012, this best available cost of fuel supply. It must be stressed that SEC derives Honorable Commission approved with modification the Power Sales no revenue whatsoever from the fuel supply. Agreement, as amended, between SEC and South Cotabato II Electric Cooperative, Inc. for the supply of 70 MW of capacity. The terms and 27. Environmental Compliance Certificate. The Department of Environconditions of the said agreement are generally identical to those of the ment and Natural Resources (“DENR”) has issued Environmental CompliPSA subject of the present case. ance Certificate (“ECC”) Ref. No. 0901-001-4021 for the SEC Power Plant. 23. Sources of Funds/Financial Plans. The project will be funded through loans and equity. The indicative debt-equity ratio for the project Copies of the relevant documents from the DENR are attached hereto is 70:30. as Annexes “P,” “P-1,” and “P-2.” 23.1. Project Cost. The generation rate under the PSA is based on the previously estimated project cost of US$ 280.197 million. However,

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will ensure that SEC’s Power Plant is operational and can supply ANECO’s power requirements at the soonest possible time.

of Endorsement No. 2012-09-002, certifying that the SEC Power Plant is 39. In view of the foregoing, Joint Applicants respectfully move for consistent with the Philippine Development Plan. the provisional approval of the instant Application pursuant to Rule 14 of this Honorable Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. A copy of the said certificate is attached hereto as Annex “Q.” PRAYER 29. Certificate of Compliance. As the SEC Power Plant is still to be constructed, it is not yet covered by a Certificate of Compliance (“COC”). WHEREFORE, premises considered, Joint Applicants ANECO and SEC reIn accordance with ERC Resolution No. 9, Series of 2010, SEC shall file spectfully pray that this Honorable Commission: the necessary application for a COC no later than three (3) months before the commencement of commercial operations. 1. immediately issue an Order provisionally approving the Power Supply Agreement dated 17 March 2012 subject of the instant Application, as 30. ANECO’s load forecast projections. A copy of ANECO’s Distribu- well as the generation rate and adjustment mechanism indicated therein; tion Development Plan showing its load forecast projections is attached and hereto as Annex “R.” 2. after due hearing, render judgment making such provisional apRATE IMPLICATIONS OF THE POWER SALES AGREEMENT proval permanent. 31. In order to determine the impact of the implementation of the Joint Applicants pray for other just and equitable relief under the PSA on ANECO’s generation costs, an analysis was conducted taking into premises. consideration the reduction of NPC’s firm supply commitments to ANECO, ANECO’s contracted suppliers and the available alternative sources of Pasig City, 12 December 2012. power in Mindanao. A copy of the said analysis is attached hereto as Annex “S.” The results of the analysis are summarized in the table below. DUREMDES TEVES SAGMIT RAMOS AND PARTNERS 32. As shown by the analysis, the implementation of the PSA will re- Counsel for Applicant sult in significant long term cost savings in ANECO’s blended generation Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative rates. Door B4, Plaza de Luisa Complex R. Magsaysay St. Davao City Blended generation rate (P/kWh) Tel. No. 082-226-3727 YEAR Without SEC With SEC Difference 2014 5.20 5.20 2015 5.21 5.06 0.15 By: 2016 5.81 5.33 0.48 2017 6.08 5.55 0.53 (sgd.) 2018 6.30 5.78 0.52 MARIA CHRISTINA S. SAGMIT 2019 6.43 5.94 0.49 Roll No. 42758 2020 6.55 6.17 0.39 IBP No. 870629, 1/2/12, Davao City 2021-2025 6.91 (average) 6.50 (average) 0.41 (average) PTR No. 1134740, 1/3/12, Davao City 2026-2030 7.46 (average) 7.14 (average) 0.32 (average) MCLE Compliance No. III-0016759 2031-2035 7.91 (average) 7.65 (average) 0.26 (average) 2036-2039 8.25 (average) 8.03 (average) 0.22 (average) LACHICA & ASSOCIATES 33. In the analysis, it was assumed that APC commences supplying Counsel for Applicant power in 2015 in accordance with its PPA. Considering that the existing Sarangani Energy Corporation available alternative suppliers are diesel/bunker C-fueled plants, it also Suite 1903-B, West Tower assumed that the power requirements which cannot be supplied by NPC, Philippine Stock Exchange Centre SEC or APC will be taken from such alternative suppliers, specifically TMI Exchange Road, Ortigas Center or other diesel/bunker C plants at rates equivalent to TMI’s. It was also Pasig City assumed that there would be no increase in the cost of fuel and other costs, as it is not possible to predict future costs. Tel.: (632) 687.5028 Loc. 223, Fax: (632) 631.4858 34. It is clear that the implementation of the PSA results in significant E-mail: contact@lachicaandassociates.com long term savings for ANECO and its customers. ALLEGATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION FOR PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY 35. As discussed above, NPC and TMI cannot supply ANECO’s current total power requirements. In fact, NPC has reduced its power supply commitment to ANECO. NPC is likewise prohibited from investing in power generating facilities. Further, NPC’s Energy Conversion Agreements with Western Mindanao Power Corporation and Southern Philippines Power Corporation are set to expire soon in 2016. Moreover, even with supply from APC, ANECO’s power supply will still be insufficient to meet its total power requirements.

By: (sgd.) SUNDY LORENCE C. LACHICA PTR No. 7551402; 1/10/12; Pasig City IBP No. 883070; 1/10/12; Makati MCLE Compliance No. IV-0007955; 9/18/12 Roll No. 51017

36. In addition, ANECO’s power demand is steadily increasing.

(sgd.) CHRISTIENE SALVE A. DEMAISIP PTR No. 7551401; 1/10/12; Pasig City IBP No. 883071; 1/10/12; Rizal MCLE Compliance No. III-0010836; 03/30/10 Roll No. 54475

37. Thus, given the reduction in its power supply and its steadily increasing power requirements, it is imperative that ANECO contracts for additional power. Otherwise, ANECO would not have sufficient power supply to the detriment, not only to ANECO’s customers, but to local businesses as well. 38. This scenario renders the provisional approval of the instant Application warranted. As this Honorable Commission is aware, it takes years to undertake the financing, construction, installation and operation of a power plant. Hence, the provisional approval of the instant Application

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